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Message started by Admin Saovaluck on 22nd Nov, 2013 at 2:11pm

Title: The average female face for Laos
Post by Admin Saovaluck on 22nd Nov, 2013 at 2:11pm


The average female face for Laos









The average female face for each country

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Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by ba dac on 23rd Nov, 2013 at 11:34am
;D  wow i'm digging mongolia.i think she's prtty cute

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Admin Saovaluck on 23rd Nov, 2013 at 1:20pm
I guess those with slanty eyes and flat nose are more appealing to you. Sorry, maybe I shouldn't look down on my Asian sisters.

For me, the "average" woman from countries like the Netherlands, Ukraine and Germany stands out.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by ba dac on 23rd Nov, 2013 at 7:23pm
Yes, i prefer asian woman. Korea cute too. ;)

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by peterpan on 23rd Nov, 2013 at 7:41pm
Ukraine is fine

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by TexasCowboy on 26th Nov, 2013 at 1:39pm
Any man who posts in the Lao Girls Board is going to have a preference for Asian women. Mongolian and Laotian and Vietnamese women are the most beautiful in my opinion.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by ba dac on 27th Nov, 2013 at 11:16am
To be i think asian woman are just more pretty.Other woman yea they look good and then it fade. ;D

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by peterpan on 27th Nov, 2013 at 1:13pm

ba dac wrote on 27th Nov, 2013 at 11:16am:
To be i think asian woman are just more pretty.Other woman yea they look good and then it fade. ;D


While it is fading away, look it again. it comes back.

;D

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by ba dac on 4th Dec, 2013 at 11:16am
Maybe I been in the state too long.But i do find asain woman more pretty

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by TexasCowboy on 4th Dec, 2013 at 9:32pm
I was never attracted to Asians until I started to live in Asia.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 20th Jun, 2014 at 1:38am
There's no average face for Laos, I only saw Thailand. On the other hand, do you think that Isan people and Lao people look different? I think Isan people are darker and have bigger noses than Lao people. Lao people look way more beautiful than Isan people, but why is this? According to the historical records, the area which is now Isan was part of the Lao speaking Lan Xang kingdom and much of the population was brought over as slaves from Vientiane, so why do they look different?

They both speak Lao, but Isan girls are some of the ugliest and Lao girls are some of the prettiest.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by ba dac on 20th Jun, 2014 at 2:29pm
Man i totally agree with ya.Issan chic are dark and butt ugly.
But those foreign guys think they are something special.like a gem or something. Geez , i seen alot of old fart with alot of young isan girls

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 20th Jun, 2014 at 2:35pm
Come on admin, we all know Samoa is the most beautiful, don't lie to us about your taste in women

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 20th Jun, 2014 at 2:37pm
No but seriously though, I think burmese is the most beautiful on that list, I would sacrifice a lot to have that girl as my wife

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Peter on 20th Jun, 2014 at 9:56pm

Buk Nut wrote on 20th Jun, 2014 at 1:38am:
There's no average face for Laos, I only saw Thailand.


You didn't notice the picture of the Lao girl?

Yes, there is definitely a Lao girl in that post.   8-)


But, to me ... they pretty much all look like girls I see every day.  Some of them look like my friends.  So you can guess which country I live in.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by ba dac on 21st Jun, 2014 at 11:14am
I dunno bout you guys.I like the look of  Laos and Mongolian , Korean without the plastic sugery of course.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 21st Jun, 2014 at 11:59am
There is no average face for Laos, that picture is just one that the admin posted separately.

Also I do like Mongolian in that image, but in my opinion Burmese is the best looking and also has the most feminine features.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Lao-Ding on 2nd Jul, 2014 at 3:59pm
Burmese women are some of the most beautiful in the world. Of course though, the world is full of beautiful women as human beings are beautiful creatures.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Ron Lais on 27th Oct, 2014 at 2:51am
I am planning to visit Vientiane in December. I would love to meet a pretty, young Lao girl for a long term relationship. I prefer slender girls.
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Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 27th Oct, 2014 at 9:58am
Why would you want to meet a girl in Vientiane? Vientiane isn't even really Laos to be honest. It's just like a section of Thailand or some Western country cut out and pasted into Laos.

Save yourself the trouble and get a real Lao girl from the rural areas, not a Vientiane rip-off. I don't think the people in Vientiane are even Lao.


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Peter on 27th Oct, 2014 at 10:51am

Buk Nut wrote on 27th Oct, 2014 at 9:58am:
It's just like a section of Thailand or some Western country cut out and pasted into Laos.


But maybe a Western dude would do best with a girl from "some Western country cut out and pasted into Laos."   :)   :P


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 27th Oct, 2014 at 11:38pm
In that case, why not just marry an American lady?

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by peterpan on 28th Oct, 2014 at 10:45am
Is there any native real american laday? ;D



Buk Nut wrote on 27th Oct, 2014 at 11:38pm:
In that case, why not just marry an American lady?


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by peterpan on 28th Oct, 2014 at 10:47am
How about the people in prime minister office? they are not laos?  ;D ;D ;D


Buk Nut wrote on 27th Oct, 2014 at 9:58am:
Why would you want to meet a girl in Vientiane? Vientiane isn't even really Laos to be honest. It's just like a section of Thailand or some Western country cut out and pasted into Laos.

Save yourself the trouble and get a real Lao girl from the rural areas, not a Vientiane rip-off. I don't think the people in Vientiane are even Lao.


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 28th Oct, 2014 at 11:43am
Those people are, yes. But most of the younger people in Vientiane aren't Lao anymore. Most of the older folk are Lao. But when they die, there will be no more Lao people left in Vientiane. In other parts of Laos there will still be some Lao people. Globalization and American capitalism have cast their malignant seeds to the wind to be blown along with the breezes, planting themselves in the dirt around this world and invading the brains of many young children . Those born out of the seed of capitalist slavery and globalism cannot be considered Lao.

A cat in a mask is still a cat..It's the same concept as North vs. South Korea. Neither of them are true Koreans because the North had its culture demolished by the Soviets and the South was demolished by America. The only real Koreans lived a long time ago.

R.I.P. the great people of Laos.


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Ron Lais on 3rd Nov, 2014 at 3:33am
You guys are no help at all!  I'm going to Vientiane on business.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 3rd Nov, 2014 at 1:15pm
You didnt ask for help, you just said you wanted to meet a girl. They are all over, you should have no trouble finding them.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by LaoPapaya on 3rd Nov, 2014 at 1:43pm
Agree, find one that loyal, not a gold digger! Hey try eharmony lmao!

Buk Nut wrote on 3rd Nov, 2014 at 1:15pm:
You didnt ask for help, you just said you wanted to meet a girl. They are all over, you should have no trouble finding them.


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 5th Nov, 2014 at 10:45am
I don't know what kind of Lao girls would be on eharmony though. I will get my Lao wife from one of the villages.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by TexasCowboy on 10th Nov, 2014 at 3:56pm
If you want a farm girl then you have to be willing to live in Laos. An ancient Irish proverb goes something like this "You marry a mountain girl and you marry the entire mountain" Lao is a mountainous country and it would be cruel to your future wife and her family to take her away from her family to a degenerate society like the United States.

It is a shame what is happening and your post about globalization was beautifully stated. North Korea, however, has still maintained much of authentic Korean culture. The next Asian country on the chopping block is the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. Thankfully, travel to the Shan states is severely restricted so we will have a pure Tai people for at least a few more years to come.

Also most Lao are still authentically Lao. Spend some more time in the countryside dude. The only invasion into their sphere of Lao-ness is perhaps Thai media.

That said, my Katu friends are worried about the up and coming generation. Apparently a lack of warfare has made the new generation of Katu lazy and complacent and most no longer spend years and years methodically studying hand to hand combat, strength conditioning, and black magic.


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 11th Nov, 2014 at 10:32am
Yes, that comment about North Korea was foolish. Korean culture does prevail there but they are suffering so bad that it's not worth keeping the culture for. They didn't exactly adopt Soviet culture, just the idea of Communism.

Live in Laos? Are you kidding me? Of course I want to live in Laos..I don't see how that's plausible though, because there aren't any good jobs there. Honestly, one of my biggest dreams is to be able to live in Laos, but given the Lao economy, I don't see how I can support a family while living in Laos. If you have any suggestions for me I am totally open man...I've got no idea. I need to be able to have a career, you know, in case I get sick or my wife gets sick and someone needs expensive treatment. The only way I can think to make money in Laos is working online or working in Thailand or America and commuting to visit her.

Yeah, I know most Lao people are still Lao, when I stayed in Laos it was mostly in the countryside, but the problem was transportation. I didn't have my own motorbike so I just rented them and I didn't want to spend a lot of money renting for days at a time, so I didn't get to explore the most remote villages out there.

TexasCowboy, how do you manage transportation? I usually just paid the locals to give me rides or rented motorbikes, anyways I got ripped off a couple times from the locals giving me rides and I spent more money than I should have. I plan to buy my own motorbike and take a self directed tour of the entire country..I wouldn't mind going to Yunnan province in China also..maybe Vietnam, Cambodia and Burma too.




Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by TexasCowboy on 11th Nov, 2014 at 1:22pm
Work online, work as a teacher in China or Korea for six months out of the year and then live in Laos for six months. Cut your costs by living on farm and eating what you yourself have grown. My goal is to save $200,000 by the time I am 32-34. At that point, I can open up a guesthouse, buy some farmland and a truck. Then maybe six months out of the year go to work abroad.

Your command of English is quite good and if your Lao is anywhere near as good as your English then you can find work as a translator and probably make around 18-20,000 USD a year once you've established yourself. You'd have to live in Vientiane which is not really all that bad.

My Lao is not nearly as good as my English. My spoken Lao is decent but I am barely literate and it is very difficult for me to read. I am working on that and plan to devote at least an hour a day for the next few years. If I could find work as a translator, I'd jump at the opportunity if I could make more than $900USD/month.


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 11th Nov, 2014 at 3:03pm
Well, I can read both Thai and Lao very easily. They are practically the same alphabet, except Lao government made Lao phonetic. My English vocabulary is bigger than my Thai or Lao vocabulary, but I've never had any issues expressing ideas in Lao or Thai. I could become a translator fairly easily I figure. Anyways, I have some friends in Laos who do tour guides around Laos and they've invited me to work, but I'm not certain that the money is good.

I guess I could help you read Lao in my spare time. You help me, I help you. I'm sure you could be useful to me someday. That is, if you want.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by TexasCowboy on 11th Nov, 2014 at 11:26pm
Your profile says you are 25. Bro, if you can already speak good Thai and Lao and are in the process of learning Khmer, you could probably get into linguistics and turn that into a career. You are still young. I still have a silly dream of going back to the US to study linguistics myself. Almost nobody has a good command of Lao, Thai, and English. Just go to Laos and get into teaching, accept that yes, you will only make $100-300 a month. Work and save a few thousand in the bank as a backup plan while you're in the states. If you are sociable and amiable then you could probably get tips and make more than $300/month working as a tour guide. If you start to learn minority languages then you can probably get a scholarship or funding from a university and start publishing scholarly papers. If you are 100% falang like me you can go to the countryside and provide a few hours of language instruction a week in exchange for food and shelter. Even if you are the product of miscegenation, most Lao will be open-minded and tolerable to you and will still respect your English skils. The possibilities in Lao PDR for a person who is truly passionate about anthropology are nearly limitless. Or go to Xishuangbanna, PRC and teach English and start studying the Dai minority language and Chinese.

Really I wish I had your experiences growing up as a child. Living in the United States for 20 years and never having taken language study seriously before going to Asia, it is now difficult and time consuming to pick up these languages. I'd probably have to devote a full two years solely to learning Lao before I could write well in the language.  I have acquired truly nauseating habits during my upbringing because suburban American life is so superficial and boring. The US is only 250 years old and most of the so-called culture is actually a form of corrupted culture borrowed from an immigrant group or it is a product peddled and promoted by soulless greedheads whose motivations are money, power, and control.

Check out SEAlang.net. If anything else, it will give you a lifelong hobby that is relatively inexpensive and enormously rewarding. For the past few days I've dedicated most of my free time to studying linguistics, Lao grammar in particular. Check out some articles by Nick Enfield. The man is truly an inspiration and I have a lot of respect for his work.


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 12th Nov, 2014 at 12:32am
As a matter of fact, I used SEAlang to teach myself how to read certain languages. I know where you can get an MA in linguistics in Southeast Asia, no need to go back to the USA bro. It is an accredited program taught in English. If you are interested then drop me a PM as I prefer not to reveal too much publicly, to protect my identity. Yes, I was on my way to learning a few minority languages, but I made some hilarious f--- ups and embarassed myself in a couple villages, no worries though, there are thousands of villages still. Again, drop me a PM and we shall talk.

Learning languages should not be too hard if you try. A word will have a definition. It's as simple as x=y. This symbol=this sound, this combination of sounds=this meaning.

I guess it's easier said than done, but if you have ever taken advanced math or engineering courses you will know that language is a breeze compared to these.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by TexasCowboy on 12th Nov, 2014 at 10:50am
I haven't taken advanced engineering or mathematics courses but I know many mathematicians and engineers who have spent years living abroad and cannot speak a word of the local language or any language other than English. I take your point though. It is easy to pick up languages; it just requires persistence and lots of time.

I don't know how you could crappity smack up in the villages unless you were yelling or acting belligerent towards the inhabitants. I have spent a lot of time in villages all over the south of Champasak and generally people are very hospitable and will provide the necessities of life for free. A foreigner could probably live for free in Laos and walk from village to village and live there for a few weeks before moving on to the next village.

Your point about words having a concrete definition is incorrect. Many concepts in English have only incongruous parallels in Lao. A good example would be "ພູ" which phrasebooks and dictionaries translate as mountain or hill. In fact, based on my own experience and the observation and writings of linguist Nick Enfield, "ພູ" refers more generally to mountainous or hilly terrain. In other words, there is no word or concept in Lao for a mountain as a thing itself. There are any number of examples. Even terms for basic posture and emotions are not entirely equivalent between Lao and English.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 12th Nov, 2014 at 11:46am
Well, I didn't mean word for word. I didn't mean that (Lao word)=(English Word). x=y could mean a lot of things. What I meant was, (Lao Word)=(X concept, Y Concept). Sure some words can have multiple meanings, but there are no variables. Each word represents one or more concepts.

Usually each word just represents one concept, though some may represent 2 or more depending on how they are used. All you have to do to learn a language is attach that word to the concepts and you are done. There are no/few variables in language learning. That is what I meant, not that any language translates directly into another, you mistook my meaning.

Anyways, no I have never acted belligerently towards the locals in Laos but I did make a silly blunder that was embarrassing to me and I'm not banned from any village in Laos but I am too ashamed to go back to one because of something stupid I did, though it did not cause any harm to be honest.

Anyways, like I have said, I live in a western country but I have Lao heritage. Another person of Lao descent I know, also speaks Lao but not as fluently as I, went to Laos and was behaving badly. All the Lao kids who grew up in Western countries that I know have bad manners and try to emulate the Black gang culture. This guy punched out a couple Lao guys in bars and was about to get arrested but luckily he had a friend with connections.

About the word ພູ, in Thai it's called พูเขา and it definitely refers to a single mountain and it even has a classifier, ลูก.

To express the idea of 7 mountains, one would write:
ฎูเขาเจ็ดลูก

I guess the classifier in Lao would be ໜ່ວຍ

ພູດອຍເຈັດໜ່ວຍ

Admin Saovaluck please correct me if I am wrong.


Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by TexasCowboy on 14th Nov, 2014 at 2:31am
Read this article:

Enfield, N. J. (2008). Linguistic categories and their utilities: The case of Lao landscape terms. (N. Burenhult, Ed.)Language Sciences, 30(2/3), 227 255. doi:10.1016/j.langsci.2006.12.030
http://nickenfield.org/publications/

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by Mak Nad on 15th Nov, 2014 at 4:19am
I read through it a bit, and I understand that. Maybe ພູ alone means a hilly terrain, but I know for sure that ພູດອຍ means mountain.


For example, the Northern Thai Kam Muang language also uses the word "Doi" to refer to mountains. Ever heard of Doi Inthanon? Doi Suthep? They're both in Chiang Mai. It's the same in the Lao language. Northern Thai is actually similar to Lao in some ways, but it's very different in others. Northern Thai, Tai Lue and Shan share a lot of vocabulary.

Have you ever heard of the word ໂນນ or ເນີນ? That means hill in Lao and Thai. What I'm going by is the fact that I speak Lao every day to my family and I have spoken to a lot of Lao people. The Lao script, like Thai, Khmer, Burmese and Hindi, is an abugida (it's technically not an alphabet), which is a system of writing where vowels don't exist alone without consonants and must always attack to a consonant. so it's very easy to learn. At least it was for me. I find languages that use alphabets to be more difficult, like English for example. The only thing with abugidas is that you have to learn new symbols, and that's about it. If you know one abugida then you can learn another abugida easily..

Anyways, I never really analyzed Lao linguistically because I speak it every day, kind of how an English person never analyzes the English language unless he's into linguistics or whatever.

Title: Re: The average female face for Laos
Post by gungchang on 10th Sep, 2015 at 6:39am

ba dac wrote on 23rd Nov, 2013 at 11:34am:
;D wow i'm digging mongolia.i think she's prtty cute

I just moved to Inner Mongolia from Thailand. It's a good thing that I'm an old married man. My students are indeed attractive and some dress like models.

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