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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    Seems she has a good brain
    Then what the fuck is she doing with you??

    Are you also going to insist that she speak flawless unaccented English while you can't even read Thai.

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    Please identify this Thai script for me.-science-jpg

    I believe that creamy coloured word, in the blue square, second bottom, is "pollis..." or maybe "porri.....".

    I just can't see the last few Thai characters clearly,

    I wouldn't like to guess.

    Possibly;
    home economics - "polish",
    police studies -"police",
    or even ENH (English Naval History) - "porridge", Use of, during 16th century naval battles (Mediterranean.)
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Please identify this Thai script for me.-science-jpg  
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    I believe that creamy coloured word, in the blue square, second bottom, is "pollis..." or maybe "porri.....".

    I just can't see the last few Thai characters clearly,

    I wouldn't like to guess.
    if you cant even see the characters then why even comment, so stfu with your silly guesswork.

    its actually 2 words, the first is "ploy" and the second, with only 2 letters visible could well be "wang". the two words are often used together.

    ploy means, among many other things as it all depends on the context in which the word is used, to release or let go. the second word, means to put something down, as in to leave something on a table or in a drawer.

    if used in a "religious" context it probably means to free the mind, to let go, as in when one abolishes all extraneous and troubling thoughts so as to be able to meditate.

    luigi in an earlier post, claims to have seen the word for "toilet", where exactly is it? i dont see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    the second word, means to put something down
    a turd in the toilet..

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    luigi in an earlier post, claims to have seen the word for "toilet", where exactly is it? i dont see it.
    Neither do I nor does my wife.
    She says it seems to be Issan dialect and all to do with Budhisty things.

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    it has the look of a board where people write their spatter on to show how thoughtful they are

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    ^

    a lot like your posts then.

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    It's like the board work of a brainstorming session on what constitutes "good people" or a "good person" (คนดี).

    Different hand-writing indicates different people have contributed to it.

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    ^ So, it looks like she's asking her students to collate a checklist for her for a potential new boyfriend.



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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    it has the look of a board where people write their spatter on to show how thoughtful they are
    A bit like this forum, eh ? Only some people here are thoughtful in seriously damaged ways.

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    Possibly copies of her body tattoos. Thais seem to like a religious theme, rather than wester adds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    A bit like this forum, eh ? Only some people here are thoughtful in seriously damaged ways.
    Those that point out what a churlish, hypocritical, petty and small 'man' you are, aye Prancer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    My potential new girlfriend is about 40.

    Seems she has a good brain. That'll be a change from the old model.



    All well and good, but does she have a peachy butt?

    Any yoga pics yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    My potential new girlfriend is about 40.

    Seems she has a good brain. That'll be a change from the old model.

    How'd that work out? Did she object to your pollit chucking ways?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    How'd that work out? Did she object to your pollit chucking ways?
    She dumped the old fart..

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    Storm in a teacup, quite literally. It’s a menu board from that infamous, fictional TD restaurant in mai arse.
    Make it up as you go along, with suggestions from wayward punters.
    All helful dating suggestions for the miserable old duffer that is LD.
    Chucking porridge, or flinging shit is unlikely to encourage good karma.

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    Here’s one for you gents and others -
    This is a box designed to look old but isn’t. I think
    So what’s the script ?
    Please identify this Thai script for me.-46502a94-9b4f-4f74-8f8f-b116d8a59e00-jpgPlease identify this Thai script for me.-69efecda-4a09-469b-b552-85f7d310cf23-jpegPlease identify this Thai script for me.-0c5d5473-179f-4ded-a107-03297019b85f-jpegPlease identify this Thai script for me.-c5899ee1-89a2-4c2f-ace4-a21d05539dd4-jpegPlease identify this Thai script for me.-cdc14f99-c4b4-4df5-8329-54cb1182903b-jpegPlease identify this Thai script for me.-d3f084a9-8fc7-4618-b062-8127aa219260-jpegPlease identify this Thai script for me.-a406d0e0-119e-4402-b43f-223493b42461-jpeg
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    Quote Originally Posted by docmartin View Post
    what’s the script ?
    Reminds me of khmer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    fictional TD restaurant in mai arse.
    FICTIONAL!!!

    I have frequented the establishment many times and can concur without a doubt of a shadowing Thomas that Mai Arse does in fact exist.

    In fact it does not solely EXIST, it's a rocking and a rolling 24/7 and always offers a warm welcome to TD members.

    It's happy hour now with Hong Thong shots on the go, that flash twat Dillinger just rang the bell...twice!

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    It's a Burmese script (I learnt to read this script while living over there). However, that doesn't mean that it is Burmese (Myanmarsa) language. It could be Mon, which I think also uses Burmese script.

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    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43 View Post
    It's a Burmese script
    ?

    Is that Burmese script extremely similar to Thai, more so than Burmese?

    I've just flicked through them and I'm reading them in Thai (mainly talking about flowers, the ones that are legible.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    ?

    Is that Burmese script extremely similar to Thai, more so than Burmese?

    I've just flicked through them and I'm reading them in Thai (mainly talking about flowers, the ones that are legible.)
    Hmm, I studied for an MA in Thai at Chula - can't say I noticed any Thai script in those pictures. Maybe my eyes are getting bad! Can you point out which photo is talking about flowers using Thai script? Thanks.

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    I have been intrigued by Burmese script for over 40 years. Mainly because of the way it seems to be circles.

    This is Burmese.



    It looks like nothing on the blackboard..

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    ^ They are talking about the script in the photos of post #42 by docmartin, ao, not the OP pics.




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