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Moyes - pubic hair !


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Story in the papers yesterday here in London saying that Premiership soccer manager David Moyes surname translates in Thai to mean 'pubic hair'

Is this correct ?

 

P.s if your not familiar with the EPL. David Moyes is the new manager of Manchesters second biggest club

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Yes , pubic hair in Thai sounds like "Moi"

 

More singular sounding than Moyes , but David Moyes is a cunt regardless.

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Yes , pubic hair in Thai sounds like "Moi"

 

More singular sounding than Moyes , but David Moyes is a cunt regardless.

Reading some of the replies on PA makes me wonder what sort of upbringing they have been subjected to earlier in their sweet lives :Think1:

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Reading some of the replies on PA makes me wonder what sort of upbringing they have been subjected to earlier in their sweet lives :Think1:

Totally agree.

 

At least his user name and avatar is in good taste. Ahem! From the pose, he must enjoy the odour of methane. I wanted to say f...t..g, but that would have been rude!!

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Totally agree.

 

At least his user name and avatar is in good taste. Ahem! From the pose, he must enjoy the odour of methane. I wanted to say f...t..g, but that would have been rude!!

 

Perhaps I,m being a bit harsh BobbyTits may be his illegitimate son and thats why he he came out with this comment :Think1:

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Perhaps I,m being a bit harsh BobbyTits may be his illegitimate son and thats why he he came out with this comment :Think1:

Can a cnut father a child? He must be the original clever cnut!

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There you go!

That is my Thai word for today....thanks for the lesson. :)

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There you go!

That is my Thai word for today....thanks for the lesson. :)

It's a rising tone remember. There doesn't seem to be the same sounding word in other tones, so no problem if you get it wrong! Quite unlike some other words!!

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It's a rising tone remember. There doesn't seem to be the same sounding word in other tones, so no problem if you get it wrong! Quite unlike some other words!!

Well there is moy thai, the boxing, and if you don't pronounce that correctly you could be talking about thai pubic hair. There's also a nickname Moy which is sometimes given to young girls, I think it's more common among thai-chinese.

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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Well there is moy thai, the boxing, and if you don't pronounce that correctly you could be talking about thai pubic hair. There's also a nickname Moy which is sometimes given to young girls, I think it's more common among thai-chinese.

No, Bloke.

Khun mi Moi Mai?

Do you have pubic hair?

Pronounce Moi and Mai with a rising tone, like a question with both, accentuated.

Have become proficient in this, myself, as I hunt the needle in the haystack of hairy pussy in Patts.

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The Muay as in Thai boxing is pronounced moo-ay. Quite unlike moi (pubic hair), in fact.

 

I did not know of the Thai nickname Moy, which is interesting. Very few Thai/Chinese are known to me. Probably not too many in P4P perhaps.

Well there is moy thai, the boxing, and if you don't pronounce that correctly you could be talking about thai pubic hair. There's also a nickname Moy which is sometimes given to young girls, I think it's more common among thai-chinese.

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There's also a nickname Moy which is sometimes given to young girls, I think it's more common among thai-chinese.

That one is probably หมวย /muai/ (with a rising tone, instead of muai with a mid tone, which means boxing)

It is the Thai-Chinese word for น้อง /nong/, which means younger sister.

 

As for หมอย /moi/, it's a bit of a rough word so use it with caution with anyone but the hardcore pros :D

ขออภัยในความไม่สะดวก กูเกิลทรานสเลทไม่สามารถแปลข้อมูลนี้ได้ 

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No, Bloke.

Khun mi Moi Mai?

Do you have pubic hair?

Pronounce Moi and Mai with a rising tone, like a question with both, accentuated.

Have become proficient in this, myself, as I hunt the needle in the haystack of hairy pussy in Patts.

 

The Muay as in Thai boxing is pronounced moo-ay. Quite unlike moi (pubic hair), in fact.

 

I did not know of the Thai nickname Moy, which is interesting. Very few Thai/Chinese are known to me. Probably not too many in P4P perhaps.

Regardless of what you say I have, on many occasions, seen Thais break into fits of laughter when they heard farang talk about Thai boxing because they have mispronounced "Muay" and were in fact (to Thai ears) discussing Thai pubic hair. Ditto the girls name. Very few farang can pronounce this correctly and invariably end up calling the girl "pubes" instead.

 

I'm not saying these words are identical in tone or spelling or pronunciation, only that they can be easily mispronounced with hilarious results.

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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Everyone agrees tones are difficult for non-tonal language speakers. Both dialects of Chinese are extreme cases in point.

 

In Muay Thai however, both words are mid tones, whereas moi ( pubic hair), is a rising tone.

 

A Thai speaking dictionary is a good investment, both on laptops and smart phones.

 

Just to illustrate how difficult tones can be, get a Thai to say, “new wood burns quickly, doesn't it”? This involves using the word 'mai', 5 times, using all 5 tones. I have been attempting to do this correctly for over 25 years and still failing!!

 

Cheers.

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Everyone agrees tones are difficult for non-tonal language speakers. Both dialects of Chinese are extreme cases in point.

 

In Muay Thai however, both words are mid tones, whereas moi ( pubic hair), is a rising tone.

 

A Thai speaking dictionary is a good investment, both on laptops and smart phones.

 

Just to illustrate how difficult tones can be, get a Thai to say, “new wood burns quickly, doesn't it”? This involves using the word 'mai', 5 times, using all 5 tones. I have been attempting to do this correctly for over 25 years and still failing!!

 

Cheers.

 

What is the Thai word for quickly in “new wood burns quickly, doesn't it”  ? I don't know of one that sounds like mai

 

The one that I know is "New wood doesn't burn - does it?"

 

ไม้ ใหม่ ไม่ ไหม้ ไหม

máai · mài · mâi · mâi · măi

Chasing girls can be expensive

But it's more expensive if you catch one

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You are quite correct. The word 'quickly' was included in error.

 

Sorry. (The word for quick or quickly is, or sounds like, 'ray-o').

 

I am on my laptop by the way, which is not enabled for Thai script. English/Thai keyboards on laptops are too small for my eyes these days I'm afraid. The desktop gets used so rarely now. It is located in the bedroom and the lounge armchair holds greater charms!

 

Cheers.

 

John

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You are quite correct. The word 'quickly' was included in error.

 

Sorry. (The word for quick or quickly is, or sounds like, 'ray-o').

 

I am on my laptop by the way, which is not enabled for Thai script. English/Thai keyboards on laptops are too small for my eyes these days I'm afraid. The desktop gets used so rarely now. It is located in the bedroom and the lounge armchair holds greater charms!

 

Cheers.

 

John

I don't type often enough in Thai to be so good. And wear or dirt on my keyboard can make it difficult to find the less common characters.

 

I tend to use this

http://typeinthai.com/

and then copy and paste.

 

Much easier to see than on my keyboard, only problem is that it doesn't always load properly

Chasing girls can be expensive

But it's more expensive if you catch one

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ไม้ ใหม่ ไม่ ไหม้ ไหม

máai · mài · mâi · mâi · măi

 

 

Nice one Loong !

 

 

reminds me of

 

ใคร  ขาย  ไข่  ไก่

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I don't type often enough in Thai to be so good. And wear or dirt on my keyboard can make it difficult to find the less common characters.

 

I tend to use this

http://typeinthai.com/

and then copy and paste.

 

Much easier to see than on my keyboard, only problem is that it doesn't always load properly

Thanks a lot for the link. I will try it out on the laptop. If it enables the 'tone symbols', in the English script, that will be great. It seems to, from your above post. They don't appear to be present , at the moment, on this keyboard.

 

I have considered installing a new actual keyboard on the laptop I am at present using as it only a 'click-in' job. It is a Dell, and they are readily available from the USA. The problem however is that they are English/American/Thai layouts, and not English/UK/Thai. That means that familiar keys, e.g. £ and @ are in different positions as are some other keys.

 

The link you have kindly provided will be a much better route.

 

Thanks once again.

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Nice one Loong !

 

 

reminds me of

 

ใคร  ขาย  ไข่  ไก่

Can you see a bear?

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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Can you see a bear?

Who sells chicken's eggs

Chasing girls can be expensive

But it's more expensive if you catch one

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And as the thread disappears into the Twilight Zone...

Do you Guys like David Moyes..........Or Pubic Hair?

I know what I like.

Lickin' and Flossin'

 

Khun Mi moi Mai?

Mi?

Ok, Phom chop Moi, pai duay!

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Who sells chicken's eggs

7 yachts

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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And as the thread disappears into the Twilight Zone...

Do you Guys like David Moyes..........Or Pubic Hair?

I know what I like.

Lickin' and Flossin'

 

Khun Mi moi Mai?

Mi?

Ok, Phom chop Moi, pai duay!

it's better to say moi jim.

 

Nu ja mi moi jim mai

Mi ka

Hi chim noi dai mai

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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