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3 hours ago, hobobo said:

How do you identify experienced drinkers? Those who check out? What an inane statement.

Yes, I've seen it here for years. Mostly Thais and many farang.

That's not inane.  How long have you lived in Thailand.  If ever?

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2 minutes ago, Lucius verus said:

Yes, I've seen it here for years. Mostly Thais and many farang.

That's not inane.  How long have you lived in Thailand.  If ever?

Fourteen years continuously, and before that I've been coming here since 1973 at least once or twice a year. And you?

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5 hours ago, Lucius verus said:

Thai men drop dead all the time from alcohol poisoning expecially ,ya dong and soi  moonshine

My father-in-law gave me some of his ya dong last night. I said it tasted exactly like lao khao. "But it has herbs" they kept saying. Looked like pieces of bark to me.

 

Anyway, terribly sad to hear of this, my deepest condolences to his family.

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10 hours ago, Lucius verus said:

The average age of farang deaths in Thailand seems to be dropping.

Twenty years ago it was mostly older farang bar punters.

Nowadays its guys in their twenties and thirties who get carried out feet first.

This story is credible. Thai men drop dead all the time from alcohol poisoning expecially ,ya dong and soi  moonshine which is about 40 baht for small bottle.

Farangs will die as well even experienced drinkers like the Frenchman will check out.

I think it's the humidity, burning money and stress of living in Thailand that accelerates problems. Some people just can't handle living in Asia and should go home.

I think the heat might be part of the problem. I was there for 35 days and I could not wait to get out after two weeks. You can easily go into a spiral downhill, specially if you can not speak Thai or have any friends around you.

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6 hours ago, SteveK said:

my deepest condolences to his family.

Although I am sure they are not surprised.

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15 hours ago, webfact said:

and she had been looking after him for the last month.

Wonder what the tab is for that ? 

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

They believe that he literally drunk himself to death.

Some alcoholics are litteraly incurable.. the monkey on the back is too heavy to shake off!

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Posted (edited)

Alcoholic foreigners in Thailand are as common as fleas. Sorry no sympathy for them they are a national disgrace. And their excuse always is well the Thais do it.

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Edited by Mitkof Island
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4 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Wonder what the tab is for that ? 

Seems many are stupid enough to give them between 20,000 to 30,000 a month and then wonder why they have no money. Sad if you have to rent a girlfriend or wife.

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6 hours ago, GoodieAfterDark said:

I think the heat might be part of the problem. I was there for 35 days and I could not wait to get out after two weeks. You can easily go into a spiral downhill, specially if you can not speak Thai or have any friends around you.

BINGO: Can not speak Thai !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   BIG HINT: If you are unwilling to learn Thai stop complaining , stop drinking, and grow a brain what is left of it.

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13 hours ago, Matzzon said:

So, now you blame her for letting him drink??? What would the world be if we can´t blame a Thai?
 

No, I don't blame her. What I meant was I think he took care of the lady (financially) not the other way around.  And I thought it was sad to die from drinking at such a young age.

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7 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

No, I don't blame her. What I meant was I think he took care of the lady (financially) not the other way around.  And I thought it was sad to die from drinking at such a young age.

They did not mean financial care in this news, but of course that´s the only know expression in combination with care for the greater part of Thailands expat community.

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9 hours ago, Matzzon said:

They did not mean financial care in this news, but of course that´s the only know expression in combination with care for the greater part of Thailands expat community.

 

maybe the expat think it because its the truth?

You think she stay with him for nothing because of charm and good looks?

and putting up with drunken episodes for fun?

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17 minutes ago, tingtongtourist said:

 

maybe the expat think it because its the truth?

You think she stay with him for nothing because of charm and good looks?

and putting up with drunken episodes for fun?

No ,I did not think that in this case, but they related to other kind of care in the news. Also have been hering this BS talk from too many loosers that has come to this country thinking they are the king of the country from start. After 60% fail and the other 40 complain and blame Thgai girls and other Thai´s for their poor judgement.

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