For them it’s not about love, it’s about survival.Thai bar girls come from poor families, most of them are illiterates, their life goal is to find a foreigner who is dumb enough to support them and a lot of them continue to earn their money by spreading their legs once they are in a so-called relationship. Thousands of men come to a country that is full of beautiful, educated and genuine girls (I’ll later show you how to spot them) and they have nothing better to do than to end up with street hookers and pole dancers. You won’t believe how many men I have met with their girlfriends who didn’t even know that their Thai girlfriends were prostitutes.
The question is: Finding a Thai woman is easy, but finding the right woman is a lot harder. Those retards translated And no, there is no exception to this rule, no matter how many times she tells you that she doesn’t sleep with customers.
These girls tend to come from the poor Isan region and work in low-paid jobs in Bangkok.
They don’t make their money in bars, but it is obvious that the 7.000 Baht (0) she earns every month don’t pay for her new IPhone and designer clothes.
Some of them were my lovers, some of them have become close friends and one of them is the girl on my side.
All of them can be put in one of the following three categories.
I have also met a homeless man near Silom Street in Bangkok who told me that he had built a house for his bar girl wife before she kicked him out of that house.
But be careful to not end up in the arms of the wrong girl…Yes, I am a big fan of the women in this beautiful South East Asian country, but that doesn’t mean that I see things through rose-colored glasses.
As long as you treat her good and don’t spread some nasty shit, there is nothing wrong in helping poor girls to earn more than the average Thai employee.Love is the most wonderful feeling on earth. The simple words ” can make your heart thump and your life worth living.
However, if those powerful words come out of the mouth of the wrong woman, they can lead to a lot of drama, resentment and shattered dreams.
Thanks to the wisdom of a 79 year-old friend of my grandmother who lives in Thailand since the early 1960s I learned very soon that I have to be careful.
Those were her exact words and I am very thankful for her advice.