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Jonathan Fairfield

Thai student discovers a clever solution for killing cockroaches

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Discovered?

This solution is at least as old as my grandmother.

Flour, gipsum and water keeps mice at bay.

Tomorrow, some clever Thai kid will discover America.

Yeah well she didn't know your grandmother and she thought this up on her own, big thumbs up for creativity. As for you, well enough said I guess

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Can't recall the last time I saw a Thai reading a book, comics yes.

Might be a first for you but try stopping a bookstore in Thailand. Who do you think buys the books at the thousands of book stores in Thailand?

Asia books is for falang, they don't sell Thai books. The books in Thai bookshops are mostly trash novels, monk nonsense comics and magazines.

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Who are these cultural and mental Giants that feel the need to denigrate Thai people, their culture, their history, ambitions and accomplishments at every turn? Why don't they just return to those ever-so-grander Homelands that no doubt were delighted to see them leave.

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Can't recall the last time I saw a Thai reading a book, comics yes.

Might be a first for you but try stopping a bookstore in Thailand. Who do you think buys the books at the thousands of book stores in Thailand?

Asia books is for falang, they don't sell Thai books. The books in Thai bookshops are mostly trash novels, monk nonsense comics and magazines.

Well if you don't like living amongst what you consider "retards" the solution is easy, go back from whence you came!

We took my friend's daughter shopping for presents for her 7th birthday and the only things she wanted were Maths and English text books ... not trash novels, monk nonsense (presumably you mean Buddhist religious books), comics and magazines.

With your attitude I think you could do with a considerable amount of serious reading about "curing attitude problems", but sadly they may have too many big words for you to understand. You could always ask a Thai primary student to help you.

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I had a slight but persistent small bodied roach problem for months and tried everything I could find in the local stores to get rid of them and nothing worked, after doing some extensive research I decided to mail order "Advion" gel bait as I couldn't source it in Thailand, it arrived in 4x syringe type tubes and cost about $20

I placed about five spots of the stuff in strategic places - a quantity in total equal to the amount of toothpaste you would use to brush your teeth, this was about 2 months ago and within one week they were completely gone and have never come back, when I placed the stuff I checked now and again and actually witnessed the roaches filling their faces, they then go back to the nest and die and other roaches then eat the dead and die also, it is extremely effective

I still have near enough 4x full tubes of the stuff unused.

Happy to buy one of those left over tubes from you ----Dougal

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were are you located, I'll check the receipt (you will get a copy) showing the price I paid for the product and delivery and work out a price from that, rough estimate would be about 500-700baht including postage

PM me

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Les Thaïlandais sont si intelligent. Si jamais ils commencent à lire des livres, ils seront inventent toutes sortes de choses.

FYI

Heures de lecture par semaine et par personne

1 Inde - 10 heures, 42 minutes

2. Thaïlande - 09h24

3. Chine - 08h00

4. Philippines - 07h36

5. Egypte - 07:30

6. République tchèque - 07:24

7. Russie - 07:06

8. Suède - 06:54

8. France - 06:54

10. Hongrie - 06h48

10. Arabie Saoudite - 06:48

12. Hong Kong - 06:42

13. Pologne - 06:30

14. Venezuela - 06:24

15. Afrique du Sud - 06:18

15. Australie - 06:18

17. Indonésie - 6:00

18. Argentine - 05:54

18. Turquie - 05:54

20. Espagne - 05:48

20. Canada - 05:48

22. Allemagne - 05:42

22. USA - 05h42

24. Italie - 5:36

25. Mexique - 05:30

26. Royaume-Uni - 05:18

27. Brésil - 05:12

28. Taiwan - 05:00

29. Japon - 4:06

30. Corée - 03:06

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/nop-world-culture-scoretm-index-examines-global-media-habits-uncovers-whos-tuning-in-logging-on-and-hitting-the-books-54693752.html

Thais, in second place for reading?
Apart see somnolés position of "lotus" or eating their bowl of rice, I've never seen a book.
Ah, yes! the tablet.
Come on, is rectified:
9 H 24 a year for the whole family, to uncles, aunties, grandfathers, cousins, and newborns.cheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gif

LINE and facebook must be happy about this news...

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