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Hi-So businesswoman and celeb relative battered to death with baseball bat

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5 minutes ago, gamini said:

A high society woman is not a High-so.  The latter is a very insulting description because it means someone who pretends to be high society or high class when they are not. The admin writer seems pretty ignorant when he misuses this term.

Thanks I thought it was just a shortened version

I have never been called High-so only a so- en- so on occasion 

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8 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

So you kill the woman who is your "meal ticket".  Real smart!  NOT!!

 

He probably found out she was having an affair with her husband!

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Millions of THB or Not,,,, a baseball bat doesn't know the difference,,,, :thumbsup:

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4 hours ago, gamini said:

A high society woman is not a High-so.  The latter is a very insulting description because it means someone who pretends to be high society or high class when they are not. The admin writer seems pretty ignorant when he misuses this term.

 Hmm, i looked this up and first 3 links just said Hi-so is slang for High society. Yes, it could be used as an label for someone who pretends to be posh, but generally just means someone who is rich, or acts like it.  That is what the wife says as well. So if you are rich and powerful, you are a hi-so. Common usage. Whether a High society person likes the title or not doesn't matter.

 

The question is, how much money, and for how long, and how much influence do you need to become hi-so? Three pieces of string ........

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9 hours ago, happy chappie said:

After a busy old day what a great way to relax and have a little flutter.probably demanding money like a pimp for his gambling and got told by her no more.the small Thai minds are very predictable.

Your comments are fairly predictable as well.

 

I think you should consider a new user name.

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14 hours ago, webfact said:

man who was in charge of accounts and holdings in her companies.

The same man who is a heavy gambler,sounds like she found out hes

been helping himself to her cash ,not a good idea to have a heavy

gambler taking care of your finances.

RIP

regards worgeordie

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11 hours ago, lensta said:

"Hi-So businesswoman and celeb relative battered to death with baseball bat"

Is it just me or does this headline read that both the hiso business woman and her celeb relative were battered to death with a baseball bat.

 

I was expecting 2 dead

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was the baseball bat supplied by the hotel along with the mini bar for a charge, did he bring his own.

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16 hours ago, lensta said:

"Hi-So businesswoman and celeb relative battered to death with baseball bat"

Is it just me or does this headline read that both the hiso business woman and her celeb relative were battered to death with a baseball bat.

 

yeah. that is what I thought at first.  The modifier or conjunctive clause is written ambiguously, almost as bad probably as my less than correct use of english grammar desctiptive words!

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Celeb hi-so business woman..... it’s only 1 person, not 2.



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22 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

So you kill the woman who is your "meal ticket".  Real smart!  NOT!!

 

Maybe she wanted her money back? Charge him millions of baht for "long time"?

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