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How Many Local Farangs Do You Know Or Have Actually Met?

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The outside bet wins. I have met you all :D

Glad you posted 'Sunshine on a rainy Day' . I was worried about you. no late night, early morning contributions for a couple of days. You must be on the wagon, or have run out of pickled onions :D

Thanks for your concern Jubby, I have been a little quiet due to not wanting to upset any more

MEMBERS, as for the rest of you , business as usual :D

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I don't think you really upset anybody here sun, we all know you are only jealous that we can afford to overpay for things, and i must say, you are a great contributor of information.

How long have you been living in Chiang Rai?

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Certainly can't upset me by calling me a prick Sunnny ;)

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How old are your children Jubby?

I have daughters aged 1 and a half, 6 and 14.

I am hoping sinsod hasn't been abolished by the time they come of age to have boyfriends and marry (35+ if up to me)

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How old are your children Jubby?

I have daughters aged 1 and a half, 6 and 14.

I am hoping sinsod hasn't been abolished by the time they come of age to have boyfriends and marry (35+ if up to me)

Yes, Indeed. I've thought about Sinsod myself. Its gonna be High mate, thats for sure :)

3 daughters, must be about 7, 9, 11 thereabouts. maybe a year younger or older. :)

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I don't think you really upset anybody here sun, we all know you are only jealous that we can afford to overpay for things, and i must say, you are a great contributor of information.

How long have you been living in Chiang Rai?

Thanks Paul. I have lived here for more than 5 years but less than 10. :D

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There's ample opportunity for expats to socialise in and around Chiang Rai if they wish.

I'd just like to add a reminder that some of us, and I pass no judgement on the more sociable members here, occasionally prefer our own company.

Without suggesting that they're out and out hermits... sometimes, for various reasons, physical and mental, the thought of going out and joining a large group is a bit overwhelming.

So when arranging events and gatherings it may be a good idea not to assume that everyone who contributes regularly and in a friendly manner on the forum will feel like joining in the fun and games.

Fire away... B)

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To each their own, and well respected.:jap: ]

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Not living in CR, I'm gratified by scea's kind gesture to include me...:jap:

I suppose I've met about 20 members in total, at various times.

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Thanks Paul. I have lived here for more than 5 years but less than 10. :D

I would have taken you for a relative newbie Sunny.

over 5 years, I bet I have met you after all.

can't recall any sweatysocks with your wicked sense of humour and Sunny Disposition though . I'll have to give it some thought :unsure:

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Sweatysocks? Is that part of the Soapdodger ethnic group? :huh:

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can't recall any sweatysocks with your wicked sense of humour and Sunny Disposition though . I'll have to give it some thought :unsure:

I normally wear White Socks with my FlipFlops, just to make the Germans feel at home :D

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Sweatysocks? Is that part of the Soapdodger ethnic group? :huh:

Jocks mate :)

sometimes abbreviated to 'sweaty's'

an honourific title bestowed upon our 'cousins' from north of the border.The one the Romans built a wall on. :)

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Sweatysocks? Is that part of the Soapdodger ethnic group? :huh:

Jocks mate :)

sometimes abbreviated to 'sweaty's'

an honourific title bestowed upon our 'cousins' from north of the border.The one the Romans built a wall on. :)

They didn't do too well did they....a lot of scots they didnae build a wall on.

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yeah I agree, needs to be much much higher! They need some kind of tariff too, like when you cross the bridge into Wales it's free, on the way back, people gladly pay the toll :)

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