The Chinese language is filled with wonderful slang, colloquialisms, curses, and vulgarisms. But be careful what you say. Although this glossary may seem relatively innocent, the wrong word in the wrong place can cause a lot of trouble. You are best off listening out for these words before you start using them yourself. And make sure you get the tones right, or you may end up saying something entirely different.
[gēn bānr] n. minion; lackey; follower
[gēn bāo] n. minion; lackey; follower
[gi-gi] n. boy; guy; brother (n.b.: used in online chat; from the Chinese 哥哥).
[gŏu] n. bastard; asshole (general term of abuse)
[gŏu zá zhong] n. bastard; son of a bitch; mongrel; mutt (lit.: mixed-breed dog)
[gŏurìde] n. motherfucker