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Vinyl shop blamed after Costa Rica flag used instead of Thai flag at rally in Southern Thailand    Picture: Daily News   The governor of Songkhla has explained what happened a

This is funny and I feel ... #1 it was not a mistake 🤭🤐 #2 surely if the people at the event loved their country as much as they claim, they should have noticed.

If you know what the color blue in the Thai flag symbolises and why it’s extra big in the centre, then you realize how embarrassing this mistake is for the organisers.

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1 hour ago, Gulfsailor said:

If you know what the color blue in the Thai flag symbolises and why it’s extra big in the centre, then you realize how embarrassing this mistake is for the organisers.

technically illegal.

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1 hour ago, Gulfsailor said:

If you know what the color blue in the Thai flag symbolises and why it’s extra big in the centre, then you realize how embarrassing this mistake is for the organisers.

I don't know, so come on, tell us all.

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55 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

A perfect example of the general lack of attention to basic detail here in Thailand - one which causes so much confusion in every facet of life from. For us foreigners easy examples of the lack of attention to detail can be found in the inaccurate interpretation and translations of regulations and rules (such as immigration) to incomplete, vague and clumsy lists of requirements. 

 

 

That said: How many British people can recognise when the Union Jack is flown upside down ????

 

 

Broad white stripe at the top, near the hoist.....Baden Powell

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1 hour ago, richard_smith237 said:

A perfect example of the general lack of attention to basic detail here in Thailand - one which causes so much confusion in every facet of life from. For us foreigners easy examples of the lack of attention to detail can be found in the inaccurate interpretation and translations of regulations and rules (such as immigration) to incomplete, vague and clumsy lists of requirements. 

 

 

That said: How many British people can recognise when the Union Jack is flown upside down ????

 

 

Good question !!

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