Posts Tagged “OMG”

Darwin Award Nominees

June 21, 2012 | 1 comment

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Thailand has one of the highest death rates from accidental electrocution in the world. No idea why.

– Thanks Darwin

Starting Early

June 19, 2012 | 1 comment

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Keepin’ it real.

– Thanks Tim

Note: I was just informed these kids may be Filipino and not Thai. However, it is a funny photo so we’re leaving it up.

Thai Kid For Sale

March 24, 2012 | Leave your comment

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Found this one twitter today. Clearly this child is not really for sale, but it is a funny photo.

– From @DavidQuine

Help them have AIDS

March 15, 2012 | Leave your comment

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Help the people have AIDS. Now on CD.

– Thanks Sven

Hitler Restaurant

March 12, 2012 | 7 comments

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Thailand Hitler restaurant Ubon Ratchathani’s pride and joy. The Hitler Restaurant.

– Thanks Volker

Thailand Electric

March 11, 2012 | Leave your comment

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Why fix it (or untangle it) when you can wrap it in cheap packaging tape?

– Thanks Anthony

Looks safe to me

February 20, 2012 | 1 comment

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Thailand road safety

What’s the worst that could happen?

– Thanks Kim

Black Man

November 13, 2011 | Leave your comment

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Thailand: Holding a brotha down since 1962.

Missing Crocodiles

September 13, 2011 | Leave your comment

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Thai teams on Tuesday captured 22 crocodiles that had escaped from a flooded farm near a popular beach resort and were hunting for more of the missing reptiles.

The animals escaped the Million Year Stone Park and Crocodile Farm in Pattaya, 100 kilometres south-east of Bangkok, after heavy rain triggered a flood that washed through the tourist attraction Monday.

‘We don’t know how many are still missing but I’m confident that we can catch them all because these animals aren’t used to finding food for themselves,’ farm spokesman Suthawudh Temthab said.

About 100 employees were sent to hunt the crocodiles down.

The largest of the recaptured reptiles, identified as Jao Yai, weighed more than 400 kilograms and was three metres long.

‘Jao Yai was found nearby,’ Suthawudh said. ‘He was making his way back to the farm himself.’

The farm is a commercial establishment dealing in crocodile skin and meat, with about 2,800 of the reptiles.



The Sleeping Electrician

June 18, 2011 | Leave your comment

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Would you believe this Thai electrician is actually taking a nap?