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Here is a quick lesson on Bangkok room service: [h=2]Bangkok Room Service[/h]Room Service: Morny, rune sor-bees. Hotel Guest: Oh sorry, I thought I dialed room service. Room Service: Rye, rune sore-bees. Morny. Jewish to ordor sunteen? Hotel Guest: I'd like some bacon and eggs. Room Service: Ow July then? Hotel Guest: What? Room Service: Aches. Ow July then? Pry, boy, pooch..? Hotel Guest: Oh, the eggs! How do I like them? Sorry, Scrambled please. Room Service: Ow July thee Baycome? Crease? Hotel Guest: Crisp will be fine. Room Service: Okay. An Santos? Hotel Guest: Ugh.....I don't know....I don't think so. Room Service: No? Judo one toes? Hotel Guest: Look, I really feel bad about this, but I just don't know what judo- one toes means, I'm sorry. Room Service: Toes! Toes! Why Jew Don Juan toes? Ow bow eengligh mopping we bother? Hotel Guest: English Muffin! I've got it! Toast! You were saying toast! Fine. An English Muffin will be fine. Room Service: We Bother? Hotel Guest: No, just put the bother on the side. Room Service: Wad? Hotel Guest: I'm sorry. I meant butter. Butter on the side. Room Service: Copy? Hotel Guest: I feel terrible about this, but .... Room Service: Copy. Copy, tea, mill. Hotel Guest: Coffee! Yes coffee please. And that's all. Room Service: One minnie. Ass rune torino-fie, strangle aches, crease Baycome, tossy eengligh mopping we bother honey sight, and copy. Rye? Hotel Guest: Whatever you say. Room Service: Okay, Tenjewberrymud. Hotel Guest: You're welcome. "I was at the cinema with my Thai girlfriend, watching a film, when she offered me some popcorn from the box on her lap. "I'm not falling for that one again!" I laughed."
Since I'm constantly learning example sentences Thai children use in school ( Ã Â´Ã§Â¡Ã¤Â·Ã‚Â·Ã•Ã¨Ã¢ÃƒÂ§Ã ÃƒÃ•Ã‚Â¹ ), I thought I'd post an example sentence ( Ã ÂªÃ¨Â¹Â»ÃƒÃÃ¢Ã‚Â¤ ) I learned in 7th grade: General Rule: i before e, except after c With the following execptions: "At the height of our foreign power, neither he, nor I, could seize the idea of our weird leisure either." height foreign neither seize weird leisure either Above are the exeptions to the rule. With every other word in the English language, it's i before e, except after c Not as fun as: Ã¤Â¡Ã¨Â¨Ã”Â¡Ã Â´Ã§Â¡ÂµÃ’Ã‚ÂºÂ¹Â»Ã’Â¡Ã¢ÃÃ¨Â§ Â¼Ã•Â½Ã’Â¡Â¢Ã©Ã’Ã‡ÃŠÃ’ÃƒÃ£Ã‹Ã©Â©Ã‘Â¹ Â§Ã™Ã£Ã‹ÂÃ¨Â¹ÃÂ¹ÃÃ‚Ã¨Â³ÃƒÃ”ÃÃ‡Ã‘Â´Ã¢ÃÃŒÃ•Ã¢Ã…Â¡ I currently trying to memorize the paragraph that has the 20 words that use Ã¤ÃÃ©ÃÃ©Ã‡Â¹ ( Ã£ )