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When did your Thai "Honeymoon" end?

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Or, when did Thailand stop being the best place you'd ever been?

 

For me it was when the beloved convinced me to move to the village permanently. That was the day the dream ended, though it took another 4 years to reach the sad conclusion.

 

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When my rose tinted glasses malfunctioned, and I realised that the (ex) gf was just like all the others. 

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Around the 6 month mark. I was walking down my soi with a Thai girl and she informed me that most Thais assume a Thai girl with a white foreigner is a hooker.

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2 minutes ago, Kwasaki said:

When l met my wife. :whistling:

In my case, after I met the once beloved I was like a pig in clover. Never so happy in my life.

It was only once we lived near enough to the family for them to turn her against me that it all went south.

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1 hour ago, thaibeachlovers said:

In my case, after I met the once beloved I was like a pig in clover. Never so happy in my life.

It was only once we lived near enough to the family for them to turn her against me that it all went south.

 

Yeah many sad stories about reminds of a song but l headed for Thailand. :laugh:

 

 

 

 I guess no matter what serious relationship you get into who knows how long it will last,  in my case three,  l would of said in your case it would have gone that way anyway maybe just taken a bit longer.

 

Been married over 12 years,  took 3 year to get to know each other before the marriage commitment and retiring in Thailand,  no regrets yet. :laugh:  :whistling: 

 

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On 27/09/2016 at 7:48 AM, eldragon said:

Around the 6 month mark. I was walking down my soi with a Thai girl and she informed me that most Thais assume a Thai girl with a white foreigner is a hooker.

Ain't that the truth. That's the blatant truth and anyone who disagrees or whose closest and dearest disagrees is not facing the truth. I recall some "intelligent men" believing this notion was so "proejective" but it's the truth, sadly and that ideal reflects badly and is a 1st impression so it's an uphill battle from the outset.

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pretty much as soon after your missus knows all your past - via pillowtalk

 

I had at some time mentioned of my ex-filo, who wouldn't hold hands, in her (filo) village.

Now, I was pretty detailed, in that it was all because of her being afraid of being seen with a whiteman, by her allegedy ex-hubby, or one of his mates.

Missus puts on that same cringing-thinking-face,

and... at some later date, we are walking in her  thai village...

Missus has this flashback, and suddenly from that point on, refused to hold hands - because she then came out with the "it Thai custom, not to..." thing

 

note to self - never threaten honeymoons, by letting the past back in to haunt you

 

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4 hours ago, Rc2702 said:

Ain't that the truth. That's the blatant truth and anyone who disagrees or whose closest and dearest disagrees is not facing the truth. I recall some "intelligent men" believing this notion was so "proejective" but it's the truth, sadly and that ideal reflects badly and is a 1st impression so it's an uphill battle from the outset.

 

And even if they don't think she's a hooker, they're gonna know she's easy, b/c everyone knows most of us wouldn't waste more than three dates on em if they didn't put out.

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5 minutes ago, eldragon said:

 

And even if they don't think she's a hooker, they're gonna know she's easy, b/c everyone knows most of us wouldn't waste more than three dates on em if they didn't put out.

Nah mate cannot agree. Waited a month to meet her whilst I was in thailand could have met her sooner but I was not in a risk  but each to their own. You Animal

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9 hours ago, Rc2702 said:

Nah mate cannot agree. Waited a month to meet her whilst I was in thailand could have met her sooner but I was not in a risk  but each to their own. You Animal

 

That's the thing... It doesn't matter what you personally do. This is the perception most Thais have of foreigners and how they're going to perceive any girl that associates with us.

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Came 25 years ago and haven't left yet. My Thai honeymoon hasn't ended, my ignorance has slowly been replaced with understanding, that is all 

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19 hours ago, eldragon said:

 

And even if they don't think she's a hooker, they're gonna know she's easy, b/c everyone knows most of us wouldn't waste more than three dates on em if they didn't put out.

If you met her when she was over 40 and in the same government job for 20 years without a husband they will be happy for her to have a man - any man. :smile:

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My Honeymoon will end next Wednesday. Court date. (After 15 years of marriage).
- Fortunately, I learned about her "long term Plans" concerning our marriage 4 years ago.
This gave me 4 precious years time to make assets "disappear". Assets still in existence, but "invisible".
- I do not differentiate between a short term "Gold Digger" and a long term "Gold Digger". She is in for the surprise of her life.


No, this old boy here (for a change), will not be taken to the "cleaners" by a lovely Thai-Wife !
Cheers.

 

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