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2 minutes ago, ThomasThBKK said:

 

Scandalous, she goes to the beach in a bikini!

 

 

Better than swimming full gear with clothes, it's a hygenic no no and forbidden in pretty much every western pool for a reason.

 

You guys should stop being stuck in medival age, it's 2019, even in Thailand.

Not walking down main street Thailand half naked with your boobs hanging out.

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7 minutes ago, Mitkof Island said:

Not walking down main street Thailand half naked with your boobs hanging out.

Have you checked your avatar recently?

 

Just sayin... :cowboy:

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Dont most people just dress for the occasion? I've worn a shirt and trousers to immigration when renewing an extension but I'll wager that some of my tee shirts cost more than their entire uniforms, complete with plastic shoes. Ultimately,wear what makes you happy.

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And I object vehemently to being lumped into a large melting pot imagined by some members here that all expats are down and outs, if you cannot provide proof you are spouting BS, and 1 photo of a holiday maker in a bikini talking to a BiB with no back story is crap, they are on holiday not expats. So halt de klapper as they say.

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21 minutes ago, Mitkof Island said:

Not walking down main street Thailand half naked with your boobs hanging out.

Are you talking about thai bar girls and ladyboys? They aren't expats.

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1 hour ago, colinneil said:

Well i go barefoot, shirt sarong and pampers.:cheesy:

Thank goodness you put a shirt on.

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It's daft really, Thais don't seem to appreciate farang get hotter than Thais and sweat more which is a major reason we wear less. For those who spend All day in AC of course that's different

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I was sent home to change from Samui DLT when applying for a license 7 years ago. Dress shorts were not allowed and they would not issue the license unless dressed to their standard. I have taken that to be Government Office policy ever since.

But shoes! How many Thais wear shoes (outside of the city/office workers)?

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Now can we see the internal signs telling staff not to play with phones on duty, stop sending people out for drinks by the dozen, stop having food wrappers and containers in the office and get back to work at the appointed time, not half an hour later !

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3 hours ago, SkyNets said:

Think it's means don't bring your bar girl with you.

That would directly affect 99% of wives and gf's

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3 hours ago, Jingthing said:

You've got to be "smart" to ride the wave of ever changing onerous rule changes.

Wore long pants and white shirt and spent 12 minutes getting retirement extension.  No one asked me to come back and show anything.  

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30 minutes ago, trainman34014 said:

Now can we see the internal signs telling staff not to play with phones on duty, stop sending people out for drinks by the dozen, stop having food wrappers and containers in the office and get back to work at the appointed time, not half an hour later !

I have never waited more then 10 minutes for any type of service there.  All 90 day less then a minute.

So, as far as I am concerned they can keep doing what they do I have no complaints about their efficiency or work efforts.

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58 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

Do they get insulted if you wear jeans?

I think so.  

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