“求生欲” literally means “survival instinct,” and “很强” means “very strong.” This saying, which first caught on among Chinese netizens last year, is used jokingly when a person comes up with a perfect and clever answer to a tough question posed by their partner, spouse, in-law, interviewee or boss in different scenarios. It’s most often used on men who are afraid of upsetting or annoying their girlfriends or wives.
Méi kàn chūlái nǐ yě nàme ài zìpāi。
I didn’t know you too like to take selfies.
Wǒ zhèshì pāi zhāng zhàopiàn xiàng lǎopó dàrén huìbào jīntiān de fànjú。
I just took a picture of today’s banquet to send to my wife (so that she knows why I’m late).
Qiúshēngyù hěnqiáng a。
You do have a strong survival instinct. (You are trying very hard not to upset your wife.)