小编摘要：T-M-I is an abbreviation for "Too Much Information.PDQ stands for "Pretty Darn Quick." You came back from the restroom very quickly, you were PDQ!
LL: Oh, Li Hua, that is really TMI. I'm sorry you had to go to the doctor, but I really don't want to hear all about your infected toenail!
LH: 你不想知道医生是怎么帮我处理那个发炎的脚趾甲的吗？TMI? 什么是TMI呀？
LL: T-M-I is an abbreviation for "Too Much Information." I think you were giving me too much information about your doctor's appointment.
LH: 我知道TMI是too much information的缩写，但我还是不明白，你为什么对我看医生漠不关心呢？
LL: Well, you were telling me very specific details about your trip to the doctor, like how he had to cut away part of your toenail, and I thought you gave me too much information. TMI!
LL: (Urgently) Please, Li Hua, that really is TMI! Generally, Americans don't like to talk about the specifics of personal matters like a doctor's visit, especially when the details are disgusting!
LL: That's right. But you should also not give too much information about your personal relationships.
LH: 我有个朋友叫Sharon，她最喜欢给我讲她跟自己男朋友交往的细节。我也觉得那些都是 TMI 。
LL: How so?
LL: That is definitely TMI. You probably really don't want to know how Sharon's boyfriend kisses.
LL: Well, now you do! The next time Sharon goes on and on about her boyfriend you can just say, "Please, Sharon, TMI!"
LH: 我下次一定试试。对不起，Larry, 我得赶紧找个厕所。我刚才喝了一大瓶水。憋死我了。
LL: (Urgently) Li Hua, that is another excellent example of TMI!
LL: You are back, Li Hua. That was PDQ!
LH: 你刚才说TMI "too much information", 现在又说PDQ, PDQ是什么意思啊？
LL: PDQ stands for "Pretty Darn Quick." You came back from the restroom very quickly, you were PDQ!
LL: Say, Li Hua, I am getting very hungry. Aren't you? Let's stop chatting and find a place to eat PDQ.
LL: That's a good idea! The sandwiches are really good and they make them PDQ, which is good because I should really get back to work.
LH: 对呀，他们那里的三明治又好吃又不用等。Larry, 你下午干脆别上班了，我们好好吃一顿，然后去公园。这么好的天气，待在办公室里可惜了！
LL: I wish I could, Li Hua, but I really can't. My boss assigned me a project this morning, and he really wants me to finish it PDQ.
LH: 那好吧，既然你要赶项目，那我们就快吃，你好get back to work PDQ.
LL: What about you, Li Hua? Do you have a relaxing afternoon planned?
LL: Well, it sounds like we both have things to do this afternoon. Here's the sandwich place. Oh, No! It doesn't look like our lunch is going to PDQ after all.
LL: Well, it doesn't look like the service will be PDQ today. They must be short-handed.
LL: And then we'll need to eat them PDQ, too!
今天李华学到了两个常用语。一个是TMI，意思是别人并不想知道的事。另一个是 PDQ, 意思是非常快。