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    Re: Looking for Farang Woman

    I didn't get that impression either. I believe ThaiBoyAe was expressing frustration at not finding someone. People connect on different levels, after all, and quite often it has nothing to do with...
  2. Thread: Easter

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    Re: Easter

    Simplicity was practiced in my childhood home. Still, white gloves were considered necessary for what I call 'training to become ladylike', and always worn on Sundays. They felt good during winter,...
  3. Thread: Easter

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    Re: Easter

    Happy Easter, Rijmond, and everyone else.
  4. Re: Tommy Tang~Chef/Travelogue/Showman/Phenomenon

    "soak overnight" Finally, someone tells me!
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    Pad Thai Noodle show

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  7. Tommy Tang~Chef/Travelogue/Showman/Phenomenon

    I saw Tommy Tang's "Easy Thai Cooking" show only once on PBS. While I enjoyed it, I wasn't quite sure he was actually from Thailand. In spite of his accent and looks, the name stumped me.
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  8. Re: Sublime Frequencies Southeast Asian music archives

    Oops! I forgot to mention the above article's title: "Cambodia's Lost Rock 'n' Roll", 'A new documentary catches up with the musicians who survived the Khmer Rouge.'
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    Re: Looking for Farang Woman

    This I hear from men: "Women don't like men who are good to them and treat them with respect."

    From women: "Men are such jerks" (the short version) Unreliable, liars, too aggressive, etc. . . .
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    Re: Looking for Farang Woman

    Those would be my guesses, too, David. And don't forget shopping mall!

    I'm wondering too if there are groups of people with similar interests who meet occasionally. A book club is a prime example....
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    Re: Looking for Farang Woman

    I'm too old and unavailable, so I'll tell my daughter. She's always saying her dating life is a constant source of entertainment for her friends, so she might be looking for new comedy/tragedy...
  12. Re: Sublime Frequencies Southeast Asian music archives

    I'm a bit embarrassed to say that I haven't kept up with the musical styles of this thread. Then a few days ago this article was introduced by a friend on facebook, and it has once again revived my...
  13. Thread: Songkran

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    Re: Songkran

    Could be, Rijmond.:) And since I was speculating, I'll go ahead and speculate further and suggest it has changed even more in areas where there are more farangs.

    Mr Google refused to help me on...
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    Re: Lakorn with English subtitle

    Welcome to the forum, Amani28.

    This is an old thread and many of the people are not around anymore. Hopefully someone who can help you will see this and give you the information.

    I've enjoyed...
  15. Thread: Songkran

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    Re: Songkran

    I'm speaking from speculation, but I think Songkran has probably changed a bit since so many farangs have gotten involved in the celebration.

    My first Songkran in Thailand happened shortly after...
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    Re: The Emu story-Building a Home in Thailand

    I remember water being brought up with a bucket and a rope at my grandparent's house. At least it always worked and in retrospect not so bad after all. Of course I never had to do the heavy lifting.
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    Re: What was your first car?

    So true, Khonrai. I had just about forgotten what a Nash Rambler looked like until I saw one at a car show a few years ago.
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    Re: What was your first car?

    What was your first car, Paul?
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    Re: online dating question

    Just for the record, any Thais I have mentioned getting a visa are Bangkok Thais, both well educated and well off. I only speak of what I know.

    I mention wealth only as a way of rebuttal and...
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    Re: online dating question

    There is plenty of information on this site and the rest of the internet to acquaint you with Thailand and Thai customs. You should spend as much time as possible learning as much as you can.

    Plan...
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    Re: online dating question

    Even in this country it is common for young women to meet their dates at a designated place and not even let the guy know where she lives until she is ready to do so. I don't think the majority would...
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    Re: online dating question

    Really, with there being a language barrier, and because you are just getting acquainted, her meaning and intentions are a guess.

    I don't think Thai parents usually allow their daughters to travel...
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    Re: Urban Agriculture

    My most prolific tomatoes for the last few years have been volunteers from some I originally planted my first year living here. Then last year I decided to transplant them to live with my other new...
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    Re: What was your first car?

    Living 14 miles from a grocery store I must have a car. I sometimes consider where I might move to if I wanted to be able to walk to the store (I can't grow everything) and take public transportation...
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    Re: What was your first car?

    Nor do I think you should, Khun Don. I think you might be jinxed!
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    Re: Vietnamese Spring Rolls

    Easy indeedy! However, I rarely eat fried foods so I think we'll have fresh raw veggies in ours, with LOTS of peanut sauce!
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    Re: What was your first car?

    hahaha I wouldn't know. I wasn't allowed to go to drive-ins! nudge nudge wink wink
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    What was your first car?

    I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm ready for a bit of idle chit chat here on the forum.

    I usually only recognize the type car I am currently driving, and maybe some of my past cars. And...
  29. Re: Hello,Im foreigner and i need thai friends.

    Welcome to the forum vincentsoh. I am not Thai but I wanted to welcome you and invite you to read some of the things other people have to say about Thailand and Thai culture. Then when you meet...
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    Re: Vietnamese Spring Rolls

    Nu, Mr. X and I used to make spring rolls and fried egg rolls. We used a different kind of wrapper than the very thin Vietnamese made ones I have now. I am wondering which wrapper you, and anyone...
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    Re: Vietnamese Spring Rolls

    Here is the recipe for the Thai peanut sauce I'll be making. It makes a bunch which you can separate into small containers and freeze for later use if you like.
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    Vietnamese Spring Rolls

    I'm making the rounds this weekend. Lunch with my son tomorrow and a couple days with my daughter. Thank goodness they're in the same state again and not only that, they are within 50 miles of one...
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    Re: online dating question

    :)
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    Sticky: Re: New Members Please Introduce Yourself Here

    Welcome everyone. I look forward to seeing your comments and sharing of experiences, as well as questions, here on the forum.
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    News Update: Re: Seven killed in WWII bomb blast

    There's Khun Pibun again. I hold him personally responsible for the cultural attitudes of Mr. X and his generation!

    So not only do I need to keep up with this speedily changing world in which we...
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    News Update: Re: Seven killed in WWII bomb blast

    My first thought on reading this was 'how did the bomb get there'?

    My high school world history is in the very distant past (and I hated that war stuff anyway), and since then I have relied mostly...
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    Re: online dating question

    br, This is a forum of friendly people who have had all sorts of experiences in life. Please do not feel bad about anything you have said. This is a place for you to learn about Thailand, the...
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    Re: what did I just do OMG

    It's good to have an update. Evidently you are settling in nicely. Looks like you've got a job for life!
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    Re: New Red Tuk-Tuks Swarm the Streets

    Good point. I should know from personal experience that beach resort areas are rarely comparable to inland cities, even if the the inland city is also a tourist area.
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    Re: New Red Tuk-Tuks Swarm the Streets

    There are some interesting comments at the end of the Bangkok Post article reached by the above link. Tuk Tuks and politics.

    I had followed the link in hope of seeing a photo of the new red tuk...
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    News: Re: Red Shirts Ready to Fight

    Scary . . .
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    Re: Who is your favourite female athlete

    I am not really into sports, so I cannot give an opinion to the athletic abilities of any athlete, male or female. Since this thread seems to be about more than basic athleticism, I think it's ok to...
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    Re: Happy Spring! 2014

    Your mention of Mother's Day was all the encouragement I needed to be lazy today!

    I didn't even leave the house until late this afternoon. I'm chicken sitting, so I needed to go check on the...
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    Re: Happy Spring! 2014

    Feeling grateful this morning for the whole house generator. The power went off around 2 am and is not expected to be on again for a few more hours. I was wide awake to witness it. For some reason I...
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    Re: Body Mass Index (BMI)

    You're very kind, Rijmond. I use food and exercise as medicine which helps keep my weight normal. Still, my doctor wants me to lose 5 lbs to help lower my blood pressure so that I can go off...
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