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  1. Musical Toilet So there is a musical toilet and whoever sits on it, the toilet will sing you a song. So the first guy, Bob, went in and came out and a guy, Larry, asked "What did it sing for you?" and Bob said "Amazing Grace" Another guy, Sam, went in and came out and Larry asked "What did it sing for you?" and Sam said "Star Spangled Banner" Another guy, Jack, went in and came out and Larry asked "What did it sing for you?" and Jack said "MY Ding A Ling" Another guy, Randy, went in and came out and Larry asked "What did it sing for you?" and Randy said "Love is a many splendored thing" Eventually Larry went in and came out but when he came out from sitting on the musical toilet he looked very embarrassed and when they all asked "What did it sing for you?" Larry answered "Do you see what I see?"
  2. Try again-different computer-the previous attempt above failed! (it does not seem as funny as it did last night-sorry)
  3. Slightly off topic but I still think my following question is relevant in view of the comments above regarding stalls being anti traffic, anti pedestrian and anti customer enjoyment(inside bars etc). Are those of you complaining of the above stalls also against the closure of certain streets to become ‘walking streets’ over the weekends and festivals and/or should all stall and street vendors be banned for your selfish pleasure?
  4. They (footpath markets) are not a pain to their customers. These stalls are part of the culture and one of the many reason tourists come to CM. It is part of the 'charm' of the city! Resident motorists can always use their local knowledge to find a route that suits them better if they wish to try! (and lessen the pollution in the tourist areas). As a confirmed pedestrian I can state I have no problem walking the market stall areas.
  5. I can guarantee that you will be 'charged' more for a second hand battery than the charge it will hold.
  6. In a decent society the ID card would be changed to show the change of Sexual Status and allow marriage.
  7. As you have said she is not a 'ladyboy', if she has gone through full gender re-alignment (and undertaking hormone treatment). She is now fully 'trans gender' and it is none of your business what she does with her life now.
  8. This is not quite part of the OP's original topic but I am interested as to why you want to remove stalls only from the section from Mcd's to Pantip, why not the whole of Changklan road? This is either the 'Night Bazaar' area, 'stalls and all' and connected to 'Annusan Market', (by the stalls) and local areas or is it just to be a 'normal' road in CM. Do you want an area with 'character', and by definition tourists and money into the economy or just a noisy traffic thoroughfare?
  9. I have been a frequent visitor to the Red Lion and a number of other smaller establishments in the area under discussion at various times of the day from 11AM-11PM. (I don’t stay in those bars all day!) Yes there is noise from the carts being moved from the storage area to their locations but there is no way that noise can be described as 'gross' or even excessive. The noise of MC’s being revved up and the constant noise from adjacent bars/outlets and hotel parking attendant whistles is much more disturbing (if it really bothers you)! Also note that most of the stalls being moved along that stretch of road are not for that bit of road under the OP’s discussion but for putting out on the main road/market area.    Let the locals have their livelihood and the tourists their fun. You appear to be a resident and if so you have choices. I like the area and frequent it, if you don’t like it, don’t come to it.
  10. Bathroom Call A drunk gets up from the bar and heads for the bathroom. A few minutes later, a loud, blood curdling scream is heard from the bathroom. A few minutes after that, another loud scream reverberates through the bar. The bartender goes into the bathroom to investigate why the drunk is screaming. "What's all the screaming about in there? You're scaring the customers!" "I'm just sitting here on the toilet and every time I try to flush, something comes up and squeezes the hell out of my b*lls." With that, the bartender opens the door, looks in and says... "You idiot!" "You're sitting on the mechanical mop bucket!"