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    Blazing sun? You can't have watched cricket in...

    Blazing sun? You can't have watched cricket in England. 555
  2. Thread: I made wine

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    Absolutely. Unselfishly sacrificing my body to...

    Absolutely. Unselfishly sacrificing my body to science, me.
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    Australia understands some tests really are lost...

    Australia understands some tests really are lost in advance.

    :sorry1:
  4. Surprising because not too far away from you in...

    Surprising because not too far away from you in Nongbualamphu the workmen here gave up mid-morning when it rained heavily for a while. Since then it has been on and off, mainly on.
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    I hope it all works out for you.

    I hope it all works out for you.
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    for showing that knives manufactured from frozen...

    for showing that knives manufactured from frozen human faeces do not work well.

    The mind boggles. They didn't work well, so maybe they worked a bit? Do you think it was the slicing, the stabbing...
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    Debacles ended British Asian courtly lovelies'...

    Debacles ended British Asian courtly lovelies' escapades - somewhat.
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    Strange. I have always done the Laos trip for the...

    Strange. I have always done the Laos trip for the Non-B, then back to get the work permit, then to Immigration to extend the Non-B to match the contract and Work Permit date.
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    No quarantines or self-isolation to worry about?...

    No quarantines or self-isolation to worry about?

    Have a wonderful trip. Remember: tea and, if you must, Spam.
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    [QUOTE=nathanielnong;4161501]People were...

    [QUOTE=nathanielnong;4161501]People were different - more genuinely nicer ---- really? I think Thai people were nicer in the old days (before modern technology invaded). Today, they are more like...
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    Lovely word, kerfuffle, has a sort of texture to...

    Lovely word, kerfuffle, has a sort of texture to it.

    Definitely of British origin. Coincidentally I saw it referenced recently in an article talking about words that deter younger voters from...
  12. Well, I have learned something there. Sounds like...

    Well, I have learned something there. Sounds like it might be even better without the backpackers.
    I have only visited once, a few years ago to drop off my travelling son. I didn't stay for tea.
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    Maybe, or maybe not. Let's see what Saturday 19th...

    Maybe, or maybe not. Let's see what Saturday 19th brings. If things are mishandled then the prospects for any inbound tourism could disappear completely.
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    Difficult times to be sure. Is it possible to...

    Difficult times to be sure.

    Is it possible to adapt the guesthouse business to local tourists? I ask because a Thai friend who runs a cheap homestay in the general area of Kam Chanote Temple has...
  15. I just thought he was a mad bloke. However, now...

    I just thought he was a mad bloke. However, now you point it out, putting her body in a cage could indeed be the perverted logic of a disturbed mind.

    Good insight. When TD CSI need a forensic...
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    Curious Chinese sign above the tram "White Bone...

    Curious Chinese sign above the tram "White Bone Beauty". I wonder if that was a HK movie.
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    Scurrilousness creating underwhelming rudeness...

    Scurrilousness creating underwhelming rudeness results in louche observers undressing slowly, naturally expecting something sensational.
  18. There was a photo in here when I posted. Really...

    There was a photo in here when I posted. Really don't understand the TD photo process.
  19. Very wise. Krung Thai Bank just 'upgraded' their...

    Very wise. Krung Thai Bank just 'upgraded' their app. It didn't work. I tried repeatedly. Then I went to the bank, there was a lady outside dealing with people who had the same problem. I waited,...
  20. Ice in hot sauce: Meth worth more than $300m...

    Ice in hot sauce: Meth worth more than $300m found in Sriracha shipment | 7NEWS.com.au

    The bad guys are on it already.

    https://teakdoor.com/clear.gif
  21. As a matter of interest, does anyone know what...

    As a matter of interest, does anyone know what happened to the criminal case against the police officers?

    The victim, Martin Gugino, was back in the press a couple of weeks ago. He seems to be...
  22. More likely 'originated' in the Shan State and...

    More likely 'originated' in the Shan State and transited Thailand.

    Drug Production in Golden Triangle Flourishes Despite Pandemic

    "Last year, seizures of harmful methamphetamine in East and...
  23. Thread: I made wine

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    57508 Spooky, it's as if someone were reading...

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    Spooky, it's as if someone were reading my posts.
    Here we have the old 'Celebration Red' re-imagined as 'Red Celebration'. Arriving in stores near you now.
    The new packaging confirms my...
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    Miles have a 'two cup' teabag of their Original...

    Miles have a 'two cup' teabag of their Original Blend. Same tea as the one cup version but each tea bag has about 35% more tea. So you'd get a proper builder's brew. That is on my list to try.
  25. Thread: Name That Car

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    K reg was 71/72? Older than I thought. I didn't...

    K reg was 71/72? Older than I thought. I didn't recall the model name, I am sure now Nev has it right, the P6.
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    Sensuality enabled nine somewhat unusual...

    Sensuality enabled nine somewhat unusual aardvarks, licking ice-cream, to yodel.
  27. Thread: Name That Car

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    V8 Rover, mid-1970s?

    V8 Rover, mid-1970s?
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    No sugar for me darling, I'm sweet enough...

    No sugar for me darling, I'm sweet enough already.

    When the SAS boys are coming down Pen-y-fan and regrouping at the tea urn, choose your words carefully.

    :smileylaughing::smileylaughing:
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    It will be a long time before I reach the level...

    It will be a long time before I reach the level where the colour is going to be a consideration.
    :-)
  30. So far as I know, all had been arrested at one...

    So far as I know, all had been arrested at one time or another and some had been charged with court cases pending. Other details I don't know.

    What is really daft is Carrie Lam saying she will not...
  31. They were probably on the immigration 'stop' list...

    They were probably on the immigration 'stop' list if their bail conditions mandated that they could not leave HK.
    That said, they were detained for illegally entering China. So we k ow that China...
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    For clarity, my operator incompetence comment was...

    For clarity, my operator incompetence comment was aimed at myself, at no one else.
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    Operator incompetence is quite possibly a...

    Operator incompetence is quite possibly a contributing factor. ;)
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    It isn't easy for me. My current process works...

    It isn't easy for me. My current process works and I use Firefox with ads and pop-ups blocked.

    I take a photo, usually on my phone. I cannot post from there. So I reduce the image size and email...
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    That is a vast subject. With sometimes vast...

    That is a vast subject. With sometimes vast prices, both for the tea and for the teapots.

    You can get the disc-shaped compressed Pu'er they call 茶餅 cha bing and also black teas more strongly...
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    Nightclubs invite glamorous hostesses to caress...

    Nightclubs invite glamorous hostesses to caress lads' uprisen beef stalks.
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    I remember my father adding raisins or sultanas...

    I remember my father adding raisins or sultanas to apple wine on occasion. Not sure why he did that.

    You have dates on your labels. I should do the same or it will all become confusing. I am...
  38. castrated after causing chaos in Songkhla Noted....

    castrated after causing chaos in Songkhla
    Noted. I shall be careful not to cause chaos in Songkhla.
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    Democrat ejaculates massively over coy...

    Democrat ejaculates massively over coy Republican's astronomic titties.
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    Great to see the changing seasons.

    Great to see the changing seasons.
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    Seconded, or thirded. There are cleaned up...

    Seconded, or thirded. There are cleaned up vessels being deliberately sunk to create artificial reefs. Those are mainly for recreational divers who can enjoy the wildlife they attract. No reason at...
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    I have only had the Strong in teabags.

    I have only had the Strong in teabags.
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    Finally, of course I have some Chinese tea here...

    Finally, of course I have some Chinese tea here too, although lacking all the paraphernalia to do it justice. Also lacking someone to share it with. Not being unkind to the good folk of Isan, they...
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    I prefer loose tea. Not snobbish about the...

    I prefer loose tea. Not snobbish about the convenient tea bag, loose tea simply tastes better. I like my black tea with milk and in Isan the milk isn't ideal for tea, in my opinion. Apart from...
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    In Isan, beggars cannot be choosers and after my...

    In Isan, beggars cannot be choosers and after my Miles tea and my Twinings Strong English Breakfast were gone I had to move on to humbler stuff.

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    Waitrose Fairtrade. Maybe on a par with PG...
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    Okay. What is actually in the house? For sure,...

    Okay. What is actually in the house? For sure, some Twinings. I recently finished my supply of their Strong English Breakfast, that would be my first choice. Next to that, the benchmark English...
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    Please, not SPAM. If you are in the UK then...

    Please, not SPAM.

    If you are in the UK then your cheese choices are many. Dill's Black Bomber looked good. After I saw that I realised that I was confusing it with one that I enjoyed very much,...
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    I see it as one of my duties, as I get older, to...

    I see it as one of my duties, as I get older, to embarrass my children.
    I can hardly wait for the next family wedding and some spectacular daddy dancing.
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    Torn knees seem to be de rigueur now. Very hip.

    Torn knees seem to be de rigueur now. Very hip.
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    Sticky: Thank you. I am sure you are spot on. I didn't...

    Thank you. I am sure you are spot on. I didn't notice the crown. Everything else in your photo looks the same.

    I have never seen one before and this one was a surprise. Night time, we had parked...
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