The procedure involves Tata donning a hat adorned with plastic flowers, slinking around to Thai pop music and delivering a few quick blows.
What does TPOP stand for?
TPOP stands for Thai pop
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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- Telephone Operator (US Navy)
- The Pirates of Penzance (opera)
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- Tractor Plow Operator
- Tritium Proof-of-Principle (engineering)
- Telephone Point-of-Purchase Survey (US Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- Tekad Pemendulian Orang Ramai (Indonesian: Determination of Many People; Brunei)
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- Twisted Pair Port Transceiver
Samples in periodicals archive:
Celebrities like Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez, Indonesian singer Delon Thamrin, Filipino actor Matteo Guidicelli, and Thai pop singer and pianist Tor Saksit also took part today.
And, in Boonmee's re-creation of the menage a trois at the end of Blissfully Yours, using two of the earlier film's actresses and once again courting censorship by having Tong sexily strip off his monk's saffron robes, the film ends by confounding our impression of space as well as time: Duplicate incarnations of Tong and Jen simultaneously watch television in a hotel room and eat at a nearby 7-Eleven, the latter a paradise of acid lime and cherry festooned with kitsch lights and sweet Thai pop.
Laotians can speak Thai, listen to Thai music and are ''crazy'' for Thai pop, TV and film stars, even though they are sensitive about things, he adds.
Saranrat Wisutthithada, a 20-year-old Thai pop singer better known by the stage name Lydia, made the denial as she prepared to launch a book about herself, Lydia, Here I Am.
Three young friends in Bangkok -- played by Thai pop sensations D2B -- encounter a spooky old woman whose prophecies forever alter the course of their lives, all leading to what Asian Cult Cinema has deemed "one of the weirdest and most inventive twist endings in years.
For a start, many "American" products are not as all-American as they seem; MTV in Asia promotes Thai pop stars and plays rock music sung in Mandarin.
Thai pop singer Ruengsak Loychusak told how he undid his safety belt, looked out the window, took off his trousers, and jumped out of the plane and swam to safety.