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DanceAllNight

bars closing at 12 am

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Sorry, I thought this was a serious discussion. Instead it is about supposedly men who have to pay for sex. Losers. Bar men who disparage bar girls. You people need to get a real life. losers

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Get in early, get what you want get out early I say. No Problem. tongue.png

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Cynical of me I know but I always think everything is a bit more relaxed at the start of the month so that those with a fresh pay (Thai and locally engaged expats) including BIB and the powers that be can spend their baht on booze, massage, girls, gambling and remit monies made from same to families....then back to the close down after first real weekend.

It appears you are referring to the subsistence earners—those who are broke every pay day; many are in perpetual debt, having borrowed against their next pay day. The answer, of course, is to live within your means—don’t spend as much as you make and you will always have money left on pay day. To most that means to become frugal and forego most of the finer things in life and always look for cheap substitutes or do without. However, to a few, it means get a better paying job, which is more work—work to hone your skills and continue your education. Perhaps that is why there are so few people who have enough money in retirement; they continue to be subsistence earners looking for cheap substitutes or doing without.

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'How can bars survive with these laws?' This sounds more a question of how you can survive with these laws.

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When i was your age my farther said if your not home by 12 make sure your in bed.

My father in law used to say that to Mr K, followed by 'If you can't be good, be careful'.

Dad Jokes; gotta love them.

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When i was your age my farther said if your not home by 12 make sure your in bed.

My father in law used to say that to Mr K, followed by 'If you can't be good, be careful'.

Dad Jokes; gotta love them.

I had a gf in England oooooo about 1969 when I was a hippie who said " If you can't be good be good at it " She also finished her letters by saying " All the breast , keep in crutch " Nice catholic girl.. Gawd bless yer Iris where ever yer are.

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Start to drink earlier and bring the girl home at 12 not 4am and have more fun in the room.

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12 am?

am = ante meridian.

mid day and mid night are the meridians.

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Oh my Buddha, just park your butt in Pattaya....on any given night, New Plaza Soi, Made in Thailand Soi are rocking the house at the 4AM hour and beyond.....like party central all the time....24/7/365

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I can live with the midnight closings, if only they'd get started a little earlier. The British rule of waiting until the sun goes down seems to rule Asia, including Hong Kong. I'd like to hit a few busy pool bars in the afternoon, break for dinner, then start up again 7:30 until midnight. Of course this is all fantasy since I no longer drink, but I can dream.

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If a business wants to sell late, early or both, it should be allowed to.

That's how they do it in grown up countries.

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If a business wants to sell late, early or both, it should be allowed to.

That's how they do it in grown up countries.

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Sneaky Thai bashing.

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If a business wants to sell late, early or both, it should be allowed to.

That's how they do it in grown up countries.

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Sneaky Thai bashing.

Not true then?

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The British rule of waiting until the sun goes down seems to rule Asia

I must have been applying the wrong rule all these years then: first tipple after the sun is over the yardarm. burp.gif

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Not true then?

What exactly are you claiming?

That “grown up” countries have no restrictions on where alcohol can be sold, at what time of day it can be sold, and to whom it can be sold?

Because if that is your claim, then please let us know which countries you consider “grown up”, because all the developed societies that I am familiar with do regulate alcohol sale.

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