How to deal with Thai girl jealousy

What’s going on guys? 

In this post I will give my ideas on how you can deal with jealousy in Thailand. If you read my post from a couple of weeks ago, you know what I’m talking about.

I’ve briefly talked about Thai jealousy on this site before, but I’ve never been deep into it. So that is what this will be about.

Here is the deal…

99.9% of all Thai people are extremely jealous. You can’t get away from it. While in the Western world jealousy is seen as a bad and petty thing, in Thailand it just means that “they care”. That might sound crazy, but that is what a Thai girl will tell you if she’s jealous.

If you tell a Thai girl to stop being jealous, she will answer back something like “Okay, I will stop caring about you” or “I will stop my feeling with you”.

You can’t really blame them either. Thailand is the sex capital of the world, and as soon as you walk around here alone dressed slightly sharper than a homeless guy, and you’re white, girls will jump on your dick from every direction. Your girlfriend knows this also.

However, sometimes this jealousy can get out of control, and things will become heated.

Just last week I was drinking at a bar in Bangkok with a new girl that I met, suddenly a girl came out of nowhere and started screaming like a crazyperson to the guy next to me and my girl.

After 20 seconds of screaming, she took the beer jug and phone to that guy and smashed everything on the pavement. Then she left… WTF..

I asked the guy some minutes later who the girl was, and he said it was his ex-girlfriend. He said his ex-GF was mad because he was dating a new girl. If that is true or not I don’t know. Could be that he’s cheating also. Who knows..

My point is that when these people get angry or jealous, it can go overboard pretty fast when they lose their cool. Thai people are usually chill, but when they get angry holy shit run for your life.

 

Cultural differences

In Thailand girls and boys don’t hang out together as friends. If two people of different genders are together, alone, everyone will think they have a relationship. The rumors will start going.

Thailand is not like the Western world were it’s totally fine to have friends of both genders, and where you can be with a person of the opposite sex without anyone thinking anything about it.

Maybe you can in some social circles down here with people who are studied abroad etc, but for the most part this apply all over Thailand.

So what can you do about it? 

As soon as a girl that you are dating show signs of being jealous, you have to make it crystal clear that you won’t tolerate it. Say that you are a trustworthy guy, and not like Thai guys that fucks around like rabbits 24/7.

Tell her if she make this type of drama again, ever, it’s over.

At the same time you tell her that you will not hang around with other Thai girls as this is seen as a bad thing in Thailand if you already have GF. As people here (her friends) will think that you are a butterfly that is fucking around. Not good…

At the same time, tell her very clearly that when you are back in your country, she can’t go around making drama when you are talking with / hanging out with female friends.

If you tolerate this behavior it can really get out of hand and the girl will make you crazy as she will nag about other girls constantly.

As a general rule. Never talk about other girl that you have met in the past, the present or will in the future.

If your buddy got too drunk, tipped the bar girl 3000 baht because she had a nice ass, don’t tell your girlfriend that. Your girlfriend will twist that into “Oh, your friend tipped the girls? So that means the girls talked with you too”. You get the point here..

 

Keep your secrets secret.

Okay. So everything is working out fine with your girlfriend. You are living together and life is good.

Lets say you still want to have some fun at times, go to bars, meet buddies, maybe flirt with some girls without actually going anywhere with it, etc etc..

You also want to document this with your phone without your girlfriend finding out about your adventures.

Keepsafe will save your life

I’m using an app called Keepsafe. It’s a discreet app that look like an app for something technical on your phone. However, it’s really an app where you can import your private pictures behind a pin-code wall.

Unless your girl know about this app, she will never get suspicious about the app.

As soon as you have imported your pictures into the app, they will disappear from the regular album / picture folder. The only way to see the pictures again is to go into the Keepsafe app, insert your pincode, and look at the pictures from within the app.

You can also export the pictures from Keepsafe again, if you want to put the pictures on a computer later.

This way you can keep your phone open for you girlfriend, and she will never be suspicious about why she can’t play with you phone.

Because that is another thing. A lot of girls here will let you make a fingerprint in her phone, just to show you that they have nothing to hide. However, they want the same thing back from you.

That’s why Keepsafe comes in handy. You can hide everything that you don’t want to show her, and she can play with your phone. Everyone happy. 🙂

CM AppLock

CM AppLock is another app I’ve tested out. It put apps of your choice behind a pin-code or fingerprint lock.

However, this is not a good app to hide stuff from you girlfriend as she will be suspicious about why you have a pin-code lock on certain apps. If you want to hide your pictures you also need to put a pin-code on every app that have access to you picture folder, like Facebook, Messenger, Camera etc. You have to type in the pin-code every time you open these apps. It’s just a pain in the ass.

Double sim-card phones. 

A dude I met at a massage parlor some time ago showed me something really awesome. He had double sim-card slots in his phone. It basically means that he can have two different ‘phones’ in one phone. He could open different parts of the phone with different finger prints.

He used his BIG TOE to open the dirty part of the phone because he told that one of his girls had tried to open his phone with his finger while he slept. That shit was hilarious.

 

That’s it guys! Thai girls are cute and cool girls 99% of the time that is fun to be with. I would take any Thai girl over those fat obese pale Western women back home that can’t even take a fucking shower because it’s hip to be dirty and not shave armpits.

As long as you can keep the jealousy in checkmate you have nothing to worry about with Thai girls.

Three different budgets for living in Thailand

Having a budget is probably one of the most important strategies for moving to Thailand successfully. There are no safety nets here that will catch you if you fuck up in any way.

In fact. Right now several foreigners are stuck in immigration detention centers around in Thailand because they used up their money, had no money to get back home, then got arrested for overstaying their visas.

Some people have no money or family / friends back home that can help them. These people can be stuck for months, even years in these detention centers.

Here is a video from Bangkok Immigration detention center. Does NOT look like a fun place.

If you don’t end up in one of the detention center, you’ll end up hanging out with these crazy bastards at Beach Rd in Pattaya.

It’s not a fate I wish on anyone! Imagine being stuck in Pattaya, with all those hot hookers, but with no money to do anything. 🙁

Here are three different budgets for anyone who want to move to Thailand. 

Remember that these budgets are very simplified. This is just to give you an idea. It’s not actually budgets that I recommend to use. I’ve also excluded VISA costs and travel insurance as those costs differs so much from people to people.

If you have a legit job in Thailand you don’t have to think about VISA, as you don’t have to go on VISA runs. If you are here on tourist visas like I am, you have to factor those trips into the budget too.

You also have to add the costs for travel insurance. Prices for insurance differs so much depending on what country you are from so there is no point for me to add it.

 

15.000 baht per month (450$)

This is what I call the “I’m moving to Thailand no matter what” budget. Your budget would look something like this:

Rent: 5000 baht
Food: 9000 baht
Fun: 1000 baht

Apartments

What would a 5000 baht apartment look like? Well, that depends where in Thailand you want to live. For simplicity I will only talk about Bangkok, a place I have lived and know a lot about.

In Bangkok, if you live on the outskirts, like Bearing, Mo Chit, Bang Sue etc, 5000 baht would give you a simple room with a double bed, AC, maybe a small kitchen and a toilet. If you look long enough, or you know someone, you could maybe get something bigger with separate kitchen and bedroom.

Food

9000 baht per month in food equals 300 baht per day. This is plenty as long as you eat local Thai food. Maybe you could save a little bit money if you buy a big pack of oatmeal and eat that to breakfast, and use those money to eat expensive Western food once in a while.

A meal in the local street kitchens and local restaurants usually cost between 30 and 80 baht. This food is delicious and clean. I’ve never had trouble with local food in Thailand.

200 – 300 baht per day is what I usually spend on food down here when I’m doing nothing or just working. It’s only when I go out with friends or into more touristy areas I’m using more money on food.

Fun

What kind of fun can you have for 1000 baht per month? To be honest. Not much. It’s enough for maybe one trip out in some bar. Places like Soi Cowboy, Nana Plaza, Walking Street Pattaya or any popular nightclub in Thailand you can forget about.

At Levels in Bangkok you would have enough for 4 beers, and you’d had to walk home.

Conclusion

Should you move to Thailand if this is the budget you have to play with? I would say no fucking way. It would be boring as fuck as you only have money to exist, and that’s it.

I’m usually only on this budget when work for several days in a row. I will be inside all day working on my computer, go out and eat, then go back home to work more.

 

30.000 baht per month (900$)

This is the minimum, on average, I would budget per month for living in Thailand long time.

You’re budget would look something like this:

Rent: 8000 baht
Food: 13.000 baht
Fun and travel: 9000 baht

Apartments

For 8000 baht per month you’ll get a modern condo outside downtown Bangkok (Siam, Nana, Asoke, Ekkemai).

At the outskirts (end stations of BTS and MRT) you could probably score a modern condo with shared swimming-pool, laundry / cleaning service and free shuttle-bus to the closest MRT / BTS station.

Food: 

13.000 baht per month is more then plenty. You can eat cheap Thai dishes most of the month, but debauch once in a while with Western food or food in more ‘luxuries’ areas like a skybar or a high’end mall.

Fun and travel:

9000 baht should be enough for plenty of fun per month. Of course, you can’t go crazy every night like you would if you came her as an tourist for 3 weeks, but you can still have fun.

Conclusion

Who would I recommend this budget for? Anyone who is coming to Thailand with a plan to make more money. You can live of this budget for a while, while you expand your businesses, whatever they are.

As I see it. You need 15.000 – 20.000 baht per month to cover the minimum. Rent and food. Anything you make over that, you can use on whatever the fuck you want. Delicious food, travel, booze, hookers, membership at gyms, bling, better apartments or whatever you like.

 

50.000 baht per month (1430$)

This is what most of my Thai friends consider ‘enough’ money to live a comfortable life in Thailand. With 50.000 baht per month you will have a lot of economical freedom. You don’t have to think about every baht you are spending.

Your budget would look something like this:

Rent: 8000 – 20.000 baht
Food: 15.000 baht
Fun and travel: 15.000 – 27000 baht

Apartments

With this budget you have a lot of freedom to choose where you want to live. You could spend less with a nice condo in the outskirts of Bangkok, or you could spend more to live more central. In Bangkok apartments seems to be more expensive the closer you are to Siam, Nana, Asok and Ekkemai.

For 15.000 baht in semi-central areas like Suttisan or Victory Monument. You’ll get a hyper-modern condo with good view, shared swimming-pool, laundry / cleaning service and free shuttle bus if it’s not in immediate distance to a BTS or MRT.

Food

You can eat whatever you want, whenever you want. You can even eat in nicer restaurants and skybars once in a while without worrying about going bankrupt.

You can go on dates regularly and pay for food and drinks for the girl you are out with.

Fun and travel

If you have this budget, and you are not tied to a job you have to meet up to. You can pretty much do whatever you want whenever you want.

 

50.000+ baht per month

There are no point of making budget over 50k+. The money you are making after the 50k mark will only go to better apartments, nicer food, more travel etc.

 

 

Other expenses

VISA Runs

If you are on 60 days tourist visas, with the possibility to extend 30 more days at a immigration office. You have to go out of Thailand every 90 days.

I usually spend anything between 7000 baht to 20.000 baht on a VISA run, depending on how long I stay outside Thailand. That is on average 2400 to 6700 baht per month.

To find cheap flight tickets for VISA runs I usually go to Skyscanner. This site has that awesome function that you can choose departure, but leave arrival as “everywhere”. It will then find the cheapest flight ticket to “anywhere”.

Pretty dope, and you can discover some cities you never thought of going to.

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance prices varies A LOT depending on where you are from. Sometimes I meet guys down here, and when they tell me what they pay for insurance my jaw drops because it’s so much.

I have my travel insurance through my bank back home. I pay around 450$ a year for my insurance. That is with no deductible meaning I can demand back my money no matter how small the cost is.

It covers emergency medical and dental costs. <- The most important. But it also covers theft and vandalism of personal belongings like laptops and cameras.

Some of the reason why I get so good price is because everyone in my family have insurance through that bank, and we’ve got some good premiums over time.

If you can get insurance with your entire family, you should try to manage that. You can save a lot of money that way.

Computers, cameras, equipment etc… 

Have any hobbies or you like to buy new tech? You will have to put that into you budget too.

I love to take pictures and to do videos. Because of this I buy a lot of camera gear. There are so many good shops in Bangkok for camera gear. Sometimes I wish I was rich so I could go berserk in the shopping malls here. It’s absolutely insane what you’ll find here if you look around.

Buffer money

I can’t even tell you how important it is to have a buffer when you live in countries like Thailand. You never know what will happen. What if you fuck up a tooth and you need to get a new tooth? That shit is not cheap even here in Thailand. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to walk around looking like a pirate.

What if you crash a motorbike, your own or a bike that you rented. You have to pay for that shit one way or another. In most cases it doesn’t even matter if it’s your fault or not.

It’s always a nice to have a pile of cash stored somewhere just in case something unlikely should happen.

Conclusion

As you can see, you can live a lot of different lifestyles in Thailand.

Personally I could never live on 15.000 baht per month, but some weeks ago I met a girl from Poland that lived in Chiang Mai because she learned Thai massage in a temple(?). She said she spent only 3000-4000 baht per month on food.

I didn’t understand how that was possible, then she said she was a vegan, and that she made most of her food herself.

In her sparetime she never went out drinking and spent most of her time reading books or doing yoga.

On the other hand. If you go out partying in the hottest nightclubs in Bangkok every weekend, and drag back hookers every second night, you can spend her monthly food budget in a single hour.

You need to find out what lifestyle you want to live in Thailand, then you have to figure out if you have the money for that lifestyle. If you have, everything is fine. If you don’t, you have to adjust, or find out ways to make more money.

I think, since I moved to Thailand in 2015. I’ve spent on average 50k – 60k baht per month.

 

I love my passive income! :D

What’s going on guys? 😀

As I’m writing this I’m waiting for a connection flight at Dubai International Airport. I’ve been back home for a short 3 week trip to visit family and friends.

I’m thinking back on my last three months. It’s been amazing!

Bangkok, Koh Chang and Pattaya Beach

In November I spent most of my time exploring Bangkok with an amazing girl that I’ve spent a lot of time with lately.

In December I did a lot of small side trips from Bangkok, like going to Ayutthaya. I even visited a crazy museum and I went to the infamous Bang Kwang prison north of Bangkok.

I ended my year with a trip to Koh Chang, one of Thailands most beautiful islands. Before I went back to Europe 5th of January to visit family and friends.

In February I will go on a trip all the way up Isaan, one city at the time with train, before I end my trip in Vientiane, Laos.

My point is. No matter where I am, I can pull out my laptop and make money. In fact, some of my income is 100% passive. That means I don’t even have to work to make them. I’ve already done the work, and the money trickle in slowly but steady.

It’s a god damn good feeling! 😀

There is a million ways to make money online. All it takes is your imagination, hard work and the dollars will start to trickle in. Trust me guys… If I can do this shit, so can you. I’m an idiot.

Did you know there is a dude who travel around the world and let people stare at him? That’s how he makes money…

I still remember when I made my first dollar online, it felt so good I had goosebumps all over my body.

I knew that if I could multiply this online income, I could live a dream life in cheap tropical countries like Thailand, Cambodia or The Philippines.

Not only could I live a dream life, but it’s also the responsible thing to do. An extra income is very nice to have. What if you become sick and can’t do regular work anymore? Or what if you just loose your job because of bad economical times? It’s always smart to have a second semi-passive stream of income.

 

General tips for making online income

1: Try a lot of different things

Never put all your cards in one basket. If you only have a single source of online income, what do you do if it fails? You would be f***ed…

Right now I have 5 sources of income, they are:

  1. Profit from renting out my apartment back home. This is steady and safe income.
  2. I do translations jobs from English to Norwegian for a big international company. Mostly mobile apps in the off-shore industry. I don’t have many jobs, but when I get them they demand quick delivery and it’s good paid.
  3. I still do some translation jobs and background removals on Fiverr.com.
  4. Thai Cupid, Thai Friendly and Agoda sales through Goodbye Boring Life.
  5. Black jobs here and there. As I said, I have a pretty decent DSLR camera. I’ve done gigs for a few hotels down here. I’ve done new fresh pictures for them that they can use on Agoda.com or booking.com

Lately I have started to play around with another source too, stock images and stock video. I met a Thai lady some time ago that made around 2000$ online from the website Shutterstock, per month!!!

She showed me exactly what she did, what types of pictures she took and her earnings. I learned a lot.

She had 20.000!!!!!! pictures uploaded in a 12 month period. She have probably worked 2-3 hours on that every day that year. But it did pay of in the end, didn’t it? 🙂 2000 $ a month in Thailand is a fortune!

 

2: Start easy and simple

Don’t jump on the make money online train and think that you will do bank the first week. If you go into this ‘business’ with that attitude you will become unmotivated very quickly.

Competition is high, and you will probably have to do jobs in the beginning for slave salary, maybe even free! It’s all about building up a reputation and a network so you can score good jobs.

Let me give you three examples:

1: When I started out on Fiverr.com, I did translation jobs for 5$. I would translate 800 words for only 5$! That usually took me 1.5 hours.

However, as the jobs came in, good reviews came in too. With good reviews I can crank up the price. Eventually I came in contact with a big company that have translators from all over the world to translate apps and software.

2: The first 4 months of Goodbye Boring Life I did not make a single sale on Thai Cupid or Thai Friendly. However, the last 3 months the sales have started to trickle in slowly. I don’t make much, and after hosting is paid I only have a small profit. But profit is profit.

Who knows, maybe in one or two years, this site is doing 1500$ a month on sales? I have no idea what to expect…

3: The Thai lady that showed me around on shutterstock.com uploaded pictures for 3 months without making a single dollar. Then the sales, reputation and special deals started to trickle in.

As you can see. Hard work usually pays of in the end. And if you want passive income you don’t have to work for, you usually have to do the hard work first, and hopefully it pays of.

 

3: “That won’t work”..

Yeah. With that attitude you will never make a dime. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t be critical, but some people are too skeptical about what is possible to make money from.

You need to choose a strategy, and get busy RIGHT NOW… Everyday you postpone you give that money to someone else.

When you start doing jobs online, you come in contact with people that are “over” you in the online hierarchy. If you do a good job you will get contacts, build networks and get insight in other peoples business ideas and projects.

 

4: Don’t quit your job on day 1

Good. You’ve made your first dollars online. This is NOT the time to quit your job and fly to paradise. Keep working hard, expand your incomes. Make a robust system for yourself that keep sending money to your bank account.

This is also a good time to start saving some of your money from your regular job to build up a buffer.

It’s important to have a big buffer in case something should happen. Maybe you hurt yourself and something’s wrong with the insurance, maybe you get in trouble with the law and need to bribe someone. You never know what will happen in these countries they are after all third world countries.

I said to myself that I would quit my job the day I made 600$ online for three months straight. I made that goal back in 2015. I’ve been on the road since and I’ve never been more happy.

 

Life is short

Start NOW! Don’t waste time. If you are wasting time in front of your computer, like reading this stupid blog. Stop now and get started!!!

Life is short. I’m already 30 years old, and I’m stressing already. I want to utilize every second of this life. There is no time to loose.

When I get old and my dick don’t work anymore I want to have fond memories about all the crazy shit I did and all the tight Asian pussies I crushed.

I don’t want a single regret in my old days. So get started NOW!

How to be happy in life

What’s going on guys? 😀

The last year I have been more happy than I’ve ever been in my life. You only have one life, and if you’re not happy or having fun, you’re wasting very precious time IMHO.

In fact, that is people’s biggest regret when they are on the deathbed. They regret that they were more concerned with what others think about them, than to do what they really want. Whatever it is.

Don’t take life for granted, there is a big probability that you only get one shot at this. Make it right, and one life is more than enough.

Here are some conclusions I have come to over the last year on how to be happy in life. I’m not saying this is a blueprint or anything, but it’s been working for me.

 

Rule 1: Work hard

“Only through discipline can you have freedom”. I don’t remember where I read or heard that quote, or if the quote was just like that, but it makes a lot of sense.

Finally here permanent
Koh Pha Ngan 🙂

If you don’t have discipline, you will never get anything done and you will never get out of your hometown. Discipline is the most important trait that will eventually get you freedom.

I spent 3 years figuring out how I can make money online. I had no idea if it would work, or if I would even make it. But I didn’t give up because I had discipline and determination.

It did pay off eventually because now I live in Thailand, and I have everything a man can dream of to be happy.

I spend my time hunting pussy in Bangkok and enjoying life on tropical islands such as Koh Pha Ngan and Koh Yao Noi. Will I do this forever? Probably not… But I will enjoy the hell out of it as long as it last.

If I find the perfect women I will probably settle down at some point. I’m only 28 years old so I’m in no rush tho. 😛

 

Rule 2: Have a lot of women

If you’re a man, and you want to live a happy life. I think it’s important to have access to a lot of women in your life. Nothing makes a man more happy than to have sex with young and sexy women. This is something most men desire, and having a lot of women will make you more happy. That’s a fact!

Hot women to be happy
This makes me happy

Another important aspect of this is that only by having sex with a lot of different women, can you find the women of your dreams. It’s like trying a new car. You don’t buy the first car you come across, you try a bunch of them, compare them, then you decide which one you like the most.

So many beta guys back home just ‘took what they got’, and are now stuck with some brat they would never even touch if they got their shit together, broke up, and came down here to Thailand and saw what was on offer. But they just stay with their troll because it’s the only pussy they have access to, and they’re afraid to lose it.

If the women in your hometown or country sucks, be the alpha, get your shit together, and move to a better location.

That’s what I did. I was sick of obese women that walks around with an attitude like they’re the fucking shit. Which brings me to my next rule.

 

Rule 3: Travel

This is a tip that I give all people I met. Go travel. Get a new perspective on things. Don’t just sit in your boring hometown thinking it’s the best place on earth. It’s probably not the best place. If you want to meet fun and interesting people they are out there on the road. The boring people stay home doing nothing as usual.

The world have A LOT to offer you. It’s not a dangerous place and most people you will meet are nothing but super friendly.

You will realize that there are better women out there than in your own hometown. Find more feminine and easy-going women. You will find women with more attractive manners and ways of doing stuff. Actually you will figure out a lot of shit.

Personally I like to travel slow. The last year I’ve been mostly in Bangkok, and I have done short to medium side trips from here. Phuket, Koh Yao Noi, Koh Yao Yai, Koh Pha Ngan, Koh Tao, Siem Reap, Sukhothai, Chiang Mai to mention some.

If you are not traveling you are making a big fucking mistake in your life. Stack up some cash, get your passport and jump on a train, boat or a plain. Read up on my webpage and get a ton of good advice. If you subscribe to my newsletter I would be very happy too. 🙂

 

Rule 4: Stay fit

You were born with one body, and if you fuck it up, there is no store where you can buy a new one. Too many people have chronic lifestyle diseases because they chose to live a shitty lifestyle. That is sad (for them).

It’s so easy to take your health for granted, because health is not really an issue before you get some shit in your luggage. Then it might be too late to do anything about it.

Staying fit is alpha omega to live a happy life.

If you have never exercised before, it will be painful as fuck in the beginning. Your lounges will itch, you legs will cramp up, you will be sore for days after your first session. This is all temporary and as you continue to work out and push yourself, you will actually start to feel better after each session.

I won’t start a discussion about what exercising does for your body, because everyone knows that exercising is good for pretty much everything in life.

More energy, less stress, better health, you will live longer, you will last longer in bed, less likely to get lifestyle diseases, you will feel sharper, you will be more attractive to other people. The list goes on forever.

And meanwhile in the Western world…

‘The fat acceptance’ movement I read about in the news back home is a fucking disaster. The US, and now also Europe, have the biggest concentration of obese people in the world. It’s fucking disgusting.

But it gets worse. Now they want us to accept them and find them attractive too. Wtf..?? “Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes” they say. You know what. Fuck you.. You’re a lazy loser,  you just want people to accept your laziness so you can feel good about yourself for doing nothing. Nothing is attractive about lazy and fat losers. You lost in life, and when you lie on your deathbed you will be full of regret.

 

 

Rule 5: Don’t give a shit what other people think

As long as you’re not hurting anyone, do what the fuck you want, and don’t listen to what other people have to say about it. No matter what you choose to do, there will always be some jackass that have a strong opinion about just that.

Start a webpage like this? Some women will say I’m a sexist pig. Maybe I am? I don’t care..
Start a shelter for homeless dogs? Some asshole will say let nature do its job.
Not having children? You’re a loser..

Why give a shit? Just do whatever makes you happy, that’s all that matter…

Dont listen to your mother

If you’re young, and you read this website. Don’t listen to your mother. She loves you, and she just want you to be safe. Safe is boring. She don’t want you to take a fucking chance, and do something outside the box. Like moving to a developing country. She will be happy if you just have an average life in an average job. As long as you’re safe, she has done her job as a mother.

My sister was not happy about me moving to Thailand. But she is misinformed by the feminist media. She thinks Thailand is like some shit-hole country like in Africa. She won’t even come here to visit me because she thinks it’s dangerous. Whatever…

 

Rule 6: Don’t argue with people. 

I’ve found that it’s almost impossible to change people. Very few people will change themselves or change their opinion; even when you have the best argument. I don’t know why this is, but it’s probably some kind of defense mechanism. Their opinion is a part of their identity, and they will do anything to defend it.

What works better is to just show them. When I came back from vacation from Thailand the first time. I tried to tell people how awesome it was, how the women was, how it was better than home, how amazing the food was etc. What was the response..?

“Yeahh, you probably just had ladyboys”, “You probably just paid for everything” “I know you exaggerating, nothing is that good”… bla bla bla.

Today however. I put pictures on Facebook once in a while about what I do down here. Pictures with Thai friends, pictures with hot women around me. I have pictures of me with a hot women on the beach while sipping fruit juices and eating snacks. I have pictures where I eat fucking amazing food etc..

Today they don’t ask me if it’s ladyboys anymore, they ask me careful in a private massage “Dude, is life down there really like your pictures?”, “How do you meet so many women down there, are you rich? What did you do?”. “Can you show me around if I come to Thailand?”, “dude, what the fuck happened. Suddenly you are swimming in pussy and eat amazing food everyday..?”

Stop wasting your time trying to change people or convince them about anything. Life is too short to do that stuff. Instead, just leave them and show them you were right. If they still don’t realize it, well, nothing you can do about that.

 

Rule 7: Stay away from idiots

They sit in the bars of Thailand complaining about everything. Life was better in the old days, hookers where cheaper 5 year ago, the exchange rate has never been worse than now.

You’ll find them on thaivisa.com forums. Spending their entire day just talking nonsense. Telling you why your idea suck, why that business plan won’t work, why making websites are stupid. They spend all their days doing nothing productive while they shit on other people

You’ll find them in your hometown. They talk shit about everything outside their own town. The world is a bad place, they’re glad they are in THIS town, because THIS town is the BEST. But the weather was better last decade, and they don’t like that weird guy in that yellow house…

They are everywhere. The best thing to do is to just avoid these type of people. They will just suck the energy out of you, and nothing will make them more happy than to see you fail. Because that’s what they did. They failed with everything in life and now they want to see you fail.

Don’t spend your energy on it. It will only make you exhausted. They will drag you down on their level.

You have one life, spend it wisely. Ditch negative people even if it’s your own family. Be selfish, and make your life awesome. Bang a hooker when you need to and don’t take stuff so fucking serious. When people see that you have an awesome life, maybe they will listen to you then. If they still don’t listen, they are lost. There is nothing you can do.

That’s it for this time. Some tips from my perspective and I appreciate all the people who read my site.

 

Great ways to kill yourself in Thailand

This post should be totally unnecessary to make. But after staying in Thailand for almost a year you won’t believe what kind of shit I’ve seen down here. Nothing surprises me anymore.

People don’t die in Thailand because this place is dangerous, people die here because they are complete morons.

I know it’s hard to come out of US and Europe. Those places are dictatorships in the name of ‘safety’. The government protect you from birth to grave. You don’t need to use your brain or think about consequences. Then you come down here where you can do whatever you want with temptations lurking on every corner.

Some people can’t handle that freedom, they go nuts, do something stupid, and end up in a plastic bag. Here are some ways you can kill yourself in Thailand.

 

Drive a 1000cc sport bike.. drunk. 😀

It’s okay to drive a 100cc motorbike after a couple of beers. I do that all the time. Never had any incident, and I never will. When I drive mildly intoxicated I drive under 20 km/h and focus like an astronaut that’s about to leave earth.

Driving a 1000cc sport bike however, after drinking a lot of alcohol with your friend, without a proper helmet in a big city such as Pattaya. You are asking for it.

That’s what this English guy did, and he wont be enjoying pussy any time soon, because his brain splattered all over the street. Graphic content.

 

Rent a motorbike when you can’t drive

Thailand is not a place to learn driving motorbikes. At least not if you are a complete idiot. A girl from England I met at Koh Yao Noi found out that the hard way.

She basically sat down on the scooter, gave full throttle, panicked and drove right out of the road. Unfortunately for her there was a steep slope down into some trees where she drove out of the road.

She didn’t get any serious injuries, but she wrecked that motorbike pretty hard and she had to pay the motorbike shop 60.000 baht for a new motorbike.

The people who owned the shop got angry as fuck and almost gave the girl a beating in addition to the beating from the crash.

They were even mad at me because they thought the girl was my friend, and that I knew she couldn’t drive. I had to explain them that she was not my friend, and that I just met her on the boat to the island.

 

Buy drugs from Nigerians

All tourist areas in Thailand have Nigerian drug dealers. Never buy drugs from these guys. They don’t give a shit about you. They just want your money.

There was a tourist lately in Phuket that bought cocaine from one of these Africans. Unfortunately he did not get cocaine, but heroin. He sniffed that shit and died from heroin overdose Pulp Fiction style.

If you are even more unlucky, the Thai police catch you in the act of buying. If you don’t have money to bribe your way out, you’ll end up in a Thai prison. 15 years later you will be a free man, but with a ton of diseases, weird infections and HIV. That sucks.

Stick with banging hot Asian girls and drink tasty beer. You will never get in trouble for that if you behave. 🙂

 

Hit on a Thai girl with her Thai boyfriend in the bar

If you are a reader of my site you know that Thai people are extremely jealous. Not only that, if you are hitting on a girl who have a Thai boyfriend close by, you make the boyfriend loose face. Jealousy + loosing face can be a deadly combination in Thailand if you meet the wrong people.

A guy from the US experienced that first hand outside Hollywood Pattaya in Pattaya. He got beaten so badly by the boyfriend and his friends that he was picked up by an ambulance one hour after the beating.

I actually flew the scene while the beating was going on. I was the only other farang outside that bar while he got beaten up. Not good.

You don’t want to be around when Thai people are angry. They have no control.

 

Interfere in Thai drama

Like I said, you don’t want to be around Thai people when they are loose control. A guy from India tried to break up a fight between some Thai people at Koh Pha Ngan. He was stabbed to death.

 

Jump from 10th floor in Pattaya

This shit happens more than you think. Some people come to Thailand. They can’t handle all the temptations, go completely nuts in the bars of Pattaya, use up all their money and savings. Then one day their bank account is empty and they have no way to get home.

Others were stupid to fall in love with a bar girl, then starts a business in her name, as foreigners can’t own property in Thailand, she runs away with all the property, and the guy is left with nothing.

What do they do? They jump from buildings. Don’t end up like those losers.

 

Punch a police officer in the face

A good way to become popular in Thailand is to punch a hard working police officer in the face when he tries to speak to you because you parked in the middle of a high way.

In fact, a guy tried just that. Luckily he was Thai, so he survived. If a farang did something similar he would probably get much harder treatment.

 

Beat up your Thai girlfriend in public

If you want extra respect from the local boys, beat up your Thai girlfriend in public for everyone to see.

Because why not?

For some reason this guy was not taken care of there and then. You can see in the video that a lot of Thai guys are watching, ready to jump in if the farang becomes too crazy. He was very lucky…

 

As you can see. Take it easy in Thailand folks. High season is here and the bars will be crammed. Most Thai people are warm, kind and gentle, but if you disrespect them, you can get in a ton of trouble.

Not everyone in the tourist areas have good intentions, and if you piss of the right people, you can actually get badly hurt.

I’m always very polite and humble in the nightlife areas of Thailand. I’ve never been in any real trouble.

I once had a dispute about a check-bin that was waaay to high. I talked slow, were polite and argued my case, and nothing bad happened (they actually gave me discount).

I always pull away if I suspect any trouble, and I will never use any kind of violence or rough behavior unless I have no other choice.

No one will help you if you get in trouble here, down here you are on your own. This is not the place to be a hero, unless you’re actually willing to sacrifice yourself.

At the end. Lets enjoy this video of a drunk farang getting beaten up by three bar-girls. I don’t know what he did, but he was probably an asshole.