Get them and use them while you can (line://shop/detail/1051678). Previously LINE removed “Red Buffalo” stickers (Line Removes Thailand’s ‘Red Buffalo’ Stickers from Global Marketplace) citing the Thai use of the buffalo to denote a stupid person and frequent use of the term to denigrate Thaksin’s Red Shirt supporters.
Ironically, the “red buffalo” insult has been co-opted by some Red Shirts and is now sometimes thought of as an endearing symbol of the rural movement.
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