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Drunk old men

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Not only drunks but continually either drunk or “hungover” - which to them is a joke....they have no idea how it looks to those of us standing with our feet firmly in reality

 

Fondling young prostitutes in public - and thinking that is not risible - , attempting to dance and sing to ancient pop songs played by jaded Philippine crooners.

 

Singing - I use the term loosely - involves a combination of vibrato grunts and off key howls, but the dancing....oh that dancing - unable to flex their spines or any other part of their bodies rhythmically anymore, dancing is reduced to a screwed up red face and flailing arms in what the perpetrator considers to be in time with the music - evidently not the music that is being played though.

 

  A vibrator could be the reason for a false bomb alert, that's true, mate. 

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3 hours ago, chiang mai said:

 

As opposed to the younger men who have lots else to do but instead choose to get hammered to oblivion. They are living the dream, for the moment, puffing away on their future wife who is barely over 21 years of age. 

 

They stumble home with their rental/freebie and act surprised when, after several months they invariably are hooked and wind up moving to Thailand to marry - divorce and loss of all funds typically follows.

 

Many feel they have to make up for past rejections back home, an inadequate supply of nubile wenches where they live or rotting in past marriages/working like dogs to retire somewhere nice but mostly, many do it because they're desperately sad, broken, lacking direction, unemployable, broke inside.

 

You see how dangerous it is to generalize and attack older people, just for what you perceive their lifestyle to be!

 

 

 I beg your pardon, Sir. Where do you meet these characters? Why do I not see those people?

 

    I guess you know the answer. because i don't hang out where you- obviously- do.- :w00t:

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I drink huge amounts when in pattaya and on the prowl…..and you could never tell I am hammered.

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1 hour ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

Unfortunately, there is an increasing trend on Thai Visa for this to happen.

 

Is it strange (may be it isn't) that 'younger' posters wish to savage their elders for pretty much doing what they are doing.

 

I don't think that as I reach my 60's I am becoming more sensitive - quite the opposite in fact, if anything I am becoming thicker skinned. I certainly don't envy the 'youngsters'. I have had my youth and it is now a pleasant memory - do I wish I was still 25 or 30 ? No way!  You can't turn the clock back, nor should you even try.

 

Occasionally, someone will ask "what was the best time of your life?".  I always answer that ,whilst I have some great memories of the 70's, 80's, 90's etc, the best time of my life is NOW. If you can't say that then perhaps you need to look at your life and make some changes.

 

Having completed my career, having been involved in businesses - some did well, some failed - I now find myself answerable to no one. I have relative financial security and tomorrow I can go where I want and do what I want. What will I do?  Probably cut the grass tomorrow and then go and see a friend for coffee. Relax in the afternoon, shuffle some papers and do some minor jobs and maybe take a nap. Early evening I might have a beer - I won't need to have a beer but I might just have one; if the first goes down well I might have 2 or 3 - if the missus joins me we might share 4 or 5. Most likely we won't; we are more likely to have a  couple of soda waters whilst having baked salmon and vegetables.

 

When I was younger I felt I HAD to drink. No way was I alcoholic but having a drink went the pressure (positive and negative) of the job and also that good old lure of socialising. Many a time a quick drink after work turned into a session. They were great times but as an earlier poster mentioned that level of drinking was part of the culture. Did everyone do it? No, but many, many did.

 

Now, I have a drink when I really want one. The calorie content is a major consideration for me so I invariably turn to the soda first and save the alcohol for the times you really want to have some out of positive choice rather than habit.

 

As for the 'sex' side of things goes I see no reason for false envy (or whatever motivation they have) from some youngsters. Yes, at 60 I am grateful to have the regular company of someone 20 years younger than me - something that would not be possible in my home country. Should I wish  to enjoy the variety that is available in this country I can head to Pattaya (or many other places) where a phone call to a 30 year old will yield even younger pleasures of the flesh.

 

To those 'youngsters' who deride those of us who are older, for enjoying these pleasures, I would just remind them that it will not be long before they are looking back as we 'oldies' are doing now and I recommend that they make the most of their lives NOW rather than wasting time looking at the lives of others.

 

 

 

 

          Occasionally, someone will ask "what was the best time of your life?".  I always answer that ,whilst I have some great memories of the 70's, 80's, 90's etc, the best time of my life is NOW. If you can't say that then perhaps you need to look at your life and make some changes.

 

          Spot on. The youngsters don't even know what you're on about. I wouldn't like to miss one second of the time full of drugs, people having unprotected sex with plenty of others as there wasn't Aids and other strange diseases. 

 

 Rock n' Roll and the best music that was ever created and if manhood in a few thousand years still exists, they'll still listen to that music.

 

        Let the rappers rap, the dumbarsses fill their gap with a rat. I'm only a few years younger, but i really appreciate your post.

 

   People are strange from Jim comes to mind. 

 

         Keep smiling, dude/ mate/ buddy.-:thumbsup:

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6 minutes ago, oxo1947 said:

Show me a man with both feet firmly on the ground, and I'll show you --
man who can't get his pants off............
:coffee1:

 

You do come across as a complete Wowser......some of these guys have worked at a Sh1tty factory job for the last 40---50 years and been in an unhappy relationship to boot----let them enjoy their last few years, even if what they are doing may shorten that time.

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You have done something that has changed your life----fine----great go preach it somewhere else,........................Please...............:coffee1:
 

 

   I do not know anybody who lives such a life the OP 's on about. How comes?

 

          Maybe just because I don't wanna hang out with such individuals?

 

    

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4 hours ago, lostinisaan said:

 

 

 I beg your pardon, Sir. Where do you meet these characters? Why do I not see those people?

 

    I guess you know the answer. because i don't hang out where you- obviously- do.- :w00t:

 

You missed the point, my post was a reversal of subjects from the one before, a parody, it's purpose being to highlight that generalizations are ill advised, go take a look again.

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12 hours ago, chiang mai said:

Au contraire! Seen versus imagined or perceived are very different things, a bit like having a survey to conclude nationally based on a sample of ten people.

Try deduction - it works better than all of that.

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5 hours ago, chiang mai said:

 

You missed the point, my post was a reversal of subjects from the one before, a parody, it's purpose being to highlight that generalizations are ill advised, go take a look again.

No it isn't - you just don't get it.

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11 hours ago, lostinisaan said:

 

  I do not know anybody who lives such a life the OP 's on about. How comes?

 

Probably because you are the only foreigner in the village and have no friends.

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12 hours ago, lostinisaan said:

 

 

   I do not know anybody who lives such a life the OP 's on about. How comes?

 

          Maybe just because I don't wanna hang out with such individuals?

 

    

 

He didn't say he knew them - he said he's seen them.

 

If you haven't seen them, it's likely because you're tucked up in bed with a mug of hot chocolate by 7pm every night

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