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Does anyone know if Changers is slang for Chiang Mai

Reply much appreciated

I HATE the terms "Changers" and "Bangers" and "Patters". Sounds like something a real lowlife would come up with.

What is wrong with their Thai names? :o

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Hi

Does anyone know if Changers is slang for Chiang Mai

Reply much appreciated

I HATE the terms "Changers" and "Bangers" and "Patters". Sounds like something a real lowlife would come up with.

What is wrong with their Thai names? :o

The fact that they get completely mangled in most foreigners' pronunciation? :D

I'm na pop down ter Geckers, aiight? :D

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not sure , but does anybody know the slang for phitsanulok , its been worrying me for ages now.

Following the format of the others, guess it must be Phitsers. :o

Changer definition:noun > one who only drinks Chang :D

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take the phits ??? who me ?

anyone know the slang for sawankhalok! :o

AAARGH, that place brings back bad memories!!!

I think anyone who needs punishing should have to go and stay in Sawankhalok for a week!!!

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Hi

Does anyone know if Changers is slang for Chiang Mai

Reply much appreciated

I HATE the terms "Changers" and "Bangers" and "Patters". Sounds like something a real lowlife would come up with.

What is wrong with their Thai names? :D

Exactly.

People who use terms like "changers" are pure and simply "simple master baters"

We had one not so long ago saying he was going to visit the "mai" !!

Just another "chok wow" :o

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The fact that they get completely mangled in most foreigners' pronunciation? :D

I'm na pop down ter Geckers, aiight? :D

Meadish, as the Moderator from Hades, do you ever feel compelled to delete your own posts? :o

Somebody's cruising for a bruising. :D

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The fact that they get completely mangled in most foreigners' pronunciation? :D

I'm na pop down ter Geckers, aiight? :D

Meadish, as the Moderator from Hades, do you ever feel compelled to delete your own posts? :o

Nonsense posts belong in nonsense threads. Ordnung, as ze Germans would say. :D

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The fact that they get completely mangled in most foreigners' pronunciation? :D

I'm na pop down ter Geckers, aiight? :D

Meadish, as the Moderator from Hades, do you ever feel compelled to delete your own posts? :D

Nonsense posts belong in nonsense threads. Ordnung, as ze Germans would say. :D

So why are these 3 posts still here? :o

I know what my excuse is. What about you?

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The fact that they get completely mangled in most foreigners' pronunciation? :D

I'm na pop down ter Geckers, aiight? :D

Meadish, as the Moderator from Hades, do you ever feel compelled to delete your own posts? :o

Somebody's cruising for a bruising. :D

or aiming for a flaming :D

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Hi

Does anyone know if Changers is slang for Chiang Mai

Reply much appreciated

It's British baby talk...I can't figure out if they talk that way just when they are sober, because that's not often enough to get a decent sample, or whether it's all the time.

An English family I stayed with used to have "pudds" after meals -- short for pudding, which we Americans would call dessert.

Have some pudds in Changers...sounds rather infantile. Perhaps it has to do with their early toilet training and the overall condition of British bathrooms.

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I never understood why some British people talk like this, I agree with jomama on the infantile comment. Just speak out the full name, it's not hard at all.

I know not all of you Brits talk like that, the majority that do are probally from Essex :o

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I never understood why some British people talk like this, I agree with jomama on the infantile comment. Just speak out the full name, it's not hard at all.

I know not all of you Brits talk like that, the majority that do are probally from Essex :D

Absol....spot on...No more baby babble...so in future ALL members will always use the correct FULL names when discussing places in LOS (oops ...sorry...Thaliland)...so lets start off a new year and get it right.....no more Bangers ...its......

Krungthep Maha Nakorn, Amarn Rattanakosindra, Mahindrayudhya, Mahadilokpop Noparatana Rajdhani Mahasathan, Amorn Piman Avatarn Satit, Sakkatultiya Vishnukarn Prasit......

GOT IT.....

otherwise... smakki bottie with clicky ba.... :o

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I HATE the terms "Changers" and "Bangers" and "Patters". Sounds like something a real lowlife would come up with.

Oh, I think they are much more like real middle-england, middle-class nick names.

Hi

Does anyone know if Changers is slang for Chiang Mai

Reply much appreciated

I HATE the terms "Changers" and "Bangers" and "Patters". Sounds like something a real lowlife would come up with.

What is wrong with their Thai names? :D

Exactly.

People who use terms like "changers" are pure and simply "simple master baters"

We had one not so long ago saying he was going to visit the "mai" !!

Just another "chok wow" :o

the mai! That is a good one. <deleted> is a mai anyway?

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