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Commerce to make Thailand “Paradise of Street Food”

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2 hours ago, PatOngo said:

What came first, the chicken or the egg???

The rooster came first!!! Or you wouldn't have an egg.

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That is not street food if she said restaurants! !! Street food stalls are to be banned and stopped so we were told😆make up your *** mind plz

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ID: 19   Posted (edited)

I come to Thailand for the delights of the street food.

 

 

Recent outporings from the politicos declared sweeping the streets clean of these attractions.

 

I was begining to investigate having to partake in the 10's of thousands of the indigenous prostitutes as a foil to my despair.

 

But seems salvation is at hand.

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3 hours ago, PatOngo said:

What came first, the chicken or the egg???

Thailand.....................:cheesy:

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They do know what they are doing.

The Restaurant Association is passing the brown envelope  as are the Bus  Transport guys

re the pickup rear seating ban.

High speed trains coming next that the poor people cannot afford to ride in

 

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And these people R with us every day , scary stuff....................................:cheesy:

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Surely, "Thailand, a paradise of banned street food" is an oxymoron?

 

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last month i went for a short holiday at Happy Sea Rayong, the prices of street food was so cheap compared to the prices of street food in BKK.
Had "Chao Kway" grass jelly desserts for 15 THB a bowl. when the bill came my friends and I were all surprised! we actually check if the bill was correct cos it was too cheap. 
While I understand the need for health and cleanliness, cheap and good food is always the best attraction.
Even some HISOs I know still love Khao Niao Moo Ping and hanging out at the local SomTam n JimJoom roadside stall. 
Come to ABAC BangNa where I lived and you see the rich Uni kids in the BMWs and Mercedes queuing up to buy BBQ Chicken on sticks across the 7-11 in a rundown Shack.
 
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Rich people eat...who knew? :rolleyes:

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38 minutes ago, SABloke said:

 


Rich people eat...who knew? :rolleyes:

 

Rich people do eat...They eat the poor....And the rich are hungry

and want those food carts paying high rents in food courts they

own.....

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Inter departmental communication at its best !!!! :cheesy::cheesy:


Awaiting K Kobkarn announcement any minutes

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