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3 hours ago, owl sees all said:

 Well, this could be the answer to my prob's; a cattle prod. Great stuff!!

 

Handy, not just for self defence, when she comes at me with the machete, but useful to give her the occasional poke when she is too engaged with the mobile and not getting on with making my cup of rosy.

 

Also, I'll keep it handy by the bedside, in case i fancy a shag and she is cocking deff-un. Other uses too I reckon.

 

I usually prod her memory. It is easier and causes no pain on either side.

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4 hours ago, billd766 said:

I was 49 when I met my wife and I was 75 last week. She was a child bride of 28. Several of my friends are older than me yet are still married to their Thai wives.

 

Life is a lottery sometimes you win and sometimes you lose.

 

I won.

I did NOT however win anything in yesterdays lottery draw.

 

On a good note I still have my wife, if she can struggle through the heavy rain from her shop out the front of the house.

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On ‎5‎/‎31‎/‎2019 at 7:25 PM, OneMoreFarang said:

I have a Thai girlfriend for many years and we are happy together most of the time. But I never married her.

She wants that I marry her but as far as I see there is no upside to that legal procedure.

Don't marry! And be happy.

And if you are not happy anymore she has no legal right to demand lots of money from you.

There are lots of other possible problems when you are married. Avoid it!

Have you considered a village wedding? The marriage that one has when one doesn't want to be legally married.

It might make her happier, and still keep your finances for yourself.

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20 hours ago, totally thaied up said:

I have been married three years. Before this I knew her for a year and I liked what I saw. It has taken me four years for me to understand her. It has taken four years for her to understand me. Time is the biggest thing you need in a relationship. It has taken me all this time to understand her identity and the way she works. If possible, I love her more now than when I met her. 

 

I spent the first year heavily involved with her family. I took a great deal of notice of her father and he is a honorable man. Her mother is the same but is full blood Chinese. The mother was bought up in the days were you got told whom she was going to marry and her marriage was arranged. Times have changed.

 

For a marriage to work, you need plenty of time. My father in law told me when he married his wife, he did not know what he was in for. Thirty four years later, he is still with his wife. Told me before I married not to expect much as he said it was better to be surprised in the future as if the marriage was going to work, things would only get better.

 

For me, it is about long term compatibility, not just a short term roll in the sack. My wife told me a long time ago, if it was not going to work, she would have ditched me by now. After all it works both ways happiness, just not for the farang.

Problem with a lot of marriages is that the rolls in the sack become less and less frequent, and in the end never. Don't know about you, but I never wanted to get married only to be celibate.

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57 minutes ago, thaibeachlovers said:

Have you considered a village wedding? The marriage that one has when one doesn't want to be legally married.

It might make her happier, and still keep your finances for yourself.

 

You make the big mistake of thinking a village wedding is not official.

Surprise, surprise, it is official!

I heard of at least two cases in which the bride produced pictures of their village wedding.

And it seems that was enough for the Thai authorities to decide she was officially married and is entitled to get a "proper" divorce.

Obviously I don't know if that is always the case but at least it is sometimes the case and that is reason enough to avoid it.

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10 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

You make the big mistake of thinking a village wedding is not official.

Jerry Hall tried to get loads of money from Mick Jagger off the back of their 'village ceremony' in Bali.

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1 hour ago, totally thaied up said:

The older you get, the less of importance it is.

I'm sorry you feel like that. I still want sex as much as when I was 30. Unfortunately I get none at all, because I live back home and 20 to 40 year olds are not interested in old men, and I'm not going to marry someone that looks like my granny just to get "elder sex".

I think sexual desire is more to do with one's personality than with one's age.

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If you like sex and beautiful women, ask a typical Thai woman over 40 is she will enjoy sex after 50. If she says yes, she is lying... especially if you are more than 10 years older than her.

But...if you got lucky, and that ``typical´´ is a professional or an independent well-traveled woman in contact with Western culture, is another history.

Some mature Thai women are exceptionally beautiful and fit, and a lot more caring, compared with Western women at the same age. 

 

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

Jerry Hall tried to get loads of money from Mick Jagger off the back of their 'village ceremony' in Bali.

Well that resulted in the wedding being declared invalid

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8 minutes ago, Muzarella said:

If you like sex and beautiful women, ask a typical Thai woman over 40 is she will enjoy sex after 50. If she says yes, she is lying... especially if you are more than 10 years older than her.

But...if you got lucky, and that ``typical´´ is a professional or an independent well-traveled woman in contact with Western culture, is another history.

Some mature Thai women are exceptionally beautiful and fit, and a lot more caring, compared with Western women at the same age. 

You really should learn how to speak Thai and rent a room in a brothel for a while.  

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1 hour ago, thaibeachlovers said:

I'm sorry you feel like that. I still want sex as much as when I was 30. Unfortunately I get none at all, because I live back home and 20 to 40 year olds are not interested in old men, and I'm not going to marry someone that looks like my granny just to get "elder sex".

I think sexual desire is more to do with one's personality than with one's age.

I have to agree with you and it gets more complicated as the items are ticked off the bucket list. 

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Here's a tip for the unknowing.

If a few couples are out for a meal and some dick-head brings up politics, starting as follows,

Starts with someone saying,

I reckon most politicians are only in it for themselves.

Most ex-pats will be thinking May, Trump or Corbyn.

Most Thai women will be thinking, why are you insulting our politicians?

Think about it. 😆😆

And think why?

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