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è‰²æƒ… is the Chinese for pornography, the internet regulator confirmed last night.
As Icann approved plans for millions of Chinese web addresses, officials released a list of key internet words and phrases to calm anxious Western users who were worried they might miss out on something weird or fruity.
Top of the list was å¥³å©çš„å¥³å© ('girl on girl') while experts warned internet users not to confuse çƒçš„ä¹è¶£ ('hot fun') with å…¬é¸¡ä¹è¶£ ('cock fun') unless they secretly want to.
Old-fashioned surfers should add æžå¤§çš„æ°´ç½ ('enormous jugs') to their search history, while daisy chain enthusiasts should look out for é›èŠé“¾çŽ¯. And according to Icann, åå‘è·è˜æ±½èˆ¹ is Chinese for 'reverse Dutch steamboat'.
Meanwhile fans of zoology have been advised to look out for ä¹˜é©¾å®ƒå–œæ¬¢ä¸€å¤´ç”µå…¬ç‰› ('ride it like an electric bull') while å±±ç¾Š will get you page after page of naked goats.
Aside from oriental sex images other key phrases include è“è‰²è¯ç‰‡ ('blue pills') ä¸–ç•Œè´¸æ˜“ä¸å¿ƒé˜´è°‹ ('World Trade Centre conspiracy') and å›½é™…çŠ¹å¤ªå¤å›½ä¸»ä¹‰ ('international Zionism').
Icann said è®Šå£“å™¨ ('Transformers') will be useful not only for children but for anyone searching desperately for photoshoppped pictures of Megan Fox (Megan ç‹ç‹¸).
Selected others include å¤§å¼ºåç¢°æ’ž ('large hadron collider'), æ¯å½¢è›‹ç³• ('cupcakes') and å¼¹é’¢ç´çš„è²“ ('a cat playing the piano').