What is neh neh Pok?

What is neh neh Pok?

neh neh = breast ( in hokkien) & the commonly used POK for puff…the neh neh looks like a big pok (puff), and hence neh neh pok!.

What does CB mean in Singapore?

For the uninitiated, in Singapore “CB” often stands for “cheebye” which basically means “cunt” in Hokkien.)

What does Wah Lau mean?

Oh my Dad
Originated from Hokkien. “Wah lau” is translated to “Oh my Dad”, and the “eh” is added to enhance this. The expression is commonly used to profess surprise or that something is stupid, can be compared to “Oh my God!”.

What is Chio Bu?

CB is also known as “chio bu“, a Hokkien phrase which means actually means buxom lady. In the Singaporean context, however, it is the guys’ favourite phrase to describe the presence of an attractive girl. The everyday Singaporean: A: Eh bro, chiobu!

What does buxom lady mean?

Definition of buxom 1 : vigorously or healthily plump a buxom warm friendly woman— Burl Ives specifically : full-bosomed. 2 archaic : full of gaiety. 3 obsolete. a : obedient, tractable.

How do you insult a Singaporean?

How to piss off a Singaporean

  1. Tell us we’re located in China.
  2. Think we’re stupid because you don’t understand Singlish.
  3. Keep bringing up the chewing gum ban.
  4. Joke about Singapore being a “fine city.”
  5. Talk about Michael Fay.
  6. Trash our local hawker delicacies.
  7. Assume we are politically ignorant.
  8. Complain about Singapore.

What is Yao Siew?

Teochew Swear Word #7 – Yao siu (夭寿) or Dor mia (短命) or Za si (早死): Variations to mean short life or early death.

What does Siao Liao mean?

Siao liao. A Hokkien exclamation used when something has gone horribly wrong.

Why do Singaporeans use lah?

‘Lah’: a common understanding Singlish uses about 11 particles, mostly borrowed from Chinese dialects like Hokkien or Cantonese, to indicate the attitude of how something is said. This simple three-letter word can mean an affirmation, dismissal, exasperation or exclamation in different contexts.

Is buxom a bad word?

The word buxom has been attested for around 800 years. It changed connotations from primarily positive to more negative (licentious) and arguably back again (curvy and voluptuous generally have positive resonances).