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1 minute ago, Denim said:

You might be fooled be blokes dressed up as babes but most of us prefer the real thing...regardless of nationality.

now I met most of them in real you just talking to your backside

and I can assure you they are not blokes 

 

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13 minutes ago, White Christmas13 said:

now I met most of them in real you just talking to your backside

and I can assure you they are not blokes 

 

Of course you did. We all believe you. As for talking backsides, I defer to your self proclaimed authority on such things. Amazing what they can do when you think about it.

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1 hour ago, White Christmas13 said:
1 hour ago, YogaVeg said:

I have pleasant English conversations every day with Thais...

I don't want to argue with you but I lived in Thailand for many years and I could not find more than a couple who could speak English I am now talking to some Chinese girls and they English is perfect but I am not worried 

 

Where did you live? I find it hard to practice my Thai in day-to-day life because most people want to speak English to me...

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38 minutes ago, White Christmas13 said:

now I met most of them in real you just talking to your backside

and I can assure you they are not blokes 

 

I'm struggling to see what your point was of posting photos of three Chinese females and then saying "I've met them all"

Are we back to high school and bragging about our conquests?

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8 hours ago, connda said:

Why Chinese tourists have stopped coming to Chiang Mai in one picture.  :whistling:

 

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I nearly lost it when I saw this HUGE sign at tp gate..LOL....wonder who did the translation and esp WHAT those 2 girls are thinking....wish I was there to see them printing it out and assembling it at tp gate!!!

 

Waiting for the loud promo trucks and blasting speakers or maybe a blimp--sky writing at doi shutep??

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36 minutes ago, ChakaKhan said:

I nearly lost it when I saw this HUGE sign at tp gate..LOL....wonder who did the translation and esp WHAT those 2 girls are thinking....wish I was there to see them printing it out and assembling it at tp gate!!!

 

Waiting for the loud promo trucks and blasting speakers or maybe a blimp--sky writing at doi shutep??

I know, for myself, getting a photograph of that sign is reason enough to travel half way around the world! I so genuinely appreciate everything the Thai gov't is doing to make it a magical destination.

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2 hours ago, terminatorchiangmai said:

They are all way to old!!

Top photo also has to be photoshopped. Look at the jawline etc. I do wonder if these lovely ladies that the poster is bragging about being man enough to have talked to, know that he is also posting their photo on TVF in some misguided attempt to prove his masculinity. I know most people probably wouldn't be that impressed with that

 

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2 hours ago, SammyT said:

 I do wonder if these lovely ladies that the poster is bragging about being man enough to have talked to, know that he is also posting their photo on TVF in some misguided attempt to prove his masculinity. I know most people probably wouldn't be that impressed with that

 

I bet they would be horrified to discover some falang they met once (if ever) is posting their pics online in a grade-school attempt to be relevant to an anonymous crowd.

Pathetic.

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On 10/10/2018 at 7:06 AM, terminatorchiangmai said:

Last month is was served by a Chinese girl in a known restaurant in Chiang Mai.

She did not understand a word Thai or English. 

Did not know they could work freely in Thailand.

Needles to say , i wont be going back to that place any more.

I was at a hotel in CM. Nobody spoke Thai or English

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