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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    To start with, you could take some quick & easy google geography lessons and learn that China isn't part of South East Asia.

    Then proceed with a few more minutes of googling to find out what exactly the regulations in S.E. Asian countries regarding teaching English are.

    Maybe there even are a few youtube video blogs on the subject.
    your sure a stickler for the rules eh gunter. Stop being such a stiff and starchy coonta.

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    Definition of the word Stroller.

    1) An internet troll who is also a stalker, following people's usernames and harassing them wherever they post a comment \ vb. stroll

    To get rid of some nasty little stroller, she cancelled her account and opened a new one with a different username.

    2) A prostitute, pro ho, whore, nasty girl who goes on the ho stroll, the street used to collect her tricks and have nasty illegal sex with.

    La'Toya is a nasty whore stroller b1tch and she needs to stop scamming on ur man!

    3) What you need to buy if you forget to wear a condom.

    Man, i should have bought a 50 cent condom, now i have to shell out $100 for a stroller

    4) A woman who accompanies a man to age-inappropriate events to assure parents that he is trying to recapture his inner child, not capture a child.

    I really want to play with those goats, but if I don't bring my kid into this petting zoo, I better at least bring a stroller so no one calls the cops.

    Which one are you?

    Urban Dictionary: stroller

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    To start with, you could take some quick & easy google geography lessons and learn that China isn't part of South East Asia.

    Then proceed with a few more minutes of googling to find out what exactly the regulations in S.E. Asian countries regarding teaching English are.

    Maybe there even are a few youtube video blogs on the subject.
    your sure a stickler for the rules eh gunter. Stop being such a stiff and starchy coonta.
    Wat rules, ya illiterate dumfuk?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilsonandson
    Which one are you?
    Do you share your login with your son, Wilson?

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    Penalties for being caught working without a permit in Phuket

    Have you ever wondered just what the penalties for being caught working in Phuket without a work permit, or where you could find a copy of the law in English so you can make sure to comply with it? Read on for answers to these questions...

    Sunday 31 July 2016, 02:00PM

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    Pitool Dumsakorn, Chief of the Phuket Employment Office, holds a Thai work permit. His advice: 'Don't get caught working without one'. Photo: Tanyaluk Sakoot
    Pitool Dumsakorn, Chief of the Phuket Employment Office, holds a Thai work permit. His advice: 'Don't get caught working without one'. Photo: Tanyaluk Sakoot

    QUESTION

    Since coming to Phuket I have seen many stories about foreigners being arrested for working illegally, and many for working without a work permit. Sometimes the foreigner caught is charged, found guilty and deported very quickly, other times there is no mention of deportation or even a fine.

    What exactly is the penalty for working in Thailand without a work permit?

    Also, where can I find a recognised official translation of the “Alien Labour Act”, which seems to also be called the “Working of Alien Act”, in English?

    I have been told that English is an officially recognised “second” language in Thailand, but every copy of the Alien Labour Act I have seen on the Internet, including on the Ministry of Labour website (?????????????), specifically says it is an “unofficial translation”.

    Where can I find an official copy in English?

    – Anna, Chalong.


    Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/penalt...XcF5tvHIyyT.99
    Last edited by Wilsonandson; 19-09-2017 at 09:07 PM.

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