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Country Speak

Postby taabarang » Thu Dec 29, 2016 11:09 am

Haven't posted here in a long time. Today I happened to hear an off-color one from Maiyieh nonetheless. She was complaining about one of her granddaughters and said that the pig headed girl " mian khdoui reung doach daik ". She had a pussy hard as metal. If you feel uncomfortable using this you can also say "kbal reung",or "reung doach daik. Your choice reflects your level of anger. They all indicate an unreasonable degree of stubbornness.

While on the subject of reung, I want to mention in case there is no one who knows"kdaw reung" means"hardon.". But you knew already.


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Re: Country Speak

Postby General Mackevili » Thu Dec 29, 2016 11:58 am

Not even the noon yet and I've learned a lot today.


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Re: Country Speak

Postby Barang_doa_slae » Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:26 pm

I use some of these regularly.
also works to describe an hardon


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Re: Country Speak

Postby OKW » Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:39 pm

daik and dyke , very similar. Sounds good to me.


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Re: Country Speak

Postby Luigi » Thu Dec 29, 2016 6:47 pm

taabarang wrote;

''She had a pussy hard as metal.

I'm unsure if that is a simile or metaphor but most elegant it is.
Thank you or thank you Maiyieh.
It could be used in an allegorical context as well. Fukin beautiful!


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Re: Country Speak

Postby thelost » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:39 am

I have to laugh at this.

I remember my dad told me a story that there was a man whose daughter died young, he was in the car with my dad and other ladies, on the way to the funeral place.
It was a sombre moment then the lady was just talking random. She said that her son was so infatuated with his girlfriend that it appears that her vagina has swallowed him up completely. The man could not stop laughing all the way to the funeral. They were speaking in Khmer. The Indian man who was in the car with them, look bewildered and confused as to why they are laughing in tears and it was supposed to be a sad sombre moment. He doesn't know Khmer.


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Re: Country Speak

Postby thelost » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:41 am

I guess maybe the Khmers in the provinces tend to speak with sexual innuendos for fun. Not the people in Phnom Penh, they're too....uppity and sensitive but they're strange because they can be crazy sometimes.



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