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2 hours ago, madmen said:

I stopped going to a soup stall at central food court

Simple request "no sugar" failed most of the time and 2 FULL TABLE SPOONS of sugar still went into my soup. The ladies spoke English but they were brain dead

Msg and sugar makes it tasty.. Yuk no thanks

It would be even less tasty if they washed their hands.

 

(I think I need to sharpen my humour skills.)

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8 hours ago, Dante99 said:

Why do some people not know to cary soap or sanitary wipes at all times? 

Yes; especially after living in Asia for nine years !

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Why does this op remind me of the sick one wondering if he should go back into the pool he thinks made him sick?


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8 hours ago, madmen said:

I stopped going to a soup stall at central food court

Simple request "no sugar" failed most of the time and 2 FULL TABLE SPOONS of sugar still went into my soup. The ladies spoke English but they were brain dead

Msg and sugar makes it tasty.. Yuk no thanks

Learn to say no sugar, in thai.

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3 minutes ago, fred110 said:

Learn to say no sugar, in thai.

Thought you were going to help out fred?

Hope I aint got this wrong, "mai sai namtarn"

One of the very few phrases i know

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Learn to say no sugar, in thai.
They understood. The dude taking the order said no sugar in English to his lady side kick.
She was in LA LA land or maybe sleep walking.

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When did the dude people arrive in Chiang Mai? They are all over the place now.


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16 hours ago, Happy Grumpy said:

A very successful government run 'Save Water and Soap' campaign in the early 90's. 

Nice one.

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Have gone to many public restrooms and found myself in a bit of a pickle...no paper...no sprayer...and a dirty butt..

 

Reminder to self:

 

Never EVER shake hands with Puchaiyank 🙂

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15 hours ago, CanuckThai said:

Let's be honest, how many Thai's wash their hands.  Take it a step further, how many hospitals or hospital restrooms have soap or anti bacterial hand cleanser.   It's a western thing, Thai's give little or no credence to anything non-Thai, and especially "work" that is not self serving or "me centric".   Eg: my shit covered, stinky hands don't bother me, so end of discussion, full stop.

 

Totally normal for Somchai to walk out of a toilet stall after a major crunch,  has rubbed his arse with some water, wiped his hands on his shirt, and carries on, proud as a peacock.

 

Think about that the next time the extended family is foraging through the sticky rice basket, bowl of larb moo, and licking their fingers clean...

 

 

The public toilet at the RAM Hospital in Chiangmai have soap and paper tissu to dry your hand.  Some even have anti-bacterial soap on some floors. I do not know about the situation  public government hospitals.

 

As for some shopping Mall in Chiangmai,  they are like you describe, hand dryer inefficient or broken, no paper towel and soap dispenser broken or missing. Naturally we can not name them under actual laws. 

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Thai Bashers showing their acumen ...

“If an alien came from space and studied the bacterial counts, he probably would conclude he should wash his hands in your toilet and crap in your sink,”

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/03/23/your-iphones-dirtier-than-toilet-and-so-these-other-everyday-items/99530570/

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9 hours ago, madmen said:

I stopped going to a soup stall at central food court

Simple request "no sugar" failed most of the time and 2 FULL TABLE SPOONS of sugar still went into my soup. The ladies spoke English but they were brain dead

Msg and sugar makes it tasty.. Yuk no thanks

What on earth has this to do with bathroom hygiene.

 

A bit of sugar and msg will do you no harm . 

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