May 25, 2003

DIDI MAO!

I'm watching The Deer Hunter for the second time today. That means I'm a person with too much time on their hands. Or one who's enjoying their first day off without multiple obligations in a month. The hard part? Wading through the interminable one hour wedding scene (although it does have George Dzundza in it. I'd forgotten that). I like to cut to the chase, however. The Russian Roulette. Mao! Mao!

Posted by Kim at May 25, 2003 9:05 PM
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Love George Dzundza! You made me want to watch this movie again.

Posted by: Da Goddess at May 26, 2003 11:46 PM

Today in Orlando a Muslim woman is going on trial regarding her drivers license picture. I'm sure you've heard about it. Should be interesting but ultimately frustrating. It is ironic that the woman's last name is Freeman.

Posted by: Lynne at May 27, 2003 6:36 AM

Doesn't this woman realize that wearing a burka in her DL picture will give the cops in this state free reign to beat and club all veiled women on the pretext it's her?

Posted by: KIm at May 27, 2003 4:11 PM

Can anyone tell me what the hell "Didi Mao" means? It's driving me crazy!

Posted by: midgod07 at November 16, 2003 10:38 PM

to "didi mao" (pronounced "dee-dee mahew" (rhymes with cow) is US Military/Vietnamese slang for "go away" or "bug out" or "get out of here".

Obviously from the Vietnam War, the phrase is still occasionally in use by the US Services.

Posted by: rbraunger at September 26, 2004 2:21 PM

ah thanx googled didi mao sence i recently saw a simsons episode when bart put skinner in a dodgeboll bag after he had been talking about "nam" ..... nice to know

Posted by: hehe at June 7, 2005 8:39 AM

(oh he yelled didi mao at skinner when he tried to force skinner to climb a rope in the (im not so good at english) ... in the hall where u practice sports in school.... :p

Posted by: hehe at June 7, 2005 8:41 AM

It actually means 'Hurry Up' in Vietnamese but the US use it in many contexts.

Posted by: Blue at June 25, 2005 5:17 PM

gym?

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Posted by: mr.opium at January 5, 2006 1:11 PM

didi mao is puerto rican for eat a monk's robe

Posted by: jizzy b at January 5, 2006 1:15 PM

I think that "didi mao" means "get back to work"
in vietnamese

Posted by: boy mommy at January 5, 2006 1:18 PM

"didi mao" means "do it now" in some asian language. i think it mite be vietnamese but i'm not sure.

Posted by: munky 2 fabulous at August 27, 2006 6:31 AM

Damn.... what the HELL does ``didi mao means!! I finally find some answers and u all explain it different. Isnt there any aisan guyes here???

Posted by: SWEDEN at September 19, 2006 4:19 PM

It means hurry up or something like that..

Posted by: Wayfarer at November 18, 2006 9:46 PM

"di di mao", trasnlated to English means "go go fast," but its not proper to say it that way in Vietnamese, they say "di mao" which is more proper. You'd use it in the context where you are bidding someone to "go faster", or "go now". Hope that helps.

Posted by: Viet Dude at November 24, 2006 8:04 PM

hey my name is Didi but i dont know what it means...

Posted by: Didi at January 8, 2008 8:43 PM

Didi Mao was an Asian goddess of Speed, in Vietnam. She was called upon in ancient times to help the farmers collect their fields and to help in herding of cattle and sheep.

Posted by: DiDiMao at March 23, 2009 6:51 PM

Did Mao ever dee dee with you guys in the rice paddies back in Quang Ninh? Remember all those yoke driven oxen and those Vietnamese hats they called Non Quai Thao? The Saigon strip joints are all gone now. Good riddance some would argue. But nowhere else in the world (except maybe Paris) can you get a happy pancake moist in Nước chấm with the little green and red chili peppers from Portugal, or a bowl of Thit Bò Cuðn lá Lðt. You know - those little marinated grilled beef cigars wraped in paper lá lðt (Betel leaves) like mother used to make back in Scarsdale. Mmmmm. And that sauce with fennel and rice vinnegar. I'd dee dee mao with that meal anywhere as long as I don't have to tunnel rat myself into a hole in the ground in order to chow down with some of thsat Vietnamese pussy. I know it sounds a little disrespectful, but VietNam is (or was, anyway) so cool. Annamese women are beautiful, too - and trustworthy.

Posted by: Steve Lacy - SunRa at November 23, 2009 2:52 AM

Remember Quang Ninh? And all those yoke driven oxen and those Vietnamese hats they called Non Quai Thao? I need a happy pancake moist in Nước chấm with the little green and red chili peppers from Portugal, or a bowl of Thit Bò Cuðn lá Lðt. You know - those little marinated grilled beef cigars wraped in paper lá lðt (Betel leaves) like mother used to make back in Scarsdale. I'd dee dee mao with that meal anywhere as long as I don't have to tunnel rat myself into a hole and get shot for my efforts.

Posted by: Steve Lacy - SunRa at November 23, 2009 2:57 AM

Remember Quang Ninh? And those straw hats they called Non Quai Thao? And happy pancakes moist in Nước chấm or a bowl of Thit Bò Cuðn lá Lðt - and wrapped in paper lá lðt (Betel leaves). I'd dee dee mao with that meal anywhere.

Posted by: Steve Lacy - SunRa at November 23, 2009 3:00 AM

hey my name is Didi but i dont know what it means...

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