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Old 12-28-2009, 12:05 PM
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How would you like this job?
I hope these poor guys have a shower at home
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They probably don't. Maybe they just go home and jump into the nearest Clong, (stagnant watery ditch kind of thing).... Very nasty looking to us Westerners.
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Old 12-28-2009, 08:03 PM
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They probably don't. Maybe they just go home and jump into the nearest Clong, (stagnant watery ditch kind of thing).... Very nasty looking to us Westerners.
There are no klongs here in Pattaya, only in Bangkok. Jumping in the klong ?? It would be suicidal!
I'm sure a lot of Thai people don't have showers at home. They use these huge tanks and scoops. Not too practical, especially if you're covered with mud!
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