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Korat News / Re: Korat 'Widow's ghost' blamed for mysterious deaths
« Last post by jivvy on June 12, 2018, 06:08:31 AM »
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they don't even know stork from butter


They use their stalk (stork) to butter the girls up and wonder why they get fat....
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Korat News / Re: Korat 'Widow's ghost' blamed for mysterious deaths
« Last post by thaiga on June 12, 2018, 12:14:37 AM »
When I was your age, children knew to respect their parents. We didn’t give anyone any lip. We owned up to our responsibilities. We took advantage of our opportunities. We knew what was what. Kids these days have gotten everything all messed up. they don't even know stork from butter
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Korat News / Re: Korat 'Widow's ghost' blamed for mysterious deaths
« Last post by Taman Tun on June 11, 2018, 08:38:52 PM »
These days kids know where babies come from:-

"Mummy, did you download me?"
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Korat News / Re: Korat 'Widow's ghost' blamed for mysterious deaths
« Last post by thaiga on June 11, 2018, 06:18:24 PM »
santa, yes we were told a lot of what they call white lies when we were a kid, white lies are they supposed to be ok then or were they used by our parents to get us to do things they wanted. we believed them because we thought they knew better. kids ask a lot of questions and sometimes it’s just easier to lie.
eating carrots will help you see in the dark, well they have got vitamin A.

but the cruelist lie is go to sleep or the boogey man will get yer. some adults are still scared of the dark because of the things they were told as a kid.

where do babies come from, err the stork brings them

10 Crazy Lies You Were Told As A Child
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Half as serious and less / Re: Nans moans keep out
« Last post by nan on June 11, 2018, 01:21:11 PM »
I found this on a blog,sure the guys nose is getting longer by the minute ;D

Years ago I was in the immigration office applying for an extension to my Tourist Visa. After handing in my documents, I was waiting for what seemed like hours to be called back to the officer’s desk, and then I heard my name being bandied about. ‘Hua Lan Yoo Sai?’ I was being referred to as ‘baldy’! (This was entirely accurate of course.) To make matters worse, the offending gent was in possession of the world’s most obvious wig. I was called back to the desk and, after a brief conversation, I smiled at the Elton John look-alike and asked him where I too could buy such a magnificent beast as that which currently adorned his bonce.

Of course he didn’t understand a word, so a helpful Thai lady who worked alongside him was only too happy to oblige. When the message eventually got through, his face turned a nasty shade of purple and I tried not to smile as he adjusted the toupee slightly.

But the last laugh was on me, because when he handed the passport back the letters ‘REFUSED’ were staring right back at me in bright red print. Lesson learnt the hard way. From then on I always let similar remarks ride, just in case.
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Korat News / Re: Korat 'Widow's ghost' blamed for mysterious deaths
« Last post by nan on June 11, 2018, 12:59:36 PM »
The Spirits of Lai Thai
I know it must seem a bizarre story to non Thai people, but the lai thai spirits most believe in and theres no problem in hanging a red shirt on the tree outside your home, if it makes you feel safer, didn't you guys, tell your kids behave or santa will bring you nothing. hang a stocking at the bottom of your bed waiting for santa to come down the chimney, how big is santa and how wide was your chimney, so there you go.

but with modern health technologies the deaths might prove other than the spirits,as SUNDS (Sudden Unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome) can occur if you have a cardiac weakness. it is said that the Hmong descent,who may be more susceptible.

most thais will believe it's the spirits,an unhappy spirit can cause major problems,how many spirits are there,one for every occasion,the rice spirit giving a good harvest,some believe the spirits live in the trees, rivers and even in your own home,they all have a purpose to serve and cannot get involved in another spirit’s domain.

so don't forget your daily offerings to the spirit house that's the one that should keep your home safe.
Why shouldn't people have a belief we all must beleive in something or even someone. sleep tight. :)
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Korat News / Korat 'Widow's ghost' blamed for mysterious deaths
« Last post by thaiga on June 10, 2018, 04:07:29 PM »
If you see red shirts/tops hanging outside the front of peoples homes this is the reaon why,yes it is 2018/2561

'Widow's ghost' blamed for mysterious deaths


Villagers of Ban Sala in Phimai district in Nakhon Ratchasima hang red shirts to drive away the ghost of a widow believed to have taken the lives of two males in the village. (Photo by Prasit Tangprasert)

Villagers in tambon Dong Yai in Phimai district of this northeastern province have hung a red shirt in front of their houses, believing that it can drive away the ghost of a widow. A local medium said the ghost is responsible for the deaths of two men in the village.

Lamom Sermphimai, 62, a female resident of Ban Sala, said the villagers have hung a red shirt in front of their houses to ward off the ghost after two male villagers died mysteriously in their sleep over the past week.

The villagers went to see a medium, who then held a rite at a village shrine to invite spirits to explain the causes, Mrs Lamom said.

Through the medium, the spirits said it was the ghost of a widow who wanted to take the lives of four men in the village, Mrs Lanom continued. Since two died already, two more would soon follow.

Fearing that the widow's ghost would take the life of their family members, the villagers have hung a red shirt in front of their houses in hopes that it would drive away the ghost.

Some of the villages have even attached a note to the red shirt, read: "There are no men in this house, but only cats and dogs."

According to Mrs Lamom, no other men in the village have died in their sleep since the red shirts were hung in front of the houses - apparently proving that they had worked.

bangkokpost.com
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Half as serious and less / Re: Nans moans keep out
« Last post by thaiga on June 10, 2018, 03:43:49 PM »
A justifiable MOnAN there, in denial of history, i hope his visit here was not all grim and he enjoyed the company of those on mincing beach road.

i complained when in france once - i don't like frogs legs they kick the peas off the plate - but nothing was done ;)
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Half as serious and less / Re: Nans moans keep out
« Last post by nan on June 10, 2018, 01:46:51 PM »
another moaning farang, now would you go to another country see something for sale that you don't like in a store,make a video of it take it to the police station and make a complaint. he was so shocked to see pictures of Adolf Hitler, swastika emblazoned scarves and coins, on sale at a market in pattaya. the frenchman told police he did not like to see such things and that Nazi related goods should not be allowed to be sold in Thailand or anywhere else. woah hold on there big boy,who do you think you are, coming to this country and telling what should be on sale in the shops, “I don’t like,” he said.

ฝรั่งงง!! เที่ยวพัทยาเจอสินค้าตรานาซีเพียบ โร่ขึ้นโรงพักถามตำรวจ ชี้หากเป็นฝรั่งเศสเจอคุก 10 ปี
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Half as serious and less / Re: Tight American Tourist
« Last post by nan on June 10, 2018, 01:28:08 PM »
Probably squeaks when he walks...
Tight ars-stard
he needs to be lubed up
he looks under the bad every morning to see if he's lost any sleep ;D
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