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I heard it in Pattaya movies a lot and I assume it has a number of meanings and can be used in various ways but what are they ??


Thanks in advance

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Usually is added to a sentence by a female to make it polite (short tone falling)

Or to make it a polite question by female (short tone rising)

Long tone falling, it means the verb "to kill", maybe that's what you hear in violent Thai movies

Long rising tone means Leg

Chasing girls can be expensive

But it's more expensive if you catch one

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I think they also use it as a form of recognition -- "heard and understood you":

"Then go right when you come to the great pink Elephant, you know the one off booze hill?"


"Then when you've reached Soi Hooker, turn left at Joe's Slop House."


"I'm on the side that's always lost

against the side of heaven.

I'm on the side of snake eyes tossed

against the side of seven."

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