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Enslaving Farangs In Thailand

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Many years ago I met and fell in love with a lady and 9 months later we got married and a couple of years later still our son came along. After a few years of rented accommodation around the country as my job dictated I eventually left and with the money they gave me we bought our house.

My wife worked for a while then gave up and started and stopped a couple of times more. In my job I travelled around the country more but went home at weekends and 3 years later was given the chance to worl elsewhere, which after discussing it with my wife and son I took that job.

I used to get back usually 3 times a year for my son's birthday in April, hollidays in August and for Xmas/New Year.

The marriage slowly fell apart and I met a girl or two here and there and we broke up and divorced. Our son was 19 so it wasn't that bad.

In the divorce I managed to keep my pensions and a lot of personal stuff. It cost me an arm and a leg in alimony not that I am complaining because most of the problem was my fault anyway.

I went back with a girl I had mey 6 years before and the year after my divorce was final we married in the UK and have been for 12 years and we have an 8 year old son.

We have a bit of land and a house to live in and get on fairly well though to be truthful I must piss her off much more at times than she does to me.

She used to work, gave it up then started again and stopped a couple of years ago.

When I die she will get 1/2 my pensions etc and of course the house and land will be hers anyway.

If we divorce I expect that she will get the house and land and alimony and I of course will help out with our son.

The only difference between my two marriages was the first wife was from the UK and my second wife is Thai and I knew her for 6 years before we married.

The point basically is that when you go into a marriage it should work if you can trust each other, and if you go intgo a marrige with the thought of "what do I get back if it falls apart" to me it means you are not committed in the first place and the odds are the marriage will fail anywhere in the world.

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Judging by the look of misery and shame on the faces of the 'little dogs (Farang) that I see in BigC every time I go there, trotting after their wife, I am beginning to understand why many of them just do the 'avoid eye contact' thing as a matter of course. One Farnag poisoned in our village, another being cuckolded without shame, many absentee Farnag houses inhabited by wife plus her boyfriend, I seem to be the only one leading a normal existence, despite many temptations.

My wife knows that I am capable f packing my bag and leaving at any time, marriage or no marriage. I came here for freedom, not enslavement.

Mind you, she has threatened to cut my balls off..

I frequently shop at Big-C. However, I tend to avoid eye contact with any farang who looks likely to collar me with a story about all the enslaved expats in his village, excepting Mr. Macho of course, being cuckolded or even murdered. Meeting you would bugger up a pleasant shopping trip and the rest of my day.

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The point basically is that when you go into a marriage it should work if you can trust each other, and if you go intgo a marrige with the thought of "what do I get back if it falls apart" to me it means you are not committed in the first place and the odds are the marriage will fail anywhere in the world.

Alternatively, don't let them in the UK, then when it all goes wrong, you don't have to pay anything.

(Also rent your home and buy the car in your own name). So it doesn't matter if the marriage fails.

Why bet your home, pension, assets and future income on a temporary relationship?

Why let any woman/man enslave you?

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Judging by the look of misery and shame on the faces of the 'little dogs (Farang) that I see in BigC every time I go there, trotting after their wife, I am beginning to understand why many of them just do the 'avoid eye contact' thing as a matter of course. One Farnag poisoned in our village, another being cuckolded without shame, many absentee Farnag houses inhabited by wife plus her boyfriend, I seem to be the only one leading a normal existence, despite many temptations.

My wife knows that I am capable f packing my bag and leaving at any time, marriage or no marriage. I came here for freedom, not enslavement.

Mind you, she has threatened to cut my balls off..

I frequently shop at Big-C. However, I tend to avoid eye contact with any farang who looks likely to collar me with a story about all the enslaved expats in his village, excepting Mr. Macho of course, being cuckolded or even murdered. Meeting you would bugger up a pleasant shopping trip and the rest of my day.

deary me, what an evil posting. I am definitely not Mr. Macho, every time I mention the avoid eye contact thing, I get insulted. What strange people some of you are.

Where I lived before, sir, if you didn't say good morning or answer a 'good morning', people took it very badly.

Come visit my village and I'll show you around. It's not a big deal, that's the way it is.

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Some farangs are just dumb, my wifes niece has has a English bloke she is hooked up to who happily sends money over has built her a house all the usual things.

The father of this girl is a little embarressed as she has the thai boyfriend sleeping with her under the farangs house.

Now here is the stupid thing the English farang has been warned by my wife telling him exactly what is happening under his roof but he cannot believe it so he continues to send money to this little tramp as I like to call her.

My wife is even embarressed at what is happening to this english bloke and if you are on thai visa and have read this thread believe everything my wife has told you.

The father of this girl is a little embarressed as she has the thai boyfriend sleeping with her under the farangs house

​Is he embarrassed because they have sex in the basement, under the house? May be they really only sleep together. giggle.gif

Guess it would be okay in the master bed room....... coffee1.gif

And the Father is not embarressed enough to.... 1. Tell the Guy..... 2. Put a stop to it..... 3...... Stop taking the Farangs money......4. Kick his miserable excuse for a Daughter out.

The Hypocracy is breathtaking.

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As they say in Africa......

There is a lotta people living in denial

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Judging by the look of misery and shame on the faces of the 'little dogs (Farang) that I see in BigC every time I go there, trotting after their wife, I am beginning to understand why many of them just do the 'avoid eye contact' thing as a matter of course. One Farnag poisoned in our village, another being cuckolded without shame, many absentee Farnag houses inhabited by wife plus her boyfriend, I seem to be the only one leading a normal existence, despite many temptations.

My wife knows that I am capable f packing my bag and leaving at any time, marriage or no marriage. I came here for freedom, not enslavement.

Mind you, she has threatened to cut my balls off..

I frequently shop at Big-C. However, I tend to avoid eye contact with any farang who looks likely to collar me with a story about all the enslaved expats in his village, excepting Mr. Macho of course, being cuckolded or even murdered. Meeting you would bugger up a pleasant shopping trip and the rest of my day.

deary me, what an evil posting. I am definitely not Mr. Macho, every time I mention the avoid eye contact thing, I get insulted. What strange people some of you are.

Where I lived before, sir, if you didn't say good morning or answer a 'good morning', people took it very badly.

Come visit my village and I'll show you around. It's not a big deal, that's the way it is.

I agree with cooked, I've had eye witness testimonials from the men who have had their family jewels cooked, blended, sauteed, grilled, filleted, etc. Be careful around many of these frog and dog eaters!

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Judging by the look of misery and shame on the faces of the 'little dogs (Farang) that I see in BigC every time I go there, trotting after their wife, I am beginning to understand why many of them just do the 'avoid eye contact' thing as a matter of course. One Farnag poisoned in our village, another being cuckolded without shame, many absentee Farnag houses inhabited by wife plus her boyfriend, I seem to be the only one leading a normal existence, despite many temptations.

My wife knows that I am capable f packing my bag and leaving at any time, marriage or no marriage. I came here for freedom, not enslavement.

Mind you, she has threatened to cut my balls off..

I frequently shop at Big-C. However, I tend to avoid eye contact with any farang who looks likely to collar me with a story about all the enslaved expats in his village, excepting Mr. Macho of course, being cuckolded or even murdered. Meeting you would bugger up a pleasant shopping trip and the rest of my day.

deary me, what an evil posting. I am definitely not Mr. Macho, every time I mention the avoid eye contact thing, I get insulted. What strange people some of you are.

Where I lived before, sir, if you didn't say good morning or answer a 'good morning', people took it very badly.

Come visit my village and I'll show you around. It's not a big deal, that's the way it is.

If you come to my village it won't take more than 5 minutes to show you around. It's not big but strung out along the road.

When IK see farangs in BigC or whereever I am polite enough and pass the time of day. If they want to speak more then I will as I can always look at the time on my mobile and excuse myself saying that I am supposed to meet my wife in a couple of minutes.

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So swissie is raising this issue after being a TV member for 6 years. clap2.gif

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So swissie is raising this issue after being a TV member for 6 years. clap2.gif

Must admit, I like to raise issues that are a bit controversial. This happens to be one of them. And this issue will be raised by many other posters, as long as there is the fact remaining, that if a Thai-National that gets entangled in legal matters in Europe is treated the same way as an european "native". = Everybody is equal before the law of the land.

It's exactly the same in the West, the woman gets the house. Women are always more equal than men.

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