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What do Isaan women really like?

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5 hours ago, maxtwo said:

I like expensive clothes and watches,she dress like a bag lady won't ware jewellery only thing she spends on is daughters education.

A mothers love at its finest. 

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Hi Csaw

 

I offered to my girlfriend 15 concrete pots (of the same kind as the photo included) for lemon trees with 2 varieties of lemon trees, 1 orange tree and 1 grapefruit tree brought in my suitcase from South of France where I come from. I worked the land inside 5 of the pots ( which is not only composed of land but also of 33% of a particular tree leaves and 33% of rice "shell"available for free in all Issan villages where they work rice) and paid one of her brothers in law to make the rest of the pots full and of course I bought Thai limes for the remaining pots. I did it on a piece of land that she had that was not used and I can tell you that she but also her family and the neighbours where quite happy about that and I cannot say you how much was it as U di not remember exactly but all in all it was not really expensive...

 

On another trip I came with 5 varieties of white grape and 5 varieties of red grape (raditional tasty varieties and not the new big beautiful and full of water but tasteless varieties ) and for sure that was much apreciated also. Everybody wanted some : - )

 

I tried many other plants and trees that did not work...

 

Just my small experience to try to give you an idea. You can also work several fruit trees from Thailand if she has some unused land somewhere not far from her home (may I suggest amoung other delicious Thai mangoes or pomegranate trees that grows well in Issan and makes a delicious and very healthy juice  "Ceb Ceb!!!" As they speak in Issan : - )))   )

 

Hoping that my modest contribution to your topic may have given you a good idea for something a bit original

 

Of course you cannot be wrong with  stuff like gold but that is less original.

 

Regards

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1 hour ago, samuibeachcomber said:

well if you are new in thailand its a fair question.....otherwise the topic has been done to death.

 

(1) money

((2) gold

(3) new car

(4) land

(5) new house

(6) partner to take care of their family financially

(7) visa to partner's home country all expenses paid

(8) not to  have to work

(9) or to be set up in a business which they will tire of very quickly

(10) upon death of said partner...left enough money to last forever.

(11) annual update of the latest I phone.

That's the receiving side.On the giving side in return they will give you 24/7 sex,clean your house ,cook your food and love you long time.They will defer to you,allow you to make the decisions and be happy to go along.

 

It is essential to have enough money for all the above.

 

Sadly I agree with above all. My mum is from Issan but I was brought up in the UK. My cousins are living in Issan and whenever I go back to visit them they see me as a gold mine - expecting presents or money! 

 

My husband is English and we both have decent jobs in London. We both work very hard to have a decent living given living standard in London is very high. My cousins think we are billionaire -.- all of them dream of having a farang husband and live in fairyland! They don't appreciate working hard to make their lives better. 

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12 minutes ago, Lou Provencaou said:

I offered to my girlfriend 15 concrete pots (of the same kind as the photo included) for lemon trees with 2 varieties of lemon trees, 1 orange tree and 1 grapefruit tree brought in my suitcase from South of France where I come from.

 

How the <deleted> did you get fifteen of those pots in a suitcase????

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I have a half Thai granddaughter.  She was born in England, lives in England, never really been to Thailand, yet looks Thai, thinks like a Thai and has all the Thai traits and characteristics !!  Must be a dominant gene?!!

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2 minutes ago, flyingdoc said:

I have a half Thai granddaughter.  She was born in England, lives in England, never really been to Thailand, yet looks Thai, thinks like a Thai and has all the Thai traits and characteristics !!  Must be a dominant gene?!!

Haha hilarious! I think I'm more British Chinese (my father is Chinese) than Thai! 

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Wait for her in the bedroom naked with your erect member concealed under a pyramid of somtam....555

 

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25 minutes ago, nattle said:

 

Sadly I agree with above all. My mum is from Issan but I was brought up in the UK. My cousins are living in Issan and whenever I go back to visit them they see me as a gold mine - expecting presents or money! 

 

My husband is English and we both have decent jobs in London. We both work very hard to have a decent living given living standard in London is very high. My cousins think we are billionaire -.- all of them dream of having a farang husband and live in fairyland! They don't appreciate working hard to make their lives better. 

 

respect for being honest!  (an honest Thai my God lol). Actually, being serious, Thais who are well travelled are rarely 'Thai' in the sense of 'gob nai kala' and are obviously more open and see the reality as you described.

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4 hours ago, DILLIGAD said:


Gambling


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That applies to whatever part of the country they originate from for a percentage of Thais, male and female.

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8 minutes ago, LannaGuy said:

 

respect for being honest!  (an honest Thai my God lol). Actually, being serious, Thais who are well travelled are rarely 'Thai' in the sense of 'gob nai kala' and are obviously more open and see the reality as you described.

Haha! Most of my Thai friends are educated in the UK but they are all from upper class Thai families unlike me :laugh:. They wouldn't know what the true Issan is! 

 

My mum lived abroad for 40+ years but she is still very much Issan at heart - my father couldn't cope in the end! She has moved back to Issan now but we have to support her financially - oh well same old story. Fortunately we can afford to do that. 

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45 minutes ago, nattle said:

Haha hilarious! I think I'm more British Chinese (my father is Chinese) than Thai! 

I have a Thai stepson and 3 stepdaughters the son has lived in England for over 25 years and complains his elder sister is a money person, they're from BKK. Of the two other (Isaan) daughters one is becoming ever more English, she doesn't like Thai men and is determined to be successful. The elder is a money person and even with a good job manages to get into debt and gets drunk then drives.

 

I have many Thai friends in England, some gamble others don't, many have good careers, own a house, car, etc  and live the same as the locals.

 

Different people different personalities normal throughout the world.

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3 hours ago, 4MyEgo said:

A good bonk at around 11pm every night when all the house chores are taken care of and I am snoring heavily. 

 

 

So if you are snoring heavily, who is she bonking.

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Pretty much what every single Thai lady loves above all else....besides the local ATM machines.....?????

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