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  1. It's a matter of standards. Most male Westerners coming here dress and behave like a heap of s..t. Can well understand Thai aiming for something rather better.
  2. It's a matter of standards. Most male Westerners coming here dress and behave like a heap of s..t. Can well understand Thai aiming for something rather better.
  3. Sick scumbag. And what happened to the guy who dragged 2 cats behind his pick up until they died as reported in the Bangkok Post last meek ? All gone very quiet.
  4. UK and Thailand to hold Joint Military Exercise

    Nothing wrong with this idea . Why all the fuss ..?
  5. Free publicity ! Game will now be more popular than ever. Meantime, how about cleaning up corrupt temples ?
  6. Chav English is the norm in England today rather than American English.
  7. What is the VERY BEST thing about living in Thailand??

    Free to do what you like within the law (ie no Western moralizing), and the Women (of course).
  8. Pets rescued from locked car in Lampang

    Send the owner to jail for a long time. I wonder why he had so many animals in the car. I suspect his intentions were of the worst kind.
  9. Vendors Ordered Off Central Lardprao Sidewalks

    Good news. Long overdue. This area has become a nightmare for pedestrians.
  10. Jogger filmed shoving schoolboy as he walked past him

    What a pathetic creep.
  11. Justice is for all, rich or poor, says Prayut

    Amazing Thailand.
  12. Soi dog saved after teens suspected of "having a bit of fun"

    I hope whoever did this rots in hell.
  13. SCB just as bad. Couldn't care less re foreign customers. Best not to lose your temper though. Never works, especially in Thailand.
  14. Worker drowns in bio-gas pond in Nakhon Pathom

    Drowning in s..t must be a pretty rotten way to go. RIP.
  15. First visited Thailand late '60s. Worked here in the 80's for 5 years before transferring to Taiwan. Retired late 90's and returned to Thailand with my Thai wife, to whom I have been happily married for nearly 30 years. We have lived here ever since splitting our time between our homes in Bangkok and Rayong. No intention of living anywhere else, least of all my country of birth, England, which unsurprisingly I cannot identify with anymore.
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