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    KYP you like dog? Hazard dog pretty?


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    Hehehe. Guess where is chomburifc?

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    Late lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Wanton noodle with duck and wanton. And some dim sum. Knn, lose to my favorite roadside stall.

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    Random thai puying is she pretty?


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    Quote Originally Posted by joetys View Post
    KYP you like dog? Hazard dog pretty?
    You purposely show me the Khao Yai right ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khun Ying Pojaman View Post
    You purposely show me the Khao Yai right ?
    Maicai Na Pii. Doo ma na.

    Anyway I actually wanted to post these la but thought you like dogs











    All these for only 1320 baht (S$54)

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    Quote Originally Posted by joetys View Post

    All these for only 1320 baht (S$54)
    Don't like that leh. I trying to go healthy last few days and you post all the temptations.

    How come your hennessy and red wine missing from the pics har?

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    Hehehe. My renewed driving and bike licenses. While waiting to collect my licenses, saw one yah yah papaya farang very guai lan during the eye test. The tester auntie straight away ask him to come again next week. "Meter, you come next week."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jah_rastafar_I View Post
    Random thai puying is she pretty?
    Jah, I have to say that many Thai phuying know how to carry themselves as a lady and knows where they stand as a lady. Many also know how to separate their duty as a lady from feelings. Noticed I did not touch on looks Jah. These are rare qualities now a days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joetys View Post
    Jah, I have to say that many Thai phuying know how to carry themselves as a lady and knows where they stand as a lady. Many also know how to separate their duty as a lady from feelings. Noticed I did not touch on looks Jah. These are rare qualities now a days.

    well in that case you would actually need to live with her or come into contact with her to know that and yes i agree with you that thai ladies still more traditional compared to sinkie ladies but then again so many thai ladies are in the sell backside trade and there's official as those in poseidon, massage places and does that do it secretly as in FL. Do you think it's possible that if you were just simply pick 10 random thai girls out in a crowd 3 could be officially working in some disco club, massage place, jap or korean ktv and so on while maybe the other 2 are secretly in some FL line cos let's be honest i suppose the majority of farang tourists or who know maybe male tourists visit thailand to do that sort of thing. My thai fren is a male guy and his female members don't do that he comes from quite a well to do family anyway. What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chonburifc View Post

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    Is this the Al Capone of Pattaya ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jah_rastafar_I View Post
    well in that case you would actually need to live with her or come into contact with her to know that and yes i agree with you that thai ladies still more traditional compared to sinkie ladies but then again so many thai ladies are in the sell backside trade and there's official as those in poseidon, massage places and does that do it secretly as in FL. Do you think it's possible that if you were just simply pick 10 random thai girls out in a crowd 3 could be officially working in some disco club, massage place, jap or korean ktv and so on while maybe the other 2 are secretly in some FL line cos let's be honest i suppose the majority of farang tourists or who know maybe male tourists visit thailand to do that sort of thing. My thai fren is a male guy and his female members don't do that he comes from quite a well to do family anyway. What do you think?
    If I really must give you a number it'll not be 3 of 10 but rather more like 1 out of 1000. Come on la not all Thai girls are into this or doing FL la. Its just that this activity is very popularly known overseas doesn't mean so many girls are into it la.

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    Those of you who work/live in Thailand, how does the retirement plans differ from, say, Singapore? From my recollection, there is perhaps maybe a minimal employee/employer contribution.
    There is perhaps another discussion elsewhere on this forum on CPF recent raising of the minimum sum. I don't quite understand the outrage there, the minimum sum will still be returned albeit over a 20-year period.

    I thought it would be interesting to compare that situation with Thailand's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khun Ying Pojaman View Post
    Is this the Al Capone of Pattaya ?
    Wanted in all 76 77 changwat. A taxi driver recently told me that there are now 77 changwat (Bung Kan newly added last year) but that's if you count Bangkok (which is not a changwat I think - it is structured differently - no amphur)

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    Sawats dee! Heavy rain last night and slept like a baby. Just finished cleaning up the balcony and preparing breakfast now. Nothing fanciful, just 2 half-boiled eggs with 2 pieces of wholemeal bread. Tried out this new expresso kopi mix Boncafe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khun Ying Pojaman View Post
    Is this the Al Capone of Pattaya ?
    Hehehehe. Me think Lao Fu Zi of Pattaya more appropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rotikosong View Post
    Those of you who work/live in Thailand, how does the retirement plans differ from, say, Singapore? From my recollection, there is perhaps maybe a minimal employee/employer contribution.
    There is perhaps another discussion elsewhere on this forum on CPF recent raising of the minimum sum. I don't quite understand the outrage there, the minimum sum will still be returned albeit over a 20-year period.

    I thought it would be interesting to compare that situation with Thailand's.
    From my knowledge. there are no CPF scheme in LOS. Employers do make monthly contributions for Social Security which is medical benefits for employees. LOS employees have to depend on themselves/families for retirement. One good thing is it is their culture to look after their old folks and so there are not much old folks home in LOS. Have yet to see one.

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    Sawasdee krup pii Chon. Sawasdee krup everybody. Now in Hua Hin. Just taken this video an hour ago


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    Quote Originally Posted by chonburifc View Post
    One good thing is it is their culture to look after their old folks and so there are not much old folks home in LOS. Have yet to see one.
    No lah, culture is to have at least a girl in the family who will marry a farang. That is the ultimate social security benefits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rotikosong View Post
    Those of you who work/live in Thailand, how does the retirement plans differ from, say, Singapore? From my recollection, there is perhaps maybe a minimal employee/employer contribution.
    There is perhaps another discussion elsewhere on this forum on CPF recent raising of the minimum sum. I don't quite understand the outrage there, the minimum sum will still be returned albeit over a 20-year period.

    I thought it would be interesting to compare that situation with Thailand's.
    Sorry buddy I have no idea on this part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joetys View Post
    not be 3 of 10 but rather more like 1 out of 1000. Come on la not all Thai girls are into this or doing FL la. Its just that this activity is very popularly known overseas doesn't mean so many girls are into it la.
    Yo, the (infamous?) bar and other flesh trade scene may skew perception of thai ladies.

    Think easy social acceptance of foreigners by thai social fabric, supports inter marriages

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