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For anyone trying to learn Thai, you may have noticed that it is one hilariously specific language, with idioms appropriate for almost all situations. Hence, here we are with a list of Thai expressions and slangs that will not only spice up your vocabulary and help you to better communicate with locals, but are also guaranteed to help you understand Thai culture a little better. Only used in texting — the funnier something is, the more fives you can type.
Girl 1: I just got caught taking a picture of a hot guy on the train. Girl 2: Lol, how? Girl 1: My flash was on… Girl 2: poor you. A: Hey, guess what! B: What?
A: I just got to talk to my crush, fin maak. Image credit: Sista Cafe. B: Saaatu! A: How does this papaya salad taste? B: Zab lai! Very delicious or spicy! Girl 1: Hey, how do I look in this outfit? Girl 2: Zab maak kaa! Girl, you look hot! Image credit: thanyarita. For example, ing a funny picture of you and your friends, or even entering a competition just for fun. You up?
A: Come on, kam kam. However, the word can also be used in a lighthearted way. This generation seems to have created a whole new set of terms that capture their values.
Here are a couple of new expressions used among Thai teens and younger adults that make communication more creative than it has ever been. Although you can use it with anything that you find cute, like chubby animals, the best person to use this with is no one other than your bae who deserves that extra affection. Pro-tip: We Thais like to drag the last consonant of a word out.
A: Hi, I just want to tell you that Jungkook is my new boyfriend. B: Jungkook from BTS? A: Yes. B: Lol. I think you mean boyfriend tip. In short, kang is just the hip version of tom toon. A: What? I thought the meeting was at 9AM. C told me that. A: Lol. You just don kang man. Sud pang has become popular ever since it was featured in a song by a famous Thai female rapper called MILLI released just last year in August. An IG post of a dance video teaser. Image credit: beamhoneyb. B: Yeah! It was so pang! Enjoying The Smart Local Thailand?
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