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They are running out of ideas to make all of this more miserable

Ready set go... 10 days 😉 

Less alchohol during the Songkran period, with or without water fights will reduce socialising, and if it is only for 10 days, as in some places, not so bad. It's the danger of the ten days becoming a

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1 minute ago, Fatman666 said:

Does not affect me. A lot of small shops where i live, will sell to me my afternoon beers anyway. Only different will be the transport for the few meters to my home. Have to use instead a plastic bag my old small backpack,  where a six pack of Big Chang can be placed easily.

Get them to use the black plastic bags which nobody knows the contents of 👀

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1 minute ago, Fatman666 said:

Does not affect me. A lot of small shops where i live, will sell to me my afternoon beers anyway. Only different will be the transport for the few meters to my home. Have to use instead a plastic bag my old small backpack,  where a six pack of Big Chang can be placed easily.

And so you should be using your backpack, always. 🙂

 

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10 minutes ago, nikmar said:

After my initial child like sulking , Ive started thinking along the lines of it being a good thing for me. Ive already packed in the cigarettes and now i can have a dry out as well. I WILL be a better man.

You hope

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2 minutes ago, MaiDong said:

I used to love Leo, but it seems to have changed considerably, for the worse too. 

When i was back in the UK last summer I was amazed at the choice, and the flavours! Coming back here was a turning point, beer wise.

And cheaper in the UK

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8 minutes ago, Fatman666 said:

Does not affect me. A lot of small shops where i live, will sell to me my afternoon beers anyway. Only different will be the transport for the few meters to my home. Have to use instead a plastic bag my old small backpack,  where a six pack of Big Chang can be placed easily.

it will affect you. these small shops stock up every 2 days from makro etc.

 

can't be compared to a 1-2 day buddhist ban

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