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On 8/19/2019 at 3:57 PM, richard_smith237 said:

 

Normal implies its a regular occurrence...  i.e. in a country of 70million people...  once a day or maybe as few as 100 times per year... 

 

What is normal is having breakfast...  

 

This is not normal and if you think it is normal then a warped world is certainly an accurate description.

 

 

I agree to disagree, my perception is as warped as yours is in denial...take the rose colored glasses off.

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29 minutes ago, mike787 said:

I agree to disagree, my perception is as warped as yours is in denial...take the rose colored glasses off.

Give us the facts, how many times a year does this happen?

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On 8/19/2019 at 11:22 AM, Golden Triangle said:

At least my ex (1st one) only ever brought my dinner to the pub, and very nice it was too...................

When my dad arrived home from the pub one Friday evening after work, he asked my mum if his dinner was still warm ? ( days b4 microwaves)

 

Her answer, and it stays with me many years later was ...... "It should be. It's in the dog!"

 

I laughed and laughed and he gave me a swipe around the ear. 🙂

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On 8/19/2019 at 6:50 PM, Bangkok Barry said:

There have been 27 comments above, and 13 of them have made a joke about someone being set on fire, a victim of attempted murder.

 

Why does TV attract so many idiots? Quite extraordinary. Sad and pathetic people who have nothing better to do. 

There have been 6474939236849364 comments on TV and 100% is talking bs about literally everything in Thailand. This was also a Thai person so it kind of fits in.

 

If there is a mature section without the possibility to complain, it'd be empty.

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On 8/19/2019 at 7:16 AM, giddyup said:

If you think this is normal, for anyone, then you live in a very warped world.

Yes- no specifics, but it seems that his wife was paranoid and/or jealous. It's obvious that the expression: "Hell hath no fury than the scorn of a woman" plays into many situations. And yes- it goes both ways. There is enough evidence of impulsive behavior - with each gender.

 

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