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davidsweden

I found a mysterious note

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It says:

Hi! You are definitely a beautiful girl. Then, my dick will definitely get into your hole. You have big tits! Your pubic hair is dark, right? Are you a virgin?

Wow, this made me feel dirty.

:twisted:

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Your pubic hair is dark, right? Are you a virgin?

oh sweet baby jesus!

i almost peed my pants.

this is getting better and better...

what more could i ever ask for in life?!

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monto
I was served Scottish mineral water which they had carried all the way from the UK to HK so that I could enjoy it on the way back.

mineral water is horse of another color. That is a commodity. The cardbox the airlines serve meal with can be tranported unfolded before packing the food, which can save a lot of freight or space for carrying.

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Meng Lelan
HAHAHAHAHAAHAH!!!

oh wow! oh wow! i almost keeled over and died just now!

did i ever mention how much i love this place?

Me too! Of the three years I've been on this forum, this has got to be the best thread I've seen. And what makes it so funny is the handwriting is really really good.

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bottledpoetry

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You should scrapbook this :mrgreen:

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mr.stinky

the chinese have apparently not yet worked the kinks out of the new fortune cookie program.

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the chinese have apparently not yet worked the kinks out of the new fortune cookie program.

AAAAAHAHAHAAHAAHAHAHAHAH!

if there was a caption contest for this picture, you would have won it HANDS DOWN!

oh god. i cant stop laughing!

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imron

I'm just glad there was no picture that went with the original caption.

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jbradfor

Could someone type in the character used in this note for "breasts"? I don't recognize it. Looks a bit like 波, but I don't think that's it. I'm taking a flight to Asia later this month, and I'm worried that I might need to know this word during the meals....

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imron

What kind of meals exactly were you planning on having?! :shock:

This is not the word you'd use if you were talking about say chicken breasts or something.

Anyway, the character is 波, it's slang. See here for a more detailed explanation.

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jbradfor

No no no, don't worry. I wasn't thinking of, if chicken is a meal option, saying something like 我需要你的波子. I'm too old to think that's funny. [Ask me 20 years ago.....]

I just want to ensure, based on davidsweden's experience, that I understand any "extras" that come with my meals.

BTW, thanks for that explanation link.

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renzhe

If you get a breast with your meal, make sure to write an airline review here on the forum!

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extrapages

no adjective can ever describe how happy i am that this thread is alive again. ever!

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jbradfor

renzhe: ummmm, no. No review. My wife is not going to be with me on the flight, and while I'm pretty sure my meal will be 波-free, and it's not as if she reads this forum, I'm taking no changes.

extrapages: this is the first time I saw this thread; don't know how I managed to miss it! Thanks to Lu over in a different thread for this link, it made my day. Personally, I think we should reference this thread as much as possible in other threads....

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heifeng

yeah, infact you really only need to use the character 波 when ordering if you are ordering boba naicha (milk tea with those black tapioca pearls)...but not necessarily in China..that will cause some laughs...yeah, its probably just safer to stick to saying zhenzhu naicha :mrgreen:...

Personally, I think we should reference this thread as much as possible in other threads....

couldn't agree more

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chenpv

Totally got 雷ed. Months of absence definitely made me think this site strikingly more charming than before when revisited... precious, precious...

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Areckx

I have to revive this thread... sorry... you're welcome???

ANYWAY I think we SHOULD have a caption contest for this...

also, can someone transcribe this into text?

Also I would like to hear about the differences in vocal-slang culture, since a lot of things sound perverted when translated to English, while some things are, when thought in Chinese context, clever and witty... I'm too much of a beginner to know what is considered "perverted" or "vulgar"

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