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    Pad Krapow Moo - 31 Baht! What?

    Just has a late lunch/early din dins which comprised of the aforementioned foodstuff. It was a lackluster affair to say the very least. Poorly presented, a meager amount and basically as bland a Pad Krapow Moo Sub I've ever tasted.

    So where the fuck did the extra 1 baht come from?

    25 baht - great,fantastic

    30 baht - fine, no problems

    35 baht - bordering on a little dear but no great hardship for the old wallet

    40 baht - ok, but the fucker'd better have an egg on top

    But 31 baht!

    Are you calling me a kunt, Woraporn?

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    And my innards have just started violently rumbling. Time to destroy the internet shop bog with 31 bahts worth of filth.

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    One baht for ice & water

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim
    One baht for ice & water
    It's a first. Fleecing old tart!

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    31 baht for colonic irrigation is a bargain.

    Have you seen how much they charge on Samui to pour coffee up your arse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    Have you seen how much they charge on Samui to pour coffee up your arse?
    Self administration is the most thrifty option. Length of hosepipe, thermos full of Nescafe, and a kindly passer by willing to blow it up the bunghole.

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    Prices are up in Bkk khao man gai 35 baht jok 40 baht.
    Went to Foodland shopping Kellogg's corn flakes 500g 90 baht bargain. Couple of pints of milk farang breakfast for 2 weeks around 160 baht.
    Thai breakfast coming in around 500 baht.
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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    khao man gai 35 baht
    If someone charged me 35 baht for a khao mun I'd probably spit at them. There's nothing to that dish. I could eat five and still have room left for a KFC bargain bucket.

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    Slap was this at your own eating emporium?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xanax
    Slap was this at your own eating emporium?
    Lord no! You wouldn't catch me eating in that shithole!

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    if its not moo grop, not interested....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter
    if its not moo grop
    I know mate. I love it. I love it too much. But I hear it's quite good at making you dead. Which is a real pain in the arse.

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    well i never!!! why?

    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    quite good at making you dead

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter
    well i never!!! why?
    Fat deep fried in fat isn't the healthiest of fare, there mate.

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    Thanks for the tip.
    I'll stick to my Mars bar in batter then

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Fat deep fried in fat isn't the healthiest of fare, there mate
    yeah but.... the crunchlytastic melt in your mouth pork supreme of rice dishes.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Fat deep fried in fat isn't the healthiest of fare, there mate
    yeah but.... the crunchlytastic melt in your mouth pork supreme of rice dishes.....
    I prefer the sales person pitch.
    Crunchy fried pork leg cut into chunks served on rice.

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    Farang tax at 3%, or more likely as it was shit house, it was a 25 baht job and you got stung 19% farang tax.

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    37 baht with a fried egg here.

    7 baht for the egg, mind. If the price of eggs goes up much more, I'm going to start sounding like the grandma from Angela's Ashes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Just has a late lunch/early din dins which comprised of the aforementioned foodstuff. It was a lackluster affair to say the very least. Poorly presented, a meager amount and basically as bland a Pad Krapow Moo Sub I've ever tasted. So where the fuck did the extra 1 baht come from?
    Toilet cleanup fee, they know their food is crap and that you'd crap.

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