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  1. Why don't you come back when you have something relevant and meaningful to add to this (or any) conversation? In other words, when time travel is possible, go back 30 years or something. Fuck, man...
  2. I'll never understand guys who come to Thailand--the greatest pussy heaven in the world--and even spend a moment talking to those Russian bitches...??? Let alone giving them 6k ST and 12k LT or whatever the fuck their going rate is. Jesus H. Christmas. If I want to be treated like shit by a cold, crusty, scrappy cunt of a woman, I'll stay in the US, thank you very much, hahahaha. I come to Thailand for much, much more than that.
  3. Here's my point: if you go around looking for "young girls," meaning (at least going by the words guys speak), "18-20 year olds" (and let's not kid ourselves...this describes what at least 90% of the guys who come to Thailand are looking for), you're deluding yourself if you think the "young girls" you end up with are going to always (or even often) be 18 or older. I love how people try to pretend this situation isn't reality and widespread. It is. You make your bed, you're gonna have to lie in it. Like I said, I'll never be fooled by any of these girls, haha, I like my WOMEN with experience. I rarely go with anyone under 40. I've done a 52 year old from a Nana bar once too (I was 46 at the time).
  4. 15-17 yr. olds are pretty common in [location removed - KS]. And it's not always obvious because many of them are Buriram/Surin Khmer, and they grow them quite big and tall (but not necessarily fat!) up there...believe me. A lot of times I only know because the other girls tell me in Khmer. The one I mentioned in the post above, though, was Lao (Isan), and I think it was fairly obvious she was quite young.
  5. 16 year old flashing bush in [bar name removed - KS] last night. quite hot, too. good thing I like my girls 35+, hahaha....
  6. I hear you...I made the mistake of getting a TTM from a guy once, when my regular girl wasn't there and he was the next one up...never again. He was just too strong, and didn't know how to lighten his touch. The women--all from Isan, used to carrying 40 lb. buckets of water around from the time they were little, etc.--are plenty strong for me!
  7. Traditional Thai massage is 2 hours for $6 (200 baht)...the farang price you find in tourist areas is outrageous. Or at least go to Wat Po Massage down almost to the end of Soi 33, past all the dead artist bars and "Teen Massage" places...that's 300 for two hours.
  8. It's true...reading a newspaper is quite difficult in some languages, due to the level of colloquial language used, which differs surprisingly from country to country. English newspapers and magazines are written fairly colloquially, making them rather advanced reading material for non-native speakers...Thai is even worse, when you add to the colloquial language the Thai obsession with abbreviations and nicknames. Lao and Khmer are, on the other hand, quite straightforward...Intermediate Lao and Khmer language students can do quite well with everyday newspaper articles in those languages; Intermediate students of Thai, forget it.
  9. Are you Thai? 11 ways to tell Songkran Grachangnetara Bangkok Post Published: 25/12/2012 at 12:00 AM A few weeks ago I wrote an article for this newspaper titled "How to Tell Whether You're a Farang". I got so many Tweets suggesting that I write a follow-up to even things out that I felt obligated to pen a simple test for those Thais attempting to become farang, and to determine whether they have indeed made that transformation successfully. So here's my simple test, for what it's worth. • You're Thai if you still can't tell the difference between a heated argument and a free and honest debate. In Thai society, to question the judgement of someone in authority - be that a boss, a teacher or even a father - can be construed as an act tantamount to mutiny. Therefore, it's rather sad that in our culture, a valid statement is determined more by who said it, rather than the merits and reasoning behind what was actually said. • You're Thai if you're a Sunday driver even on weekdays. Thai motorists are infamous for inventing their own secret traffic code, and all foreigners need to get to to grips with this quickly or else life on the roads will be a nightmare. In any other country, flashing your headlights would signal giving way for the other car to pass. But in Thailand flashing headlights is equivalent to a rattlesnake shaking its tail; it means don't make a move or I'll run you over. • You're Thai if you still find it amusing that a group of farang will go to a restaurant and each person would order the same appetiser and main course instead of what a group of Thais would do, namely each person ordering something different and then sharing the variety of dishes. Thais are confident that this is the most rewarding way to enjoy a communal meal, until of course an argument breaks out on how to fairly split the bill because nobody got to eat enough of what they really wanted. • You're Thai if you have an obsession with skin colour. Thai women would willingly climb Mount Everest barefoot rather than spend a day slogging in the glare of the afternoon sun and risk losing that porcelain white complexion they've acquired through years of diligently living without any exposure to natural sunlight. This obsession has spurned a whole industry based on products that promise to make you white; from moisturisers to pills and even deodorants that allegedly improve the complexion of your armpits. Full Article Link: http://www.bangkokpo...-re-really-thai
  10. I can't imagine it's not GF...run by a farang and all and surrounded by bars on all sides. Will let you know in two weeks after I've stayed there!
  11. Keep in mind that Mali Namphu is most definitely NOT girl-friendly, if that's important. If you want to be close to Bor Pen Nyang--I mean, try two doors down!--then you should stay where I always stay, Lao Inter City. The rooms at the back are around 1,000 THB a night (the river rooms aren't worth it at $55 USD). Quite nice and attractive hotel with okay wifi. Can't speak for the included breakfast, never woke up that early. Very girl-friendly.
  12. Also, they are not taught any critical thinking skills, a lot of ways of thinking that we Westerners (and people from other parts of the world) take for granted...I think this can make them seem childlike. Furthermore, Thai adults seem to me not to have much capacity for empathy: imagining themselves in someone else's situation or shoes. Their sense of reality begins and ends with their exact situation, they don't seem to have the ability to imagine the problems, situation, views or perspective of someone unlike them. I think this extends right to the (oft-complained about by farangs!) inability for Thais to walk down the sidewalk in a manner consistent with a mature adult. For instance, if a Thai is going to walk in a certain direction, they walk there, regardless of the obstacles or the trajectories of other pedestrians. I don't know about all of you, but I'm always aware of my surroundings when walking down a city sidewalk, and over decades I've learned to read--in people's body language and general path--where others on the sidewalk intend to go, and I adjust my own path accordingly. Furthermore, I assume--when I'm in the West--that other adults will do the same. The result, even in a crowded city like New York, is very few collisions or near-collisions. If a Thai has decided that they need to walk in a certain path, no matter how you may be walking, if you end up in their intended path they will literally crash right into you. I find myself jumping out of their way all the time, haha. So I think that is also a kind of walking behavior one might expect from children, and not from adults.
  13. Well, if the bitch didn't already have 604 posts I would just say "TROLL!"...but...anyway... Forget it, Bangkok is NOT a place, for whatever reason, that Indian girls come to sell it...if you did well in Singapore, stick to Singapore for such things...case closed.
  14. Okay, so one of my regular pleasure-reading websites is The Onion's AV Club, lots of interesting pop culture commentary on music, film, etc. (and, unlike the regular "Onion," actually based in reality, haha)... They have these regular "Staff Q&A" features, which are sometimes quite interesting, and the latest was something to the effect of "what was your earliest memory of a favorite pop song?" Now, I was born in 1959 (I know, a mere babe compared to lots of you guys, hahaha), and the majority of AV Club staffers were born in the early 80s (at best); the comments on the original article (always at least half the fun) are mostly from kiddies born late 80s to early 90s, yaaaawn... Also, note in advance that the vast majority of the regular AV Club readers/commenters fall strongly into the "hipster douchebag" category... So, I put the question to you august gentlemen: what is your first memory of a pop song that you got really excited about? First of all, here's the Onion AV/Club Article to which I refer: Link ...and to get things started, here's mine: My first clear memories of pop songs were early 60s things I heard on the radio in my dad's car, stuff like Petula Clark's "Downtown," Roger Miller's "King of the Road" and "Watching All the Girls Go By" by whomever did that (too lazy to Google it)... Then at about age 9 or 10 I got into dancing to my dad's Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass records, feeling I was somehow "hip" (no, I'm NOT proud of this, haha)... But the first song I remember really "liking" (in terms of waiting anxiously for it to come on the radio, and learning all the lyrics and singing along) was the Dionne Warwick rendition of Bacharach's "I'll Never Fall in Love Again"... In my defense, in the 70s I was into Alice Cooper and T. Rex, in the 80s, Sonic Youth and Scratch Acid, and by the 90s I was producing my own "dark ambient/noise," hahaha...
  15. Jesus, bitches!!! "20 is achievable..." Yeah, it's FUCKING ACHIEVABLE...here in the US in the shithole alleyways of the dregs of crackwhore low self-esteem, MOTHERFUCKING 20 DOLLARS in "achievable"... Does that make one less than an utter PIECE OF GODDAMN SHIT for paying it? I think not. Listen, bitches...6 years ago, 1k was enough for LT for any BKK freelancer, or bar beer girl, or even (if you're not gross), gogo bar worker... you gonna pay 1k nowadays? FUCK NO. 2k LT in BKK, that's standard now. Unless you're old and fat, in which case, from what I hear, it's a lot more than 2k... The economy and infrastructure in Phnom Penh has improved unbelievably in the past 5 years. And so have the prices of sex workers. Don't be a fucking CHEAP CHARLIE piece of exploitative SHIT. US $20 is no longer the going price. DEAL WITH IT. Just because "it's achievable" doesn't mean it's the right thing to do. C'mon bitches, don't make me ashamed to be a white male (yet again). MAN UP.
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