Is there a women's problem Fall, big smell, itchy, sugar. It's too or not?

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Re: Is there a women's problem Fall, big smell, itchy, sugar. It's too or not?

Post by Jerry Atrick » Sun Mar 10, 2019 1:51 pm

Another occasional user of this forum had this on her FB page the other day. She was also baffled both by the khemnglish and by why it was targeted to her in ad format.
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Re: Is there a women's problem Fall, big smell, itchy, sugar. It's too or not?

Post by Spigzy » Sun Mar 10, 2019 2:05 pm

IraHayes wrote:
Sun Mar 10, 2019 1:27 pm
Does “golden door” mean vagina?

If this is so... gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “getting into bad debt” !
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Re: Is there a women's problem Fall, big smell, itchy, sugar. It's too or not?

Post by Freightdog » Sun Mar 10, 2019 5:19 pm

As time goes on I regularly find myself either amused, frustrated, or irritated by trying to understand what the other half is trying to convey, dependant entirely upon time/urgency** of the situation.

If there is no urgency, the very flowery, often metaphorical language is quite amusing. GiggleTransmute clearly has difficulty translating this. Literal translations of Khmer simply won't work. When time is tight, and I need SWMBO to make a decision, beyond the 'up to you'* reply, I find frustration leads rapidly to irritated. Prolly cos I is getting to be a grumpy git!

A simple example of how literal translations can turn a 1 minute 'what to eat?' question into a marathon WTF type confusion...

Grill. As in cooking food on a grill

She means Grill
The Khmer seems to be Ko Laeng Phnom
Which apparently means 'cow go up mountain'
:please:

As to the OP. Given that you actually were optimistic about what you'd find in the Vulva article (only to be stopped in your tracks by Grandma's meat curtains (yup, me too)) I wonder if your choices of reading matter need a rethink? :wink:



*apparently, this is a very common name for a child, given that when I ask her for ideas for baby names, I get 'up to you'
**as many of us know, Time itself has a different and and sometimes variable meaning in KoW.
Now. can mean Now, In a minute, in the next twelve hours, or sometime soonish
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Re: Is there a women's problem Fall, big smell, itchy, sugar. It's too or not?

Post by RickyBobby » Sun Mar 10, 2019 5:30 pm

Freightdog wrote:
Sun Mar 10, 2019 5:19 pm
As time goes on I regularly find myself either amused, frustrated, or irritated by trying to understand what the other half is trying to convey, dependant entirely upon time/urgency** of the situation.

If there is no urgency, the very flowery, often metaphorical language is quite amusing. GiggleTransmute clearly has difficulty translating this. Literal translations of Khmer simply won't work. When time is tight, and I need SWMBO to make a decision, beyond the 'up to you'* reply, I find frustration leads rapidly to irritated. Prolly cos I is getting to be a grumpy git!

A simple example of how literal translations can turn a 1 minute 'what to eat?' question into a marathon WTF type confusion...

Grill. As in cooking food on a grill

She means Grill
The Khmer seems to be Ko Laeng Phnom
Which apparently means 'cow go up mountain'
:please:

As to the OP. Given that you actually were optimistic about what you'd find in the Vulva article (only to be stopped in your tracks by Grandma's meat curtains (yup, me too)) I wonder if your choices of reading matter need a rethink? :wink:



*apparently, this is a very common name for a child, given that when I ask her for ideas for baby names, I get 'up to you'
**as many of us know, Time itself has a different and and sometimes variable meaning in KoW.
Now. can mean Now, In a minute, in the next twelve hours, or sometime soonish
Haha, I get it.

When we are at the market, and I ask her to investigate something for me, for example, I ask her to ask a simple question "Ask the vendor how much is that shirt" She begins talking, they go back and forth, I know how this is going to go. I could literally go away and find a coffee somewhere and come back later. Then me: "What did she say?" Her: "She said $5 dolla" I am aghast, smh wondering what the heck they were talking about all that time, but when I ask I get the blank stare.
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Re: Is there a women's problem Fall, big smell, itchy, sugar. It's too or not?

Post by Kuroneko » Sun Mar 10, 2019 5:41 pm

Getting a price is not a question ,it's a negotiation. Think Brexit, ask someone from the UK are you staying or leaving? :lol:
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Re: Is there a women's problem Fall, big smell, itchy, sugar. It's too or not?

Post by RickyBobby » Sun Mar 10, 2019 5:55 pm

Re: Golden Door. Could it really mean Vagina? And if men are gold and women are linen, could it be the door through which the gold enters? lol.

Fascinating.
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