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The last word …
For lovers of massages with “Happy Endings”
Seen in Angkor Wat
Seen in Chiang Mai
This bar has more do’s and don’ts on it than I’ve had hot dinners!
Here are some of the rules and signs:
- Admitted over 18 only
- This premises has been cleaned and disinfected
- No own drinks allowed
- No pets allowed
- No guns allowed
- No smoking
- No ladyboys allowed
- No drugs allowed
- No love making or sexy posing allowed
Furthermore on the right there’s a big list of advice. I won’t print the whole list, but my favourites were:
- Don’t argue with Bar girls, you don’t need a plank or bottle over your head.
- Don’t walk around on the street drinking a bottle of beer, you don’t want to be mistaken for a drunker.
- Don’t shout in public ( to anybody ) if you want to argue with your wife or with your girlfriend do this in the privacy of your hotel room and not in public
- Think that Thai women are ” easily available ” Though around 1% of the female population is working in the sex industry, this also means that 99% is not working there! You can get yourself in big trouble if you offend a women in this way. Her husband may find he should take revenge, which could be very unpleasant for you
- Don’t take advice from any Farang who has spent the past 20 years sitting on a bar stool ad a bar-beer in Changmai. he knows nothing.
Seen in Pattaya
This old boy is an institution – he sits every night waiting for the fire with his hat on in Soi 16, off second road.