Thai tradition

RE: RE: Thai tradition

Postby Enigma Valdez on Wed Jan 30, 2008 3:32 am

Hey people I've been reading this forum for a while now and I'm learning quite a lot. I didn't know that Thai tradition dictated that the daughters support the parents. My girlfriend is the youngest out of two. Anyway, I met her at a hospital during a surgery and she was one of the nurse aides. When I asked her if she had a boyfriend she said "NO! CANNOT!" and quickly left the room. LOL

Needless to say I am tenacious and I was able to charm her so that she would give me a chance...hehehe

So far her family has been kind to me and they never ask me for any money. She only asks me to support a portion of her University studies roughly about $70 a month. When we go out and shop she doesn't really buy anything for herself, maybe bracelets or some shades cost about $10 or so.

So I think there are some real nice Thai women that will treat you good and not make you go broke.

Best,
E
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RE: RE: Thai tradition

Postby CCKING on Thu Jan 31, 2008 2:40 am

You meet the parents? Whens the wedding?
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RE: RE: Thai tradition

Postby AD on Sat Feb 02, 2008 4:47 am

Enigma ,
You appear to be very happy, so i wish you all the best, just keep control and everything will work out fine.
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Ref Juan

Postby Justice_Served on Sat Jan 03, 2009 8:11 pm

My My you have a hard long road ahead of you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Good Luck my brother


we hold our giggles but its all good..this is the Thai way
She sure aint FREE

Just hide away enough to get back home as a added security !
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