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    I think we've gone full circle and headed in to another lap.

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    How many laps in this Grand Prix?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pescator
    banyaa orn: weak minded person
    That's a polite definition, retard / retarded is a better translation.

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    [QUOTE=pescator;1776696]
    Quote Originally Posted by yortyiam View Post
    To describe someone as stupid
    Or like my nephew likes to say:

    Samong kee ruay. Brain rich with shit.
    Are you sure he doesn't mean 'sawdust for brains'? It's a common Thai expression and confusing l and r is nothing new.

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    ^ ขี้เลื่อย .. You're right.

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    [quote=Shy Guava;1792365]
    Quote Originally Posted by pescator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by yortyiam View Post
    To describe someone as stupid
    Or like my nephew likes to say:

    Samong kee ruay. Brain rich with shit.
    Are you sure he doesn't mean 'sawdust for brains'? It's a common Thai expression and confusing l and r is nothing new.
    I stand corrected, Sir.
    Of that I am sure. And I thank you for the correction by the way.
    And there goes my credibility....

    Needless to say that I now hate you, same goes for keekwai by the way

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    What ever you do don't call a Thai a Monitor lizard, you will be dead

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    ^ Amazing!


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    My wife uses the E alot at the begining of peoples names, i wounder what i do so much to upset her lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by expattaffy View Post
    What ever you do don't call a Thai a Monitor lizard, you will be dead
    Will A thai actually know what a "monitor Lizard" is when spoken in english ?

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    He men

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by expattaffy View Post
    What ever you do don't call a Thai a Monitor lizard, you will be dead
    Will A thai actually know what a "monitor Lizard" is when spoken in english ?
    All my 10 y.o students do.

    One day I asked them to liken each other to animals. "Chai is an elephant", "Lek is a rabbit" etc.

    Needless to say there were a couple of "lizards" ... accompanied with giggles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok
    He men
    Hee ngao

    Hee boodt.

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    My youngest daughter is called Olivia which has been shortened by the local peasants to i-veer.

    Most perturbing...

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    I've given up being perturbed by what the local peasants think and/or do.

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    Can anyone give me a rough translation of "E yet"? I'm aware of the derogatory prefix "E", it's just the "yet" bit...

    I think, correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't "Yet Doot" mean "Fuck arse"? So does "E yet" basically mean "Fucking fucker"?

    Edit; Also, isn't there a Thai phrase for "doggystyle" which directly translated means "Deer looking over it's shoulder"? Sure I read that somewhere, but can't remember the Thai phrase.

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    ^
    Yet means fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
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    Yet means fuck.
    Hmmm.... so if a local woman asks us during sex

    " Are you going to cum ? "

    And we reply in English

    " Not yet "

    You couldn't blame them for getting confused.

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    lovely thread. i tried a few on the gf and had her rolling onj the bed laughing hysterically.

    she wanted to know how i knew.

    told her "yet doot" and i wil tell her.

    she laughed until she cried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by expattaffy
    What ever you do don't call a Thai a Monitor lizard, you will be dead
    naw. context and relationship are all important.

    and patrick is being more than a bit school marmish, imo.

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    if you talk with a funny accent, english type, and say something with the word 'here' in, they will kind of get the feeling that your calling them a lizard but wont be quite sure eg: ' im standing a here' 'i come a here from pattaya' etc

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    Where are you?
    I here.

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    ^ you got it mate

    to get yourself out of a tricky situation, whilst dropping the last word and insult try theis one

    'im going over a here for a beer to calm down,i wont come in a here again'

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    Stop shouting. I hear ya!

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    Do you know?
    I know. (works best with blocked sinuses)

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