- interj. Singapore get lost!
- From Hokkien 閃 (POJ siám). (Wiktionary)
“The chocolate habanero ... the golden ghost, the pequin, the siam hot and the scarlet lantern.”
“Uh huh, you are neutral alright and I am the king of siam.”
“Some of the cuisine's dishes have worked their way into restaurants overseas, but others -- barbecued stingray, peanutty satay noodles, spicy Malay mee siam -- can be hard to find outside of Singapore.”
“Everyone toured the exhibits after the speeches and local delights like mee siam served as dinner.”
“We all gathered, along with auntyglory, at the Eurasian Community House restaurant, for a fantastic buffet brunch of beef rendang, devil's curry, mee siam, and much more.”
“Ohai, Goosi, aifinkso Aahz wuz sai tu numbur as we goze alawng but wut if 2 aor moor poastz at siam tiem?”
“Siam the mayan Thomas, siam the mayan echoed in her mind like a primitive drumbeat.”
“She struggled to keep from losing herself, like a drowning person batting the water and fighting for air, but she was too tired to raise herself into consciousness, and the primitive chant surrounded her: Siam the mayan Thomas, siam the mayan—until she finally slipped through the dense thicket of words into sleep.”
“Once, in the brief moment before sleep, when her mind loosened itself from her control, an unwelcome sound unmoored itself from her memory and threaded through her thoughts: multiple voices chanting in unison, Siam the mayan Thomas, siam the mayan.”
“Soon the whole room was swaying with the voodoolike chant, and all the words started blending together: “Siam the mayan Thomas, siam the mayan.””
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Words from the songs of Frank Black, a.k.a. Black Francis
This is really a Vanished Lands II (the owner of the original having vanished himself). I am stealing also, however, from Transtemporal AAA, Places - real and imagined, and States of mind.
A roadtrip for the ages. Archaic, uncommon, alternative, etc.
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