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    Sometimes I fear for the future of this nation.
    Despite all the words about the dangers of throwing water at moving motorbikes the idiots persist in this dangerous activity!

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    it is the planning ahead that is the problem - and really it is not just thais

    if they could plan there would be a lot less need to have to ride the motorbike during this time

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    if they could plan there would be a lot less need to have to ride the motorbike during this time
    ...I imagine many look forward to a drunken careen...what does death matter when sanook is at hand?...

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    I had to attend a funeral yesterday, it was a lovely service and send off for the old chap. On exiting the church we noticed a couple calmly having a picnic in the graveyard- which is a bit weird and disrespectful in itself. They then proceeded to stare at the procession- some people,sheesh. No respect for anything

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    Just to piss off a wanker like you?

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    After our short break in Blighty Meow meow snubbed us during a video call to our son in Bangkok she refused to talk and left the room.
    Good news all is forgiven lots of purring and a few hugs and one happy cat.
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    Fascists dress in black and go around telling people what to do, whereas priests... more drink!

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    How can there be female firefighters?

    The truck is running , the lights are on, the siren is ready

    FFS woman let's go!

    How come it takes so long to leave?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    How can there be female firefighters?

    The truck is running , the lights are on, the siren is ready

    FFS woman let's go!

    How come it takes so long to leave?
    A bloke knows he will come back from a shout covered in shite and with a dirty black face. He’s not worried about waterproof mascara.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    He’s not worried about waterproof mascara
    ...then he's the one the news cameras will focus on...

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    I got ripped off in a khao soi shop. Been there several times before with Thais but went with a falang friend and was overcharged one hundred baht each. Two farangs in Chaing Mai tourist area means fair game.


    Still can’t believe it happened. Them old biddies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Still can’t believe it happened.
    ...be sure to mention this to your Thai friends...

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    ^^ Care to mention where and give a clue to the name of the restaurant?

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    ^ Don’t know the name but it is the shop between the mosque and Khao Soi Islam in Halal Alley, Night Bazaar.

    They have the best mutton biriyani just shocked to get charged 160 baht for it instead of the usual 60 baht. She even pointed to a sign on the wall which indicated 160 baht for it. Something up with that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    ^ Don’t know the name but it is the shop between the mosque and Khao Soi Islam in Halal Alley, Night Bazaar.

    They have the best mutton biriyani just shocked to get charged 160 baht for it instead of the usual 60 baht. She even pointed to a sign on the wall which indicated 160 baht for it. Something up with that!
    Never nice to see an old hand get turned over.
    No disrespect intended

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    My landlord put off reading my electricity meter for over a year. He called me and asked me when he last took a reading, (as if it's my responsibility). He was concerned as it was quite a large amount of money. 775. Apparently, I can pay it off in bit's and pieces. Finally he has the brain wave to read the meter more regularly and then send me a bill to avoid such large amounts. Pain in arse completely. I'll be paying that off for 2 months at least. Donut. Winds me up he does.

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    Getting a taste of the Great Firewall of China early for winding up Trupmanzees again. Was always under the impression that it was fellow libtards like me who were the snowflakes. Guess not lol. 30 days in the FB Clinky

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    ^...please clarify...

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    ^ It's pretty obvious. He wound up some rednecks about the orange wanker and got reported for trolling and FB suspended his account for 30 days.

    Would like to hear what the offending comments were

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    ...what does that^ have to do with the Chinese firewall?...

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    He is in China.
    Do keep up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ^...please clarify...
    Facebook is blocked in China, so I'm getting an experience to what it feels like to be cut off from it. Kinda annoying as I need it to chat with people in the UK to organised meet ups and such. What got the ban?

    "Michelle was pure class, much better than the First Hoe and the Orange Toddler".- Trumpanzee meltdown ensued.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    He is in China.
    Do keep up.
    No he isn't, smartarse.

    'foretaste' works, Mandy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    Facebook is blocked in China, so I'm getting an experience to what it feels like to be cut off from it. Kinda annoying as I need it to chat with people in the UK to organised meet ups and such. What got the ban?

    "Michelle was pure class, much better than the First Hoe and the Orange Toddler".- Trumpanzee meltdown ensued.
    Get yourself sorted with a good VPN . Much easier to do it BEFORE you get here by the way.
    Try this guy,

    https://www.tipsforchina.com/

    I use VPNAC as they specifically address the issue of China.
    Buy it through that website you'll get a decent discount.

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    If all the commercial URLs are not blocked then it is barely a small picket fence

    Reasonably easy to run your own on a vps for 5 usd a month

    I do not know why vps providers do not have a Linux install pre-configured and you just grab your key via winscp

    There should be a Linux that comes with openvpn server. Tor bridge. Torrent seed. Cloud encrypted backup. Etc for deployment on a vps. Soon all mobile users will want this

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