Dead Cambodian Man Shows up at His Own Funeral

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Re: Dead Cambodian Man Shows up at His Own Funeral

Postby Garry.Crabtree » Tue Jun 03, 2014 7:50 pm

The suit I've chosen for my own funeral is a secret.

Don't worry, I'll take it to my grave.
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Re: Dead Cambodian Man Shows up at His Own Funeral

Postby vladimir » Wed Jun 04, 2014 5:50 am

When lechers die, do they take the bodies to the crematwhorium?
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Re: Dead Cambodian Man Shows up at His Own Funeral

Postby taabarang » Wed Jun 04, 2014 7:14 am

Gary Crabtree wrote, "The “Sabour” disease symptoms are intense weight loss and a rather pale complexion. Just like the poor guy hich the photo.
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Sorry those symptoms are exactly that. That could encompass a lot of diseases,
malnutrition or drug abuse for example. I talked with the village nurse who said that Cambodians call it a disease, but in fact it is NOT. As I stated previously "sabour" is translated by hereditary in a medical context and is used with other diseases are genetically transmitted; one example is sabour jah vong veng or Alzheimer's Disease.
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Re: Dead Cambodian Man Shows up at His Own Funeral

Postby StroppyChops » Wed Jun 04, 2014 1:07 pm

vladimir wrote:When lechers die, do they take the bodies to the crematwhorium?
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