What does “yyds” mean for young Chinese people?

It’s an abbreviation – yyds – of 永远的神(yong yuan de shen). The words in bracket is ‘pinyin’. Chinese monosyllabic pronunciations can be rendered in Roman letters using a system called pinyin.

“yyds,” the pinyin abbreviation of Chinese “永远的神,” is originated from . eSports player Shiny Ruo when he shouted out “Uzi, 永远的神!” to his idol Uzi, a retired League of Legends player.

Maybe it’s just like ‘G.O.A.T.’ in English.

G.O.A.T. =Greatest Of All Time

Eg.“I think LeBron James is the greatest all-around basketball player ever. To me, James is a GOAT.”

= ’James, yyds!’

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