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  1. 13 things I miss about living back in the UK

    How can you disagree with this????? It's obvious that the better the meat, the better the dish....the sanitised version in UK Is an irrelevance!
  2. No!! It's you who are wrong...it was Arisman. You must be very forgetful!
  3. Plenty of us expected them to stay as long as this, and even longer, but were shouted down in 2014!
  4. Thai language

    Sia dai....
  5. The advent of the Linn drum machine in 1982 changed all popular music forever, as no longer was musicianship and musical skills essential .....sad really
  6. Parsnips & Sprouts

    Fresh sprouts are available too ...from Chiangmai very good they are too!!!!
  7. Disrespectful words by gf

    Surely 'man' is indeed disrespectful used in this context...no doubt about it
  8. how to say "lightly cooked" morning glory in thai

    No...he's joking...obviously hates Brussels..... probably because they've always been so overcooked for him
  9. how to say "lightly cooked" morning glory in thai

    I will try this tomorrow when my housekeeper cooks my Brussels sprouts which can NOT be overcooked!!!!!
  10. how to say "lightly cooked" morning glory in thai

    I thought what I quoted above was correct Thai and not a native language construction........ In my house only Thai is spoken as no one understands any English at all!
  11. how to say "lightly cooked" morning glory in thai

    Surely..'.mai dtong suk mahk (gern bpai)' is enough cos that's what I use at home a lot. ,,,,don't cook too much!
  12. Oxo.... I am not sure of the point you are trying to make.. Are you saying to my statement regarding division of assets is incorrect ? Of course I have no trouble with the meaning of the word spouse Perhaps we are talking Cross purposes here .... I am simply take issue with you about the matter of the spouse receiving 50% as Sin Somros. Of course I am assuming there is proper marriage and no will, as you state.. Your last paragraph or two which states that you lose half the house (without any will) is simply incorrect !!!! You (assuming you are the foreign husband )will gain MORE than half the house... this is entirely dependent on how many relatives are entitled to make a claim on the estate . Are you disputing this fact ????
  13. You don't miss Palmers M? I certainly don't!!!
  14. Yes ,. I did realise that, but my comment was really a reaction to a point of Thai Probate law concerning property division in general after a spouse death....
  15. Again not quite true, although the point about being a husband is of course correct . However, if there is no will, then 50% of the estate will indeed go to the husband as Sin Somros. However, the other 50% will be divided amongst the relatives (as you state ) but the husband will also be included as a beneficiary !!!!! For example, if there are 2 beneficiaries on the wife's side then the 50% will be divided amongst 3 not 2,. So diving the husband in effect 66% of the total estate . Of course, if there are many more relatives on the wife's side who are entitled to a share of the estate then the husband share will be less than one third .. But it is important to note that the husband IS included in the remaining 50% share of it to be divided amongst the beneficiaries I can assure you that this is Thai law