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BANGKOK 23 July 2019 20:08
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Video: Thailand's shame: "We should be like farangs and keep our own country clean"

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1 minute ago, DrTuner said:

Well there's not that much to pick - unless Thai tourists visited the spot.

Plenty of garbage in nature in Sweden.

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4 minutes ago, Myran said:

Plenty of garbage in nature in Sweden.

Yeah...I bet almost as much as in Thailand!

Sweden...Thailand...after all, they are all just the same, right!

Oh and "If you don't like it here- go back home!"

Right?!

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15 minutes ago, Myran said:

Plenty of garbage in nature in Sweden.

Maybe it's the new freshly imported neo-Swedes in action.

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12 minutes ago, DM07 said:

Yeah...I bet almost as much as in Thailand!

Sweden...Thailand...after all, they are all just the same, right!

Oh and "If you don't like it here- go back home!"

Right?!

Nope, never claimed that. Not sure what you're on about. If you want to have a discussion, reply to what I actually write instead of trying to imply things and putting words in my mouth.

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6 hours ago, robblok said:

Plenty of foreigners who dump their trash too, however in general I think foreigners are far more conscious about littering. The problem in Thailand is that there are not many trash cans available to put your trash in when you have it. That also leads to littering. 

The trash can gets removed at popular spots due to security reasons.💣

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As I (Ossy) originally posted:

Where, exactly? Pray tell and then I can visit this trashy farang place, tell the culprits what I think of them and maybe watch them apologetically pick-up their rubbish. A little surprised you didn't do this, robblok, knowing your liking for head-to-heads 🙃

 

2 hours ago, robblok said:

You will never see me going head to heads with anybody unless its verbal. I prefer to avoid conflict where i can, don't want things to end up physical and get in trouble. (there are only losers in a fight)

 

I saw foreigners throwing thrash away while I was on a holiday, where I live im the only foreigner.

I did mean verbal and not the fisticuffs variety.😂

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3 minutes ago, Ossy said:

As I (Ossy) originally posted:

Where, exactly? Pray tell and then I can visit this trashy farang place, tell the culprits what I think of them and maybe watch them apologetically pick-up their rubbish. A little surprised you didn't do this, robblok, knowing your liking for head-to-heads 🙃

 

I did mean verbal and not the fisticuffs variety.😂

I know .. but verbal can end in fists .. really i prefer to avoid trouble. 

 

My liking heads to heads is in discussion on the forum. That is about it no way that can end in a fist fight 🤣

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5 hours ago, Greyhat said:

Hypothetically speaking.. I wonder what the reaction would be if some kind of "farang litter day" began. For example if TV members agreed to go around picking up rubbish on a specific date. Not sure if it'd come across as shaming Thais or genuine respect for the country.

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Lack of waist container is a big problem. Access to 'dumps" where cost is cheap. Media pointing out pride in clean up campaigns. Time for all Thai's to re-think once these steps are in place.

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7 hours ago, SammyT said:

rubbish bins I've seen have been outside 7/11's

sometimes.

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In Europe and Usa/Canade when plugging turns an ordinary workout into a "treasure hunt" Come on Thailand.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, earlinclaifornia said:

Lack of waist container is a big problem. Access to 'dumps" where cost is cheap. Media pointing out pride in clean up campaigns. Time for all Thai's to re-think once these steps are in place.

I have one of those, I think they call it a beer belly 😉

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