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No harm in having a discussion I guess, but be honest guys, do you really care one jot how much money another guy can afford to part with if the mood takes him. I don't, I know a guy who is thinking about building in Thailand...."very nice " I said, gave him a rough idea of what he would spend "Go ahead enjoy" I said...I'm sure you will have a wonderful experience, building inThailand is fun. Same if some guy wants to send money, I say go ahead... why not.....if it makes the recipients happy and it makes you happy that is all that matters....right?

What makes me happy is watching a farang build a Thai woman, her parents, and her sister houses. The reason it makes me happy is because it isn't me who's doing it. biggrin.png

trouble is they gonna see the other fools doing this and will soon expect you to do also..may not be tomorrow but it will happen!!biggrin.png

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My wife is not from Issan, but when were living in my home country in my mind it was the right thing to visit her family every few years for 3/4 weeks; why would you have any issue, you would have to be mean not to do so. In any case a lot cheaper to visit Thailand, than to holiday in home country. .

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My wife is not from Issan, but when were living in my home country in my mind it was the right thing to visit her family every few years for 3/4 weeks; why would you have any issue, you would have to be mean not to do so. In any case a lot cheaper to visit Thailand, than to holiday in home country. .

It must be expensive in your country, then!thumbsup.gif I take it you no longer live there?
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On our visits to Hawaii we have met several couples who have adapted very well to living there. Many of the women seem happier there, unshackled from the social constraints and prejudices found in Thai society. Sure they miss family and like to visit, but if they have made the adjustment and have a life abroad, they would be relinquishing a great deal of personal freedom to return home permanently.

As an aside, you just have to admire people who boast about how cheap and low maintenance their women are.

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No harm in having a discussion I guess, but be honest guys, do you really care one jot how much money another guy can afford to part with if the mood takes him. I don't, I know a guy who is thinking about building in Thailand...."very nice " I said, gave him a rough idea of what he would spend "Go ahead enjoy" I said...I'm sure you will have a wonderful experience, building inThailand is fun. Same if some guy wants to send money, I say go ahead... why not.....if it makes the recipients happy and it makes you happy that is all that matters....right?

What makes me happy is watching a farang build a Thai woman, her parents, and her sister houses. The reason it makes me happy is because it isn't me who's doing it. biggrin.png

You forgot their sons and daughters.

And her 'brother'.

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I spent a year living in Isaan in my mid-20s. I used to love hearing these stories down in the local nightspots. Told by the GF's enjoying a bottle of Black Label with their Thai BF.

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On our visits to Hawaii we have met several couples who have adapted very well to living there. Many of the women seem happier there, unshackled from the social constraints and prejudices found in Thai society. Sure they miss family and like to visit, but if they have made the adjustment and have a life abroad, they would be relinquishing a great deal of personal freedom to return home permanently.

As an aside, you just have to admire people who boast about how cheap and low maintenance their women are.

I was married before to an American for about four years. One of the things I was specifically looking for in my next wife was someone that was just a bit less materialistic. I was fortunate to find her in Thailand. I do have to admit that she was lower maintenance when we were first married, but overall I would not change a thing. She has said that she will live wherever I want to live, and I have decided that I would like to retire early (early 50s) in Thailand in a couple of (hopefully) short years.
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My wife is not from Issan, but when were living in my home country in my mind it was the right thing to visit her family every few years for 3/4 weeks; why would you have any issue, you would have to be mean not to do so. In any case a lot cheaper to visit Thailand, than to holiday in home country. .

It must be expensive in your country, then!thumbsup.gif I take it you no longer live there?

Australia is expensive for holidays, cheaper to fly to Thailand.. Yes now retired in Thailand

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No harm in having a discussion I guess, but be honest guys, do you really care one jot how much money another guy can afford to part with if the mood takes him. I don't, I know a guy who is thinking about building in Thailand...."very nice " I said, gave him a rough idea of what he would spend "Go ahead enjoy" I said...I'm sure you will have a wonderful experience, building inThailand is fun. Same if some guy wants to send money, I say go ahead... why not.....if it makes the recipients happy and it makes you happy that is all that matters....right?

What makes me happy is watching a farang build a Thai woman, her parents, and her sister houses. The reason it makes me happy is because it isn't me who's doing it. biggrin.png

You forgot their sons and daughters.

And her 'brother'.

I appreciate most of your posts Semper but whats with everyone assuming Issan families are rife with blugers?

My wife has 2 brothers, 1 is a chef at Novotel in BKK and the other has a shop in CM.

As for our house in Issan, its for our daughter.

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My wife is not from Issan, but when were living in my home country in my mind it was the right thing to visit her family every few years for 3/4 weeks; why would you have any issue, you would have to be mean not to do so. In any case a lot cheaper to visit Thailand, than to holiday in home country. .

It must be expensive in your country, then!thumbsup.gif I take it you no longer live there?

Australia is expensive for holidays, cheaper to fly to Thailand.. Yes now retired in Thailand

Thats correct. Im in Oz and its as cheap to go to Bali, Thailand and the likes than holiday here in Oz!
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To be honest I meet a girl in Issan dated and every thing was good until the parents wanted so much a month from me then I thought this is wrong to me. I aggred on the wedding gold money to family but the monthly income given to the parents I could not agree with , so u know the rest of that story

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