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44 minutes ago, elliss said:

     

              Get a kindle , i did not travel 6000 milles to go bars ... 

What on earth are you on about? Kindle? Bars? The subject was MacDonald's. You do know what a MacDonald's is don't you?

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the girl that cooks my food will stop working at the resturant,

im picky about food so beats me what i can feed on after that,

i guess ill start diet

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8 minutes ago, Traubert said:

I do! I do! Me sir!!

 

It's pre-shat food right? LIke reverse digestion?

Eeeeeeewwwwww.

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Seen a change of client DNA that's for sure. What was a farang bar/restaurant has disappeared and now the last 3 times I visited only Thais in the place. 

 

Saw a farang  group begin to congregate outside a small shop selling beer with chairs. Not a bar in any shape or form. Plenty of choice round there for bars too.

 

 

 

 

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I think the Bars Frequented by mongers and those on the lower social scale stand a better chance. Those who rely on families, touring couples will struggle..


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I used to drink around Pattayaland as you could go on a decent pubcrawl but nearly all the bars have become empty Indian restaurants.

There must be a hell of a lot of dirty washing over there.

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2 hours ago, gk10002000 said:

Same as having two 7-11s right next to two Family Marts and all within 50 feet of each other.

You don't know why that is?

 

If a 7/11 or family market reach a certain revenue figure, the company will open another franchise in that location.

 

It's written in the contract.

 

I don't know how much it is now, but years ago for 7/11 it was when they make a monthly profit of 40K baht.

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3 hours ago, Leaver said:

Maybe she has plans to resign.  There's always someone with a better fridge.   🙂

... and more cheese 🧀 

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1 hour ago, Traubert said:

I do! I do! Me sir!!

 

It's pre-shat food right? LIke reverse digestion?

reminds me of a 'Red Dwarf' episode

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4 hours ago, Leaver said:

Seriously guys, is there no concern for the establishments you frequent?

 

I know I have seen a few of my favorite places really struggling, to the point I would not be surprised to see their doors closed soon.

 

A few of these are well established and nice places, that did have regular, and repeat clientele.

 

Good food.  Pleasant staff.  Nice environment. Cold beer.  All the sport on.  I will miss them, if / when they close. 

Name them.

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8 hours ago, champers said:

A big Leo is the same price as 2 years ago. How do they manage that?

A big Leo costs about 45 baht, if he sells it for more than that, that is how. 

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