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Half as serious and less / Re: Not What You Think
« Last post by thaiga on Yesterday at 05:29:34 PM »
I had to look twice
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some times it's nice to let go of all your dislikes in Thailand and see what it really has to offer, sooo much. that is why were here.
another clip from ron, he seems to be enjoying himself, after all  ;D Thailand girls made me young again.

THAILAND GIRLS MADE ME YOUNG AGAIN - JONNYS LIVING IN THAILAND VLOGS
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Health Care / Death by alcohol - where does Thailand rank
« Last post by thaiga on Yesterday at 01:28:54 PM »
Death by alcohol where does Thailand rank, according to the worldlifeexpectancy.com. Thailand ranks @ no.40. 2.83   rate. it’s a long way from the most dangerous place in the world where alcohol is involved in a person’s death. at the top of the list is El Salvador with the russians close behind in second place, followed by Estonia. bottom of the list Singapore, fuji, iran.

full list can be seen HERE

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It’s cheap to live like a Thai in Thailand

Everyone says it’s cheap to live in Thailand, but the phrase should be: “It’s cheap to live like a Thai in Thailand.” If you’re looking for the comforts of home, you’re going to be spending considerably more. you can quickly go broke in Thailand, especially if you’re looking for western comforts.

Don’t let the possibility of a steep budget put you off visiting Thailand. The country is amazing and unique in many ways, and also a great place to start traveling in if you have yet to leave your home country.

How Not to go Broke Living in Thailand – An Expat’s Guide

https://perceptivetravel.com/blog/2017/03/03/living-in-thailand/
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Six police officers are facing legal action after they were duped by a smart conman who faked a LINE account of a deputy tourism police chief in order to offer promotions in exchange for money.

Pol Maj-General Surachet Hakpal, deputy commissioner of the Tourist Police Bureau, told a press conference on Tuesday that a man had been arrested for faking a LINE account in order to deceive police officers.

The suspect was identified as Phaichit Saiya, 40, who has been accused of cheating the six officers out of a combined Bt4 million.

Surachet said Phaichit, a former taxi driver, had spent the money gained via the scam to buy 16 rai (2.5 hectares) of land in Sakon Nakhon and a car.

There are no transaction records showing that he transferred the ill-gotten money to other parties, he said.

Surachet would not name the six victims of the scam, saying merely that they were officers from the Provincial Police Bureau 4 and the Immigration Bureau.

They will face criminal charges of supporting another person to commit a crime, as well as a disciplinary investigation into their actions.

One of them paid Bt2.5 million in seeking promotion from the post of inspector to deputy chief of a division, the deputy commissioner added.

The Nation

 :spin
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General Discussions / Re: The cheapest places in the world to live
« Last post by dawn on May 22, 2018, 06:04:44 PM »
so maybe Thailand isn't the cheapest place in the world to live but it is the most unique

Insight Thainess Episode 1: Mango with Sticky Rice - YouTube
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i should imagine the nice views  ;) will make this guy popular

Living In Thailand - First Date At Chocolate Ville Bangkok
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Transport & Traffic / Re: Driving in thailand - nice of you to stop
« Last post by thaiga on May 22, 2018, 01:53:13 PM »
thanks for stopping

Kid takes a fall
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Korat Internet & Technology Forum / New Samsung makes fun of ...
« Last post by thaiga on May 22, 2018, 01:43:44 PM »
New Samsung makes fun at Apple for the throttling of iPhones - Galaxy S9 | The fastest smartphone ever. samsung.com

Samsung Galaxy: Moving On


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General Discussions / Re: The cheapest places in the world to live
« Last post by thaiga on May 22, 2018, 12:39:55 AM »
Thaiga tops list, in no.1 place is THAILAND  The cheapest place is not always the best

Things That Really Only Happen in Dubai

thought you oughta know that if you have the inclination to actually wander outside the airport Arr!

When you have a nation of filthy rich citizens, things tend to get a little ostentatious and excessive. Take Dubai, for instance. A recent study revealed that one in every 100 people there is a millionaire, but uber-wealth doesn’t always breed class or style. Sometimes the things the Middle-Eastern nouveau riche choose to spend their money on are a little mind-boggling. Check out these over-the-top scenes from Dubai to see what we mean.

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