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Cursing In Thai Versus In American Gangsta Language: Slang Usage In Rattawut Lapcharoensap’s ‘Sightseeing’ – OpEd

Eurasia Review Monday, 15 October 2018
Cursing In Thai Versus In American Gangsta Language: Slang Usage In Rattawut Lapcharoensap’s ‘Sightseeing’ – OpEdBULLSHIT!!

TAHI LEMBU !!! *cowdung in Malay

Yes, that was the translation in a 1976 movie I saw in Kuantan, Malaysia when I was a young boy. One of the characters was accusing the other of lying about the whereabouts of the grizzly bear I recall.  And he was angry and cursed. I thought that was strong language, that kids...
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