It is only Thai Internet slang. Thai people pronounce the number five as “haa” so it sounds like “ha”. Therefore when Thai people would like to laugh while they are talking online, they will type “555” for “ha ha ha”.
Common (1) Internet Slang , Chat Texting & Subculture (2) 555 — Thai for HaHaHa.
The respect for elders within Thai culture is something that is lacking within Western culture. The proper term of address for anyone who is older is Pee (placed before their name), which literally translates as older brother or sister, and anyone younger is Nong , which translates as younger brother or sister.
Baan . Usually means house. But if used before the name of a tourist place it usually means village or district.
When it comes to love , seeing angel number 5555 means your love affair is about to change. Your partner has been troubling you for quite a long time, and it’s about time they change for the better. The changes will see your relationship undergo a positive metamorphosis and come out much better.
“Pee” means brother or sister with regard to someone familiar to you of similar or greater age. It doesn’t mean they are a blood relation – just someone familiar.
Yes, angel number 555 is a lucky number .
444 Is A Sign Someone Is Trying To Communicate With You [*] 444 is a number of protection and encouragement. It is a sign that you are currently following the right path. [*] If you see the number 444 repeatedly, it is often your angel giving you a sign that they are with you.
Five by five is the predecessor to the term “Loud and Clear” or “Lima/Charlie” used by military units today. It found its way into verbal slang, meaning “everything is good” or “everybody is well/good”. This is how we use the term at 5X5 Brewing Co.
This is because the Thai people consider the foot to be the dirtiest and lowliest part of the body, and the head the most respected and highest part of the body. This also influences how Thais sit when on the ground—their feet always pointing away from others, tucked to the side or behind them.
Holding hands is OK for foreigners, but rarely seen at locals. * It is not acceptable to touch someone’s head – not even children’s; the head is considered to be the most sacred part of the human body.
The prefix “ na -” (น่า) is used with many verbs and adjective in order to make adjectives describing the thing that causes the emotion. It is equivalent to the suffix “-able” or those adjectives end in “-ing” in the English language.
This word is usually translated as “happy”, but its use is often closer to “comfortable”, “relaxed”, or “well.” To Thais, happiness is not a state opposite that of sorrow. Thus sabai sabai could be translated into English slang as “everything’s chill” or “not a care in the world”.
Mai Dai – Can not.
Saying ‘Hello’ in Thai Regardless of whether it’s day or night, this greeting will get you by just fine! The written phrase to say hello in Thai is Sawasdee Krab/Ka. The ending Krab/Ka depends on your own gender, not the gender of the person you’re speaking to. Krab is for men and ka is for women.