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    How many Thais did you see in Hooters? Here is a sample menu from Hooters in Nevada and the prices are very reasonable for the US. We have gotten spoiled living in Thailand and paying 45 baht for a good bowl of noodle soup or chicken and rice. Anything with a western logo will be much higher in price since westerners are the customer base.

    SAMPLE MENU
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    8.49 = 308 baht

    Chicken Tenders
    Whole fresh tender, hand breaded to order, fried and tossed in your choice of wing sauce or plain. Served with dressing. Approimately 5-6 in an order.
    Here is a sample menu from Hooters in Nevada. The prices are pretty typical for the US. We have gotten spoiled living in Thailand and paying 45 baht for a good bowl of noodle soup. Anything with a western logo will be raised in price since only westerners typically purchase these items. How many Thais did you see in Hooters?


    7.99 = 290 baht

    Chicken Caesar Salad
    Chopped romaine, shredded Parmesan cheese, crispy seasoned croutons and creamy Caesar dressing topped with slices of grilled or fried chicken.

    8.49 = 306 baht

    Hooter's Burger
    Hooter's (More than a mouthful) Burger. Served with your choice of toppings and curly fries.

    8.49 = 306 baht

    Pulled BBQ Pork Sandwich
    A generous portion of pulled BBQ pork served on Texas toast smothered in bbq sauce and topped with cole slaw and onion tanglers. Served with curly fries.
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    The OP's specialist subject is Burgers and food follows a close second. If he says it's shit, it's a good bet he's spot on.
    Some fast foods don't travel well, but I am surprised that US gluttony in such a flagship location has failed to impress the experts.

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    Burger specialist.
    Oh my....

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    I think i've been here too long.

    The photos of all that horrible food nearly put me off my stroke over the service staff.




    Seriously, i reckon the stench of the oil would be enough to make me gag.


    Good thread CSF, any camel toe piccies that may have missed the final cut?

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    Best to avoid all American cuisine unless desperate to fill a void.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickschoppers
    How many Thais did you see in Hooters?
    There was table of 5 or 6 across from us, but other than that I'd say the majority of the folk were whiteys.

    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    The OP's specialist subject is Burgers and food follows a close second.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    any camel toe piccies that may have missed the final cut?
    Yes, of course!

    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Hornblower
    Best to avoid all American cuisine unless desperate to fill a void.
    You sound just like Jeff. Ate at any McD's recently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    The lengths you are prepared to go to for your chosen profession are really quite admirable.
    One must make sacrifices....

    Heart-attack in a bun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    The lengths you are prepared to go to for your chosen profession are really quite admirable.
    One must make sacrifices....

    Heart-attack in a bun!
    On top of mindless gluttony.....

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    Binge eating, binge drinking. At my time of life I am past caring, but a review is a review and an expert witness is .........

    You get my drift I'm sure.

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    they need the katoy waitresses from alcazar,....

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Hornblower View Post
    People are what they eat.

    Cunnilingus...??
    Twat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    Too late for the contest, but they're apparently all going to be at Central World. I've been dying to try Mother Trucker.
    The lengths you are prepared to go to for your chosen profession are really quite admirable.
    Yup, staring indigestion in the face for the sake of foodie journalism!

    Thanks, Topper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    I've been dying to try Mother Trucker.
    my wife adores the burgers from there, so much so that she break from her strong "i was born in the year of a cow so i dont eat beef" belief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong
    my wife adores the burgers from there, so much so that she break from her strong "i was born in the year of a cow so i dont eat beef" belief.
    It's a mission of mine....I didn't go today because I was worried I'd get craps swimming after eating...

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    there was a hooters stand at the rugby 10s months ago. ladyboy or not there was a waitress giving out leaflets with the longest, brownest legs i've ever seen. i couldn't bring myself to walk over, mostly due to my erection but i'm also a bit shy.
    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong
    there was a hooters stand at the rugby 10s months ago. ladyboy or not there was a waitress giving out leaflets with the longest, brownest legs i've ever seen. i couldn't bring myself to walk over, mostly due to my erection but i'm also a bit shy.
    Our waitress was from Brazil and stood about 5-11, with legs up to her shoulders it seemed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickschoppers
    How many Thais did you see in Hooters?
    I like Thais but I couldn't eat a full one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    It's a mission of mine....I didn't go today because I was worried I'd get craps swimming after eating.
    Should have cancelled the swimming. You have reports to write.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong
    i couldn't bring myself to walk over, mostly due to my erection but i'm also a bit shy.
    Icebreaker :-

    " Ay up love, i'm a fucking tripod, me."

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    Should have cancelled the swimming. You have reports to write.
    It's seriously pissing down here today...no way to get around it.

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    I think your remit should also cover steaks in Isaan.

    Mochit's just up the road - proceed forth into the unknown.

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    You would not go there for the food...seems not the hooters too

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Mochit's just up the road - proceed forth into the unknown.
    I'm scared....Jeff might be out there somewhere....

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    I think your remit should also cover steaks in Isaan.

    Mochit's just up the road - proceed forth into the unknown.
    In this instance, such would be the unknown...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme
    In this instance, such would be the unknown...
    You'd be surprised, Jeff....you'd be surprised....

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