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Winston partying at nightclub in Chiayi, Taiwan (photos)

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Postby Winston » Thu Jun 14, 2012 4:59 pm

Repatriate wrote:
Add the fact that her friends are ladyboys. Generally speaking, only ladyboys hang out with ladyboys.


That's not true at all.


I don't know about Thailand. But in the Philippines, I only see ladyboys hang out with other ladyboys. Sure they have friends that are real girls. But if they are posing together or working together, it's usually with other ladyboys.

Btw, what about this other girl next to her? Is she a ladyboy too? She looks like a hot Taiwanese girl, so feminine and model-like. Wow.

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Here are more photos of her from her Facebook profile.

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How could a male possibly have a feminine figure like that?!
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Postby magnum » Thu Jun 14, 2012 5:51 pm

When you post pictures like the one above, it scares the hell out of me.

With the way my luck tends to go, I could see getting to the wedding night just to find out...I didn't go to taco bell...oh no....it's wienerschnitzel, and I sure as hell didn't order a hotdog...

Granted it's self inflected if your waiting until your hitched to do the baby dance, but it's still a horrific realization.
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Postby patrick » Thu Jun 14, 2012 10:19 pm


Who should I believe? Him or Repatriate? Why do all of you have different opinions on this? I'm very apprehensive about meeting her again until this matter is settled. Why is it so difficult to get unanimous agreement on this?

Also, on the phone, she asked me "Ni yau bao wo ma?" (Do you want to "bao" me?) What does "bao" mean exactly? Anyone here who speaks Chinese know this word?


After seeing these pictures i'm not sure. They're wearing to much make-up to have a good judgement. But very feminine, maybe they transformed before they went to puberty. They don't have big hands or anything. I don't know, maybe you can throw her in a swimmingpool and see what comes out. You're the one who's seeing her in person so you can be the best judge, it's hard to say from pictures.

Bao in this context means to hug or to hold
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Postby Repatriate » Fri Jun 15, 2012 6:35 am

Winston wrote:She definitely looks like a transvestite. Also, it is very unusual for a Thai girl to be wearing so much make-up unless she is either a prostitute or a transvestite.


Just quoting from your friend here. This is simply not true. Thai girls DO wear a lot of make up especially if it's a social occasion. If someone has spent even a single day in Bangkok they know how Thai girls dress.

This person had some good points though and he seems to have inside knowledge of the ladyboy scene in Taiwan. It certainly wouldn't hurt for your friend to pose as a promoter or employer to call her up and straight up ask her though. I don't think you should ask directly unless you know for sure. Regular Thai girls do get offended with questions like that.

As I said before the sure way of knowing is doing your own due diligence. I don't see why it's so difficult for you to go out and arrange to meet people especially since you don't seem to be doing much aside from spanking it in your parent's home. Just go hang out with these people for a bit and pay attention to the red flags I mentioned. Take lots of pics then come back with your report.
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Postby Winston » Mon Jun 18, 2012 6:57 am

Here is what my expat friend here told me next.

On the phone, she asked me "Ni yau bao wo ma?" What does "bao" mean?\

"Bao" (fourth tone) means "hug". So she is asking you if you want to hug her. And "cheen" is "kiss", so you can answer her like this:

"Wo yao bao ni gun cheen ni."

This means "I want to hug you and kiss you." ("Gun" means "and".)

Btw, Thai transvestites are sponsored by the company that runs Jian Hu Shan Amusement Park (in Gu-Keng, Yunlin County). Normal Thai girls are not sponsored to come to the Jian Hu Shan Amusement Park because there is a Thai transvestite strip show at the amusement park. The transvestites sing, dance, and strip off their clothes (but only down to a bikini). I suggest that you see the show because you might recognize the girls who are in the pictures at your friend's Facebook webpage. And you might even see your new Thai friend at the show! Also, it is very close to Chiayi, so it's convenient for you to go there. It would only take about 45 minutes for you to drive there. Here is the website:

http://www.janfusun.com.tw/

The same group of Thai transvestites also perform at a much smaller theme park called "Song Tian Gang". It's in the town of Minxiong, in northern Chiayi County. Here is the website:

http://www.sontenkan.com.tw/

If you give me your friend's phone number, I can definitely find out whether or not she is a transvestite and/or a prostitute. I have had long discussions with many Thai transvestites in Taiwan (I have taken them out to lunch or dinner many times, usually after meeting them at one of the two above-mentioned amusement parks). All of them have been very honest and frank to me. All of them have readily told me that they are a transvestite and they even tell me in detail about all of the surgeries that they have had, what medications they are taking, which bathrooms they use (they always use the Women's Room), about how they face constant discrimination, how it is very difficult for them to be friends with anyone other than other transvestites, how they can never really fit into society either as a woman or as a man, etc.


But Ann told me that "bao" means to sponsor her? She said that there are two "baos":

u say 包 not 抱 it is different
包 mean is pay money for her maybe once a month about nt 100000000000000000
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Postby Repatriate » Mon Jun 18, 2012 10:28 am

Winston wrote:But Ann told me that "bao" means to sponsor her? She said that there are two "baos":

u say 包 not 抱 it is different
包 mean is pay money for her maybe once a month about nt 100000000000000000

Your friend Ann sounds dumb.

Sorry Winston but your expat friend sounds like he knows what he's talking about more than she does. Ann sounds like a neurotic over the hill Taiwanese woman.

Now that he provided a concrete link and explanation as to what this person you met could be doing it sounds plausible that this could be a ladyboy. I still say it's worth seeing "her" in person just to be 100% certain.

Now the onus is on you to get up off your lazy ass and out of your parent's basement to make it happen. :lol:
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Postby Blue Murder » Mon Jun 18, 2012 2:35 pm

He's too busy banning people, bullshitting around not deleting posts, and whining about that 'Rock' guy to leave his folks' house.
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Postby patrick » Mon Jun 18, 2012 4:38 pm

Winston wrote:Here is what my expat friend here told me next.

On the phone, she asked me "Ni yau bao wo ma?" What does "bao" mean?\

"Bao" (fourth tone) means "hug". So she is asking you if you want to hug her. And "cheen" is "kiss", so you can answer her like this:

"Wo yao bao ni gun cheen ni."

This means "I want to hug you and kiss you." ("Gun" means "and".)

Btw, Thai transvestites are sponsored by the company that runs Jian Hu Shan Amusement Park (in Gu-Keng, Yunlin County). Normal Thai girls are not sponsored to come to the Jian Hu Shan Amusement Park because there is a Thai transvestite strip show at the amusement park. The transvestites sing, dance, and strip off their clothes (but only down to a bikini). I suggest that you see the show because you might recognize the girls who are in the pictures at your friend's Facebook webpage. And you might even see your new Thai friend at the show! Also, it is very close to Chiayi, so it's convenient for you to go there. It would only take about 45 minutes for you to drive there. Here is the website:

http://www.janfusun.com.tw/

The same group of Thai transvestites also perform at a much smaller theme park called "Song Tian Gang". It's in the town of Minxiong, in northern Chiayi County. Here is the website:

http://www.sontenkan.com.tw/

If you give me your friend's phone number, I can definitely find out whether or not she is a transvestite and/or a prostitute. I have had long discussions with many Thai transvestites in Taiwan (I have taken them out to lunch or dinner many times, usually after meeting them at one of the two above-mentioned amusement parks). All of them have been very honest and frank to me. All of them have readily told me that they are a transvestite and they even tell me in detail about all of the surgeries that they have had, what medications they are taking, which bathrooms they use (they always use the Women's Room), about how they face constant discrimination, how it is very difficult for them to be friends with anyone other than other transvestites, how they can never really fit into society either as a woman or as a man, etc.


But Ann told me that "bao" means to sponsor her? She said that there are two "baos":

u say 包 not 抱 it is different
包 mean is pay money for her maybe once a month about nt 100000000000000000



I would have to agree with repartriate. Your friend Ann is jealous/over the hill/bitter whatever and doesn't like to see you with other women, even if it's a ladyboy :lol:
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Postby Winston » Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:05 am

Repatriate,
I told you, it's really hard to meet her. I don't know where to pick her up or where she lives. Her friend gave me an address but I have no idea where it is. I can't type Chinese into Google maps either. And she can't understand the question "Can you meet me at the train station?" So it will be hard for me to find her address to pick her up at.

Why don't you call her for me and try to figure out where she lives? Or ask her to meet me at the train station? Her communication skills suck.
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Postby Winston » Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:07 am

Btw, I think the issue has been settled.

One of our forum members friended "her" on Facebook and chatted with her. Here is what he found out:

Winston,

I'm a new guy here, just signed up today, so you probably haven't seen me posting here yet. However, I've been lurking here for a while, and have been following this thread: http://www.happierabroad.com/forum/view ... hp?t=14359

The Thai girl that you posted about definitely looked like a girl to me. However, the debate about whether or not she was actually a ladyboy made me curious. I ended up friending her on Facebook, and struck up a conversation. Lo and behold, she ended up admitting to me that she actually is a ladyboy (without me even asking, in fact). Here's a snippet of the conversation, copied from FB:

Her: you like enjoy.
Her: ^^
Me: yes i do []
Me: i always enjoy talking to a beautiful woman
Her: But I'm not a woman.
Me: You are not a woman?
Her: yesh.
Me: You are a man?
Her: Lady boy?
Me: I see
Her: ^^

Anyways, just wanted to let you know this through PM instead of posting in that thread, as I didn't want to give any of the idiots who were giving you a hard time in there any more ammunition. I won't post anything about it and will leave that to you. It's my way of saying thanks for creating this site!

If you do talk to her, please don't tell her that you know or that you found out from someone else.

Thanks!



I guess Repatriate, that you aren't infallible after all! LOL

See, even you can be wrong, so drop that infallibility/arrogance attitude! :P
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Postby dupko » Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:26 pm

LOLEd :lol:




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Re: Winston partying at nightclub in Chiayi, Taiwan (photos)

Postby CerealKiller » Tue Aug 28, 2012 6:10 am

Winston wrote:Alright here are some photos from last night that PROVES my claims and show that I've been right all along!!!!!!!!!!


Not sure how these photos 'prove' any claims of yours. Easy on the exclamation marks, tiger.


Winston wrote:Hot skinny Taiwanese girls everywhere, but none of us, even the five young white guys, dares to approach them due to their cold body language, which makes people uncomfortable to approach them (contrary to Rock's bogus claim that all or most guys can approach girls in Taiwan except me, which has been debunked 1,000,000 times already. Total BS, I swear!).


I counted three guys in these photos (excluding the people you don't know, obviously). One was there with his gf. Another showed up, made out with an attractive girl he met right then and there, and took said girl home. That leaves our hero, Winning. So... seems like you were the only one who didn't score that night :roll:


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Let me guess: cold body language, unapproachable, giving off 'weird vibes'... OK got it :lol:
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Postby CerealKiller » Tue Aug 28, 2012 6:28 am

For completeness, I should mention San Francisco guy - there with his gf. And French guy - there with his gf.

So that's five guys total. Four out of five guys scored that night :D And the fifth? That would be you, Winston.

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Re: Winston partying at nightclub in Chiayi, Taiwan (photos)

Postby Naoki » Sat Sep 01, 2012 12:42 pm

CerealKiller wrote:I counted three guys in these photos (excluding the people you don't know, obviously). One was there with his gf. Another showed up, made out with an attractive girl he met right then and there, and took said girl home. That leaves our hero, Winning. So... seems like you were the only one who didn't score that night :roll:


At least he nearly scored a ladyboy. trololololo

CerealKiller wrote:Let me guess: cold body language, unapproachable, giving off 'weird vibes'... OK got it :lol:


They seems friendly to him. But that's all. They probably find him asexual.
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Postby Naoki » Sat Sep 01, 2012 12:57 pm

CerealKiller wrote:For completeness, I should mention San Francisco guy - there with his gf. And French guy - there with his gf.

So that's five guys total. Four out of five guys scored that night :D And the fifth? That would be you, Winston.

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Repitriate wrote:Also, why is your head so lumpy


He should hate his head. trolololo
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