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1 minute ago, Blue Muton said:
2 hours ago, bluesofa said:

Six and seven-eighths please.

Is hat a euphemism?

You've been looking again.

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6 hours ago, marko kok prong said:

Moonshine is a little misleading ,it makes one think of a still set up in the Kentucky woods or something,he was most likely drinking methanol or some such.

Whatever it was isn't imported, it done him in. :burp:

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4 hours ago, Henryford said:

Will his death be classified as Covid19 ?

 

Since the ban was never Covid-19 related the death won't be either. This Songkran ban has been in the works since last year. It is someone's personal agenda. They want to make April a dry month in Thailand, as well as the entire period of Buddhist Lent from Khao Phansa to Awk Phansa.

 

The people behind this push need to be identified and be forced to acknowledge their responsibility in this death. If they succeed in their plans, there will be a lot more deaths like this one. The Thai culture does not support their extremist views.

 

 

 

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Feel bad for his mom, too old a lady to find her son dead like that. RIP

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15 minutes ago, DaRoadrunner said:

My maid, from Issaan, made some Lao Khao in a bucket using sticky rice. Left it out in the sun to ferment. “You better drink it now, if I let it ferment any longer it will kill you,” she said.

 

I tried a mouthful and my vision flashed on and off. For a moment my lights went out. The maid ate the residual sticky rice and was found the next day, out in the pouring rain, unconscious under a palm tree.

 

With the booze ban it would not surprise me if half of Issaan was now lying under a palm tree.

 

Smoooooothe stuff!

You seemed to have overlooked the fact that Lao Khao does not become a strong liquor until it has been distilled. Until then it's just rice soup with a bit of alcohol in it.

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7 hours ago, Henryford said:

Will his death be classified as Covid19 ?

Possibly, if he thought the alcohol was for cleansing purposes!!!

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8 minutes ago, Burma Bill said:
7 hours ago, Henryford said:

Will his death be classified as Covid19 ?

Possibly, if he thought the alcohol was for cleansing purposes!!!

Well it sent him clean round the bend.

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Posted (edited)
50 minutes ago, Moonlover said:

You seemed to have overlooked the fact that Lao Khao does not become a strong liquor until it has been distilled. Until then it's just rice soup with a bit of alcohol in it.

You think our maid had access to a still? I seriously doubt and suspect the Issaan folk have a simple way of making it. All I saw was a plastic bucket with sticky rice and a clear liquid that was rocket fuel..... Only one word describes it.... Lethal.

 

No doubt there will now be a slew of responses on how the stuff is made.

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42 minutes ago, Moonlover said:

You seemed to have overlooked the fact that Lao Khao does not become a strong liquor until it has been distilled. Until then it's just rice soup with a bit of alcohol in it.

You sound like you haven't tried it,it's bloody nasty.

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17 minutes ago, DaRoadrunner said:

You think our maid had access to a still? I seriously doubt and suspect the Issaan folk have a simple way of making it. All I saw was a plastic bucket with sticky rice and a clear liquid that was rocket fuel..... Only one word describes it.... Lethal.

 

No doubt there will now be a slew of responses on how the stuff is made.

No of course she wouldn't have access to a still, so what I'm saying is that what you were drinking was not Lao Khao. It was, roughly speaking, a simple rice wine. Something akin to Japanese Sake. Although probably no where near as good. 🙂

 

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, Moonlover said:

You seemed to have overlooked the fact that Lao Khao does not become a strong liquor until it has been distilled.

 

1 hour ago, Moonlover said:

No of course she wouldn't have access to a still, so what I'm saying is that what you were drinking was not Lao Khao. It was, roughly speaking, a simple rice wine. Something akin to Japanese Sake. Although probably no where near as good. 🙂

 

So poster, you should know the penalty for contradicting yourself on TV. The men in white coats will be coming for you.

 

I used to drink Sake with my Japanese business partner, who would get legless on it trying to drink like a Gaijin. You are correct (of course) in that both are made from rice. But comparing Sake to Lao Khao is like comparing Snow White to this guy....

 

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