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Lacessit

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  1. Lacessit

    Do you go to Aussie bars?

    Out of natural politeness, we hesitate to let other nationalities know how smart we really are. Alcohol removes inhibitions.
  2. Lacessit

    Do you go to Aussie bars?

    In hindsight, he should not have told them he had a Thai wife. The Tax File Number is probably because without it, he can't be classed as receiving a couple's pension. Our bureaucracy does go around in circles sometimes. It's too much to hope they would eventually disappear up their fundamental orifice.
  3. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    It's extremely unlikely I will go to jail for expressing an opinion in here, mainly because my opinions are mostly favourable, except perhaps the vehicular insanity. It's not my democracy, so I don't care. The low level corruption is preferable to shelling out a fortnight's pension for a minor traffic offence. I think the expression I am looking for is "Making a mountain out of a molehill".
  4. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    I would be quite confident she can make a good Pad Krapow, Pad Siew Gai, Pad Thai Goong and Som Tam, along with Tom Yum. Her mother can teach her to make Khao Gai, Pad Pat Ruam ( Sweet and Sour ) and a rather tasty breakfast omelet with tomato and onion. At minimum, I would expect you to use deodorant. I'm not sure if they still stock Old Spice in Chiang Rai. I suppose there is always kerosene. You don't get the privilege of calling me Daddy until you have learned to eat Vegemite on toast for breakfast. And enjoy it.
  5. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    I don't understand why you are stressing this. I have lived here for ten years now, employ an agent to do all the 90 day and extension crap. I don't give two hoots about whether I am loved and welcomed. I have a good life here. IMHO the Thai attitude to property and business is eminently sensible. I just wish we had the same attitude in Australia, where our politicians fall over themselves to sell off yet another asset to anyone with the money.
  6. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    Can't answer for her cooking; however, her mother can teach her what falangs like by way of food. She will not leave you as long as the dosh keeps coming every month. You may want to consider breaking the habits of a lifetime, and showering every day. Her mother is my GF. You could also ruminate on the boost to your social standing by being part of my family tree. Posting topics as you suggest would hardly be worthy of you.
  7. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    She's ideal for you. A bit of an airhead, so you will enjoy that. As I've said, I'm too old for her. However, when she walks away the rear view has my johnson stirring.
  8. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    How old are you, rapscallion?
  9. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    How old are you, rapscallion?
  10. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    There's her daughter, 13 yo. Will that do?
  11. Lacessit

    Do you go to Aussie bars?

    You would be unhinged too if you had to deal with Centrelink.
  12. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    Don't do that. I can introduce you to a 28 yo stunning Thai woman who will cut your toenails, put your socks on ( I'm making an assumption here), and minister to your every need. She's too young for me. A little dosh is required.
  13. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    Geez mate. You are getting desperate. What happened to the ratbag we all know and love?
  14. Lacessit

    Mixed feelings about living in LOS.

    You're being logical. Shame on you.
  15. Probably the Shangri-La, Le Meridien or Duangtawan hotels on Changkhlan Road. The attached photo gives a snippet of information. The erotic garden is run by a slightly dotty Thai lady. For 300 baht, you get the tour, and a cup of tea with cake afterwards. She speaks very good English, so you may struggle. Actually, Chiang Rai is a better launch point for the really interesting stuff in Northern Thailand. Once one has been to Doi Inthanon, San Kamphaeng Hot Springs, Mon Chaem and the erotic gardens, the rest is ABT.
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