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(12-26-2016 10:04 PM)Bushido Wrote: [ -> ]Well I wouldn't go drawing wide conclusions about "single life" based on prostitutes. But that's just me.

He just said sluts. I mean, it's pretty obvious that fucking hookers (even for free) is a pretty low lifestyle. Unfortunately I'm the kind of idiot that needs to occasionally learn/re-learn things the hard way. This kind of gross shit reminds me why I'm learning game in the first place.
No you (He?) actually said working girl. I suggest meeting a few normal Thai girls. There are some decent ones out there.
I am possibly planning to heading to BKK for a month from end of Jan to late Feb
(12-27-2016 02:47 AM)Bushido Wrote: [ -> ]No you (He?) actually said working girl. I suggest meeting a few normal Thai girls. There are some decent ones out there.

I said working girl. Cattle Rustler said sluts. Robert Plant said "random girls". We all went off on our own tangents. Everyone else was casual while dropped some "my life is kinda fucked" nonsense.

Honestly, I don't think I like Thailand much. I'm based in Korea and I'm way more into the Korean/Chinese/Japanese tourists I've been seeing around. I came here as a bit of a last minute idea and it's just not going like I thought/wanted it to. I've been here before (when I was in a monogamous relationship) and thought coming back would be a good idea but honestly very little about Thailand is getting me excited now that I'm here. Given my vacation windows I'm just starting to feel like I wasted a chance to just go back to Tokyo.
What exactly is it you don't like about Thailand? I'm genuinely interested. How does it compare to those other countries you mentioned, not just with girls, but overall experience?
I tend to use the following words interchangeably:

Girls, women, sluts, bitches, hos, hoes, sloots, bishes, thots, sorostitutes, sororosluts, whore, etc.
(12-28-2016 01:34 AM)Adrenaline Wrote: [ -> ]What exactly is it you don't like about Thailand? I'm genuinely interested. How does it compare to those other countries you mentioned, not just with girls, but overall experience?

I think I'm just being a mopey bitch right now, actually. My trip started a little rough and I'm making excuses for it when I should be dusting myself off and trying to make good. I'm not particularly into Thai girls or Thai culture but I need to take a better shot at it before I say shit like "I don't like Thailand".

In general though, I like East Asia a hell of a lot. It's clean and convenient. I speak Korean (childishly but functionally) and Japanese (conversationally) so I feel very little discomfort doing stuff and interacting with people. I know a lot about both cultures and I've got plenty of friends between the countries. Basically I have a deep comfort zone there that I do not have in Thailand.
A report on some of the clubs in Bkk.

Monday:

Onyx - Not particular crowdy especially after Xmas. Avoid the tables near the bar as these tend to be the lady boys. Wasnt much talent around but if your korean/japanese looking you will have easier success to pull here. Approached a couple but its too loud for them to hear anything so left to an after party place.

Mixx - This place is full of male westerners and alot of lone thai chicks. I am assuming they are working girls. Theres a seperate area for EDM music but avoid unless you want Eastern European working girls approaching you. Went back to the main part of the club, i didnt get approached as I am Thai looking so they assume no money. Left this place after 30 minutes.

ScratchDog - Another after party place that closes at 4am. Not many westerners but a lot of Japanese/Korean/Singaporeans. Got approached by one girl, she immediately kissed me and said lets go. I knew she was a working girl so told her no. Approached a few and got talking but it was closing time so have to try this again. I would suggest this place if your asian looking and couldnt get anything in a normal club.

Tuesday -

Insanity Night club - A club that shuts at 6am. Arrived around 1am. Was full of male westerners dancing mad. A lot of thai girls sitting in groups at tables but trying to work out which groups were working. I would again avoid the tables nearest to the bar as these are working girls. The ones by the side of the stage too as they can get a good look on the guys walking past. I ventured into the middle as these tables are more centered so not many passer bys. Tried to game a few but they seemed intent on only going with westerners. I would suggest coming here if you athletic and western looking. Though, do ask if they are working or not.

Today will try to hit the Thai clubs like Demo/Beam. The clubs seem to overloaded with Japanese and Korean guys here and they are popular as fuck. Being chinese and thai looking is a disadvantage here in the clubs.

Tinder has been my successes so far - 6 and counting
just arrived in Bangkok, will stay until 31st then decide whether to have NY here or not, i might go to an island somewhere

hit me up if you're up for heading out tonight/tmrw
So I'm getting bored with Thailand and want to experience something different for the last couple weeks of my trip before flying back home mid January. I thought about Cambodia, Vietnam or Laos as they're easy and cheap to get to, but I get the impression they would all feel similar in a watered down sort of way. I would love to check out Tokyo or Korea but the weather sucks at this time of the year. Hong Kong and Taiwan also crossed my mind as I wouldn't need a visa. Any other suggestions for January?
Vietnam is good for the craziness. Food even better than Thailand and much different. I wouldn't go there looking for easy bangs. It's doable but the girls are more conservative. Taipei is also really cool. Much more clean and organized than Thailand though.
Viet food better than Thai? You lie!

I really gotta get my ass to Saigon.
Plan to go to Route 66 tonight. PM me with your whatsapp if interested.
Vietnam is nothing like Thailand. Myanmar is also a really cool experience culturally. I would recommend that you check out one or both of those.
Burma is quite boring I think but the food is the best in SEA.
In what ways is Vietnam vastly different to Thailand?

The only thing I worry about, being a night owl, is finding enough solid nightlife to keep me occupied every night. Bangkok provides this. I just want to experience it in a completely different environment.
Not really something you can explain. Pull up some ground footage videos on youtube of Vietnam. Bangkok is much more modern and organized in many ways.

I'm not nightlife expert but I know places in Vietnam are open pretty late and it's not just on the weekend. There is also a backpacker street similar to Khaosan (or however you spell it) where people party late every night of the week. Not my thing but great place to get street food at 2AM.
Vietnam is a very different culture. Different looks. Commie spots of interest. Rough and raw.

Myanmar is very traditional. Amazing and unforgettable place.

You aren't going to find any city with the nightlife that Bangkok provides. Saigon is pretty limited by night unless you are hooked up. Even Tokyo clubs suck in comparison to Bangkok. Not sure what exactly you are bored of?
I just feel like I should be experiencing a different culture while I'm in Asia and seeing different places. Maybe "bored" was the wrong choice of words but I'm just getting itchy feet to see what else is out there. Interesting comment on Tokyo clubs. Out of curiosity, which clubs do you frequent in Bangkok?
I agree with Bushido. Go to Myanmar for the experience. I spent a week in Bagan, really liked it. You could compare it to Angkor Wat, except that the area is more spread out and there are way less tourists. I spent a few sunrises by myself on deserted temples. Yangon is cool too. As for Vietnam, I do agree that the food is better then Thai food. But being back in Vietnam now and having just returned from Bangkok for the umpteeth time, you can't beat Bangkok nightlife compared to Hanoi or Saigon.
Anyone heading out tonight?
(12-29-2016 06:24 AM)Adrenaline Wrote: [ -> ]I just feel like I should be experiencing a different culture while I'm in Asia and seeing different places. Maybe "bored" was the wrong choice of words but I'm just getting itchy feet to see what else is out there. Interesting comment on Tokyo clubs. Out of curiosity, which clubs do you frequent in Bangkok?

There are four distinct cultures right here in Thailand. Have you spent any time in any of the non touristed Lanna provinces? What about Issan or the South, and Chiang Mai, Samui, Phuket and Bangkok don't count if your looking to delve into the local culture of the area. Try spending a week in Nan, which was essentially cut off from the rest of Thailand for hundreds of years. In the Northern city I live in the lingua franca is Lanna and when you spend significant time in any of the four regions you realize that even the nature of the locals are different from one area to the next. Just today the college had a Christmas/New Years party for the staff and other than Som Tam every other dish was local with many Bangkokians never having tasted several of them because they are even hard to find in the restaurants in town. Myanmar is even more culturally distinct and the Burmese in southern Shan State have a lot more in common with locals from Chiang Rai than a Bamar. If you do go to Myanmar try the Burmese Himalayas, one of the most interesting places I have visited in SEA.
I'll be in Thailand for the first part of january. I'll be in Bangkok and travelling around. Hit me up if you want to meet. Nightgame this weekend.
(12-28-2016 07:04 AM)Adrenaline Wrote: [ -> ]So I'm getting bored with Thailand and want to experience something different for the last couple weeks of my trip before flying back home mid January. I thought about Cambodia, Vietnam or Laos as they're easy and cheap to get to, but I get the impression they would all feel similar in a watered down sort of way. I would love to check out Tokyo or Korea but the weather sucks at this time of the year. Hong Kong and Taiwan also crossed my mind as I wouldn't need a visa. Any other suggestions for January?

If you have the funds, hit up Hong Kong if you haven't been, definitely worth visiting. Should be RVF members there too.
What's a good nightspot to pick up the Thai flag on the first of January?
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