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    1. It stems from Thailand apparently. It’s called “Tinglish” (aka Thai+English) so when the locals began conversing with tourists, it’s one of the phrases that stuck and is now being used in many other places. Thank God for globalisations 😁

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      1. I read your piece on waffles, but for some reason, I cannot leave a comment–I have changed my site and my password for my site is not the same (apparently) as the one for WordPress comments. Sorry.

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      2. They are not blocked, but when I put in my email address, everything looks good, but then it wants me to sign in–even though I am already signed in.
        I will work on it.

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