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Someone wrote this to a friend of mine. Can someone please translate it?

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  • looks like 你是我的嘘声 although 4th and 5th characters appear too much split in two (like first one) 嘘声 xū shēng hissing sound to hiss (as a sign of displeasure) xūshēng 1) hissing; hooting; catcall 2) hushing sound – user6065 May 17 '17 at 17:02
  • Can you please rewrite your title, so that it doesn't seem so clickbait-y? I understand you want someone to translate this, but please don't do this in the future - it's only an eye-sore. – Qwerp-Derp May 22 '17 at 8:51
  • For future readers, please see How do I self-answer “What does this say?” – Becky 李蓓 Feb 24 at 5:53
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It means :

You are my hiss.

The characters on the strip of paper don't look like a native speaker's work. Normally even foreigners will attain some ease in pencilling out frequent characters like 我。 I therefore assume a foreigner with very little practice wrote this and possibly confused some characters.

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