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Hi all, as far as I know (and I must admit I know very little Thai), a Thai man should always be saying "krup" at the end of a conversation, and not "ka", which is only reserved for female speakers. But recently, I was on IM with a male Thai friend (we were typing in English) and I purposely added in "ka" at the end of some of my sentences. Then, he replied me with a "ka" at the end of his sentence. So, I asked him why he was typng "ka" and not "krup", to which he replied that men can say "ka" too, but to their gfs (anyway, I'm not his gf and he is not my bf). I told him I did not believe it,