Well folks, this morning at roughly 9am I saw a tiny bug inside my iPod touch. Yes. I decided to try to open the screen up to remove the little guy however managed to break my device in the process. Needless to say, by lunchtime I had already bought myself a new iPod touch and that is what reminded me of this idiom.
It’s hard to think of a definitive translation in English, but basically it’s used to refer something that your hands can’t part with, because you love it so much.
jiù de ipod huàidiào zhīhòu ，wǒ fāxiàn wǒ duì tā àibúshìshǒu
After I broke my old ipod, I realised I couldn’t live without it.
wǒ duì wǒ de diànzǐqín àibúshìshǒu
I can’t put my keyboard down.