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ake a walk down Khao San Road in Bangkok and you’ll see people lining the streets asking for money.

Only they’re not homeless locals struggling to feed their families; they’re gap yah backpackers who spent their week’s budget on too many drinks in the hostel bar #fail #YOLO.

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To inundate means to quickly fill up or overwhelm, just like a flood.

But you probably won't remember any of it tomorrow.

Here rain would render the ground impassable, and inundate the country.

The storm caused at least five fatalities after a large tree brought down power lines in Sherman Oaks, California, electrocuting a 55-year-old man.

Additionally, one driver drowned in his car after flash flooding suddenly overtook the roadway.

Most of the begpackers have been spotted in South East Asia, along the well-trodden traveller’s trail of Thailand-Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam and across into Malaysia.

One woman from Singapore, Maisarah Abu Samah, was shocked to see two white couples selling postcards and playing music for money.

Right before the holidays, toy stores are often inundated with eager parents scrambling to get the latest action figures and video games.

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