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Thursday, February 19, 2009

NaisaiKu-niversal

NAISAIKU-NIVERSAL

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THAI ALPHABET

เขา ทำ รองเท้า หาย
‘อะไรวะ เขา เมา มาก’ หล่อน ถอนหายใจ
‘สวัสดี’ เขาหัวเราะ
‘อะไรวะ เขา เมา มาก’ หล่อน ถอนหายใจ
‘สวัสดี’ เขาหัวเราะ
‘อะไรวะ เขา เมา มาก’ หล่อน ถอนหายใจ
เขา ทำ รองเท้า หาย


TRANSLITERATED

Khao tam rongtao hai
‘Arai-wa khao mao mark’ lon thonhaijai
‘Sawasdee’ khao hua-ro
‘ARAI-WA KHAO MAO MARK’ LON THON HAI JAI
‘Sawasdee’ khao hua-ro
‘Arai-wa khao mao mark’ lon thonhaijai
Khao tam rongtao hai


CODED - (THAI NUMERALS)

๕๓๐๔๕ ๕๑๔ ๕๓๕๐๗ ๓๔
๕๔๖๑๕ ๓๔๕ ,๕๕๓๗๖๓๗ ๕๓๔ ๗๗๓๔ ๔๐,
๕๓๗๖๖๑๖ ๓๔ ,๐๗๗๓๔,
๕๔๖๑๕ ๓๔๕ ,๕๕๓๗๖๓๗ ๕๓๔ ๗๗๒๔ ๔๐,
๕๓๗๖๖๑๖ ๓๔ ,๐๗๗๓๔,
๕๔๖๑๕ ๓๔๕ ,๕๕๓๗๖๓๗ ๕๓๔ ๗๗๓๔ ๔๐,
๕๓๐๔๕ ๕๑๔ ๕๓๕๐๗ ๓๔


CODED - (WESTERN NUMERALS)

53045 514 53507 34
54615 345 ‘5537637 5,34 ,7734 40,
5376616 34 ‘,07734,
54615 345 ‘5537637 5,34 ,7734 40,
5376616 34 ‘,07734,
54615 345 ‘5537637 5,34 ,7734 40,
53045 514 53507 34


DECODED











16 comments:

  1. Hi Stan, Mister Linky Thingy NEEDS THIS! You've pushed the barriers of this form from cyberspace into the multi-verse!
    WoW!

    The NaisaiKu.. Challenge!

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  2. Stan, You're a firkin genius!

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  3. Thanks Andy; NaisaiKu has no limits.

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  4. Hi Stan, I'd draw the line at doing it upside down, however there was this one bloke who said he did it under water...

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  5. Said it underwater? Must have been hard to understand.

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  6. I forget to mention, he was the piano tuner on a submarine...

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  7. absolutely creative. lol. took me some time to get the decoded naisaku. lol.

    amazingly creative mind you have

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  8. When we don't trust, we use codes to keep our secrets safe, but I trust you so I provided the translations.

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  9. Wow!!!This is limitless Naisaiku

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  10. Now that was clever - very clever.

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  11. Creative! At first I thought it said "he loses his snoss" and couldn't figure out what the heck you were talking about! Then I realized it was "shoes"! That made sense!

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  12. Thanks to:
    Jeeves; Maybe we can take it further.
    Anthony North; At school, we used to play word games with calculators.
    Linda Jacobs; It's dedicated to the shoe losers of the world.

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  13. You are so clever! Stirs my sole and meant to last, unflung and unsung.

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  14. Thanks to:
    Spacedlaw; No boundaries - fun with words and numbers.
    Tumblewords; NaisaiKu songs...I might try one.

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