Long distance relationships, mixed relationships etc...
Now come on guys, stop baiting or teasing the poor lass. I think we all know what is going on and in her heart so does she, so lets let it rest, we've nearly all been there and got the T shirt. It bloody hurts but did we listen? No. Of course we didn't. You have got as much chance of changing her feelings as you have Semper's . :-"coxo wrote:Yeah those hotels you pay by the hour, they have those handy curtains at the carpark to keep your car clean.
Ageing is a privilige denied to many .
Good suggestion so I've done it but I doubt if it will stop certain members trying to force their beliefs on other members.rct wrote:In other words, suggest those who are so interested in religion, move your debate to another thread.
My wife said the bead implants are a custom in Cambodia and the Surin Province. Is he from that area?Jello wrote:Is he Buddhist? I've never heard of the beads in the arm thing. Do you know what the religious significance of this is?chanchop wrote:He is also deeply religious and I am not allowed to touch his right hand now, coz he implanted some beads under his arm. It is a very different culture since I am Christian, and he also doesn't quite like me to touch his head.
If you don't know anything about Buddhism, pick up a book on basic Buddhist beliefs. It will give you some insight into Thai culture and the way they think. A good one is "What the Buddha taught".
The implants give the wearer protection, just like the Buddhist tattoos and amulets.
It's a social norm in Thailand that touching someone on the head is considered rude. I'm sure you can find other places to touch him.
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