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  1. Stop complaining will you ?
    I have just read a thread about Arabic transgenders. Guys trolled the topic but you didn't complain about it. Sorry that it bothers you that I am still alive.

    I prefer to warn you : you've broken à cardinal rule for too long a time now. You could have apologised but you prefer to go deeper and deeper to the dark side. Bad karma. You'll be unlucky sooner or later.


  2. In order to insult me

    I must first value

    Your opinion

     

    Nice trolling thought.

     

     

    I felt like adding this comment anyway. given your nasty behaviour in the last 2/3 weeks, I had no shame in writing this comment. It allowed a good piece of discussion with members. BTW, reading your posts, you don't only eat dog food, you don't post, you bark. :lol:

     

    Is there any chance of a hotel review, for old time's sake?

     

    You should ask the mod to hoover all OTS's barking after my posts. This would be fair.


  3. We all have our own brand of snobbery P&G. You're clearly a food snob :)

     

    By the way Citrus is about 1500 baht so a bad choice if you're trying make a point.

     

    I've stayed in the Marriott (5k a night) but have eaten Thai food at roadside food stalls for 40 baht .... is that a better example ?

     

    Yes, your example is interesting. I criticize getting food at KFC in Thailand, but I also enjoy a good Thai meal at 40 bahts.

    I can be both what you call a food snob and a cheap charlie. The amount of baht I spend ain't the criteria.

     

    Yes, I didn't grow up in the anglo saxon culture. I am afraid what you call a food snob is seen differently in other countries, even poor ones. We're people, so we don't eat dog food. I guess that Thai people are also sensible to this point when they observe farangs.


  4. Not a fight, but given the atmosphere generated by the OP, I feel authorized to post such comments.

    I do feel amazed by the concept of "cheap charlies". It's a kind of snobbery to post that one can afford expensive hotels or drinks in expensive bars with expensive bar fines etc ... But I just point out that the same ones get food that is worse than cheap charlie's food. Yes, I prefer to go and have rest in places with empty beaches in an old hotel and get a room without AC, but I take care not to eat dog food.

    I had thought of initiating a thread on the subject, but this pic was such a strong temptation. :)


  5. No I think it's just a microwave. Unless there was something in the lower cupboards as I've never looked in them. The night market right by the BTS does cheap good food and with Tesco lotus the other side with a big food hall and also your western food outlets like KFC etc.

     

     

    Hotel : 4,000 baht and food from KFC. 55555


  6. I would avoid any area where tuk tuk drivers are agressive and offer deals that are too good to be true. This happens mainly in daytime in places whithout ladyboys. I think mainly of Ratchadamnoen Kland road.

     

    Edit : as mentioned several times above, it's hard to define an area in Bangkok as unsafe. What's unsafe IMHO is to hang on drunk, what could attract hookers with a predator instinct.


  7. I get a kick out of posters who claim they've never had an STD, saying "I got tested and came back clear." Or "I've never had a single symptom."

     

    Fact is, for most men, many STDs are asymptomatic. Sometimes you'll get a bout that will cause you pain and discomfort (the ol' pissing razorblades syndrome), but in other instances you'll be infected but won't have any symptoms. But, being infected, you'll be infecting others if you're going BB.

     

    This is especially a problem with HPV, which is almost always asymptomatic in men, and there's no test for HPV in men. The upside is there aren't too many risks for men, aside from ugly warts that might develop, but for GGs it's a different story. And since HPV is epidemic among sex workers (probably as close to 100% as you can get), it's a near certainty that we've all had or have HPV. And there's no treatment for HPV. The warts can be burned off, and the virus usually clears all by itself among men after a few months, but until it does, you are a carrier.

     

    Yes, you're right to warn about HPV. This is the only STD on can get when having protected sex, but it happens (not in Thailand as far as I was concerned). When an ugly wart shows up, you need to go and explain a doctor that you are not the wise man you look like. It's not really pleasant to have it cured with liquid nitrogen, but it's efficient.

     

    You will notice that old hookers often have such warts on the top of their legs.


  8. are there any phone internet contracts that runs for only 6 months? As I'll only be there for 6 months and signing a 1 year contract would be wasteful.

     

    I don't remember my contract, but I had taken something for one month that I had paid 8 or 900 bahts. That was not AIS. The most expensive were calls abroad.

    You shouldn't worry. Just go to a place like Century 21 and check with phone shops, you will find a good contract.


  9. Thanks to the guys who trust me. If you don't, just click on the above link and see that it's the official website of the Thai Royal Embassy in Brasil. You will find the following text in the page :
    Estrangeiros que ingressarem na Tailândia na categoria de Isenção de Visto de Turismo e que queiram sair e retornar somente poderão permanecer por um período cumulativo que não exceda 90 dias e que esteja dentro de um prazo de 6 meses a contar da data da primeira entrada. (O passaporte ou documento de viagem deverá estar válido por pelo menos 6 meses a partir da data da primeira entrada).

     

     

     

    I let you exercise your talents of translation. :)


  10. Nationals of the United Kingdom and over 40 other countries are eligible to travel to Thailand, for tourism purpose, with the exemption of visa and are permitted to stay in Thailand for a period of not exceeding 30 days. Therefore, you do not need a visa.

    However, please make sure that you are in possession of a passport valid for at least 6 months, a round-trip air ticket, and adequate finances equivalent to at least 10,000 Baht (150 pounds) per person or 20,000 Baht (300 pounds) per family. Otherwise, you maybe inconvenienced upon entry into the country.

    Furthermore, foreigners who enter Thailand under this Tourist Visa Exemption Scheme may re-enter and stay in Thailand for a cumulative duration of stay of not exceeding 90 days within any 6-month period from the date of first entry.

     

     

    In another Thai Embassy website, I found further explanations that be translated as follows :

    "Nationals of above quoted countries shall hold a passport whose validity is over 6 months upon arrival in Thailand, and possess an amount of money of at least 10,000 baht per person or 20,000 baht per family ...


  11. I am careful about money, but I am also careful not to bargain over the" point of the best service". If you manage to bargain a lower price, you believe you are going to be happy, but the girl won't feel like being pleasant with you. You get a low cost for low price.


  12. You can find videos of ladyboys fighting in Pattaya too. This fight looks like a similar fight.

     

    At first sight, I saw a ladyboy (or girl) hitting a guy. It seems that the guy was beating someone else lying on the ground. It's not so violent. A few people exchanged smacks and punches for an unknown reason. I don't want to excuse violence. I just mean, it's not worth a story since we don't know how the argument started.


  13. TBH

    Similar to you, I was curious.

    What follows is based on direct experiences in recent weeks as a holiday visitor.

    On this occasion I did not go to go-go bars because I had built up a number of leads through this forum and found these to be quite accurate and comprehensive.

    Did not see the point of contacting anyone until I was there.

    The standard price quoted by the more known LBs when approached on LINE was 3,000 thb

    I did not pursue any of those who quoted the price only and I admit that this approach has its limitations.

    When, on occasions, I chatted a little first and then counter offered 2,000 thb this was always accepted.

    Some LBs quoted 1,500 thb if hosting and 2,000 thb if coming to me.

    Less well known but equally attractive LBs never quoted more than 2,000 thb but all were happy to come over for 1,500thb

    I read that some BMs pay 1,000 thb but I do not have sufficient experience to comment.

    I sense that repeated customs and getting to know some LBs may well secure these lower fees.

    I found places like Check In Bar first left from Soi 7 and Chaos in Soi 4 provided plenty of opportunities to chat to friendly LBs.

    When chatting to LBs face to face I was never quoted more than 2,000 thb and all were happy with 1,500 thb

    From my experiences, and despite these interactions are mainly based on selling and buying, treating your chosen LBs with dignity and respect almost always paid dividends.

    Thanks to this forum, I was able to minimise disappointments and maximise my opportunities during my limited time.

    Enjoy your time there.

     

    I read the same very recently only. If I had read it before my trip, I would have tried this price at least once. I am convinced that prices are going down in BKK. Though, I think that 1,000 baht would be a bottom price in BKK. If anyone thinks I am wrong, please , just let me know.


  14. You can trust the above advises as experts' ones.

    It seems that the business has been fairly low since the end of the rain season. I don't see why GGs or ladyboys should increase their prices. IMHO, some try to compensate a low activity trying to raise the price of their services. It's just dangerous for their business.

    On the other hand, prices are lower in Pattaya, especially with ladyboys.

     

    I also suggest you to read this page of the forum : http://www.bangkokladyboys.net/forum/index.php?/topic/6306-the-1000-baht-rule/page-3

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