Is she genuine?

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Re: Is she genuine?

Post by marcus1 » November 24, 2018, 10:58 pm

My girl said to me when we first met and I quote...
There is no love in Thailand....Only the love of money..!!!
8 years later we enjoy a great life together with that understanding.
My girl looks after me very very well and I look after her.
In saying that I feel I got one of the best girls in Thailand.
She doesn't drink or smoke or gamble.
Happy days..!!!!

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Re: Is she genuine?

Post by Stantheman » November 25, 2018, 12:24 am

I think it's funny that there are still posts on this phony thread from an Op who only posted this one item an has not been back since the day after posting.

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Re: Is she genuine?

Post by trekkertony » November 25, 2018, 4:02 am

Irrespective of whether the OP intent, the outcome has had in my opinion created an opportunity for others to reflect on their own decisions and the effect of those decisions in relation to having a younger thai partner.To say this process is cathartic is up to the individual. The only positive thing l can contribute is that when my son met and married a thai lady ( 2 year age gap ) and the decision was taken for her to come to Australia to live, i implored him to make sure that her 2 year old boy must be part of his wife's future in Australia. Whilst l understood that the village grand parents nurture ( a lot of the time ) the grandchildren, it was my belief the tyranny of distance would eventually erode the relationship of my son and his wife if the son resided in Thailand. 12 years on, the relationship is as solid as a rock with an additional grandson for us to enjoy their development and in many respects we are able to enjoy a relationship with our grand kids not unlike that experienced in an Issan rural village. Was there love in the relationship when they first met, definitely not. Has the relationship thus far been successful, most definitely. Does our daughter in law love our son, l am sure the response would be that she loves our son in a Thai way. Is the thai way of love enough for our son, watching him display the pride he has for his family l would say yes.

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Re: Is she genuine?

Post by glalt » December 2, 2018, 8:00 pm

Thai ladies are excellent actresses. They can pull off an act for quite a while. The thing to do is to live with them 24/7 for at least a year. The warts will eventually come out. That's the best way to know if they would make a good wife or not. Usually the warts will come out in less than a year, but the longer you live with them before getting married, the better. Long distance relationships rarely work out.

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Re: Is she genuine?

Post by saint » December 3, 2018, 5:39 am

All ladies are fantastic actresses , not just Thais that can pull of an act . Although in todays P C world actresses are now known as actors . Even professional actresses refer to themselves as actors .
The world does appear to be going mad .

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Re: Is she genuine?

Post by runrunshaw » December 3, 2018, 3:10 pm

It's the OP that's not "genuine."
The best gadget is the human brain.

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Re: Is she genuine?

Post by GT93 » December 4, 2018, 1:15 am

Yes, but we've been thrown a nice toy. Enjoy. :lol:

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