Roosh V Forum

Full Version: The Bangkok Thread
You're currently viewing a stripped down version of our content. View the full version with proper formatting.
Well would you tell us how you got your visa? That would be helpful.
(09-21-2015 07:58 AM)Dipar Wrote: [ -> ]So I got accepted and spent the last 30 mins reading that group. It confirms what I wrote yesterday. Probably 80% of the girls from Tinder and Thaifriendly are in this group. If you want to find the facebook account of the last Tinder girl you fucked, go to this group and I am sure you will succeed.

(09-21-2015 08:37 AM)Turkish Republican Wrote: [ -> ]We all are eskimo brothers most likely if we are gaming the chicks from Thaifriendly, Tinder.
These groups gave me more motivation to work on day game... Enough banging the girls that everyone is banging.

This is why I always say to use TF for pipelining only. Switch to real approaches when you get there. I don't want to be eskimo brothers with all of you guys. It's weird.
Re FARANG hunters in BKK.

It's no joke that there is probably about 50-100 girls that take 80% of the farang dick in BKK. Especially true of the sukhimvit clubs.

My goal when I get back is to find new sources of English speaking females who do not constantly hang around foreigners. Also somewhere else to pipeline beside online dating. These chicks are spoiled.
(09-25-2015 08:05 PM)CodyB Wrote: [ -> ]Re FARANG hunters in BKK.

It's no joke that there is probably about 50-100 girls that take 80% of the farang dick in BKK. Especially true of the sukhimvit clubs.

And this is why I prefer picking up European/South American tourists from Khao San Road in short visits to Bangkok. When you have longer, you can put the effort in and get some higher quality with social circles/passive day game but any Thai girl who you meet online or in a club and agrees to fuck you straight away probably has a notch count in the hundreds.
(09-24-2015 09:37 PM)Afarang Wrote: [ -> ]Well would you tell us how you got your visa? That would be helpful.

I got mine from Canada, set up a Canadian company to explore business opportunites in Thailand. I don't think I will get the same visa again, because I don't feel like going back to Canada, just for a visa. Everyone has a different take on what visa works best for them, but I had one double entry from Laos a few years ago - seemed that in a short time I had to start thinking what I was going to do when the visa expired.
Kamaki4's posts are much clearer and raise fewer questions than the posts of that other kamaki guy who Roosh met in Poland.
(09-25-2015 09:17 PM)Adrenaline Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-25-2015 08:05 PM)CodyB Wrote: [ -> ]Re FARANG hunters in BKK.

It's no joke that there is probably about 50-100 girls that take 80% of the farang dick in BKK. Especially true of the sukhimvit clubs.

And this is why I prefer picking up European/South American tourists from Khao San Road in short visits to Bangkok. When you have longer, you can put the effort in and get some higher quality with social circles/passive day game but any Thai girl who you meet online or in a club and agrees to fuck you straight away probably has a notch count in the hundreds.

There are a few high quality girls on Tinder though. One of my favorite girls for example told me that she had only 5 guys in her life and I believe her. She only goes out in Thonglor and has more money than all her previous boyfriends because she gets a Singaporean salary and her dad pays for her apartment. She just bought herself a new hand bag for 40.000 baht. Her english is not the best but good enough to have a good conversation. She is also one of the 3 girls who didn't sleep with me after the first date.

Another girl from Tinder is 18 and the daughter of some important government official. She drives a BMW and studies in the US. Their house in BKK has half a dozen security guards and CCTV everywhere.

So yeah, there are a few quality girls to get online. But you won't find them on thaifriendly. Tinder is your best bet if you don't have the time to get a social circle that will give you those kinds of girls in the long run.
(09-25-2015 09:31 PM)Kamaki4 Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-24-2015 09:37 PM)Afarang Wrote: [ -> ]Well would you tell us how you got your visa? That would be helpful.

I got mine from Canada, set up a Canadian company to explore business opportunites in Thailand. I don't think I will get the same visa again, because I don't feel like going back to Canada, just for a visa. Everyone has a different take on what visa works best for them, but I had one double entry from Laos a few years ago - seemed that in a short time I had to start thinking what I was going to do when the visa expired.

Still could use more specifics. I also have and can get a new company easily, but how would I use this to get a Visa? Simply show up at embassy and say I want to look at outsourcing something?
The visa running in Thailand is such a pain in the ass.

My first trip I got a one year student visa and only had to leave every 3 months, which was fine because I could just plan a short trip to Singapore or something every three months and have some fun. But when you've got to leave every 30 days it gets tiring, though once you know your way around well enough to go by yourself instead of taking those scammy visa run services it gets easier and cheaper.
The requirements for a B-class visa have been more strict in the last years. I have a friend who owns a business with 4 employees and getting the visa was very hard and he got the visit from immigration officers a few times. Just setting a company like you claim won't work, unless you did that several years ago.
(09-26-2015 12:53 AM)nomadbrah Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-25-2015 09:31 PM)Kamaki4 Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-24-2015 09:37 PM)Afarang Wrote: [ -> ]Well would you tell us how you got your visa? That would be helpful.

I got mine from Canada, set up a Canadian company to explore business opportunites in Thailand. I don't think I will get the same visa again, because I don't feel like going back to Canada, just for a visa. Everyone has a different take on what visa works best for them, but I had one double entry from Laos a few years ago - seemed that in a short time I had to start thinking what I was going to do when the visa expired.

Still could use more specifics. I also have and can get a new company easily, but how would I use this to get a Visa? Simply show up at embassy and say I want to look at outsourcing something?

Try an honourary consulate, the embassy is notorious for being difficult. "Simply show up at the embassy and say I want to look at outsourcing something?"; I hope you don't use the same approach on a smokeshow at Demo? Try to use a little more creativity and social engineering.
(09-27-2015 03:19 AM)Rawmeo Wrote: [ -> ]The requirements for a B-class visa have been more strict in the last years. I have a friend who owns a business with 4 employees and getting the visa was very hard and he got the visit from immigration officers a few times. Just setting a company like you claim won't work, unless you did that several years ago.

I got mine through the Vancouver consulate about 10 months ago. I don't know your friend, I don't own a business in Thailand and the only time I deal with immigration is when I arrive at the airport or a border crossing; btw, sounds like your friend is a masochist. I also have an acquaintance in CM who owns a sandwich shop, had few problems getting his visa (his account), has no employees and the only time immigration visits him is to pick up their free sandwiches every month. My original post was only encouragement to a fellow Canadian and RVF'er who had managed to be fluent in Thai in 10 months and was considering the path to citizenship.
Let's say I got into a thai social circle of some high quality BKK girls, they all like me and they all know I almost hooked up with one of them in my room but in the end nothing happened because I declined (wasn't that hot like the others).
This one chick I almost hooked up with but who I declined doesn't want to talk to me now anymore even though I said we can still be friends, but the other insanely hot ones are still all smiley and friendly with me nevertheless.
Thing is I don't have a damn clue about how thai girls, especially the top shelf ones, work.
Did their perception of me change in anyway?
I assume I still have a chance with them, or am I basically burned for the whole social circle now?

Any tips on how to proceed when I meet them some time in a bar or club again? I guess they won't make out in front of their social circle with me, so I need to play it low and cool and invite them to me sometime ?
Seriously any help is really appreciated.
Are you sure they know you declined her?

192

I also have a non immigrant b visa. I did nothing except pay an immigration company about $500. They set up the paper work with a dodgy shell company in Thailand and you mail it in with your passport to whichever local embassy they advise.

Mine almost got refused and I had to do a short phone interview with the consulate head as the company in question is well on their radar for pumping through non immigrant visas using this dodgy set up.
(09-28-2015 05:57 PM)CodyB Wrote: [ -> ]Are you sure they know you declined her?

Yes , everybody knows . Last time I met them, the one I declined and ignores me even started tearing up. The other chicks are still all very cool with me nevertheless like I said. Not sure how to proceed.
My actual concern is that compared to the others the one I declined wasn't all that hot , but I still went with her to my room infront of the group. Now I fear my value has decreased, because I just took the easy not as hot girl that threw herself at me like a piece of meat.
I think the problem is that you made this girl loose face.
Ticket booked! I'll be in Bangkok indefinitely from the 14th.

Are there any downsides to signing a 1 year lease and then breaking it if need be? Is a Thai bank account or visa needed? Losing a couple months deposit seems a better option than going for a monthly rental.
(10-02-2015 10:52 AM)Tyler Belfort Wrote: [ -> ]Ticket booked! I'll be in Bangkok indefinitely from the 14th.

Are there any downsides to signing a 1 year lease and then breaking it if need be? Is a Thai bank account or visa needed? Losing a couple months deposit seems a better option than going for a monthly rental.

Not really imo, it is usually also possible to get someone else to take over the rental and then you can get your deposit back. I am a member of a Facebook group (think it Bangkok Expats) where people regularly post 'take over my lease' posts. It might also be worthwhile to begin your search there as you get apartments that are already tried and tested by expats.
(09-28-2015 12:14 PM)Branimir Wrote: [ -> ]Let's say I got into a thai social circle of some high quality BKK girls, they all like me and they all know I almost hooked up with one of them in my room but in the end nothing happened because I declined (wasn't that hot like the others).
This one chick I almost hooked up with but who I declined doesn't want to talk to me now anymore even though I said we can still be friends, but the other insanely hot ones are still all smiley and friendly with me nevertheless.
Thing is I don't have a damn clue about how thai girls, especially the top shelf ones, work.
Did their perception of me change in anyway?
I assume I still have a chance with them, or am I basically burned for the whole social circle now?

Any tips on how to proceed when I meet them some time in a bar or club again? I guess they won't make out in front of their social circle with me, so I need to play it low and cool and invite them to me sometime ?
Seriously any help is really appreciated.

Well, I'd say their perception of you has changed in a positive way. You have demonstrated that you are not sexually-despaired, that you won't pursue a HB5, and that you only target better-looking, HB7+ women : it is a good thing in any quality girl's eyes.

Only thing is, they probably won't kiss you (or follow you to your place) in front of their friend (the one that you didn't like), so as not to openly hurt her feelings or defy her. Be discreet then, but rest assured that you have demonstrated your coolness and high-value, by rejecting a not-beautiful girl.

Edit: things are more complicated, as I read in your following post that you actually went to your room with the ugly girl, and then changed your mind...Confused
Thus, your behavior will probably look a bit confused, to these other women's eyes. Hard to say how they will read it. Maybe (worst case scenario), that you are sexually insecure? Anyway, well, if they still invite you to their social circle, you still have all your options open. My advice: Forget about this whole "ugly-girl" incident! Never mention it, and game the hot ones.
(10-02-2015 03:20 PM)nomadbrah Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-02-2015 10:52 AM)Tyler Belfort Wrote: [ -> ]Ticket booked! I'll be in Bangkok indefinitely from the 14th.

Are there any downsides to signing a 1 year lease and then breaking it if need be? Is a Thai bank account or visa needed? Losing a couple months deposit seems a better option than going for a monthly rental.

Not really imo, it is usually also possible to get someone else to take over the rental and then you can get your deposit back. I am a member of a Facebook group (think it Bangkok Expats) where people regularly post 'take over my lease' posts. It might also be worthwhile to begin your search there as you get apartments that are already tried and tested by expats.

There is also a "Bangkok - Take over my lease" group with more than 10k members.
(10-02-2015 10:52 AM)Tyler Belfort Wrote: [ -> ]Ticket booked! I'll be in Bangkok indefinitely from the 14th.

Are there any downsides to signing a 1 year lease and then breaking it if need be? Is a Thai bank account or visa needed? Losing a couple months deposit seems a better option than going for a monthly rental.

Try to negotiate a six months contract. Say that you don't know how long you will be able to stay because you only have a visa for a certain about of time. Maybe you'll have to pay one thousand bath extra but that's better than losing a lot in the deposit.

But you might not even have to pay extra because the most of the one year prices are already negotiable.
(10-03-2015 06:04 PM)Satoshi Wrote: [ -> ]Try to negotiate a six months contract. Say that you don't know how long you will be able to stay because you only have a visa for a certain about of time. Maybe you'll have to pay one thousand bath extra but that's better than losing a lot in the deposit.

But you might not even have to pay extra because the most of the one year prices are already negotiable.

Thanks for the tips. I'm going to sign a 1 year and just keep it as a base of operations for SEA. Even if I only spend 6 months there spread out across the year, it still seems good value.

I signed up for TF and paid the £20 or whatever it is. Got a stupid amount of messages, followed up on a few of the hot ones. Not sure what the bar girl tells are, I'm just screening for light skin and no tattoos. I'm already getting goodnight messages which is weird but refreshing. Afarang I used your aff link so you'll get a kickback, your posts/blog are a good resource, thanks.

If anyone's down to meet up and hit RCA etc, shoot me a PM. My business is online so I'm around whenever.
Breaking your lease won't get you much trouble, except losing your deposit. They won't hire a lawyer for a international lawsuit for an apartment lease.
(10-04-2015 06:49 AM)Rawmeo Wrote: [ -> ]Breaking your lease won't get you much trouble, except losing your deposit. They won't hire a lawyer for a international lawsuit for an apartment lease.

Yeah, I was more concerned about getting blacklisted for future rentals which is what happens in the UK. Doesn't seem to be a problem though.
Reference URL's