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BANGKOK 23 July 2019 20:07
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Pattaya is dead, or is it?

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19 minutes ago, marcusarelus said:

1.  Good restaurants per square meter?   Pattaya winner.  2.  Less pollution than CM or Bangkok?  Pattaya winner.  3.  Better shopping than Rayong?  Pattaya winner.  4.  More quality hospitals per person?  Pattaya winner.  5.  Best and cheapest and most entertainment per squar meter?  Pattaya wins by a mile. 

The most VD, ladyboys, streetwalkers, old farang drunks, criminals, scammers, pickpockets, necklace and purse snatchers, Russians, Indians, and Africans per square meter.

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I hear that Pattaya brings out a love-or-hate-reaction in most people. For me it's a love-and-hate-reaction.

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1 hour ago, marcusarelus said:

I guess if you only watch. 

I thought a twosome meant that you did one after the other, not watch.😀 Oh Wait! that's

a threesome. 😀

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13 minutes ago, possum1931 said:

I thought a twosome meant that you did one after the other, not watch.😀 Oh Wait! that's

a threesome. 😀

Being an older fellow I always have one extra assistant to make sure I don't fall off the trapeze.  And what other town do you know in advance which side of the yellow line the ladies stand on?

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38 minutes ago, marcusarelus said:

Being an older fellow I always have one extra assistant to make sure I don't fall off the trapeze.  And what other town do you know in advance which side of the yellow line the ladies stand on?

 

38 minutes ago, marcusarelus said:

Being an older fellow I always have one extra assistant to make sure I don't fall off the trapeze.  And what other town do you know in advance which side of the yellow line the ladies stand on?

:clap2::cheesy:

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16 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

Pattaya started dying the day they introduced smartphones.

No, I wasn't a 'sexpat', but in the good old days, it was easy to have a conversation, or interact with staff in any type of social establishment.

Now, especially with the younger generation's obsession with 'social media', modern day conversation is done with the fingers, via a phone mast. 

Those least able to adapt..........Charlie Darwin.

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8 hours ago, Metapod said:

I think if anything Pattaya is improving. I hope they clean up all the bars between beach road and second road. Keep soi 6 and walking street if needed, but gentrify the <deleted> out of the beach and 2nd road section of the city. push all the eye-sore shit past second road

Thats no way to talk about the farang bar stool sitting retirees....then again perhaps is.

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4 hours ago, Brunolem said:

And remove all the casinos from Macau while they are at it! 

 

Gentrify? Seriously? And open a Tiffany shop? 

 

One Tiffanys' is enough thank you.

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Hasn't the Tourism Ministry turned it into the number sports destination on earth? A few years ago... And what about ankle bracelets with alarm systems and tracking devices, and beach chair staff wearing govt. issued burlap to make visitors feel safer, and national park status to preserve all the natural beauty, seemed a few years ago with all of those plans the place was set to pick up? What happened?

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1 hour ago, Puchaiyank said:

The most VD, ladyboys, streetwalkers, old farang drunks, criminals, scammers, pickpockets, necklace and purse snatchers, Russians, Indians, and Africans per square meter.

Please post your evidence of this.

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Pattaya most certainly is not dead. In the 20 odd years I have been coming to / living in the area I have seen massive changes. Are those changes for better or for worse? That question can only be answered by each individual.

Personally on the whole despite the odd improvement, I preferred the place as it was 10+ years ago.

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