What the heck is GY?

Posted on Friday, August 3rd 2007 5:16 am by menj in Internet, ISP

Its a very funny clip in Bahasa Melayu by two well-known Hong Kong actors (I’m guessing that the voice is dubbed), but I don’t get the conclusion. What the heck is GY?

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    • thexbox360player says:

      July 20th, 2012 at 5:32 am

      Also, can you tell me the “sincerely” you guys use as a complimentary close at the ending of letters? And, what are some other words for “sincerely” in Malay? Terima Kasih in advance for your replies!

    • Seth says:

      July 22nd, 2012 at 10:04 am

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v....._embedded#!
      Dammit this makes me so mad!
      First of all, she’s horrible live, second the song…it’s so different from their first album.
      It’s so shallow and gag-gy.
      and then she looks so fake, with the makeup (funny how she barely wore makeup before BIA came out)…
      Haha she’s trying too hard to appeal to guys…even back in June, they were so unknown. I would ask someone and they would reply “who the heck are they”

      Rant over -_-

      *mumbles to self* SELL-OUTS.
      That’s the exact definition of a sellout, someone who changes their style to appeal to a wider audience…..

      Rant really over >_>

      I did support BIA when it came out, but they ripped off their fans SO bad.

      Oh, and isn’t it funny that they couldn’t find a replacement bassist for the video and made the rhythm guitarist (who can’t play bass) play bass?? LOL.

      That’s a band that does not take live shows and their fans seriously.
      I have seen Hey Monday live once.
      They were okay.
      I compared it to live footage two years back, amazing.
      I normally support a band when they become more famous, and even if they changed their style, I’d never stop giving them another chance.
      I think it was more about acting fake and switching their style. They used to rock out on stage, and jump around and do crazy shit.

    • Michael C says:

      July 22nd, 2012 at 11:44 am

      I watched it as a child. I think it’s early 90’s however.

      They are puppets, and two lead characters, a gy and a girl, and her pet furry thing with big teeth. There is this stone they are trying to recover (or put back?) and in their way stand the frequent causes of my nightmares as a child, these monks, who are hooded and look like vultures.

      It is NOT ‘legend of the sacred stone’, a thai film also using puppets. But the title is very similar I am sure, however when I internet search it turns up nothing.

      Help ?

    • Courtney says:

      July 24th, 2012 at 4:40 pm

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v....._embedded#!
      Dammit this makes me so mad!
      First of all, she’s horrible live, second the song…it’s so different from their first album.
      It’s so shallow and gag-gy.
      and then she looks so fake, with the makeup (funny how she barely wore makeup before BIA came out)…
      Haha she’s trying too hard to appeal to guys…even back in June, they were so unknown. I would ask someone and they would reply “who the heck are they”

      Rant over -_-

      *mumbles to self* SELL-OUTS.
      That’s the exact definition of a sellout, someone who changes their style to appeal to a wider audience…..

      Rant really over >_>

      I did support BIA when it came out, but they ripped off their fans SO bad.

      Oh, and isn’t it funny that they couldn’t find a replacement bassist for the video and made the rhythm guitarist (who can’t play bass) play bass?? LOL.

      That’s a band that does not take live shows and their fans seriously.
      I have seen Hey Monday live once.
      They were okay.
      I compared it to live footage two years back, amazing.
      I normally support a band when they become more famous, and even if they changed their style, I’d never stop giving them another chance.
      I think it was more about acting fake and switching their style. They used to rock out on stage, and jump around and do crazy shit.

    • Marlon P says:

      July 25th, 2012 at 12:28 am

      I watched it as a child. I think it’s early 90’s however.

      They are puppets, and two lead characters, a gy and a girl, and her pet furry thing with big teeth. There is this stone they are trying to recover (or put back?) and in their way stand the frequent causes of my nightmares as a child, these monks, who are hooded and look like vultures.

      It is NOT ‘legend of the sacred stone’, a thai film also using puppets. But the title is very similar I am sure, however when I internet search it turns up nothing.

      Help ?

    • musicistabest says:

      July 26th, 2012 at 1:25 am

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v....._embedded#!
      Dammit this makes me so mad!
      First of all, she’s horrible live, second the song…it’s so different from their first album.
      It’s so shallow and gag-gy.
      and then she looks so fake, with the makeup (funny how she barely wore makeup before BIA came out)…
      Haha she’s trying too hard to appeal to guys…even back in June, they were so unknown. I would ask someone and they would reply “who the heck are they”

      Rant over -_-

      *mumbles to self* SELL-OUTS.
      That’s the exact definition of a sellout, someone who changes their style to appeal to a wider audience…..

      Rant really over >_>

      I did support BIA when it came out, but they ripped off their fans SO bad.

      Oh, and isn’t it funny that they couldn’t find a replacement bassist for the video and made the rhythm guitarist (who can’t play bass) play bass?? LOL.

      That’s a band that does not take live shows and their fans seriously.
      I have seen Hey Monday live once.
      They were okay.
      I compared it to live footage two years back, amazing.
      I normally support a band when they become more famous, and even if they changed their style, I’d never stop giving them another chance.
      I think it was more about acting fake and switching their style. They used to rock out on stage, and jump around and do crazy shit.

    • Patrick says:

      September 26th, 2012 at 10:43 am

      Roma/rromany/rromani needing info on being LGBT in the UK?
      Hi, I’m of rroma ethnicity (gypsy) and I need some info on how or what happens to gay rroma in the uk. I need links, info, stories, support groups, heck, anything. Do they get beat up? honnor killed? truthfully I don’t know anyone to ask.

      Also I can’t open this page

      http://gaylife.about.com/b/2008/02/20/gy
      you don’t have to click it, but if you do can someone copy and paste what is on the page here? I can’t open it. I think it might be usefull.
      many thanks.
      @andme… thanks v much!

      @bamboo… are you rroma? seriously? and gay?

    • whites are not the only racists says:

      October 15th, 2012 at 12:00 pm

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v....._embedded#!
      Dammit this makes me so mad!
      First of all, she’s horrible live, second the song…it’s so different from their first album.
      It’s so shallow and gag-gy.
      and then she looks so fake, with the makeup (funny how she barely wore makeup before BIA came out)…
      Haha she’s trying too hard to appeal to guys…even back in June, they were so unknown. I would ask someone and they would reply “who the heck are they”

      Rant over -_-

      *mumbles to self* SELL-OUTS.
      That’s the exact definition of a sellout, someone who changes their style to appeal to a wider audience…..

      Rant really over >_>

      I did support BIA when it came out, but they ripped off their fans SO bad.

      Oh, and isn’t it funny that they couldn’t find a replacement bassist for the video and made the rhythm guitarist (who can’t play bass) play bass?? LOL.

      That’s a band that does not take live shows and their fans seriously.
      I have seen Hey Monday live once.
      They were okay.
      I compared it to live footage two years back, amazing.
      I normally support a band when they become more famous, and even if they changed their style, I’d never stop giving them another chance.
      I think it was more about acting fake and switching their style. They used to rock out on stage, and jump around and do crazy shit.

    • dealy says:

      October 21st, 2012 at 2:35 pm

      What is the meaning of ‘sekadar senyum’ in English? Does it mean, ‘just smile’? Terima kasih (thank you) in advance 🙂

    • Random says:

      October 27th, 2012 at 1:23 am

      Or are these spoken so differently that they cannot be mutually understood?

    • Victoria T says:

      October 30th, 2012 at 12:43 pm

      Allright, I need some help in my project. Any website about tradisional indian marriages ??? The website can be in English or in Bahasa Melayu only. Any help will be deeply appriciated. And if the website is good, you will receive 10 points.

    • Sahil says:

      November 8th, 2012 at 11:06 pm

      I study bahasa Indonesia in aus and i am vsiting malaysia at end of year will malaysians get offended if i cant speak Bahasa Melayu properly
      TERIMA KASIH DONG! Thanx heaps for replying so quick u have all been so nice ! Lebih baik saya guna suay atau aku? saya tahu bahwa “saya” lebih ramah tapi itu terlalu sopan atau tidak? Trims sekali lagi ya ! Kalau mau add saya ke msn ya boleh melissa_trinca@hotmail.com

    • Erin says:

      November 20th, 2012 at 5:02 pm

      I remember when i was younger i played a FF game where when you start out, you start in front of a huge city, and that it was played on a SNES, and i believe the main characters were a gy and a girl, but i can’t really remember. Heck, for all i know i could not even be a FF game! If anyone thinks this sounds familiar, it would be great if you could name the game, lol.

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