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Cheering In Thai - "su Su!"

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Chai Yo

 

I may step in at this point :

 

" Chaiooooooo " to my best knowledge used by elderly boardmembers at the occasion of an unexpected hard-on . I could imagine a preceding " SuSu !! SuSu !!" by Miss Nok would well fit in here .

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It means fight on to the finish line...

 

The also use it when they say:

 

soo mai dai

 

Spoken about They(another person) Cannot compete cannot fight if the speaker thinks they themselves are better

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I do a lot of running here in Thailand and 'su su' indeed means a form of encouragement, like, fight on or keep going, hang in there!

If you want to encourage somebody, you say to him/her 'su su', happened to ma a lot of times during my runs and now I use it myself on a regular base.

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My favourite event for hearing this particular chant is the Thai college girl cheerleader competitions. They are quite a visual spectacle and make for a thoroughly enjoyable day out.

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