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猴子偷桃 is a martial arts term that I find hilarious. I thought Stephen Chow had just made this up for his Monkey King movie. After some research, it turns out to be real.
This can be translated as "monkey stealing peaches" or "monkey steals the peach." It refers to distracting an opponent with one hand and seizing his testicles with the other.
In colloquial Chinese speech, this can refer to grabbing somebody by the balls (without any martial arts technique to the grabbing).
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|Title||Characters||Various forms of Romanized Chinese|
|Monkey Stealing Peaches||猴子偷桃||hóu tōu táo|
hou2 zi5 tou1 tao2
hou zi tou tao
|hou tzu t`ou t`ao
hou tzu tou tao
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