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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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I ordered a few cases from Tesco shopping online and the delivery date is not for the 14th. 

I guess Tesco will cancel my order even though it was placed before this ban

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1 minute ago, johng said:

Yes they changed the taste when the government put up taxes on alcohol a few years ago..they also sneakily  reduced the  actual beer in the bottle   from 630 to 620 ML  but covered that with a new

sticker on the neck of the bottle.

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Is that right? Interesting. Sneaky. 

I often wonder if it's me that's changed, sometimes maybe it is, sometimes not. 

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6 minutes ago, cyril sneer said:

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

no no i live here the 6th year, on the main road are 2 big shops with a lot of boxes of beers. They sell also alcohol on special holidays back door for Thais only. The small shop owners can buying also on Buddhist holidays or on election days. Jumping on the motorbike and in between a couple of minutes refill of beer is guaranteed 365 days a year.

So no problem for sure. I will go visit at 5 pm to my favourit shop and will confirm that with him. 

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1 minute ago, Fatman666 said:

no no i live here the 6th year, on the main road are 2 big shops with a lot of boxes of beers. They sell also alcohol on special holidays back door for Thais only. The small shop owners can buying also on Buddhist holidays or on election days. Jumping on the motorbike and in between a couple of minutes refill of beer is guaranteed 365 days a year.

So no problem for sure. I will go visit at 5 pm to my favourit shop and will confirm that with him. 

They are ramping up the penalties for illegal sales so don't be so sure!

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