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About bazza73

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  1. So what do you think becomes of bar girls when they quit being bar girls? Some of them end up in the gutter. Others successfully transition to respectability. Of course some of them become housewives. Then they no longer regard themselves as hos.
  2. Huge Savings on Dentistry in Thailand

    Are you talking to me? If so, nothing. I don't mind recommending any business that gives me good service.
  3. Huge Savings on Dentistry in Thailand

    Elite Smile at Pantip Plaza in Chiang Mai has equipment the equivalent of anything state of the art I've seen in Australia. I've had two implants there, with one more to come. About a third of the cost in Australia, and an Australian dentist said it was top quality work. One does have to be careful with some of the clinics that claim to do implants over a few days. When I questioned the dentist at Elite Smile, he smiled and said his failure rate on implants was about 3%. Failure rates on the rush jobs are about 40%.
  4. Admittedly the odds of transmission of the HIV virus are lower in unprotected vaginal sex; however, the risk is still there. If it's anal sex, the odds are the same as with gays. It's all about exchange of bodily fluids. So the risks of syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia and other STI's are irrelevant to you. I'm curious - on another thread you have stated you would prefer a 14 yo as being easier to mould to your wishes. Without condoms in the picture, how do you propose to (1) Avoid infecting her ( 2 ) Avoid pregnancy?
  5. Why don't you just buy one of those rubber dolls? Much cheaper for you.
  6. Most are a rip-off for just about everything - alcohol, electronics etc. The online stores are killing them. The only duty-free shop where alcohol is very much cheaper that I have seen is Norfolk Island, not exactly well-known to tourists.
  7. I would much rather have a 40 yo Thai woman with some life experience. A 14 yo with no education, life skills or experience - no thanks. And if you think getting hooked up with some 14 yo gives you exclusivity, forget it. Children experiment, and she would test her sexual range with whatever is handy. You won't be able to keep up, pun fully intended. IMHO you must be a very insecure person to even consider such a relationship. Mature women frighten you?
  8. After visiting Vietnam, I'm quite amazed that Thailand with thousands of police checkpoints claims it is a democracy. Never saw one checkpoint in Vietnam, and that's a Communist country. Most of the time the checkpoints only want to check the tax disc on the car. The only potentially nasty time I've experienced was when I couldn't find my Thai driver's licence immediately, and the cop got angry and put his hand on his gun. I found it eventually, and he calmed down. Most of the checks in the Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai area seem to be targeting drugs, particularly yaa baa.
  9. Not quite. Thai law only divides the assets 50:50 that are acquired AFTER the marriage. Defacto relationships are not recognised. In Western society, both marriages and defacto relationships of more than one year result in a division 50:50 of all assets, irrespective of when they were acquired.
  10. I want/need to stop smoking.

    Men have cervixes? I must have missed that in anatomy class.
  11. Now if we could only have a decent education system for Thai drivers. Sorry, off topic.
  12. What would you expect? A girl/woman in the rice fields of most of the Thai villages is lucky to earn 2000 baht a month. Of course a falang with assets and a monthly income of 60,000 to 100,000 baht is going to look like their dreams come true. There are many stories of failure. Fewer stories of success, probably because many people don't feel the need to advertise it. IMHO the principal distinction between success and failure in falang/Thai relationships is the setting of boundaries. Those men who thought only with their dicks and plowed all their money into a marriage were the losers. The guys who committed only what they could afford to lose, and laid down the limits of their expenditures, are the winners. It's a tiny minority of falang /Thai relationships where the assets are evenly distributed, or in favour of the Thai. The money thing will always be there.
  13. I want/need to stop smoking.

    You might want to try isolation. I gave up smoking in 1983. I took one pack on a hunting trip to the backblocks of New South Wales. When I ran out of smokes, I had a choice - give up, or drive 100 km to the nearest shop. Too bloody ridiculous. You will be constantly thirsty, that is your body purging itself of all the toxins. If you can stick it out for a month, the craving will disappear. Food will taste much better. After 6 - 12 months, your lung function will restore itself. Mine went from 3.5 litres to 6 litres. Reducing the number of cigarettes you smoke daily doesn't work. It has to be done cold turkey. Focus on the benefits to your health and wallet. Exercise as much as possible. Avoid stress, that tempts you to light up. Bear in mind if you are a smoker, you are 20 times more likely to die of lung cancer than a non-smoker. If you can give up, in 5 - 10 years your risk level for lung cancer will reduce back to that of a non-smoker. Good luck.
  14. getting inusured for any vehicle

    It sounds like the OP wants to know what vehicle insurance in Thailand covers him for medical treatment in the event of an accident. The answer is no, he needs hospital/medical insurance.
  15. You can rent a large house in Chiang Mai for as little as 8000 baht a month. Just would have to be careful of soi dogs, however, a cat would be no problem. They are everywhere once you get a bit outside the city.