I eat a lot. A whole lot of f Thai food that is. I have an obsession with Thai dishes. If I was on death row for committing a capital crime, my last meal would be Kra-pow gai. That's basil leaf chicken for non kon-thais (thai people)
A long time ago my ex and I would always giggle whenever we heard people say "Can we order the FAT Thai. I know sometimes the menu reads FAT thai, but really you should pronounce it phut thai or pad thai.
In Thai you have two very commonly used expressions Kap (for men) Ka (for ladies).
You’ll almost always use these words at the end of greeting or requests from others when you’re being polite.
For instance you can say:
Sa Wat Dii Kap. (How are you?)
Sabai Dii Ka (I’m good thanks)
Yu Tii Nai Kap (Where you from)
Tii Nai Rian Mt. SAC (I Study at Mt. Sac.) Rian means to study.
You can almost always recognize thai language by the ending of Ka or Kap with a falling down accent and stress sounds.