First, I am not from Thailand, I'm from the U.S. I do know a little about the culture, however.
The first lady I was with in 2001 was very nice to me (I was 31 at the time) and we partied in Bangkok. I ran short on funds and she lent me some money till some money was sent over. She also put me up in her apartment for a short while. She even suggested we visit her village - which I wasn't into at the time. She gave me a card (photo ID) with her picture and name in English. When my dad mentioned this to his friend who is married to a Thai woman, the friend said she was a working girl. Also, she had pictures of her with foreigners and she told me she lived in South Africa for a while. She didn't want me to look at them though.
Most Thai women are too shy and discreet to walk up to a foreigner and ask him out. It's done but rare. It was nice of her to put you up and help you financially, but she could very well still be a hooker. Also, you just met her and she wants you to meet her family...these seemingly innocuous situations come together and form a fairly clear picture. In my opinion, this girl was on the game, elb
The second woman I met was at a massage parlor and she gave me a happy ending and we got friendly afterwards. We spent a couple of weeks as boyfriend/girlfriend in Pattaya where she worked. This was in 2011
You're either extremely naive or messing with me. Surely you are smart enough to know that a girl working in a massage parlor giving happy endings is indeed a working girl...but I guess not.
She was 35 years old and a virgin. We had sex and fooled around but she was inexperienced sexually. Also, when I gave her some money — like 500 baht to go shopping while I browsed the internet, she did not want it. I gave it to her so she had some spending money and I could have some time to myself.
I have a very difficult time believing a 35-year-old woman working in a massage parlor was a virgin. Sorry, I don't buy it.
When I sent her some money from my country (at my initiative), she text me afterwards and wrote, "You did not tip." Did she mean she expected to be paid for her time? Is a girl working in a massage parlor giving happy endings considered a working girl?
She is considered a prostitute by me, certainly. You sent her money. This is a big no-no. One of my many rules in dealing with women here — DO NOT SEND MONEY TO WOMEN UNLESS THEY'RE YOUR WIFE! The simple fact is you sent her money and she's asking why you didn't send her a tip? Doesn't this strike you as odd? This women be inexperienced but she knew what she wanted. Money.
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