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  1. 5 points
    I always stay pretty up to date with phones etc but they are normally on contract so I'm not really treating myself. When I lost my parents I treated myself to a new car, kept it for a year then got shot of it, Now I'm a bit more sensible. But if I'm to be honest if I had the money spare I'd probably buy more shit as well as spend a bit on the house. As Parky said bikes are toys and even the wife has given in to the fact that if we move to Thailand i will be getting another big bike.
  2. 3 points
    Cortinas mark 1. Reg AEW 891B. Bench seats with columns gears, very rare, one of them things I never forgot, also my first scooter Lambetta GP 150, reg SMJ 96J. £240 brand new, borrowed money off my dad, paid him back weekly, he wouldn't let me have any HP, something I have still managed never to of had.
  3. 3 points
    Used to be.Did the car thing,the spur of the moment flash holidays or weekends away, clothes, watches etc etc.If I saw something I thought I wanted,I bought it.No thought just buy. Many years ago I went out to top end supermarket here.In lobby of the shopping center,downtown Orchard road,there was a stand with a guy playing a piano .It was a music shop doing a promo offering lessons and various musical instruments .For what ever reason the sound coming from this guy playing just completely encapsulated me and I promptly went to the sales guy and bought the piano.After it was delivered I paid for lessons.Went to one ,went home to practice, and never went back and never attempted to play it again.Just sat there in my living room .Sold it years later for next to nothing.Never made it to the supermarket that day either. With a family much more sensible over the last 14 years .Still travel up the front even with the family these days when flying, but all the bells and whistles I don't do anymore.Family well being and future comes first.
  4. 3 points
    Boring. Visit to see friends who live there.
  5. 3 points
  6. 2 points
    Earlier this month spent 5 nights in the medieval old city. Its 4 forts connected together by long walls you can walk around. Inside is built up with shops, restaurants, museums, churches etc . They have repaired the damage from the Yugoslav bombing in 1991. BA ticket was only £80 return from Gatwick. I was surprised how modern the country was, more like Switzerland than a cheap Balkan country. Restaurants were a little pricey, but the local beers were cheap 🍻 and good
  7. 2 points
    You just need to put in Brexit in the search function Mathew, theres pages of the stuff, I think everyone is sick to death of the word
  8. 2 points
  9. 2 points
    You can't beat the mangos and passion fruit. An Asian kid I work with always gets me to bring him back some guavas. The cunt never brings me anything back from Kenya or India.
  10. 2 points
    Mine was an Austin mini sub frame failed MOT after a couple of years. Couldn't keep up with the mk1 Cortinas mate had one with 1500 engine very quick.
  11. 2 points
    I used to worship my first car, it was just a second-hand Toyota Corolla, our relationship went tits up when a salesman in a Ford Scorpio rear-ended me, and the insurance company bodged the repair, when it rained the boot let in water. These days I like to have a decent phone, but probably my most prized possession is my reading glasses, can't read fook all without them 😰
  12. 2 points
    Never forget your first car. Remember first bike better Kawasaki 500GPZ twin.
  13. 2 points
    Yes they are. I dont see the point of not having nice things if you can afford them and then not cosidering them important. For example, I wouldn't be happy if someone damaged or stole any of the things I own because I worked and saved for them and at some oint they gave me pleasure. I still remember the feeling I would get driving my first car, how proud I was that Id got a set of wheels. I love the idea of buying something nice, doing the research and comparing them to other options and then that, will I/wont I stage, just before you make the committment. Love it. And then afterwards, the post purchase dissonance lol. I think the one thing about the stinking rich is they never really value anything.
  14. 2 points
    I had it on the drip lol I couldn't afford to buy outright. 😀 I did sell it and clear off the finance and walk away owing nothing though
  15. 2 points
    I've not got a lavish life style as some, not my thing, I do like for convenience having 2 cars, one hardly moves just sits outside the house, but for £20 a year road tax, it can stay there, stops the halfwits from parking on the grass verge (a pet hate of mine ). Not bothered with new phones while the old one works that does for me, still on a ropey Samsung S6, my indulgence is traveling, that I am greedy of, tomorrow is promised to no one, live for today, things are just that things, I'm jealous of no one who has more than i do
  16. 2 points
    Yes lots own IT companies , dodging rounds and 99 baht roasts 🤣🤣
  17. 2 points
    Full of queers and Russians.
  18. 2 points
  19. 2 points
    One lasting memory from Vietnam about 15 years ago. Was a female tramp curling out a walnut whip
  20. 2 points
    Have you ever shit your pants after sampling the local cuisine?
  21. 2 points
    3 different bars, average price a bit less than 80 baht a bottle. Is that expensive? Granted it's more than 7/11....
  22. 2 points
    I had to switch off after 20 mins. Too difficult for me to watch shit like that. The tosser English guy and the redneck Aussies, just scum.
  23. 2 points
    I was looking through some old files and came across some photos from back in the day of Washington Square ... Ned's Silver Dollar and my favorite Tata photo George's Texxan Lone Star WS in its death throes including a shot of the old Dubliner and a view out of the old WS theater which became the Mambo and then the initial site of the Sportsman before it relocated to the basement of the Trendy Complex off Soi 13. There aren't many old drinking holes left in Bangkok these days. I'm going to wander through QPP one last time next week. It'll be mixed feelings I reckon but not all progress is good.
  24. 2 points
    It’s sad seeing the low life’s who can’t afford a trip on forums , stating they like rain in UK 🇬🇧 and eating tinned shit whilst hunting for free wi fi ... Perhaps we should have a benefit event and put the names of scum in a hat , get one a free air ticket 🎫 🤣🤣🤣
  25. 2 points
    it was kind of sad seeing the kind of people visiting Thailand, and the state they are in when they are drunk 😩
  26. 2 points
    Yeh reminded me of Parky ............
  27. 2 points
    Those who cannot sunbathe this link should help https://www.ettv.to/torrent/770433/busted-in-bangkok-s01e01-720p-hdtv-x264-linkle-tgx
  28. 2 points
  29. 2 points
    I prefer to look at value for money as opposed to simply expense. Pattaya is very hard to beat for many things we like, especially for a holiday trip to bars, restaurants, decent hotels, massages, live bands, trips to the islands like Koh samet and of course the obligatory visit to the amazing Gogos.
  30. 1 point
    Looking back having a good car, camera, hifi, clothes etc seemed very important especially in my twenties and thirties. These days although I have spent a fair bit on the house, and tech stuff those things that were so important to have don't seem to matter so much.
  31. 1 point
    We had to disable it as he was crashing the database with Brexit searches.
  32. 1 point
    just watched something on youtube about a festival once a month in silom road,so much food.i often have thought,"how long does it keep".there were customers but it wasn't over run.one thing Thailand has right is food.
  33. 1 point
    Didn't borrow full time....Any bike you ride doesn't take special skills. Ridden a GS years ago. Cumbersome preferred CBR600
  34. 1 point
    chatted to a few people here who have had eye surgery, but there was a story of one person who was blinded as well, imagine walking the streets of Pattaya blind 😳, gaping holes everywhere etc............. having said that in Pattaya a few people are blind to whats going on around them 🤔
  35. 1 point
    i see people in restaurants here holding the phones right up to their faces trying to read an incoming message, some phones have a zoom function, or i screenshot the message and zoom in on the photo. I know not to take my glasses with me when i go bar-hopping, they would soon end up broken.......
  36. 1 point
    Can bike any day of the year. Cold weather not an issue for me walking, cycling or biking. The heat is though.
  37. 1 point
    I have a good phone,for work reasons. I have a reliable car and a nice home.thats all im interested in.
  38. 1 point
    Good for you re car 🚘 you wanted it did it moved on ... as the say it’s only money 💰
  39. 1 point
    not for me , i do not like going there for anything but immigration .
  40. 1 point
    Poor old Trappy Smith since his tag and being on the register not allowed to travel , you must have committed a serous offence you podgy poodle 🐩 Tell us more about the UFC you sick thick moron 🐩🐩
  41. 1 point
    Walking street is no different to the red light district in Amsterdam now matty and the prices reflect that.
  42. 1 point
    chang is 55 b happy hour at my place and 70 b normal price at my place and im the only air con bar out of them and on high rent soi lk metro .
  43. 1 point
    It’s not the value for money it once was put it that way.
  44. 1 point
    Why any single bloke comes to Thailand. Cheap sex.
  45. 1 point
    I have not done the Philippines as much (Sorry third trip on 25th Feb) as Thailand, and Philippines has changed in the 7 yrs i was away. Pros, Inside air con bars and no smoking. A big plus for me! Bigger pool tables and more popular, where the pool table is a major part of bar. Grab taxis more advanced in Philippines. Filipinos tend to share their friends more. "you want to see she!" Cons, I dont have bank account in Phills so a lot more complicated getting money and topping up phone. Still discovering AC so a lot to learn. No direct flights to CRK so a pain in the arse getting bus to AC/Airport. Although the jeepneys have been cleaned up from 7yrs ago it is still a smelly shit hole. Infrastructure better in thailand, and less Jeepneys in AC. Long wait or grab. (I never use trike or motor bike taxi) I'm sure there are more but cant think of them at present.
  46. 1 point
  47. 1 point
    That’s a lie I can read and write , also spend time and money 💰 in Thailand... unlike a can chaser like you .. Tommy Robinson has a better abode than you 🤣🤣🤣
  48. 1 point
    If sunbathing is important to you that is🙂
  49. 1 point
  50. 1 point
    Broke at 50 , for some guys they get divorced at 55+ losing half their wealth which they paid 80% for or on see cases 100%.. Many remarry in a year on rebound ... the usual MO that goes south ... So another kick on nuts .. There are some guys who stay focused throughout "relationships " or don't bother and stay single .... .. But a guy can bounce back if he has a stake or works hard and had a skill , but a guy with a negative attitude , untrustworthy as an example will never thrive in any environment ... Whats the biggest thing that gets a guy broke at 50 ? I would not say it was earnings , the last 30 years have been pretty good . so how does a guy end up broke at 50 ? I would say money management , then women lol ...
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