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General Discussions / Re: elth 'n safety
« Last post by thaiga on September 15, 2017, 12:53:00 PM »
Good one, Thaiga. I hope Thai surgeons are as skilled at stitching toes back on as they are in re-attaching penises.
YES T/T, lets hope they don't get in a mix and make a "COCK UP"  :o
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General Discussions / Re: elth 'n safety
« Last post by Taman Tun on September 15, 2017, 11:58:50 AM »
Good one, Thaiga. I hope Thai surgeons are as skilled at stitching toes back on as they are in re-attaching penises.
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General Discussions / Re: elth 'n safety
« Last post by thaiga on September 14, 2017, 04:18:59 PM »
elth 'n safety

This pic didn't qualify for the hole in the road thread T/T But it certainly fits in here. note the footwear.

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Official Stuff & Laws / Thai nationals exempted from airport immigration form
« Last post by thaiga on September 14, 2017, 03:53:32 PM »
So if your traveling with your thai wife she can go shopping while she waits for you :-[

Thai nationals exempted from airport immigration form



Good news for travellers: starting Saturday, September 16 Thai nationals do not need to fill out the TM6 immigration form when leaving or returning to Thailand, said Government Spokesman Lt-General Sansern Kaewkamnerd on Thursday.


Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha, as head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) used Article 44 to order the policy change.

TM6 arrival and departure cards will no longer be required for Thai nationals, Sansern said.

The order will be published in the Royal Gazette and come into effect this Saturday.

The revocation was scheduled for October 1 but all concerned agencies were ready to implement it earlier, he said.

Foreign travellers will still have to fill out the form but it will be modified to ask fewer questions.

A series of multi-hour delays for tourists at Thailand’s airports made headlines around the world and was heavily discussed on social media over the summer, causing PM Prayut to ask for a solution.

The present TM6 forms will be used for foreigners until they run out of stock, Sansern said, before the new style is introduced.

The Nation
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Transport & Traffic / Re: Driving in thailand - brake failure - yea rite
« Last post by thaiga on September 14, 2017, 01:49:43 PM »
Driver tells cops,brake failure. Everyone is perfect and it is always someone else's fault.
A report from  77jowo.com states the brakes were in good working order and that the driver was either going too fast or had fallen asleep. could of been an evil spirit really should get that truck and intersection blessed ::)

เผยคลิประทึก..สิบล้อบรรทุกดินพุ่งชนรถชาวบ้านพังยับ4คันรวดกลางสี่แยกเมืองพะเยา
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Korat News / Re: Korat grannie missing overnight - gets lottery numbers
« Last post by nan on September 13, 2017, 06:36:26 PM »
the guy on the ice box looks quite contented with himself, he knows something by the look on his face,a secret friend maybe.

8 X 9 = 72   so i go with 89
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Korat News / Korat grannie missing overnight - gets lottery numbers
« Last post by thaiga on September 13, 2017, 04:30:49 PM »
Thai lottery numbers 072

A Korat grannie goes mushroom picking, stays out all night :o comes home with a spooky story next day and the lottery numbers.


pic@ thairath.co.th

She claims to have met a mystery woman who fanned her asleep then sent her on her way with the numbers 072 Now i wonder who will rush out now looking for them numbers. I wonder did she eat any of them mushrooms she found in the Thap Lan national park in Korat. She lost her way while picking the mushrooms and met a woman in a green Thai traditional costume, she gave her a shower and food.
Reports the thairath.co.th
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Transport & Traffic / Re: The hole in the road
« Last post by thaiga on September 13, 2017, 04:06:00 PM »
That looks like a nasty 1 - or is it a rubbish bin ;)
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Tropical storm “Doksuri” to bring rain to North, Northeast Sept 15-16



Tropical storm “Doksuri”, which is now over the upper South China Sea, is likely to bring rain, with torrential downpours, to the Northeast and the North on Sept 15-16, according to the Thai Meteorological Department’s forecast at 11am on Wednesday (Sept 13).

The storm, with maximum sustained winds of about 75 knots, is moving in the westerly direction at the speed of 15 kilometres per hour. It is forecast to move past Hai Nan, China, and make a landfall over upper Vietnam by Friday (Sept 15).

As a result, there will be more rain, with torrential downpours, in the Northeast and the North on Friday and Saturday.

People are advised to stay tuned for the weather update.

As the southwest monsoon across the Andaman Sea and the South will intensify during Sept 14-18, there will be more rain and isolated heavy rain in the South and the East during that period.

The winds in the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand will become stronger and the waves will be 2-3 metres high.

All vessels should proceed with caution and small boats should stay ashore, the department said in its announcement.

englishnews.thaipbs.or.th
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Half as serious and less / Re: We are here to protect you
« Last post by thaiga on September 13, 2017, 03:42:13 PM »
who said ... small hands big dick :evilgrin
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