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"Drunk, don't drive", this is totally the wrong campaign's slogan in Laos.
How can drunk people admit that they are drunk?
No matter how many glass of beer, or alcohol they drink, they always say they are O.K.

In Japan, the slogan is " Don't drive whenever you drink"
Even a glass of any kind of alcohol, if you drink and drive, you will be fined, and all the people in the same car will also be fined.

It is time to change the slogan from "Drunk, don't drive" to "Don't drive whenever you  drink"

What do you think ?



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I guess beerlao company is trying to be political correct?  Trying to educate lao folks to not drive drunk?

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ເມົາແລ້ວຫ້າມຂັບລົດ

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They probably try to sell few more beer Laos by advocating ppl that it's ok to have just couple glasses of BeerLao b4 you drive.  Just remember ppl have different tolerance of alcohol in their systems.  Me 4example, one can of beer, just knock me right out baby.
But other ppl take 6 cans and they just like warm up 4them.

Sincere person; mpls,MN

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They probably try to sell few more beer Laos by advocating ppl that it's ok to have just couple glasses of BeerLao b4 you drive.  Just remember ppl have different tolerance of alcohol in their systems.  Me 4example, one can of beer, just knock me right out baby.
But other ppl take 6 cans and they just like warm up 4them.

Sincere person; mpls,MN



What are you talking about?
It seemed to me you can't read Lao or understand its meaning that's all Mr.Hmong!no
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The sign reads  ເມົາບໍ່ຂັບລົດ or ເມົາແລ້ວຫ້າມຂັບລົດ. 

Can you translate those Lao words in English.
















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ຖ້າດຶ່ມ ຫ້າມຂັບ ຈະຫລັບບໍ່ຕື່ນ 

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ຖ້າດຶ່ມ ຫ້າມຂັບ ຈະຫລັບບໍ່ຕື່ນ




this is too longno



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"Drunk, don't drive", this is totally the wrong campaign's slogan in Laos.
How can drunk people admit that they are drunk?
No matter how many glass of beer, or alcohol they drink, they always say they are O.K.

In Japan, the slogan is " Don't drive whenever you drink"
Even a glass of any kind of alcohol, if you drink and drive, you will be fined, and all the people in the same car will also be fined.

It is time to change the slogan from "Drunk, don't drive" to "Don't drive whenever you  drink"

What do you think ?



They do not do the blood alcohol testing  and they don't pull you over just becuase they think you has been drinking... so they have to say when drunk don't drive how else would they say it?

Nangdarling

 



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Anonymous wrote:

 

Anonymous wrote:



"Drunk, don't drive", this is totally the wrong campaign's slogan in Laos.
How can drunk people admit that they are drunk?
No matter how many glass of beer, or alcohol they drink, they always say they are O.K.

In Japan, the slogan is " Don't drive whenever you drink"
Even a glass of any kind of alcohol, if you drink and drive, you will be fined, and all the people in the same car will also be fined.

It is time to change the slogan from "Drunk, don't drive" to "Don't drive whenever you  drink"

What do you think ?



They do not do the blood alcohol testing  and they don't pull you over just becuase they think you has been drinking... so they have to say when drunk don't drive how else would they say it?

Nangdarling

 

 



drunk dont drive is ok for me, dont compare with japan, If we do like japan, how we go home after a cup of beer Lao?confuse

 



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Anonymous wrote:



"Drunk, don't drive", this is totally the wrong campaign's slogan in Laos.
How can drunk people admit that they are drunk?
No matter how many glass of beer, or alcohol they drink, they always say they are O.K.

In Japan, the slogan is " Don't drive whenever you drink"
Even a glass of any kind of alcohol, if you drink and drive, you will be fined, and all the people in the same car will also be fined.

It is time to change the slogan from "Drunk, don't drive" to "Don't drive whenever you  drink"

What do you think ?



They do not do the blood alcohol testing  and they don't pull you over just becuase they think you has been drinking... so they have to say when drunk don't drive how else would they say it?

Nangdarling

 

 



Drink n drive don't mix!

 



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When you drink, don't drive. This mean you don't drive when you drink even though you are not drunk.

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When you drink, don't drive. This mean you don't drive when you drink even though you are not drunk.



It means you're not suppose to drink when you're driving bcus they don't go well or do well to gather.

 



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ເຫົ້ລາກັບລົດເກີ່ດອັນຕະລາຍ

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