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LocalYokul

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  1. I think they tried to attract a higher class of customer by using the term Gentlemen, but even a vagrant would consider himself a gentleman. Generally, the prices for a piece of arse are a little higher in the Gentleman's clubs, but not always. Some of them are just a place for go-go dancers to get some extra scratch during their off hours, freelancing!
  2. I used to renew mine WAY out at the provincial office, I think it was on Highway 36, kind of in the middle of nowhere quiet there, as compared to Pattaya Au Udom office is quiet some days too, but not always
  3. I was lucky that I got my first driver's license through the refinery's PR folks they handled all the work permits & stuff & IIRC it didn't even cost me anything renewing it over the years was pretty easy, even after I no longer had a work permit
  4. I haven't seen one of those in almost a decade & IIRC there are definitely more now.
  5. Yeah, but Thai chefs are so easy to find in Thailand, LMAO! I guess you mean the chef is Scottish, however. Does he make a mean Haggis?
  6. The name alone is enough to put me off. I've never really understood the names some folks come up with for their establishments. I remember a bar in Banchang called Cupid Stunts. While it's obviously a clever anagram, I don't think it's a draw for customers.
  7. Hell, if they were to give money, I would fake being a Briton.
  8. Normally, RAID = Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks, but in your case it's RAED = Redundant Array of Expensive Disks. I'm sure it's fast as hell though!
  9. WD makes one called a My Book, in 4 or 6 TB sizes. Seagate makes one called a Backup Plus in 4 or 5 TB sizes.
  10. Well, at least I finally saw evidence of bOObs, in EP's last photos. Sent from my XT1049 using Tapatalk
  11. I usually get two and take some of the extra buns off to make one burger out of it. I've done the same with Whoppers. I'm not much for eating a lot of bread, which is why I like the wings. I couldn't finish the burger at Bob's BBQ when I tried their challenge several years ago. They were right beside the Rockhouse back then. They had a burger called the Wagon Wheel and it was massive. The deal was, if you ate it all, including the sides, you'd get it for free. I finished the burger, and the fries, but was gagging on the bun. I found out later the way to beat the bun is to soak it in your water glass, then it doesn't fill you up nearly as much.
  12. The hOOters nearest me has all-you-can eat specials on the wings a couple of nights/week. During the holidays, the specials were all day long, but they're usually after 6pm. Some real stunners working in there, and to be honest I don't really talk with them enough to know if they have the MSDS attitude or not.
  13. They bring them in sets of 10, so there was only one left out of 40. I started it, but just couldn't finish.
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