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what do these say,thankyou in adance


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The big one with the clock is  ที่เปลี่ยนไปคือ  "เวลา"  แต่ที่เปลี่ยนทุกเวลาคือ  "ใจคน"

 

He who transforms himself will be  "time"  But he who changes all the time will be JaiKon

 

not sure what JaiKon is

Chasing girls can be expensive

But it's more expensive if you catch one

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The 1st one says: If you know how to wait, then you know enough (รู้จักรอ รู้จักพอ)

 

Loong already got the 2nd one, my take on it:

What changes is "time"

But what changes all the time is "people's hearts/minds"

ขออภัยในความไม่สะดวก กูเกิลทรานสเลทไม่สามารถแปลข้อมูลนี้ได้ 

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The 1st one says: If you know how to wait, then you know enough (รู้จักรอ รู้จักพอ)

 

Loong already got the 2nd one, my take on it:

What changes is "time"

But what changes all the time is "people's hearts/minds"

You're much better than I am Slick :)

Those first 2 pictures, I just could not figure out what looks like backward f's were. I often have problems with different fonts.

 

I was thinking more of "whom" for ที่, that's why it didn't seem to make much sense.

I thought that JaiKon was a product brand and that this was an advert with some sort of wordplay.

Chasing girls can be expensive

But it's more expensive if you catch one

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Yeah, I have a couple of Thai friends on facebook who regularly post these kinds of pics, so I get lots of practice :D

 

The different fonts can be a bit of a headache, but if you know what to look for and practice a bit then it's not too difficult.

 

Maybe you already know these, but here are a couple of tips to practice:

 

Thai-language.com has a page full of examples of different fonts, so you can compare them and see the differences. This one I think resembles the font in the pic the best:

http://www.thai-language.com/ref/typographical-styles?page=7

 

Also, if you have the digital version of Benjawan Beckers dictionary (on your iPhone or Android for instance), you can choose between different fonts as well. It will change the Thai font throughout the dictionary so you can pick one you find difficult and use it for a while until you're comfortable with reading it.

 

There is also a paper written about this by Doug Cooper, titled "How do Thais tell letters apart". It has lots of examples and for an academic paper it's fairly easy to follow, you can download it as a zipfile here if you're interested:

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/richard.wordingham/thai/tellthai_preface.htm

 

โชคดีนะครับ :)

ขออภัยในความไม่สะดวก กูเกิลทรานสเลทไม่สามารถแปลข้อมูลนี้ได้ 

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