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Three farang girls seen high on laughing gas on Koh Phi Phi


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Let them do what they want, Thailand is disney world, right? Just don;t want to hear complaints when they get assaulted while stupidly being under the influence.

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Really! This is actually news? What has happened to ThaiVisa lately?, its just full of the most frivolous, un-news worthy articles.

Thailand really should be congratulated and be jumping for joy if a couple of girls on laughing gas is the most serious issue of the day.

Utter nonsense whose only purpose is bigoted finger pointing to buff someones rather dented and battered ego and misdirect attention from the issues that really matter here.

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Ah! Farangs again. And they complain when something bad happens yet waiting there and misbehaving in public. Really wonder what type of parents these things have.

I was born 1951 and I "clearly" remember the 60;ies....... Have many of you old guys already forgotton.. For God sake... lighten up and remember the good old times that we ourself participated in so many times and oh so hard!!!!

Oh I miss those times..

Glegolo

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It may be legal but it's stupid. A lot of people die from that. I think it excludes oxygen from the system.

If you're going to make comments then at least use facts instead of fiction. It's extremely rare than someone dies from nitrous oxide, and only then when they leave the gas mask on for a very long time. There's no way a balloon of NO is going to kill anyone ... ever. Millions of dental patients use it safely every day all over the world.

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these islands have been promoted as party destinations since Adam was a boy.

Ahem surely you are mistaken. The OP clearly states that this episode "had affected the image of Phi Phi that is popular for its natural beauty"

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Look at Facebook of some Thai teenagers, especially from poor families, doing met, driving drunken, selling sex ...

parents see, teachers see, their friends see ... no one cares.

What interest me more is that I've seen here in Thailand many times farang, all-female groups drinking in night clubs, parting on beach ... July-September, Christmas, beginning of the year. Obviously drunken, *high* and almost naked. Young individuals, 20 years old, students.

Who pay for that, their parents, or do they have some extra money from last summer job?

Guys and nightlife in Thailand, ok ... but girls? I mean ... What's gonna be next?

What do you mean, that girls shouldn't have fun? What's gonna be next; more girls, I should imagine; they're not hurting other people or forcing others to do as they do - good luck to them - get over it - sometimes girls just wanna have fun!

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Anyone can buy nitrous oxide canisters in any corner store throughout Thailand. It's completely legal.

What a farang-bashing beat up to distract from the real issues that ``affect the image of Phi Phi,'' like the illegal use of deadly insecticide to kill bed bugs that led to the death of the two Canadian sisters at a hotel on the island a few years ago. No follow up on that.

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The greater joke here is describing Phi Phi as a place of natural beauty. Those islands, especially the main one, is tired and worn by an over abundance of visitors and shops. Commerce ruins many places and this is a prime example of this.

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Look at Facebook of some Thai teenagers, especially from poor families, doing met, driving drunken, selling sex ...

parents see, teachers see, their friends see ... no one cares.

What interest me more is that I've seen here in Thailand many times farang, all-female groups drinking in night clubs, parting on beach ... July-September, Christmas, beginning of the year. Obviously drunken, *high* and almost naked. Young individuals, 20 years old, students.

Who pay for that, their parents, or do they have some extra money from last summer job?

Guys and nightlife in Thailand, ok ... but girls? I mean ... What's gonna be next?

It is part of the yobo culture, very prevalent in the UK, lack of manners, lack of refinement, lack of intelligence but very PC.

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