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    Hello, everybody. My name is Nattaporn. I am Thai and live in Bangkok. I'm looking for the person who want to learn Thai. I can teach you but you should teach me English too.
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    Hi everyone. I'm newbie here wanna know people and make new friends. I try to lean how to use this side. Nice to meet you guys!!
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    I'm 18 and my husband is 69. Believe me, I'm not with him.
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    Love your post Bill. Too bad I haven't got reputation points enough to give you. and I totally agree with Johnno. As long as PeeThai keep our mouth shut every time we see something wrong, that means the wrong will continue. Pity! There was a Thai saying "ชั่วชังชี ดีชั่งพระ" (never mind an immoral nun, never mind a good monk). Basically "Thai" teach "Thai" not to give a **** to whatever other people do. I really want to know who the hack started this saying because it's totally wrong. See what happening in Thailand....shame!! After this article of Voranai, he's got himself another Thai fan.
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    My name is Smita, I am looking for a friendship and something nice ..
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    I am Bangladeshi. I am currently living in Bangladesh. I would like to live in Thailand. Someone help me with this, I would have benefited.
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    pls contact me at email: [email protected] thanks a lot.
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    Hi all I am new comer to move in Thailand. I would like to be friends in here. Going lunch, dinner, drink, adventure. Giving value informations, topics, cool and fun things each other. I am ready to have fun for everything with all. Welcome to any age, any race, any religion. Let's fun to be with and learn our culture each other. i am sorry I am not good at English well. If you want to learn Japanese language, feel free to ask me.
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    Looking for Business partner without investment, infra structure to take orders for Garment accessories from China
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    Hi, Me new here too.. So, saying HI to everyone here :-)
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    Here goes mine "QUICK MY HUSBAND IS BACK"
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    I hope to visit Bankok and Pattaya during next month. Can someone point me to useful information for a fisrt time traveler to Thailand?
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    As long as they don't create separate bathrooms for all 50.
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    Hi. I'm from Vietnam. This is the first time Ive jointed in this kind of forum. I'd like to make friends with all people. Well, I really do not know how to start at first as a new comer. Another thing, I also want to improve my Eng since it is not so good. Very pleasant to be one of your friends.Tks.
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    The Thai government or rather those who make the rules are convinced that any foreigner who does business in Thailand is taking work from a Thai. Small investment is to much effort for them, they are interested in large investment, sort of, they promote the benefits of a BOI (Bank Of Investment) approved venture with a minimum 30 million Baht investment. Part of the problem is the ignorance of what happens outside the borders of Thailand. This starts in the education system, and goes through the class system to the way the government operates. Those companies would probably not have happened in Thailand, even if some Thais came up with the ideas as the culture would have stifled an idea coming from a young person. Even a BOI company is a lot hard work. I'll give a few real life examples. An Australian firm is trying to invest $30M AUD in a BOI approved company in Thailand. After submitting over 5kg of paperwork it is time to put some money in a bank account as part of starting a company, they have the cash to transfer in Australia. They need an account to put the money into so the BOI can approve the company formation. So lawyers in tow they off to the bank to open an account. They have to submit the same 5kg of paperwork plus approvals from the BOI to the bank, the manager responded, "Cannot open account because company is not formed." Back to the BOI "Cannot form company without money in account" This went back and forward a couple of times. It was resolved eventually. The Australian GM told me if he was aware of the paperwork nightmare he would have invested in Cambodia. Example 2, a friend was buying repossessed motorcycles to use for rentals. The bikes came with proof of ownership from the motorcycle company. Part of the vast amounts of paperwork with each bike included all the details of the original purchaser, including a copy of their ID card, and a copy the motorcycle company's repo order, and all the details of the Japanese GM, ie copies of his passport, visa, work permit, all signed in person by the GM as all copies have to be signed by the original person. This paperwork was to kept and handed on to the next owner if need. My friend's venture was not fully legal as he is a foreigner.
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    Thank a lot Kaunitz and now I'm a solider's wife haha
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    If that's an Asian bird, we're all in treeeeeeeeeouble.
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    I'm totally infamous at my shop for staying at the worst of places. I stayed at the YMCA in Chicago (before it was renovated -- I'm talking crack city). I've stayed 23 nights at a time in the Che Lagarto hostel in Rio with my youth football team, no problem at all, I'd totally recommend it. I not only stayed at Columbia University annex hostel housing in Manhattan, but as my plane arrived late, I had to BREAK IN via the louvers leading to the basement, and because once inside there was no one there to check me in, I slept a few hours on a work bench in said basement. In Bangkok, it has happened to me that my hotel reservation was booked incorrectly into the following night, and there was no space for me, after a 21 hour flight. So, too lazy to bother with finding alternative digs (which would have been easy), I simply had the porter take my bag, and at 11pm I went straight back out into the night, dirtier than a soi dog, returning at 10 in the morning for the first available room. I dare say by far the best city in the world in which to arrive in the dead of night without a reservation, assuming you have a modicum of stamina, is indeed Bangkok.
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    anybody who thinks 65,000 is excessive obviously hasn't had a crazy thai ex-gf !!!!
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    You'll need a toaster to light that off.
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    Go Rebels!!! Now I'm not averse to a dictator if his heart's in the right place, but the North African's have obviously had enough **** already. And good on them. Not like it doesn't happen all over the place, but it seems that its the North Africans that've snapped first. Now all we need is for the US militias to put their balls where their mouths are and do the same. (Same for the UK of course, but we're too used to queuing for ****.)
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    Iain is always take me wrong... how many times that I told you that Im not just gorgeous, im nice too..
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    nah mate, been there, i am british indian myself. girls will speak to you though as they are polite but they will always want the white skin ones
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    You're welcome. Sincerely, The Pakwan Research Institute.
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    Personally, "ka" used by men will do the trick for women under 25 years old or perhaps under 20 years old. I don't think that grown-up women will find the guys saying "ka" attrative, of course friendly for sure.
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    I think you are blinded by what lower Sukhumvit is, and always has been, a tourist trap. The tourists expect the street vendors, they expect the touts, and they expect the working girls. Everything you are complaining about is what makes lower Sukhumvit what it is, and always has. It is a unique area of Bangkok, just like China Town, or KaoSan Road, they are what they are, and people visit there for exactly the experiences you are complaining about. The Beer Garden is much better, and cleaner than it used to be, it even has a band in the evening now, or are you simply complaining about the people that frequent it? They really haven't changed. It never was a younger crowd hangout. The owner does not allow ladyboys in the beer garden, and never has. The food they serve is still pretty good, and the beers are still pretty cheap. It doesn't look like the fire trap it did before. Are you complaining about the Thermai because you are now priced out of that venue? I like to see some people making more money, and it still is a fun place to visit, drink prices haven't went up that much. NANA Plaza has changed with the removal of the center bars on the bottom for fire safety reasons, and except for ownership changes, and remodels of some of the businesses, everything else is the same. Big Dogs is the same. Nana burger in the front has cleaned up their operation considerably. Unless you are looking for a ladyboy, the ones in the front don't bother you, and they've been there as long as I can remember. I do miss the hell fire, and brimstone preacher that used to frequent the entrance though. For the most part the lower Sukhumvit area is much cleaner than it was in the past with many of the old decaying businesses having been remodeled. The Bamboo bar isn't even bamboo anymore after all the remodel, and the parking lot has been turned into a very good Lebanese restaurant. I'm not really sure what has deteriorated that you are refering to? It has improved from what I can see. The people are different, but they change all the time anyway, both the tourists, depending on the season, and the business owners depending on who they found to buy them out this time around.
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    in Barcelona. Heading out the door to catch a train up to the Circuit de Catalunya to watch the F1 teams preseason testing.
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    One from the old The Big Mango website. Go-go dancer: What your job Guy: I am an engineer. What is your job? Go-go dancer: I go with man.
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    my thoughts... I use Kha with much lower subordinates such as the wife, low level staff, but usually always only on the phone and when talking quickly to show agreement on something. just habit. it makes the exchange more informal (i am male btw) women who use it do so to lend a certain feeling in the conversation - informality. its slightly patronizing which in thai culture occurs as polite informality. women do it all the time for little boys because to use Kha with some little tike would feel overly formal, unless he was a prince or something. so they use Krap. it also gives the little boy the reminder to use it when speaking.
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    Dumper, it's most likely polite, little to no question about that. After hearing the context, however, I'm a bit confused as I've only heard it from people older than me (or about the same age). Next time just ask them, "isn't khrub for me and ka for women?" Make them give you at least a 30 second explanation. I'd really like to know more about this.
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    Masturbating (probably a bloke). Lending an ear
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    I saw the angry monkey male on TV yesterday. He was actually very very angry...
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    Sounds a bit jilted mate. Maybe TF is not the place to look for dates as word tends to get around .......
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    TF girls they dont need an excuse, they just dont show up, not even when they took the initiative for the date.
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    Answer : It depends on how one's definition of the word ladyboy. Is ladyboy a term used for effeminate boys? or Is ladyboy a term used for transitioning transgendered? This has been always debatable and misused. However. A man who is in relationship with a ladyboy (transitioning MTF), he would be a straight-curious or a bi-curious. He is attracted to femininity as well as mentality of female. Gay men are not sexually attracted to transitioning ladyboys, but effeminate gay boys (tud µØê´/ twinks) and muscular males. Eventhough these belong to LGBT community as alternative lifestyles.
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    A child is a child, no matter what gender, and deserves all the love and care one can give.
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    My Recommendation is Conrad hotel's buffet Great international selection, great desserts, worth the money.
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    Hands down to Four Season Sunday Branch - Full on of Champagne, Caviar, foie gras and Lamb! I was drunk by 12pm (they start at 11.30am)
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    No - rectumhole would be tautological - as the arsehole IS the rectum...so it would be an arsehole-hole Yes an ASS is a kind of donkey-like animal usually used as a "beast of burden" So an a**hole may mean a "beast-of-burden-hole" or maybe they mean it is a hole in an ASS...which I think would not be good for the ass... The American version of the term was probably ARSEHOLE to begin with too, but Americans cant say "Arse" properly as they keep trying to emphasise the "R" sound, which makes it difficult to pronounce, and hard to yell out of the car window when travelling at speed, so they shortened it to ASS to make it sound nastier, without ever realising that they are actually yelling something completely nonsensical and in fact a little comical. So I really think that in order to avoid appearing uneducated, the correct term should be ARSEHOLE - since ARSE has a nice ring to it....
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    whatever, cuz i understand
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    wow...i see the bonfire growing here when the other side of the world wakes up....
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    I wasn't even aware Holland had a tunnel. all of holland is aware that *you* have a tunnel though.
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    ....meanwhile back in the real world and away from cliched nonsense.If you want to check out real bad stinky aromas,walk past a chek-in Q at Heathrow for flights to say Karachi/Delhi/Lagos/Accra /Nairobi etc etc and the smell is truly f++king gross....and these guys have the money to actually fly.Washing is seemingly a mere afterthought.
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    1. How do Thais normally get their driving license? What kind of studying, practice and tests? Normal cost for 1h driving and total cost for a license for cars/mc? They borrow dad's scooter once they are large enough to get it off the stand (age 7 or 8) . Then drive around at breakneck speed with no helmet. If they don't kill themselves within the first few weeks they are now qualified to ride. No cost for lessons. Local cops accept 100 - 200 baht instead of presenting licence.... :shock: :shock: 2. Is it possible for Farangs to get permission to take driving lessons i Thailand? As above but rates are diferent for Farangs - usually around 200 -500 baht Smiling and saying khrap often reduces the cost... :wink: 3. What kind of international licenses can you test for? Believe it or not Thai licence recognised worldwide...If you can ride here you are prepared for anything.. :shock: 4. Can you recommend any good driving schools who are used to teaching farang aswell? They are still trying to teach the locals.....Most of the schools you only use a simulator...Instructors are teachers....they ain't stoopid..
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    I'm a horsieeeee hee hee Energetic Travel addicted last but not least i do like to KICK