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Pretty Thai girl and her mum ripped me off for 50,000 baht engagement dowry, says factory worker

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

The night before Bunchuai told police that he caught his future wife chatting with another man on the Line application and confronted her.

 

Ahh,, caught the woman cheating with another man,, Thailand national sport

and pass time, geeks and mia noys.....

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3 hours ago, rkidlad said:

It's almost as if paying for a bride is a seriously flawed and bad idea. 

 

I'm pretty sure the old saying 'you can't buy love' is a universal truth. 

Wasn't in Farang land up until the recent past. The only difference was that it was the bride's parents who paid for the wedding ( which was/is quite a hefty sum).

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

where she was selling things

Yeah, bet she was ?

 

1 hour ago, berybert said:

If you think someone with a pixelated face is beautiful then I guess its not hard to work out your favourite form of viewing.

Ok if he was into Minecraft ?

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If my daughter's boyfriend asked to move in with with her in less than a month I'd tell him get stuffed ! (unless he was loaded of course)

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3 hours ago, Peterw42 said:

Since when is there an engagement Sin Sod? Isn't It usually part of the marriage ceremony.

No, it's presented at the engagement ceremony. The formal process is the groom and family go the house of the bride and present the dowry to her parents. Then the parents give permission to marry and the groom fetches the bride and then the rest of the ceremony starts. 

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3 hours ago, berybert said:

Wow you are happy for scammers to get away with scamming people. Are you an African prince ?

He is a factory worker and that's 2 or 3 months wages. Would you be happy to lose that.

And how nice to know there are some Thai people who don't care bout 'face'.

 

 

I am with you, bring them down, let them spend a few years in Bangkok's finest accommodation I say, well done young man, let us hope this experience is helpful in the future for you and others.

 

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