Ubon Ratchathani’s pride and joy. The Hitler Restaurant.
– Thanks Volker
Why fix it (or untangle it) when you can wrap it in cheap packaging tape?
– Thanks Anthony
Because trademarks mean nothing in Thailand.
– Thanks Ben
The Thai salesman assured me this was an original product, not a copy. I then explained that there are 50 states, not one. His reply was, “up to me.” Then he walked away.
– Thanks Ted
Now I understand where “Same Same” comes from. They learn it in School School.
– Thanks Bird
As usual, hard at work.
– Thanks Tim (Visit him on Facebook)
Returning the clean porn laundry wouldn’t be so bad, but the pick up… ehhhh. No thanks.
Only in Thailand.
– Thanks Tom
The Thai police enforce a 100% helmet law. Usually.
Beats a wheelchair any day of the week.
– Thanks Tony
This was sent from Facebook after an account was locked. The user had to enter their phone number within Facebook in order to be sent a security code that would allow access to the account. What was sent instead was this stating the user would be billed 9 Baht every week with the first 7 days free. It reads as if it is an option, but it is not. Unless you pay or use a non-Thai number, you can not get access to your account once it’s locked for a random security check.
The user then used a Skype number instead to have Facebook call and there was no charge involved. This only applies to Thai Facebook users.