Okay, so I think this is the best spot to put this thread. So I just remembered that last summer my sis, my mom and I went to the Hmong market. We met this old lady selling some sweet potatoes, and she told my mom that we should buy some because when you grill it, it's really good. Here's the funny part, she said if you grill it in "lub qhov cub av". In which it literally means dirt stove/fireplace. And my moms like umm we don't have a dirt stove, the lady keeps on insisting that they sell them everywhere, lol I was thinking to myself, this is America we don't use qhov cub av anymore. This went on for like two more minutes, and then my mom was "Ohhhh you mean lub qhov cub iav?" (Glass griller/ pot). Seems like it legit came out of a Xab Thoj movie scene since he does a lot of these references. Lol, and then we all laughed. So now everytime we go and see her we would always break out in laughter, btw we didnt buy any of her potatoes. Anyone have any similar experience with Hmong Ntsuab (Green) and Hmong Dawb (white) language confusion. Please feel free to tell it below, can't wait to read some, lol.