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Lao: Bpak-sa-mun-jae

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A Lao girl says I “bpak sa mun jae” when I speak sarcastically, though I am not sure if this is really what she means, she refuses to explain the phrase, and Thai dictionaries have been of no help (she generally speaks Thai but will mix in Lao/Isaan words/phrases).

 

Anyone come accross this and has a more exact definition?

 

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A Lao girl says I “bpak sa mun jae” when I speak sarcastically, though I am not sure if this is really what she means, she refuses to explain the phrase, and Thai dictionaries have been of no help (she generally speaks Thai but will mix in Lao/Isaan words/phrases).
 
Anyone come accross this and has a more exact definition?
 
bpak: you sa mun: brain jae: good

You have a good brain.

Or 'you're a richard cranium' . Last one just joking: I hope.

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