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39 minutes ago, balo said:

I am an active person which includes 10k on my bicycle every day. Then to avoid the heat I walk another 5k inside the mall. T21 is perfect to walk around from ground floor up to SF. Then to finish the exercise I drink a healthy smoothie in the food court and eat some food. 

 

So I observe what's going on inside the mall almost every day. 

First valid reason to enter a mall ever. Do they already have those keeping grannies fit tours roaming the aisles?

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8 minutes ago, DrTuner said:

Depends if I ask the teenagers around here or adults. Teenies like malls, adults go elsewhere for entertainment. I guess since your nick has BKK in it you hang out with the vampire crowd that melts in the sun and can't walk 20m without AC, yes those inhabit the malls. Hideous creatures. Gimme a beach girl any time - or even a coconut girl. Hell, make it a katoy or a motocy taxi, soi dog or anything but not those white abominations. Just sayin' since you're not offended.

No, I think you are hilarious.

Actually, I would spend more time at the beach during the day but girl watching there is a big negative.

Especially the Falang woman just unattractive/overweight in way too small Euro style suits just a sickening site.

Most of the attractive Asians are all covered up as they hate the sun.

 

 

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3 hours ago, bert bloggs said:

Thanks but  i do my walking on our walking machine ,the wife does marathons ,as for women shouting at me after being married to the wife for over 20 years i dont go places where girls shout at me , as for the green tea ,nice at home or sitting in the garden ,i didnt come to live out here in the sunshine to spend it cooped up in shopping malls all day , i have a life 🙂

Sounds like I have a life because I get out and socialize with people while you are at home afraid to face Thailand and have to walk a machine indoors and don't have the money for a green tea at a lovely restaurant.  I'm out and you are at home who is cooped up?

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33 minutes ago, bkk6060 said:

 

Especially the Falang woman just unattractive/overweight in way too small Euro style suits just a sickening site.

 

 

 

Most of them could make a freight train take a dirt road 

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48 minutes ago, DrTuner said:

Depends if I ask the teenagers around here or adults. Teenies like malls, adults go elsewhere for entertainment. I guess since your nick has BKK in it you hang out with the vampire crowd that melts in the sun and can't walk 20m without AC, yes those inhabit the malls. Hideous creatures. Gimme a beach girl any time - or even a coconut girl. Hell, make it a katoy or a motocy taxi, soi dog or anything but not those white abominations. Just sayin' since you're not offended.

Average count of teens to adults in the mall is 47 adults to 6 teens based on the photo below.  I think you may be letting old fart syndrome effect your view of contemporary shopping.  

mall1.jpg

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58 minutes ago, marcusarelus said:

Sounds like I have a life because I get out and socialize with people while you are at home afraid to face Thailand and have to walk a machine indoors and don't have the money for a green tea at a lovely restaurant.  I'm out and you are at home who is cooped up?

nice try , but then i have a lovely family , and have managed to "face" thailand ,for many years having business in BKK , then after we spent quite a few years back in the UK been back for 12 years in our lovely det house with a large garden , enjoying my green tea ,oh and coffee there ,

you are begining to sound desperate .

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1 hour ago, marcusarelus said:

Average count of teens to adults in the mall is 47 adults to 6 teens based on the photo below. 

I am deeply awed by your ability to read ages of Asians from a grainy photo. Most can't do it even face to face. Alas, the elders are likely teens that just got old.

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1 hour ago, Kim J said:

But I have to agree the small restaurant in Foodland is OK, for me an infinitely better option than T21 food court.

That's the Tuuk La Dee, ie. Cheap & Good in English, yes? I like the one in Royal Garden, not crowded and the Thai food is edible. Haven't tried T21, so can somebody compare?

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5 minutes ago, DrTuner said:

That's the Tuuk La Dee, ie. Cheap & Good in English, yes? I like the one in Royal Garden, not crowded and the Thai food is edible. Haven't tried T21, so can somebody compare?

Hard to compare since the one at Foodland you can pick food from the grocery store and they will cook it.  At least they cooked it for me.  Make your own menu.

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1 hour ago, ThaiBob said:

Another visit today, absolutely packed, the restaurants were busy. They have overflow parking on the backside Soi, like you were going to Central Marina. 

I arrived there about 1.45, had lunch in Pier 21 with no queue for the card and then once we had food no problem in getting a table. Wandered round after but surprisingly did not find it oppressively busy although a lot more people then when I went there a couple of weeks ago mid week. 

 

Has anybody else seen the little train on wheels that drives around with passengers in the separate carriages - on the 2nd floor? With all the people about it seemed a bit crazy and we had to stop to let it go past and then.......

It was going through a fairly narrow gap near a pillar when the last carriage caught the side of an advertising light box at knee level and ripped the cover clean off........The driver did actually eventually stop and the train was still stopped as we disappeared down an escalator on the opposite side.  

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56 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

Just reading the word "Shopping", makes me sick.

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If you are a man, I get it I do not think in most cases it is a prerogative.

I go to the mall a lot but thinking about it, I rarely if ever shop or buy anything.

Mostly eating, movies, coffee, food market.

Maybe a shirt at AIIZ from time to time that is about it.

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