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Pattaya massage: Please let us open our businesses again - we promise to follow the rules

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4 hours ago, Lacessit said:

A full body massage might be stretching things a bit ( DE fully intended ) but I can't see why a foot massage would be a problem.

But using anti-viral gel instead of the usual Mazola could completely revitalize the industry 🙂

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3 hours ago, smedly said:

how exactly are you going to adhere to social distancing ?

6ft arm extensions lol

6 ft?? Must be US or UK rule.

In Thailand distancing is 1 metre.

(Still a problem for massage though)

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She promises to follow the rules,

 

You never used to before

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They should open up at least foot massage.

Everyone masked and put people every other chair or every third chair would work.

Disinfect the chairs before and after.

Most of these shops have more then enough seats to accommodate customers.

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5 hours ago, scubascuba3 said:

Landlords need to share the pain by dropping rent, if they don't then the business should just throw in the towel, any renegotiation of rent would have to be a lot lower and if they don't it stays empty

 

I completely agree. In many cases, however, the building owners have used the property to secure a loan or mortgage. The problem arises when the people or companies holding the loan or mortgage will not reduce or renegotiate the debt. The building owner has little choice but to require that the lessee pays the agreed rent.

 

It's almost like some people are waiting for the building owners to fail. Even though the tenant is the subject of this article, they are often just a pawn on the chess board.

 

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Posted (edited)

They could open them without a happy ending. That might work. 

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5 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

everyone i know says they still don't know when they will be allowed to open. 

They must miss massaging your foot/feet !

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3 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

If they could not do the top half, I guess maybe you can opt for a happy beginning and a happy ending to fill the hour out

You horny men have to wait untill the virus is over....here's something innocent to watch:

 

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Afaik foot massage is allowed. In fact, I see some massage shops open on Phuket

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7 hours ago, scubascuba3 said:

Landlords need to share the pain by dropping rent, if they don't then the business should just throw in the towel, any renegotiation of rent would have to be a lot lower and if they don't it stays empty

I know first hand it is difficult to throw in the towel, after spending 700.000 on a massage spa just because a short sighted landlord because a short sighted landlord wont help you have to whether the storm, but of course you don't forget. 

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2 hours ago, toofarnorth said:

For several years up here I have been seeing the same lady every 2 weeks for a 90 minute oil massage.

This has worked in my favour as I saw her door a little bit open 3 weeks ago , stopped to say hello and she told me to come back next day. She said only regular cutomers that already have her phone number.  Visited again 3 days ago , park under cover and keep quiet. I need the massage she needs the money after 7 weeks.  

Organised well done and she wont forget you when things sort themselves out.

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