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Video: Wife saves husband from death! Reward her with a credit card, say netizens

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16 minutes ago, webfact said:

Netizens - perhaps displaying a touch of Thai irony - said he was saved from certain death by his wife

Others would argue that the snakes are already in many houses, in a form of bad wife/GF and mothers in law...

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

The husband should give her a credit card with unlimited access to funds to show his appreciation, suggested others.

A: How do you know she already hasn't got this?

 

B: How do you know she hasn't access to her own earnings?

 

C; How do you know she isn't the one with access to wealth and has a husband dependent on her?

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2 hours ago, Emdog said:

One would think saving spouse from death would fall within normal parameters of expected behaviors of marriage. Maybe things are different here

Yeh, everything comes with a price tag apparently.

A pat on the back for making lunch at the correct time, remind her to do the dishes before removing the snake & clearing the floor!

While you get over the trauma with a beer form the fridge!

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How did his wife get the snake there...

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2 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

A: How do you know she already hasn't got this?

 

B: How do you know she hasn't access to her own earnings?

 

C; How do you know she isn't the one with access to wealth and has a husband dependent on her?

Because they are thai and think everything revolves around money.

Can't show love or appreciation unless it involves money. No such thing as a good deed.

Everything has a price if you're a thai

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1 hour ago, Nsp64 said:

Because they are thai and think everything revolves around money.

Can't show love or appreciation unless it involves money. No such thing as a good deed.

Everything has a price if you're a thai

We must move in different circles, I've encountered generosity from many of the Thai people that I've met.

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On 3/18/2019 at 8:36 PM, Blue Muton said:

We must move in different circles, I've encountered generosity from many of the Thai people that I've met.

The suggestion of the farang giving his Thai wife a credit card is really kind of a compliment. If Thais think all farangs are rich enough to afford such it indicates that they see farangs as men of wealth.  Being wealthy in this Buddhist nation is a clear and overt indicator that a person has been rewarded for some inherent goodness that puts them a cut or 2  above the "riff raff" and all Thais  just know it.  

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