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  1. Indeed a wild over-excited crowd last Saturday! Enjoyed my ass off!! I agree that it was definitely too crowded for us to be able to burn the dancefloor though. But I saw that you guys got game! So at next gathering to Narcissus, I rely on you to turn the place upside down!!
  2. Wow! I hope I am misinterpreting your words Sabaisabai. But this really sounds like you're in favor of genetic selection so that "the most intelligent and clever could survive"??? I think nature is much wiser than you think. And if indeed human race is really meant to disappear because of that...So be it!
  3. Does anybody know where to get that special kind of incense sticks in Bangkok? They are imported from India. I know where to get them in France but I haven't seen any in Thailand. Roojak mai?
  4. Does anybody know where to get that special kind of incense sticks in Bangkok? They are imported from India. I know where to get them in France but I haven't seen any in Thailand. Roojak mai?
  5. Yeeeeeehaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! This journal really kicks ass May! I'm so proud of my 'best pic of the night': thaleung maak! :PP Thanks to all of you guys. The pleasure is all mine...
  6. Alright, for those who don't know what this is: it's a 'narghile', 'nargileh', 'sheesha', 'shisha'... or 'chicha'. Pick the one you prefer. Anyway, this is an oriental tobacco pipe with a long flexible tube connected to a container where the smoke is cooled by passing through water. One of my friends brought himself one from Turkey with an incredible variety of flavored tobaccos: peach, guava, apple, cherry, cappucino, mint, toffee...As the tobacco mixture is smoked, it releases an aroma of caramelizing sugar, similar to that from a cotton candy machine. I have seen some in Thailand, most of
  7. Alright, for those who don't know what this is: it's a 'narghile', 'nargileh', 'sheesha', 'shisha'... or 'chicha'. Pick the one you prefer. Anyway, this is an oriental tobacco pipe with a long flexible tube connected to a container where the smoke is cooled by passing through water. One of my friends brought himself one from Turkey with an incredible variety of flavored tobaccos: peach, guava, apple, cherry, cappucino, mint, toffee...As the tobacco mixture is smoked, it releases an aroma of caramelizing sugar, similar to that from a cotton candy machine. I have seen some in Thailand, most of
  8. Next day. Damn right. Just like when Belle told me: "Hey Jose, you look sad this morning..." and I would reply: "No I'm not sad. You can say I look like crap though".
  9. ze_pequeno

    Miss ya

    Well,...at least you managed to find a week-end job in Samet! Good move! Anyway, tell us when you'll get back to "civilization"
  10. This is supposed to be an actual article in the Los Angeles Times some years ago. "In retrospect, lighting the match was my big mistake. But I was only trying to retrieve the gerbil." Eric Tomasewski told bemused doctors in the Severe Burns Unit of Salt Lake City Hospital. Tomaszewski, and his homosexual partner, Andrew "Kiki" Farnum, had been admitted for emergency treatment after a felching session had gone seriously wrong. "I pushed a cardboard tube up his rectum and slipped Raggot, our gerbil, in," he explained. "As usual, Kiki shouted out "Armageddon", my cue that he'd had enough. I tried
  11. This is supposed to be an actual article in the Los Angeles Times some years ago. "In retrospect, lighting the match was my big mistake. But I was only trying to retrieve the gerbil." Eric Tomasewski told bemused doctors in the Severe Burns Unit of Salt Lake City Hospital. Tomaszewski, and his homosexual partner, Andrew "Kiki" Farnum, had been admitted for emergency treatment after a felching session had gone seriously wrong. "I pushed a cardboard tube up his rectum and slipped Raggot, our gerbil, in," he explained. "As usual, Kiki shouted out "Armageddon", my cue that he'd had enough. I tried
  12. ze_pequeno

    WWW Donation

    Heeey! I like your selection Oy! Cool stuff! Here are some websites I like to wander in: http://www.sriracha-sauce.com/ http://www.takashimurakami.com/ http://www.bjork.com/ http://www.fondation.cartier.fr/flash.html http://www.ibcbettas.com/
  13. In an extremely lazy family, the father, the mother and the daughter are arguing to decide who will wash the dishes. Well on that evening, the daughter?s boyfriend is invited for dinner. Therefore, there are more dishes than usual. To agree on who will wash the dishes tonight, the father has an idea: - Ok, here?s what we will do: the next one who talks will wash the dishes! The mother and the daughter nod their head in agreement. Outside, the boyfriend arrives on his old rusty bicycle that squeaks every time he rides it. He leans his bicycle on the wall and pushes the door. - Good evening eve
  14. In an extremely lazy family, the father, the mother and the daughter are arguing to decide who will wash the dishes. Well on that evening, the daughter?s boyfriend is invited for dinner. Therefore, there are more dishes than usual. To agree on who will wash the dishes tonight, the father has an idea: - Ok, here?s what we will do: the next one who talks will wash the dishes! The mother and the daughter nod their head in agreement. Outside, the boyfriend arrives on his old rusty bicycle that squeaks every time he rides it. He leans his bicycle on the wall and pushes the door. - Good evening eve
  15. ze_pequeno

    Student Card.

    Heh, You didn't tell me this Neung. That's quite a good story! See ya tomorrow!
  16. I am not completely sure about it, but there's about 90% chances that the first pic was taken at Place des Terreaux in Lyon, France. With these little fountains on the ground, it looks just like it. Oh, and...er... the 4th pic is very original by the way. Anyway thanks for your pics Neung, they cheer me up since today it particularly sucks ass at work!! :-( Nice week-end!
  17. Bwahahahahahahaha! Today it particularly sucks ass at work. I was beginning to feel gloomy. Thank you Sonny for that cheeky joke! It cheers me up! ++
  18. ze_pequeno

    be careful guys.

    This experience reminds me of a movie. An English movie actually. "Butterfly Man" from Kaprice Kea, starring Stuart Laing and Napakpapha "Mamee" Nakprasitte. It's a quite cool movie and I think it gives a pretty good idea of the vision a male young foreigner can have when he first comes to Thailand. Check out the website! http://www.butterflyman.co.uk/main.htm Anyway, I'm sorry for your buddy. I guess we all learn from bad experiences...
  19. Alright. Actually, I just registered to flickr.com this morning and there is one step of the registration process I missed. Now I just fixed it. Stay tuned for more crazy pics!!
  20. Hi everybody! I just got 5 pics from the foam party approved in my profile. Feel free to check them out! I will try to post the others on the following website tonight. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ze_pequeno/ Have a nice day!
  21. Hi everybody! I just got 5 pics from the foam party approved in my profile. Feel free to check them out! I will try to post the others on the following website tonight. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ze_pequeno/ Have a nice day!
  22. Capricorn: Cool! I thought I was the only one meeting this description!
  23. I love the way you write on your journals Sonny! You're always so enthusiastic! It seems like you ate a yabba the size of a freezbee!
  24. 1. Asuncion (Paraguay) - After 10 years, I'm finally going back to my father's country in December!!! So excited! 2. Manila (Philippines) 3. Rajahstan (India) 4. Marakkech (Morocco) 5. The Great Wall (China) 6. Macchu Picchu (Peru) 7. La Habana (Cuba) 8. Tanzania 9. Kyoto (Japan) 10. Salvador de Bahia (Brazil)
  25. Hi Lovelylips. I've never been to paintball, but I heard that paintball in Pattaya is pretty cool. You can check out their website: http://www.paintballpark-pattaya.com/
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