老腊肉 lǎolàròu

Since: ?

Origin: China

Meaning: Old man who’s a talented actor, or extremely charming with an intense gaze.

The old man version of 小鲜肉 ( xiǎoxiánròu) it’s 老腊肉 (lǎolàròu). This word is made up of:

老 lǎo, meaning old

腊肉 làròu meaning cured meat

They’re fascinating old men who love attention, attract interest and being under the spotlight. They love beautiful women, but prefer to look at women’s legs and hips. They smile, but not too much, just a little movement of the corner of their mouth. They don’t really like romantic music but love to flatter women. They pay particular attention to their clothing, prefer tailored suits and expensive and refined shoes, watches and cars.

laolarou-老腊肉

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Related words: 小萝莉, 小鲜肉

In Use: “以前的小鲜肉变成现在的老腊肉” ( those who were young and pretty became the old and fascinating men of today)

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