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Thai tattooist having a laugh or just cruel?! Farangs' terrible tattoos go viral!

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Thai tattooist having a laugh or just cruel?! Farangs' terrible tattoos go viral!

 

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A bunch of farangs have got some of the most terrible tattoos in Thai language ever seen!

 

So much so that pictures of the offending - and offensive - words have gone viral on Thai social media.

 

At the very least no self-respecting Thai would desecrate themselves in this way!

 

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And there are accusations that the tattooist is either having a laugh at the foreigners' expense or he is genuinely cruel!

 

Most of the tattoos are random food names: One appears to say Khao Man Gai - Greasy Chicken Rice.

 

Another says: Luuk Chin Plaa Yaowarat - perhaps the name of a Chinatown establishment selling fish balls.

 

A western woman's back is plastered with: Po Pia Sot - fresh spring rolls.

 

But Thais online reserved their sympathy - and laughs - the most for men who have had offensive wording inscribed on their bodies.

 

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One says: Chan chorp hee le hee chorp chan - the word hee is very offensive and refers to the female sexual organ.

 

It might be translated as "I like c??t and c??t likes me".

 

Another simply says: "Chan rak hee" - I love c??t. We hope you get the message and are not too offended.

 

No Thai in their right mind would use this word in jest let alone put it on a tattoo.

 

Facebook poster "Phanthana Chaichorfaa" who revealed the snaps said: "We feel sorry for you......haven't you got a clue1?"

 

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While other comment was rife. "Gig Jansa" said: "The tattooist was either having a laugh - or was just downright cruel".

 

Facebook "Phanthana Chaichorfaa"

 
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That's the price you pay for having a tattoo written in a language you can't read. ?

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4 minutes ago, webfact said:

Facebook poster "Phanthana Chaichorfaa" who revealed the snaps said: "We feel sorry for you......haven't you got a clue1?"

It's the same when you see Thai people wearing t-shirts with english text. They have no clue what's written on the shirt.

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Never mind the tatoo, she should consider joining the Weight Watchers, before it's too late.

 

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5 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

Never mind the tatoo, she should consider joining the Weight Watchers, before it's too late.

 

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Soon it will say Bread Rolls ? 

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Well if it were food related and I had to have a tattoo I think I would opt for Tan (coke cola)

 

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Some years  back my wife and I were at Kad Suen Mall.  My wife spotted two young Thai ladies, one of whom had on a bright pick t-shirt with silver lettering in English.  My wife calmly walked over to her and ask her if she knew what the shirt said.  Of course she didn't, so my wife translated it for her.  For a moment I thought the girl was going to faint, then she looked around desperately for a shop, then we watched her take off running to one to buy new one to put over her pretty pink one.

What did the pink one say?
"I love to suck Big White C##ks!"

She bought it cause it was "pretty". 

lol

 

 

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my friend came over a few years ago and went back packing around. when he got back to bkk he showed me a thai tattoo. yeah i know, cheesy. turns out he met some bird called aom or something, had a little few days fling and got her name tattood on his back. he says what the .... am i gonna tell her when i get back home. we just said tell her it says lucy, how's she to know. and he did and to this day she still believes it says lucy

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18 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

It's the same when you see Thai people wearing t-shirts with english text. They have no clue what's written on the shirt.

At least you can change your clothing relatively easily, not so sure about your skin.  

 

But you did just remind me of the t-shirt a 16 (ish) old girl was wearing describing what a "kick in the nuts" felt like.  I had to have a chuckle to myself

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A few years ago there was a particular t shirt that was synonymous with some punk band or similar.  The inscription on the t shirt said something like  "You Can All F... Off".  It was really charming to see Thai Mums and Dads in the Malls with their charming little 5 to 10 year olds proudly wearing this t shirt without the slightest awareness of how offensive it was !!!

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One of the more alarming T shirts i have seen was on a young girl probably 10 or so out with the middle class Thai family on walkabout in the mall, they were all dressed "normal" not her, she had her "!uck You Punk Nazi ba$tards" shirt on with a giant swastika in the middle. They hadn't a clue!

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One girl singer in my band had her own name tattooed across the small of her back. When asked why she said so guys know what to call her when back scuttling her.

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