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Simple solutions exist, but life too hard.

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Viral video: Cover your ears now! Every Thai swear word under the sun as taxi driver and "ee kwai" battle it out!
 
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A phone video going viral on the internet features a treasure trove of things NOT to say for those learning the Thai language.
 
It was one of the foulest battles of vulgar Thai language seen on social media in years!
 
It starts innocently enough with a rather rotund woman exiting a taxi and making a phone call. 
 
Soon it emerges that the person taking the video is the taxi driver and he suspects that the woman is trying to avoid paying her fare.
 
He explains to some people nearby that this is always happening to him. He said the woman is trying to contact a friend to pay but she is not picking up. 
 
He said he has already been waiting a long time and it seems to just be a ruse on behalf of the woman not to pay. The driver starts following the woman around and won't let her out of his sight.
 
Soon things start heating up and the insults fly for all of five minutes or more. Most of it comes from the taxi driver but the woman gives as good as she gets. 
 
The driver suggests that the woman is a buffalo. He also contends that her mother is an elephant or has previously fornicated with a pachyderm. 
 
She is referred to as a male member and her mother's sexual habits are questioned further. 
 
More "elephants and buffaloes" are traded before water monitors are invoked along with assertions that the woman is not only overweight but a "desperate, poor female dog".
 
At the mention of the work "b**ch" a whole pack of the neighborhood dogs join the cacophony with some loud barking of their own. 
 
At one point the driver manages a Thai "all comers" record for the number of "ee kwai's" ever heard in a single breath, Thaivisa notes. 
 
"Ee kwai" an impolite way to refer to a human being suggesting they have the attributes of a buffalo. 
 
The video was viewed tens of thousands of times after it was posted on the "Kep kot" page. Kep kot, rather amusingly, means keeping your frustrations to yourself.
 
Over 50,000 commented with the great majority supporting the taxi driver who many said was clearly being ripped off by the woman, reported Thai Rath. 
 
Source: Thai Rath
 
 
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Wow!!!

Insults have become much more imaginative from when I was learning to swear in Thai.

We learned simple expressions like, Na Hee.

Oh well.  Just as well.

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Thanks for the lesson in foul mouth, and insulting Thai language I couldn't find in any dictionary! 👏

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2 hours ago, 007cableguy said:

But did he get paid ?


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No she's a professional

 

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If you are looking for swearing just go to any TV on a Friday night before your friend comes on to tell you what you should do.

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If you are looking for swearing just go to any TV on a Friday night before your friend comes on to tell you what you should do.
That program is the bestest ever energy saving show...every one swears then turns the TV off saving megawatts of electricity.

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Horrible pig of a woman. 

Has she no shame ?

I think the taxi driver handled it quite well.

Some drivers would have been reaching for a weapon.

 

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