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  • Birthday 10/17/1961

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  1. Beautiful women going to the Beergarden? Must have changed since I was last there!
  2. I was hoping he would shake up the centre of defence but Mustafi and Luiz, hasn't he learned anything?! Does Luiz have a clause in his contract saying he has to play every match?
  3. I spent many late nights in Dennys, when I couldn't be bothered going much further than the front door of the Regency Park Hotel, which was the hotel directly across the soi (apparently now called the Aspira Grand Regency Sukhumvit 22). Som was the owner and she also had a restaurant on the ground floor of the Regency Park. It was never the same when it moved to the Holiday Inn and my visits there were infrequent. Yeah, nice lady.
  4. Thanks for the pics RM, I see it's on the opposite side of the soi to what I thought it was.
  5. Starts in about 90 minutes
  6. He probably will get to the end of the season but where will be by then, mid table? Another dismal display yesterday, at home against the second worst team in the EPL. Yes, I'd like to see Rodgers in charge as well but can't see that happening.
  7. I miss Le Bouchon and The French Kiss on Patpong 2 and No Idea on Soi 22.
  8. Yes, heard from someone else that it's still open. Must be difficult though without other bars around to attract customers.
  9. Hopefully Arsenal will be getting rid of Emery asap.
  10. I can't remember but I thought I got a visa on arrival when I visited in 2012 and 2013?
  11. I believe it is still maximum B20K fine and 10 years ban if over 5 years overstay
  12. Wow, no bars at all?! I think the first time I went to Soi 33 was in 1992, when I started living in LOS, and I became quite a regular. I think there were 5 or 6 bars back then (Renoir, Vincent Van Gogh, Degas, Monet and a couple of others) although we mainly frequented Renoir. Over the years a few more opened on the main soi and sub sois and then it sort of took off and a map of the soi dated March 2010 shows about 40 bars, including many Japanese ones, and about 15 massage joints. So to go from 40 to 0 in 10 years would be a massive collapse!
  13. 'Dreich' is named most popular Scots word by Scottish Book Trust A word that is commonly used to describe the Scottish weather has been named the "most iconic" Scots word. "Dreich" - meaning dull or gloomy - topped a poll to mark Book Week Scotland, led by the Scottish Book Trust. It beat off contenders including "glaikit", "scunnered" and "shoogle". The charity said the first recorded use of the word "dreich" was in 1420, when it originally meant "enduring" or "slow, tedious". A total of 1,895 votes were cast in the annual poll. Top 10 Scots words Dreich - tedious; damp and wet glaikit - stupid or foolish scunnered - disgust or strong dislike shoogle - shake or move from side to side wheesht - call for quiet or silence fankle - to tangle or mix-up outwith - outside or beyond braw - fine or pleasant beastie - an insect or animal bumfle - an untidy bundle It was the second time "dreich" had finished first in a poll after it also topped a YouGov poll in 2013 of favourite Scots words. Marc Lambert, CEO of Scottish Book Trust, said: "We were overwhelmed by the many submissions for our iconic Scots words vote - it's certainly a subject close to people's hearts. "Dreich is such an evocative word with the ability to sum up the Scottish weather, or mood, perfectly. "It's also a word that is very well used here in Scotland and beyond." Rhona Alcorn, CEO of the Scots Language Dictionary, said: "Once again, dreich has been chosen as the most iconic Scots word, with glaikit taking the silver medal. "Dreich has been part of the core vocabulary of Scots for hundreds of years so it is especially fitting that one of its primary meanings is 'enduring, persistent'."
  14. Sounds like the perfect place for it but I can't recollect it
  15. Thanks for reminding me about Firecats. You had to climb two very steep flights of stairs expecting quite a small bar at the top but were greeted by this huge auditorium with very high ceilings, a bit like a tardus! There was a beam above the dance floor with a sliding pulley and the tuk-tuk was on the bar floor and was lifted onto the dance floor with the copulating couple inside. They also had a giant six legged octopus hanging from the beam and six girls would stand on the stage and stick the tentacles up themselves. But most bizarre was the show with one girl in a harness hanging from the pulley wearing a strap on dildo and another girl on all fours on top of a vaulting horse with her bum facing the girl with the dildo. The girl in the harness was pulled back with a rope by other staff and then let go such that she swung up against the girl on the hobby horse with the intention of trying to penetrate her but all that ever happened was that she kept knocking the poor lass off the horse and onto the stage, which she looked none the best pleased about!
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