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  1. 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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  2. I was beginning to think you wouldn't get back on that one.
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  3. 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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  4. i want to meet new friend
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  5. Hi there, I'm local here. Lemme know if there's anything I could help. Cheers, Ton
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  6. Hello! So to keep it short and according to the title, I am looking for a nice thai girl to spend time with when i visit Thailand in December. Perhaps might even be able to return with me to Europe if relevant! I am 29 years, work as a senior manager for a conglomerate and investment company based in Europe. I have myself lived in Asia for about 10 years, however just very recently moved back to Europe (Sweden) due to my grandmother not being well. However, getting rather bored of the single life, and just so happens I love thai girls. I am looking for a thai girl, younger than me for sure, and preferably with some kind of education and interested in spending time with me when i go to Thailand. If you want to know more, send me a message!
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  7. I'm japanese I want a Thai friend Please..
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  8. Smita

    Friendship

    My name is Smita, I am looking for a friendship and something nice ..
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  9. Hello new friend! How are you? Happy New Year!
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  10. Awesome Bob

    Happy New Year!

    I hope 2017 is a great year for you and your loved ones!
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  11. Sawasdee ka, Yep I'm ladyboy and just wonder why many guys prefered to have serious relation with us than women. In my country, it's not quite acceptable. How about your country? Let share together Know me more
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  12. Hi ! My name is Natchapol please call me Pat. I live in Bangkok and looking for friends to improve my english skill. I enjoy eating, drinking, travelling and hanging out so if you guys want some Thai friends please let me know. contact me : www.facebook.com/patnatchap / Line : np1k
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  13. badalworld

    Help Me

    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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  14. Natwara

    Pls Halp!

    pls contact me at email: [email protected] thanks a lot.
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  15. 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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  16. Dona kus nun

    Hi New Friends

    hi friends can i'm know more friends from here
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  17. Hi, Me new here too.. So, saying HI to everyone here :-)
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  18. My name is Benz. I'm Thai. I'm good taking care, I want to know the foreign in Chiangmai to make friends. For exchange some culture or knowing each other. I can speak English little bit but type quite good. I hope that will have anyone interest for join me. My line ID is 522110016 or facebook.
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  19. Here goes mine "QUICK MY HUSBAND IS BACK"
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  20. Not really news but funny . . . While intoxicated in Thailand I had a guy paint me shooting an m-16 while riding a rhino. Possibly the best investment I've ever made! http://imgur.com/BRRigrN
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  21. Bangkok is the 61st most expensive city to live in. Not too far behind NYC. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2014/03/04/shanghai-is-more-expensive-than-new-york/ I know people can eat for a buck or whatever and there are rooms you can rent for a few thousand baht per month but, really, when you look at western style accommodations and dining, this doesn't seem too far off.
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  22. Good morning Tfers!!!! it has been yearssssss!!!
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  23. William Heinecke penned the following below in an open letter in the Bangkok Post the other day. Mr. Heinecke is the CEO of a major Thailand-based tourism company. I wanted to respond. One does not need to be targeted to be harmed. I'm sure the two children who died in the Big-C bombing were not targeted. I know he wrote this before the Big-C bombing, and I'm not trying to sensationalize what I'm saying, but when violence continues to show a pattern of escalation, innocent bystanders can and do get hurt. Declaring Thailand safe because tourists are not targets is not doing anyone any service. Richard Barrow has been doing the same up until today too. All of his messages are that things are safe as long as you avoid protest areas. I'm glad that Mr. Barrow has finally decided to begin advising people that they may want to skip Bangkok. https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/438442149919457280 But "safe" is not binary. It is not black or white. Safe is relative. Safe is something you measure on a scale of 1 to 10. The ambassadors that Mr. Heinecke is trying to appeal to understand that because they work in security where threats and risks are measured on a scale. They issue travel advisories and travel warnings when risks rise above an acceptable level. If you read the US Embassy's travel warning for Thailand there is nothing said that is factually incorrect. http://bangkok.usembassy.gov/021414_thailand_travel_alert.html I've read similar advisories from other embassies and they all pretty much follow the same procedure. One also needs to keep in mind that his words appear alongside people cautioning about the outbreak of civil war or a bloody coup in Thailand. However likely or unlikely either of those scenarios are, the fact that locals are talking about the possibility of them happening doesn't really sound like what most people would consider to be a "perfectly safe" place to travel to. That's a debatable statement that Mr. Heinecke provides no proof for. How is a advisory that is factually correct unnecessarily severe? If Mr. Heinecke disputes the facts contained in the travel advisories then he should stick with those facts and ask that the embassies revise their advisories to be more factually correct. While it's unfortunate that many Thais have been impacted by the political unrest going on, tourism is not an entitlement. Nobody should be duped into taking risks they are not willing to take just so the local people in Thailand don't suffer any financial hardship. If someone is uncomfortable with the level of risk in Thailand right now, that is their prerogative and it would be much more comforting if people like Mr. Heinecke understood and addressed their reservations rather than trying to downplay the risks. This is like saying that I should buy an inferior product because the people who make it will suffer financial hardship if I don't. Mr. Heinecke seems to misunderstand the first rule of salesmanship, it's not about what you want, it's about what the customer wants. I think it's also worth pointing out that when tourism is doing well in Thailand, tourists aren't cut many breaks. Weren't Thai authorities recently considering a 500 baht tourist tax? The difference, Mr. Heincke, is that demonstrations like the ones happening in Bangkok are unlikely in Washington or Paris. I'm pretty sure there's a protest in Washington at least every day. Same with London, Frankfurt, or Paris. But, protestors rarely get into gun battles with police. They rarely plant bombs. They rarely throw grenades or explosives into crowds. Protests are rarely moving mobs of people who pop up here and there and thus are unpredictable in terms of where the protest areas are. The bottom line is that demonstrations in Washington and Paris are fairly tame in comparison even if the passions are equal. Police in most western countries are well trained and no demonstration would go on for the length of time the protests in Bangkok have been going on. Protesters would not be allowed to dig in and create an entire support infrastructure (food, sanitation, etc) so they can protest indefinitely. Just like when the Yellow Shirts took over the airport years back. I can't think of a single western country that wouldn't have brought that situation to a close and restored airport operations in a few hours. And that's why Bangkok can't be compared to western countries. The governmental institutions that ensure an orderly society are not on par with western countries. When protesters, yellow or red, can take over major parts of a city for weeks or months on end and the police and the military sit back and do nothing, can they be relied on to protect innocent tourists who may find themselves in a dangerous situation? Those conditions mean that the government has lost control of those areas. Should something happen to a tourist, the government can do nothing to help them. The protestors control entire sections of the city. I've been in Thailand for both the yellow shirt protests (when they captured the airport) and the red shirt protests in 2010. I lived in an area (Ratchaprasong) that was completely under red shirt control. There were no police. There were no emergency services. I had to pass through checkpoints, armed by red shirt guards, to get back to my apartment every night. This simply would not happen, nor be tolerated in Washington or Paris. To make the comparison is to utterly misunderstand why the embassies have issued travel advisories. Specific areas that change frequently. http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/396181/an-open-letter-to-ambassadors-based-in-bangkok.
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  24. Dasun

    First Time Visitor

    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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  25. I'm pretty sure all women lower their standards to marry us :-)
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  26. Welcome back. How have you been?
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  27. Just wondering if anyone going to asia fitness convention in Bangkok in October.
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  28. Sasie

    Thai proverbs ^^

    I found this useful Thai proverbs which were translated in English ^^ http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Thai_proverbs กงเกวียนกำเกวียน Transliteration: Kong kwean kum kwean Literal: A cart's wheels fall into the track. Meaning: Like karma, deeds repay. กบเลือกนาย Transliteration: Kob Luek Nai Literal: The frog picking a leader. Meaning: if you change your mind too much, you'll get hurt กบในกะลา Transliteration: Khob nai ka la Literal: Frog in a coconut shell. Meaning: Referring to those who's insular but ignorant, like a frog living in a coconut shell. กระดังงาลนไฟ Transliteration: Kra dang nga lon fai Literal: A Kradanga flower (thai) is fragrant when toasted on fire. Meaning: Old but hot. กระต่ายตื่นตูม Transliteration: Kra tay teun toom Literal: Like a shocked and frenzied bunny. Meaning: When you are excited, you cannot see the real issue. กระต่ายหมายจันทร์ Transliteration: Kra-tie' mai jhun Literal: A rabbit aims for the moon. Meaning: Don't aim at the impossibilities; get grounded. กลมเป็นลูกมะนาว Transliteration: Glom pen luge mar-now Literal: Round like a lime. Meaning: Referring to those who's quick to run out of the problem (negative). กว่าถั่วจะสุกงาก็ไหม้ Transliteration: Kwar thua ja suek, nga kor mai Literal: Before the nut is cooked, a sesame is burnt. Meaning: Don't let issues hang for too long until they're all burnt. กันไว้ดีกว่าแก้ Transliteration: Gan wy dtee gwaa gae Literal and meaning: Preventive measure is better than curative measure. กาคาบพริก Transliteration: ka kab prik Literal: A crow holds the chilli in its mouth. Meaning: Evaluate yourself well before putting on that glaring red dress. (Dare not putting on a red dress when you're not fair-skinned.) กินน้ำพริกถ้วยเดี่ยว Transliteration: gin nam phrik thuay diaao Literal: Eat the spicy chili sauce only from one cup. Meaning: Be always faithful to your wife. กินบนเรือนขี้รดบนหลังคา Transliteration: Kin bon ruen, khee bon lung kar Literal: Eat in a house then excrete on the roof. Meaning: Referring to those who are ungrateful to who did good things to them. กิ่งทองใบหยก Transliteration: Ging tong by yok Literal: A gold branch with a jade leaf. Meaning: A perfect couple (often use with the fiancees; in Chinese it means a princess). กิ้งก่าได้ทอง Transliteration: King-khar dhai thong. Literal: A chameleon acquires gold. Meaning: Those who like to call for the other's attention by showing their belongings. แกะดำ Transliteration: Kare dum Literal: Black sheep. Meaning: The different one; the weird one. แกว่งตีนหาเสี้ยน Transliteration: Kwang teen har siean. Literal: Swing a foot into thorns. Meaning: Those who like to court trouble. กำแพงมีหู ประตูมีตา Transliteration: Kum-pang mee hu, pra-tu mee tar Literal: Walls have ears; doors have eyes. Meaning 1: Be aware when you have confidential information. Meaning 2: There are doors into everything, regardless of the tight security one's set up to guard that secret. กำขี้ดีกว่ากำตด Transliteration: Kum khee dee kwa kum tod Literal: Grabbing excrement is better than grabbing flatulence. Meaning: Having something is better than having nothing. ไก่เห็นตีนงู งูเห็นนมไก่ Transliteration: Kai hen teen ngu, ngu hen nom kai Literal: A chicken sees the snake's foot and a snake sees the chicken's breast. Meaning: Two parties who know each other secret. ไก่ได้พลอย Transliteration: Kai die' ploy Literal: A chicken gets a gem. Meaning: A person who has a good thing, but he doesn't know about value. ไก่งามเพราะขน คนงามเพราะแต่ง Transliteration: Kai ngam pror khon, kon ngam pror thang Literal: Chicken are beautiful because of their feathers; women are beautiful because of their make-up. Meaning: Beauty comes after one grooms her appearance and puts on cosmetics. ขี่ช้างจับตั๊กแตน Transliteration: Kee chang jahb thak-a-thaen Literal: Ride an elephant to catch a grasshopper. Meaning 1: Don't make something easy difficult. Meaning 2: Use the correct tool for the correct job. เข็นครกขึ้นภูเขา Transliteration: Khen krok kheun phu kao Literal: Push the stone to the top of the mountain. Meaning: To perform a Herculean task. เข้าเมืองตาหลิ่ว ต้องหลิ่วตาตาม Transliteration: Khao mueng tar-lew, tong lew-tar tarm Literal: When in the city of the slanted-eyed, do squint your eyes. Meaning: Follow the majority, if you are minority; adapt to situations and people around you. English version: When in Rome, do as the Romans do. เข้าหูซ้ายทะลุหูขวา Transliteration: Khao hu sai, ta-lu' hu khwa Literal: In the left ear, out the right ear. Meaning: Referring to an oblivious attitude; referring to people's ignorance, in letting others' cautionary/instructional words slip off. ความแน่นอน คือความไม่แน่นอน Transliteration: Kwam nae-norn keu kwam mai nae-non Literal: The only certainty is uncertainty. Meaning: Things are dual in nature: certain things are uncertain things. ความงามไม่คงที่ ความดีสิคงทน Transliteration Kwam ngam mai kong tii, kwam dee si kong ton Literal: Beauty fades, good deeds are permanent. Meaning: Don't judge people by their appearance, but their behaviour. ความพยายามอยู่ที่ไหน ความสำเร็จอยู่ที่นั่น Transliteration: Kwam pa-ya-yam yoo tee nhai, kwam sum-red yoo tee nun Literal: Where there is a will, there is a way. Meaning: Try your best, and there's success. ความลับไม่มีในโลก Transliteration: Kwan lub mai mee nai loke Literal: There are no secrets in the world. Meaning: There is no such thing as secret; try not to hide what can't be hidden. คับที่อยู่ได้คับใจอยู่ยาก Transliteration: khap thee yuu dai khap jai yuu yaak Literal: Tight residence can, tight heart presence difficult Meaning: It is possible to live in a small residence if you're happy, but it is difficult to live in a big residence if you're unhappy. คิดก่อนเจรจา Transliteration: kid-kon-je-ra-ja Literal: Think before speaking. Meaning: (straightforward)Think before making a verbal exchange. ฆ่าควายอย่าเสียดายพริก Transliteration: Ka kwai ya sia die prig Literal: Don't lament over a chilli when killing a buffalo. Meaning: Don't mind little things when grand tasks/responsibilities/achievements are at hand. งงเป็นไก่ตาแตก Transliteration: Ngong pen kai tar-taec Literal: Confused like a chick with shattered eyes. Meaning: So confused or surprised because of some events that happened really fast. งมเข็มในมหาสมุทร Transliteration:Ngom kem nai mahaa-sa-mut Literal: Looking for a pin in the ocean. Meaning: Don't try the impossible. งามแต่รูปจูบไม่หอม Transliteration: Ngam tae rup, jub mai horm Literal: Great look but bad breath. Meaning: Those who have good appearance, but do not behave nicely or have no manner. โง่เง่าเต่าตุ่น Transliteration: Ngoh ngow tow toon Literal: Dumb like a turtle. Meaning: Obtuse. จับปลาสองมือ Transliteration: Jahb plaa song mue Literal: To catch fish in each hand. Meaning 1: Try not to multitask if that compromises the success of any single thing. จับเสือมือเปล่า Transliteration: Jub sua mue paol Literal: Catch a tiger with bare hands. Meaning: Being ill-equipped in tasks that require methodical preparations. ช้างตายทั้งตัวเอาใบบัวปิดไม่มิด Transliteration: Chang tie tung tua ow bai buor phid mai mid Literal: A dead elephant cannot be covered by a lotus leaf. Meaning: Don't try to hide a big mistake/problem, once it's out in the open. ช้างเผือกเกิดในป่า Transliteration: Chang puak gird nai pa Literal: White elephants are born in the forest. Meaning: The best thing is difficult to find. ชิงสุกก่อนห่าม Transliteration: Shing suek khorn harm Literal: Get overripe before partly ripe. Meaning: A person who did something before appropriate time (usually means unmarried sex.) ซื้อควายในหนอง Transliteration: seuu khwaay nai naawng Literal: Buying a water buffalo in the marsh. Meaning: To purchase something unseen. English version: To buy a pig in a poke. (You can find more Thai proverbs from the above website I gave)
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  29. AAAum

    What are you doing?

    What are you doing... What have you been doing... What did you do... What will you do... on this HAPPY period? :wink:
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  30. After a two-month test of high-tech cameras on two expressways just outside Bangkok, police this week have begun citing motorists caught speeding by the devices. Don’t go too fast on expressway | Bangkok Post: breakingnews
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  31. In my novel Thai Lies, exploring Thailand back in 1974 with my college classmate Mike, I didn’t get much of a chance to elaborate on his travel exploits into Bangkok’s night life. I had a Thai girlfriend so the only taste I got of its charms was from the stories he told. And he told a lot of them. Never mind that he was cast in a Thai movie – my girlfriend’s mom financed it – his off-screen antics were the real show. The trouble is, there is only one that, in good taste, I dare share… Back then foreigners were a rare commodity, especially English speaking ones that Thais could relate to with the odd remembered word from some forgotten GI. They’d follow you around, wanting to paw at your clothes or your high top sneakers. Kids followed you around like you were the Pied Piper. Strangers tugged at you on the streets to sit and eat with them. In a coffee shop, everyone stared. Add to that, Mike’s unprecedented status, and it wouldn’t be hard to imagine how he was eating it all up. Then there was that morning he woke up on some deserted beach, miles from the set. He didn’t remember how he got there. His pockets were empty. It was only because he had his actor’s pass around his neck written in Thai that a motorcycle jockey offered to waive his usual fare and give him a ride. Ragged with his hair tousled, he still got a round of applause when he finally showed up on the set. To the Thais, he was definitely a curiosity. His pantomime explanations alone would have rated him five star reviews. But now, for the first time, he was stuck. Payday wasn’t for another week, and he was broke. Not wanting to let on to anyone what had happened, he made excuses about being tired and wanting to get to bed early. Then the walls started to close in. The TV might as well have been static. Were all the channels in Thai? Did Thais do anything but cry for five minutes on these soap operas? And these lizards running across the ceiling, do they bite? And that damn music playing outside, who can sleep through such a racket? Finally, he gave up and went to walk around downstairs. Any place had to be better than this. Sitting just outside the hotel, he got an offer from a taxi driver that was too good to pass up. There were a lot of jewelry stores in town, offering commissions for brought in potential customers. Since Mike was already an actor maybe this would be right up his alley. He didn’t have to buy anything; just look around and act interested. Needless to say, that was what he did for the rest of the week. Every alley shop was another bottle of beer. Every avenue store was a glass of wine. By the end of the night, a midnight snack was the taxi driver’s treat. Come payday, with just one stop on the way, the ride was free. Well, he did do a few more really outrageous things in Thai Lies…
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  32. whitelotus

    HEY all guest :)

    Nowsaday, i've seen many guest number, so i wonder that why don't u join the site as a member so tht u can keep interact by posting in forum , blog and many more. I think just being a reader- one way communication is not fun though. Moreover, as a non-premium member, it's free of charge lol (right?bill) But if you guys have already been member, why don't u just show up , plz don't be shy lol
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  33. 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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  34. Turkey wish is to be part of the EU the EU's wish is that Greece would disappear plus they are not so sure about Turkey (are they stable? are they European? are they civilized? --you pick ! :twisted: ) Now going back centuries Turkey has always wanted Greece...and they have been sucessful several times conquering it ... here is the perfect peaceful solution ---> Turkey should BUY Greece (up-front cost has to be a bargin) there by gaining heroic stature on THE Continent and maybe saving the world !!!!!!! what do you Turkish members and Civilized EUROS think (I want a second career as a diplomat)
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  35. how cultural diversity relevant for transforming organizations into innovative places? what do you think about this idea? is it really relevant?
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  36. I think that learning Thai language through Thai song is a good way as music can make you're relaxed. I'll try to find the nice Thai songs to post here. Enjoy learning and watching http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvxDydk_rLs
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  37. http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/movies/2012/01/slamdance-2012-buffalo-girls-director-fought-for-thai-boxing-doc.html
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  38. I've face the flood at my house which is under water nearly all my first floor. Good luck since more than a week, the water level is decreasing bit by bit. However, I can find the nice link to show very beautiful pictures from flood area in my province ^^. Yeah beautiful but sad or we could say beautiful nightmare. http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2011/10/worst-flooding-in-decades-swamps-thailand/100168/ Such as this pic A "reclining Buddha" inundated with floodwaters on October 10, 2011 at an ancient temple -- one of a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites in Ayutthaya province. (Pornchai Kittiwongsakul/AFP/Getty Images) [ATTACH=CONFIG]117435[/ATTACH]
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  39. WHERE ARE ALL THE BI GIRLS IN THAILAND! WHICH BEST CLUB SITE ! IS LARGE THAIS AND TOURIST POPULATION . ENOUGH OF HEARING TOM AND DI 2 CATEGORIES FIGHTING EVERY TIME YOU GO OUT. THAI LESBIANS HAVE CULTURE SAME AS ANY ADAPTED SOCIETY AND RESPECT THAI CULTURE. HOW MANY GIRLS ON HOLIDAY ( MANY THAI GIRLS ) WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THEIR ***** LICKED BY A GIRL AND BF ASWELL WHERE ARE THEY ?? ALL GUYS READ AND POST THIS THREAD! SURE YOU WOULD GIVE / RECEIVE TO A GUY IF DIDN'T TELL ! RITE ??
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  40. Genno

    THE SPEEDO

    I like to think that I am pretty much a live and let live kinda guy. Open minded yeah ready to embrace lifes rich diversity, for sure. But this is just taking it too far. I realise that Thailand and SE Asia allows men to practise and explore their own unique fashion style, and hey if Camel active wear, socks with sandels and Snoop Dogg style gold chains do it for you then all well and good. However I have noticed over the past few years a shocking resurgence of the speedo type of swim wear in particular with large Germanic men. Saturday morning lying by the pool snoozing off a few of last nights beverages, a large man in a bright green speedo placed himself directly in my line of vision, it was like a bad car wreck I tried to look away but my morning was already tainted. Anyway for you speedo wearers out there please do the following : 1.Put on Speedo and look in the mirror. 2.Really look!!! And for you speedo wearers out there I have one question, WHY????
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  41. admin

    April Fools

    As is customary on April 1st of each year many websites post fake products, news, or play a joke on their users. Found any good ones? Kodak Relationshiffft WSOP Adds New Event, Strip Poker Who's got some?
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  43. Admin_2

    Changing Times

    I say the same thing about my underwear every Sunday and I completely agree.
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  44. SoBeIt

    They are gorgeous!

    Wouldnt mind having sex with them :oops: :oops:
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  45. I will be creating a t shirt for bangkok pool league. It will include logo of all teams or bar in the bangkok pool league. I already have the logo to most of the larger bar, but I need logo to the smaller one. Captains, please email them to me. BTW, Thailandfriends will also be featured in the T- shirt. Any other company thinking of sponsoring, please contact me.
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  46. hbkbkk

    First Class Monks

    While flying back home to california. I found myself in first class with a couple of thai monks. Often in BTS, we would also see sign posted to give up seat for monks. Being a monk isn't so bad in thailand.
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  47. bigKus

    Is that okay with you ?

    If someone who share sauna room with you at gym naked ?? :roll:
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  48. Khun_Sam

    Feel my prostate? Eh!

    I have never been for a medical checkup before and although I feel fine, one of my resolutions for 2007 is to have one done. Since there is a good number of mature guys here I thought it would be a good place to ask. 1. Is it really important to have a prostate examination done, after 40? 2. How does it feel, both physically and psychologically? (I've never been probed down there). How many fingers are used? 3. Would one be more at ease if the doctor were male or female? 4. Can one self-examine oneself? Or is it easy enough that one's partner can do it?
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  49. Hi all TFs... Who live in Singapore? I'm going to go to Singapore for work meeting and relaxing a week during Nov 6 - 11, so anyone have any recommendation.. ..what to do ..where to go ..where to hang out just need something special that no one mention it on guide book or something new there. :?: Many thanksss.. -prada-
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