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Message started by Lao Pride Administrator on 31st Mar, 2011 at 9:43am

Title: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Pride Administrator on 31st Mar, 2011 at 9:43am

Four beautiful Lao women showcase their beauty and class in a traditional Lao dress with matching top.




Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Tee on 31st Mar, 2011 at 12:11pm
Hi Admin

By any chance we can see you in this out fit! Come on guys...we should all send in the request ! ;D

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by MrLao4ever on 31st Mar, 2011 at 12:31pm
I agree. Do we have to beg :o?

Tee wrote on 31st Mar, 2011 at 12:11pm:
Hi Admin

By any chance we can see you in this out fit! Come on guys...we should all send in the request ! ;D


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Pride Administrator on 31st Mar, 2011 at 6:56pm
I don't wear this outfit very often. And it's not right to beg, when none of our forum members from a Lao ethnic background have displayed their picture.



Lao students receive their Cutting Edge workbook





















Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Old Man on 31st Mar, 2011 at 8:31pm
Is that (Cutting Edge) the series you used to help you learn English?



I don't think so.

So how did you learn English? Your English is not only way better than any of the ethnic Lao who post on this forum and who live in the U.S., New Zealand, etc., it's also better than anyone I've known who learned English in Laos.

The only people who come close to your level of written expression (besides native users) are those Lao who grew up in an English-speaking country.

So how did you learn English?


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Pride Administrator on 31st Mar, 2011 at 10:52pm
My English is not that good, you've had to correct me once. :(

Those Cutting Edge booklets teach some English, but it's not where I learnt it from. I learnt English from lessons and self teaching. I've always enjoyed reading and writing consistently and persistently since I was a young girl. When it becomes a habit, it gets easier, but I'm still learning.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Democratic on 1st Apr, 2011 at 12:32am

Tee wrote on 31st Mar, 2011 at 12:11pm:
Hi Admin

By any chance we can see you in this out fit! Come on guys...we should all send in the request ! ;D


Yes I also request more picture of our favorite LP Admins.
:D :o

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Democratic on 1st Apr, 2011 at 12:44am
Some people are quick learner. Your English is very good.
;)


Admin Saovaluck wrote on 31st Mar, 2011 at 10:52pm:
My English is not that good, you've had to correct me once. :(

Those Cutting Edge booklets teach some English, but it's not where I learnt it from. I learnt English from lessons and self teaching. I've always enjoyed reading and writing consistently and persistently since I was a young girl. When it becomes a habit, it gets easier, but I'm still learning.


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Pride Administrator on 1st Apr, 2011 at 1:37am
Your English is great, whereas mine is poor.

I'm not satisfied with where I'm at, and I'm still learning new words and how to use English effectively.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Old Man on 1st Apr, 2011 at 1:50am

Admin Saovaluck wrote on 1st Apr, 2011 at 1:37am:
Your English is great, whereas mine is poor.


That's not true!

He just wrote: "Some people are quick learner."

When was the last time you wrote a sentence with bad grammar like that?

He does it in every post. You never do.

That's not meant to criticise him - just to point out how much better your English is than anyone else who posts here.

Probably including me.

And I'm a bloody English teacher!..... :-/

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Democratic on 1st Apr, 2011 at 2:12am

Admin Saovaluck wrote on 1st Apr, 2011 at 1:37am:
Your English is great, whereas mine is poor.

I'm not satisfied with where I'm at, and I'm still learning new words and how to use English effectively.


Don't mine me I'm just a manufacuring worker. You should be an English teacher. More young Lao need to learn english, and need someone like you. Or you can be Lao teacher teaching Lao-American kids how to read and write in Lao.
;)

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Pride Administrator on 1st Apr, 2011 at 2:36am
Old Man, Not sure, I don't go through my posts to find grammar and spelling errors, but I'm sure there'll be some here and there. Thanks for complimenting me on my English, but it's not perfect by any means and I wouldn't go as far as saying it's better than a "bloody" English teacher like you.

Lao Democratic, You still earn a good amount of income from your manufacturing work, more than me that's for sure. Teaching English is not my ideal job.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Democratic on 1st Apr, 2011 at 3:15am
I think most Lao American make good money. Lao are hard worker. When you do hard labors in the rice fields, and come work in American factory. Its an easy jobs and easy money. They say "It's not how much you make" it's how you manage your money. I make ok money, but problem is I also like to spend money and pretty much buy whatever I want. New IPhone, PS3, PSP game, car, TV, laptop, desktop.
;)

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Pride Administrator on 1st Apr, 2011 at 4:02am
True, it depends how you manage your money.

Some people don't buy many things, but their bills and debts eat up most of their salary.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Larb Dip on 1st Apr, 2011 at 5:56am

llX wrote on 1st Apr, 2011 at 3:15am:
I make ok money, but problem is I also like to spend money and pretty much buy whatever I want. New IPhone, PS3, PSP game, car, TV, laptop, desktop.
;)


You're a bit of a gadget guy, are you?
I have a few older friends who are serious gamers. They spend hours on end in front of their T.Vs. I don't know how they can do that.

All I need is a $2 newspaper and I'll be content for two hours at least.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Larb Dip on 1st Apr, 2011 at 7:54am
Those 4 girls in the first photo are okay.

Here's a photo of a Lao girl in her traditional costume that I think is 'HOT!'.

I poached this portrait from a Lao-French website.

Here it is:
04102001_laos_pageants_france.jpg (35 KB | 566 )

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by LaoguySoCal on 1st Apr, 2011 at 8:29am

Larb Dip wrote on 1st Apr, 2011 at 7:54am:
Those 4 girls in the first photo are okay.

Here's a photo of a Lao girl in her traditional costume that I think is 'HOT!'.

I poached this portrait from a Lao-French website.

Here it is:


What the hell she did not even look at the camera..... ;D

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Larb Dip on 1st Apr, 2011 at 8:37am
Jao bo muck bo?

It doesn't matter, that side view is enough to see how beautiful she is!

Can you find a better looking Sao Lao?

Post a picture of the types of Lao women that you consider 'hot'.

THEY ARE SO BEAUTIFUL! :-* :-* :-*

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by LaoguySoCal on 1st Apr, 2011 at 8:41am
Agree Lao girls are hot, but this girl is okay. I've seen better hot looking Lao girls before. Let see if I can find one from Internet.... ;D

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Larb Dip on 1st Apr, 2011 at 8:45am
Here we go! We finally have a guys corner!

Look at her enigmatic eyes. What is she really thinking when she looks at you like that? DAMN! I LOVE MY SAO LAO'S!

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Laosport on 1st Apr, 2011 at 2:31pm
> Larp Dip, you have the a same taste as mine bro. She is Hot! Hot! Hot! in my eyes. My eyes got burnt from starring at her for to long hehehe...
She is a Keeper wify type.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Larb Dip on 2nd Apr, 2011 at 5:03am

Laosport wrote on 1st Apr, 2011 at 2:31pm:
> Larp Dip, you have the a same taste as mine bro. She is Hot! Hot! Hot! in my eyes. My eyes got burnt from starring at her for to long hehehe...
She is a Keeper wify type.


Why don't you post a good looking Lao girl on this forum yourself.

I already posted mine.

SHE'S 'HOT'!!!

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by JSEA on 2nd Apr, 2011 at 12:56pm
I don't dig the traditional hair style :(

Other than that A+ :D

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by longhang on 2nd Apr, 2011 at 5:49pm
i think the girl in the center is hmong, lolz no i serious she looks hmong. with the hmong population starting to integrate with the lao population its getting more diverse.


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by JSEA on 2nd Apr, 2011 at 5:59pm
How do you tell the difference? I dated a Lao girl in the states, but I think she might have been Hmong. Her dad was a soldier, and they lived in refugee camps in the US...so I think the only reason they'd need to leave is if he was on the losing side.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by longhang on 2nd Apr, 2011 at 6:10pm

JSEA wrote on 2nd Apr, 2011 at 5:59pm:
How do you tell the difference? I dated a Lao girl in the states, but I think she might have been Hmong. Her dad was a soldier, and they lived in refugee camps in the US...so I think the only reason they'd need to leave is if he was on the losing side.
iono, instinct i guess. refugee camps in the u.s what? hahahah

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by JSEA on 2nd Apr, 2011 at 6:37pm
Yeah, maybe that's the wrong term. But basically after getting out of Laos they went to the US, and then I think they lived in a camp for a while until they found a place to stay in the US, or the paperwork went through....maybe the camp was in Thailand? I don't remember exactly what she said, and she didn't say much so I thought maybe it was a sensitive subject, and didn't ask too much about it.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Democratic on 2nd Apr, 2011 at 10:56pm

longhang wrote on 2nd Apr, 2011 at 5:49pm:
i think the girl in the center is hmong, lolz no i serious she looks hmong. with the hmong population starting to integrate with the lao population its getting more diverse.


We need Hmong-Lao to assimilated to Lao culture and help build the country. Laotianization. Lao government should welcome Hmong-Lao businessmen from oversea to invested in Laos.
:o

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by MrLao4ever on 4th Apr, 2011 at 4:20am
Admin, you are the one on the right? Just curious.


Admin Saovaluck wrote on 31st Mar, 2011 at 6:56pm:
I don't wear this outfit very often. And it's not right to beg, when none of our forum members from a Lao ethnic background have displayed their picture.



Lao students receive their Cutting Edge workbook


http://www.laopride.com/pictures1/lao-female-students-1.jpg


http://www.laopride.com/pictures1/lao-female-students-2.jpg


http://www.laopride.com/pictures1/lao-female-students-3.jpg


http://www.laopride.com/pictures1/lao-female-students-4.jpg


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Pride Administrator on 4th Apr, 2011 at 7:08am
I'm neither of them.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Larb Dip on 5th Apr, 2011 at 12:32am

PEACE wrote on 4th Apr, 2011 at 4:20am:
Admin, you are the one on the right? Just curious.


Admin Saovaluck wrote on 31st Mar, 2011 at 6:56pm:
I don't wear this outfit very often. And it's not right to beg, when none of our forum members from a Lao ethnic background have displayed their picture.



Lao students receive their Cutting Edge workbook


http://www.laopride.com/pictures1/lao-female-students-1.jpg


http://www.laopride.com/pictures1/lao-female-students-2.jpg


http://www.laopride.com/pictures1/lao-female-students-3.jpg


http://www.laopride.com/pictures1/lao-female-students-4.jpg


Those snapped in that picture are all children!

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Pride Administrator on 5th Apr, 2011 at 3:33am
They're over 18 years old, so technically they're adults.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by MrLao4ever on 5th Apr, 2011 at 4:12am
Honestly I thought they are approximately 14 years old.


Admin Saovaluck wrote on 5th Apr, 2011 at 3:33am:
They're over 18 years old, so technically they're adults.


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by JSEA on 5th Apr, 2011 at 9:50am
Sounds like you're used to Texas girls then :P. Most of them look 21 when they're only 16-18.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Old Man on 5th Apr, 2011 at 8:58pm
I find that most Lao people look much younger than they are.

It's the opposite with me.  When they ask my age (I'm 60), they often say, "Oh, you look much older than that."

To which I reply,

"You have to remember.........I've had a hard life!"..... :)


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by MrLao4ever on 5th Apr, 2011 at 10:36pm
Exactly and you have a good point right there. It must be the burgers and fries consumption. Everything is 'bigger' in Texas ;)!

JSEA wrote on 5th Apr, 2011 at 9:50am:
Sounds like you're used to Texas girls then :P. Most of them look 21 when they're only 16-18.


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Larb Dip on 6th Apr, 2011 at 12:33am

wrote on 5th Apr, 2011 at 8:58pm:
I find that most Lao people look much younger than they are.


It's all that hide-and-seek they play with the sun. I know a Lao few retirees, who's faces still defy gravity. There are no creases on their faces.

It's the opposite with Europeans though. They cann't get enough of that grilling sun. ;)

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by JSEA on 6th Apr, 2011 at 12:50pm

PEACE wrote on 5th Apr, 2011 at 10:36pm:
Exactly and you have a good point right there. It must be the burgers and fries consumption. Everything is 'bigger' in Texas ;)!

JSEA wrote on 5th Apr, 2011 at 9:50am:
Sounds like you're used to Texas girls then :P. Most of them look 21 when they're only 16-18.


Haha yeah. I lived in Dallas for two and a half years before I moved to Bangkok.

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by MrLao4ever on 6th Apr, 2011 at 1:39pm
Maybe diet as well?  For us, we mainly eat rice with fresh vegetables and meat and not alot of processed food.  

Larb Dip wrote on 6th Apr, 2011 at 12:33am:

wrote on 5th Apr, 2011 at 8:58pm:
I find that most Lao people look much younger than they are.


It's all that hide-and-seek they play with the sun. I know a Lao few retirees, who's faces still defy gravity. There are no creases on their faces.

It's the opposite with Europeans though. They cann't get enough of that grilling sun. ;)


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by MrLao4ever on 6th Apr, 2011 at 1:41pm
Are you a Laotian and why to Bangkok? Just curious.


JSEA wrote on 6th Apr, 2011 at 12:50pm:

PEACE wrote on 5th Apr, 2011 at 10:36pm:
Exactly and you have a good point right there. It must be the burgers and fries consumption. Everything is 'bigger' in Texas ;)!

JSEA wrote on 5th Apr, 2011 at 9:50am:
Sounds like you're used to Texas girls then :P. Most of them look 21 when they're only 16-18.


Haha yeah. I lived in Dallas for two and a half years before I moved to Bangkok.


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by JSEA on 6th Apr, 2011 at 4:22pm
Naw, I'm whiter than most white people actually. I came to Bangkok to take a training course for teaching English, and ended up staying rather than taking my return flight back (I was planning on staying though, but wasn't sure if I'd like it or not).

It was a decision I made after 2.5 years of a nightmare corporate job where the benefits were good, but the job was soul crushing. It was an easy decision to make :D

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by oishi_icee on 10th Apr, 2011 at 6:33pm
please keep your way all loas friends ,i am thai guy and i know your country from thai film call sa bai dee that shown many things that already lost from thai including me i have a plan to stay there and if i can i will be spend my whole life there nice culture nice air no pollution i cant wait to go around there


i know that for thais can not travel alone in laos from my friend but lets me ask that do you have a home stay trip for me????



Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Lao Democratic on 10th Apr, 2011 at 6:56pm
Have fun in Laos. Most tourist in Laos are from Thailand.
:)


oishi_icee wrote on 10th Apr, 2011 at 6:33pm:
please keep your way all loas friends ,i am thai guy and i know your country from thai film call sa bai dee that shown many things that already lost from thai including me i have a plan to stay there and if i can i will be spend my whole life there nice culture nice air no pollution i cant wait  to go around there


i know that for thais can not travel alone in laos from my friend but lets me ask that do you have a home stay trip for me????


Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Larb Dip on 10th Apr, 2011 at 10:15pm

oishi_icee wrote on 10th Apr, 2011 at 6:33pm:
i know that for thais can not travel alone in laos from my friend but lets me ask that do you have a home stay trip for me????


Why can't you travel alone to Laos?

Did you join this forum to start a smear campaign? >:(

Title: Re: Lao girls in a traditional outfit
Post by Tee on 11th Apr, 2011 at 12:06am

Larb Dip wrote on 10th Apr, 2011 at 10:15pm:

oishi_icee wrote on 10th Apr, 2011 at 6:33pm:
i know that for thais can not travel alone in laos from my friend but lets me ask that do you have a home stay trip for me????


Why can't you travel alone to Laos?

Did you join this forum to start a smear campaign? >:(



Being Nice and kind to another are what Laos people represent. I don't know what your are...Larb Lip....! Are you one of those people thinking everyone out there is again you!

"Being friendly and kind will get you the way you want to go smoothly along the way making a lot of friendship...but being an Ars will making the road very difficult to walk on, along way create many enemies"


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