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    Tears at Suvarnabhumi

    Has anyone ever cried leaving Thailand?Be honest now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baht Man
    Tears at Suvarnabhumi
    Oh I thought you posted "Beers at Suvarnabhumi"!

    Nedwalk is leaving tomorrow and I was going to add he will no doubt have a few before he gets on the plane.

    Ive seen a few brown skinned girlies shedding a few tears as their money,........ I mean honey was departing through immigration.

    Great pick up place and to provide some solace to a broken hearted young lady!

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    these little brown love machines go straight down to arrivals to pick up there next victim

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    This story probably sounds familar.After my first adventure to Thailand.Met a girl in Nana.Nearly fell in love.

    Time came to leave her after 3 weeks of unbridled passion.

    I nearly cried at the departure gate-But quickly pulled myself together.

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    I know of a guy who ,whilst waiting at Suvarnabhumi spontaneously burst into tears of grief at leaving,had to be consoled by a friend and told to pull himself together....strange the effect LOS can have on some.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by henry miller
    I know of a guy who ,whilst waiting at Suvarnabhumi spontaneously burst into tears of grief at leaving
    Gary Glitter or Thaksin?

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    Bunch of girly-men... Pull yourself together and act like men... harrumph...

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    I have been put under a spell after my first trip to Thailand

    I have this strong urge that makes me go 3 times a year

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    Is this normal?

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    No - but that departure lounge has to be one of the most depressing places I've ever been.

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    Hands up

    I have - once I left my wife and child at departures to work in Malaysia without really knowing when I'd return; I'd never been seperated from them since the child's birth. Funnily enough I was back the next day.

    Second time left my wife and kid to return to Blighty - good at hiding it but very upset

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baht Man View Post
    This story probably sounds familar.After my first adventure to Thailand.Met a girl in Nana.Nearly fell in love.

    Time came to leave her after 3 weeks of unbridled passion.

    I nearly cried at the departure gate-But quickly pulled myself together.
    Very typical for a first time monger. If you are still doing this in a couple of years you may have a real problem.

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    3 weeks with the same girl????

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    I met a girl in the states a few years ago and have been to Thailand to see her many times now. Every time I look back and see her shape behind the glass it gets me. I was there just last week and wanted to get out of line, miss my flight, and try to make the best of things there with her.
    "he who thinks he knows, does not know; he who thinks he does not know, knows." Lao Tzu

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    Thank God he didn't ask about Don Muang....

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    I think Swampy is tearfully bad and soulless compared to DM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muadib
    Bunch of girly-men... Pull yourself together and act like men... harrumph...
    exactly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by britmaveric
    3 weeks with the same girl????
    It was almost love you heartless git!

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    I feel like crying over the upcoming 25 hour flight I have to endure!

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    I feel your pain...as a smoker such journeys are the stuff of nightmares for me. I have to get very drunk just to endure the torment.

    Ok, I don't have to.

    I cried the first time I went home, when I thought about how much money I'd spent on drinking and ladies. I was so sad I had to stop! I wanted more.
    "Slavery is the daughter of darkness; an ignorant people is the blind instrument of its own destruction; ambition and intrigue take advantage of the credulity and inexperience of men who have no political, economic or civil knowledge. They mistake pure illusion for reality, license for freedom, treason for patriotism, vengeance for justice."-Simón Bolívar

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    Quote Originally Posted by chitown
    I feel like crying over the upcoming 25 hour flight I have to endure!
    You coming back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baht Man View Post
    This story probably sounds familar.After my first adventure to Thailand.Met a girl in Nana.Nearly fell in love.

    Time came to leave her after 3 weeks of unbridled passion.

    I nearly cried at the departure gate-But quickly pulled myself together.
    (Rolls eyes)

    Quote Originally Posted by maahuanao View Post
    No - but that departure lounge has to be one of the most depressing places I've ever been.
    Why/ Why? Why?

    Are you guys total pussies? Are you so disconnected from the world, or do you so lack self-confidence, and backbone that going to an airport shakes up your emotions that much?

    First of all, I don't bring girls to the airport - what's the point?

    Then, after reading a plethora of this sob stories of guys going to the airports with their teeruks, and balling their eyes out (WTF?), I took two girls on two different trips to the airport, to see what it's like.

    Went to the airport; checked in; headed off for departure and the gate; got on plane; left.

    WTF? Are you guys emotional whack-jobs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Gentleman Scamp View Post
    I think Swampy is tearfully bad and soulless compared to DM.
    Swampy= shopping mall where no one shops in with jetways.

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    i only just started crying... i looked around the airport at the gathering livestock when i landed

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaffyDuck View Post
    Why/ Why? Why?

    Are you guys total pussies? Are you so disconnected from the world, or do you so lack self-confidence, and backbone that going to an airport shakes up your emotions that much?

    First of all, I don't bring girls to the airport - what's the point?

    Then, after reading a plethora of this sob stories of guys going to the airports with their teeruks, and balling their eyes out (WTF?), I took two girls on two different trips to the airport, to see what it's like.

    Went to the airport; checked in; headed off for departure and the gate; got on plane; left.

    WTF? Are you guys emotional whack-jobs?
    I think keeping girls happy is important because they hold the key to the wondrous world of vagina and I would rather frolic gleefully in this world than sleep on my stomach worrying about having my purple-headed yogurt slinger cut off in the middle of the night.

    Now that I'm in the company of men...anyone want to have a few drinks and get into a fight or maybe a fart contest?

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