Melody MN845 undressed

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Hugh

Melody MN845 undressed
« on: 31 Aug 2016, 08:17 pm »
No words needed.  :D


mca

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #1 on: 31 Aug 2016, 10:11 pm »
That is some tidy wiring! What parts are used inside?

Hugh

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #2 on: 1 Sep 2016, 12:47 am »
Mundorf & Nichicon, among others.

mresseguie

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #3 on: 1 Sep 2016, 03:07 am »
There's just something special about undressed Asian beauties... :wink:

It just so happens that my wife is an Asian beauty and her English name just happens to be Melody.  8)

Thanks for the tube porn, Hugh!  :thumb:

Hugh

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #4 on: 1 Sep 2016, 03:13 am »
There's just something special about undressed Asian beauties... :wink:

It just so happens that my wife is an Asian beauty and her English name just happens to be Melody.  8)

Thanks for the tube porn, Hugh!  :thumb:

My pleasure Michael.

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Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #5 on: 1 Sep 2016, 03:25 am »
There's just something special about undressed Asian beauties... :wink:

It just so happens that my wife is an Asian beauty and her English name just happens to be Melody.  8)

Thanks for the tube porn, Hugh!  :thumb:
Congrats, the Mandarim language also have a beautiful musical sound.

Guy 13

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #6 on: 1 Sep 2016, 04:07 am »
My wife is also an Asian beauty
and her name is Hong Ngoc which means: Ruby or precious stone.

Guy 13
on planet Vietnam.



Hugh

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #7 on: 1 Sep 2016, 01:30 pm »
My wife is also an Asian beauty
and her name is Hong Ngoc which means: Ruby or precious stone.

Guy 13
on planet Vietnam.


:thumb:

mresseguie

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #8 on: 1 Sep 2016, 04:47 pm »
Guy,

Very nice!

Even though they are different languages, I still notice some similarities. In this case your wife's name contains two parts 'Hong' and 'Ngoc'. It sure looks as though the Vietnamese 'hong' is the same as the Mandarin 'hong' for red, yes? Additionally,in several Asian cultures jade is held in high esteem with many stones' names containing the phoneme 'Yu'. Is it possible that Ngoc has the same meaning as Yu?

If this is the case, Hugh, is your surname Ngoc? [I ask because my wife's surname is Yu.]

Call me a geek, but I find all the Asian languages' similarities and ancestries very interesting.

Hugh

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #9 on: 1 Sep 2016, 05:06 pm »
Guy,

Very nice!

Even though they are different languages, I still notice some similarities. In this case your wife's name contains two parts 'Hong' and 'Ngoc'. It sure looks as though the Vietnamese 'hong' is the same as the Mandarin 'hong' for red, yes? Additionally,in several Asian cultures jade is held in high esteem with many stones' names containing the phoneme 'Yu'. Is it possible that Ngoc has the same meaning as Yu?

If this is the case, Hugh, is your surname Ngoc? [I ask because my wife's surname is Yu.]

Call me a geek, but I find all the Asian languages' similarities and ancestries very interesting.

Morning Michael,

You are correct about Hong as in Red.
Not sure about Ngoc & Yu though.

Re Chinese languages such as Mandarin & Cantonese, modern day people said Chinese languages have different dialects while in reality, if we go back to the time of the first emperor of China, those so-called dialects were actually languages of the kingdoms conquered by him.

Re surname, I found this info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nguyen

mresseguie

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #10 on: 1 Sep 2016, 06:18 pm »
Hugh,

40% of Vietnamese people share your surname! I did not know.

Back in 1989 in Taiwan (+/- 1 yr) I had a Chinese teacher with the Ruan surname. I don't know about this surname's distribution in China, but it is very uncommon in Taiwan.

Thanks!

Hugh

Re: Melody MN845 undressed
« Reply #11 on: 1 Sep 2016, 06:24 pm »
Hugh,

40% of Vietnamese people share your surname! I did not know.

Back in 1989 in Taiwan (+/- 1 yr) I had a Chinese teacher with the Ruan surname. I don't know about this surname's distribution in China, but it is very uncommon in Taiwan.

Thanks!

Michael,

Basically, as far as I can tell, most people changed their surname to the king's at that time and my guess is they tried to form a somewhat royal image to their family.

From the article, we can say that Nguyen is Yu or vice versa. :-)
Just like Tran versus Chen or Chan.