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    It's not difficult

    You get a passport, but a ticket and come to Thailand.

    Why is it then so hard for some people.... unless they are dead broke living in mom's basement?

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    Damn, already a red from Willy... literally 5 seconds after posting.

    At least he didn't spit on anyone.

    Just an honest question.

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    An example of the that panama hat apparently thinks is something in your favour.


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    Oh look.... you are bored.

    Well, that's DIFFERENT!

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    proofread your posts daddio, especially when you criticize others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourDaddy View Post
    You get a passport, but a ticket and come to Thailand.

    Why is it then so hard for some people.... unless they are dead broke living in mom's basement?
    I think it takes guts to make a major change in your life, even if you know that the change will probably improve your life. It's much easier to sit in mom's basement and dream about living in Thailand. "Some day I'll go and live there". But you never do because you're scared of change and mom does cook a great breakfast.
    Groping women when you're old is fine - everyone thinks you're senile

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
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    Living rent-free in your head, sybille? Retirement suits you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43 View Post
    But you never do because you're scared of change and mom does cook a great breakfast.
    Mum does a great breakfast, indeed. Still, the wanderlust was stronger than eggs and bacon, so off I went.

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