Because you really don’t know dick about dick.
And now you’ll wish you didn’t. (I want to teach mine that seek and retrieve trick.)
If you’ve spent any time around markets in Thailand you’ve probably seen those little dolls with big round heads. They are ugly as dolls go, but are part of the OTOP program that helps rural villages earn money by producing a hand made product. Noom showed up to meet my lesbians friends a few years ago bearing gifts – one doll for each and one for the little gay boy who tagged along on the trip too. His version were scented (with the most hideous smell) and were suppose to be used to keep your luggage smelling fresh. Okay, so the thought counted. Now the Chinese have banned importation of the dolls into their country, not because they are ugly or smell bad, or because they are Thai . . .
I’d always thought I was being rude, but instead it turns out that all this time I’ve been providing $250 facials for free: 8 Things You Probably Didn’t Know You Could Do With Sperm.
Thais suck at directions and have yet to figure out what a map is for. But then most Americans can’t find their home state on a map either, so we shouldn’t talk. Asia we got down though.
The Thai people love elephants, and no this is not a lead in to yet another joke about the fat sexpats of Pattaya. There are plenty of the real thing being led through the streets of Bangkok (um, the elephants, not the sexpats), and anything and everything that can be considered a souvenir some damn Thai has glued an elephant’s likeness to. I just hadn’t realized the elephant was part of the city’s skyline too.
I just discovered a new wat I have to visit in Bangkok. I like temples that offer some type of interactive opportunity for visitors, like fortune telling sticks. Wat Proman has taken that idea to an entirely different level.
If for some unexplainable reason you find yourself in Pattaya at the end of the month, the Muscle and Physique Contest will be held at the Royal Garden Plaza on 9/30 (with arm wrestling competitions held the day before). So what is the opposite of ‘taking coals to Newcastle’?
Been there, seen that, ran away screaming in terror like a little girl. But anytime you can add to your Thai vocabulary, it’s a good thing. I think.
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