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2 minutes ago, Susco said:

These days threads with alcohol in the title are hotter than those with sex.

 

Apparently sex has become illegal, wonder if alcohol is going to become illegal too.

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3 minutes ago, Susco said:

These days threads with alcohol in the title are hotter than those with sex.

 

Taste better

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50 minutes ago, jimmyyy said:

Here is my concern with a two day allowance.  Logistics!  Will the manufactures be able to meet the demand?  How soon could the Thai Beverage logistics start rolling, i would say you would need 2 days just to bring the booze to the markets per say.   Even Makro may only keep a pallet of blend or sam song in stock, all the local shops are empty.  I am sure many of the local warehouses are empty as well.  They would have to release the logistics 2 days prior or it will be a mad house, and stock will be gone within an hour.  Then you will have people sitting at the shops waiting on deliveries, that is a social distancing nightmare.

Well, of course it will be a complete and upper cock up, it is being instigated by the government. Literally, a booze up in a brewery!

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Alcoholics are salivating.

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23 minutes ago, CGW said:

A population that agrees to be "locked up" not work, not socialise for the crime of being healthy deserves no more?

If folks haven't realised yet, there is another agenda at play! you don't lock down 99.9% of the world's population because their immune systems are working!

Unless you are Bill "Kill Bill" Gates, who seems to have appointed himself the new world health minister and has a "Plan" Lord help us !!!:shock1:

Obviously, the alcohol ban passed you by!

 

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12 minutes ago, Jane baker said:

No alcohol & no swimming in your hotel pool when your the only couple in it ? Please I don’t understand this can’t even sit by pool on benches & we are the only 2 people in our hotel ?

Sadly, the central governments can't leave common sense to decide what's acceptable and what's not.

They need to have blanket rules, without exception or grey areas... in order to avoid ambiguity.

Like most on this forum, we're happy to enjoy a quiet drink in sensible ways, but the locals (the vast majority) only drink in groups.

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