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42 minutes ago, Matzzon said:
1 hour ago, ezzra said:

Can we the foreigner get some positive mileage out of this proclamation like printing it on a large banner and posting it in front of the immigration offices around the country...

And this has to do with visas and Immigration in what kind of way?

Aw come on - you don't see any humor at all in this ezzra's comment ? 

 

Have you seen all the news recently??? with large printed banners, an *obstinacy of Immigration officers pointing and grinning mindlessly at said banner, highlighting how their biometrics caught a 143 day overstayer, Thailand is now more safe !!!

 

 

 

(*obstinacy collective noun for.......... You guessed it !!!)

 

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48 minutes ago, Lungstib said:

Like the 8 and 2 year olds from across the road that come and leave their packets and wrappers on our porch. Can only assume Thai parents dont teach "in the bin" but they are learning, begrudgingly, from us.

A light-hearted response to this.

 

We only get to see our little grandson for a day or two every few months. He doesn't get much chance to pick-up English from me and it's then neglected when he goes back home. 

 

One phrase I taught him when he first started talking was "In the bin" for when he'd finished with some sweet wrapper or similar. He soon made up his own response to me when I was being silly with him and he'd had enough - "Grandad - In the bin". Always make me smile 🙂.

 

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1 hour ago, ezzra said:

Can we the foreigner get some positive mileage out of this proclamation like printing it on a large banner and posting it in front of the immigration offices around the country...

Not a good idea, it might be interpreted as an anti-corruption sentiment, and well, we can't be having any of that!

 

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  The result of no education protecting the environment on school and university, Malaysia could teach Thailand a lot

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2 hours ago, Swimfan said:

And who is going to empty the rubbish bins 😂

The  dogs  that the stupid  will no doubt  feed

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2 hours ago, pmarlin said:

Not only Beach areas but also McDonald's, burger king and any other fast food joint in Thailand.

Don't they have employees to clear up the mess from their customers?

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36 minutes ago, CGW said:

Thai culture breeds incredibly self centred, inconsiderate people, quite why I have no idea, lack of decent parenting definitely at the root?

Driving, noise, garbage they simply have no consideration for others in the main, there are a few exceptions off course!

You forget the Thai are the same as "The  Borg" work as  one

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1 hour ago, Curt1591 said:

At many fast food joints, I have seen endless Thais leave the table trashed, with the tray station right next to them 

 

 

Starbucks can’t even put their plastic cup in trash, just walk away, like the HiSo, and can’t run 2 baht together 

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57 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

The repeated theme in all of these issues is Pure absolute Laziness.... The 'Couldn't give a flook' mindset so widely spread through the general population is sometimes astonishing - it really is a shame. 

If you have a company/business, dont hire Thai employees...

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