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My first Thailand trip - A baptism of fire

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Re: My first Thailand trip - A baptism of fire

Postby Englishjohn » November 22nd, 2016, 6:03 am

At one time I had hopes for this place, even toyed with the idea of moving here. My mood has changed recently, I'm not sure if I'll be coming back here. I met a guy living in Vietnam and he told me if was much better there. He tried Thailand first and reckons the women were way better in Vietnam. I don't just mean appearance I'm talking about their nature too. Do any of you guys have a view on that ?
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Re: My first Thailand trip - A baptism of fire

Postby Falcon » November 29th, 2016, 11:27 am

The general consensus is that most Thai women are not good long-term relationship material, barring the professional class or some Thai-Chinese people.

A better Thai woman would be a more atypical one who doesn't fit in with other Thai women, doesn't like their company, thinks differently from the rest of them, and so forth.
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Re: My first Thailand trip - A baptism of fire

Postby Rock » November 29th, 2016, 2:21 pm

Falcon wrote:The general consensus is that most Thai women are not good long-term relationship material, barring the professional class or some Thai-Chinese people.

A better Thai woman would be a more atypical one who doesn't fit in with other Thai women, doesn't like their company, thinks differently from the rest of them, and so forth.


I think most countries have their share of local misfits and perhaps some of these would be good prospects to bond well with certain westerners.

How are things going w you, yr thai family, and yr school/work? Updates?
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Re: My first Thailand trip - A baptism of fire

Postby Falcon » November 29th, 2016, 4:18 pm

I'm doing wonderful here. Still with my lady and daughter. I've been learning a lot lately, and have been having in-depth discussions with lots of locals about life and culture around here. Lots of potential trip reports that I could write up.

Northern Thailand has a lot of people from Myanmar, and I've been learning a lot about Myanmar, its people, and culture as well.

How about you Rock?
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Re: My first Thailand trip - A baptism of fire

Postby droid » November 29th, 2016, 4:43 pm

Englishjohn wrote:At one time I had hopes for this place, even toyed with the idea of moving here. My mood has changed recently, I'm not sure if I'll be coming back here. I met a guy living in Vietnam and he told me if was much better there. He tried Thailand first and reckons the women were way better in Vietnam. I don't just mean appearance I'm talking about their nature too. Do any of you guys have a view on that ?


Yeah Vietnam girls are real nice. Polite and friendly and family oriented, they seek love and becoming housewives even though they do study and work quite a lot.
You don't have to peel a lot of layers/snark when dealing with them like with western kunts. People here in general are non pretentious so it's really refreshing.

They are a bit flaky online but you can meet them in person real easy.
I think more thai girls speak english afaik though, so language is a bit of a problem, but not insurmountable.
1)Too much of one thing defeats the purpose.
2)Everybody is full of it. What's your hypocrisy?
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