Let’s Go Clubbing!

For anyone who likes to go out and party all night, the first thing you notice here is that everything closes at 2am (well, in theory). I recall wailing “It’s too early” and “The injustice of it all” but, in hindsight, when I used to go clubbing back in Sydney I never stayed out past 2am.

I recall once I went clubbing with two very beautiful European models I knew through a friend. After the place we were at closed (it was that oval shaped white place in Sukhumvit Soi Nana, which I obviously can’t recall the name of), there were two ‘older’ Thai men trying to convince my friends to go back to their place with them, attempting to entice them with their apparent wealth. My friends were no stranger to this, however I found it thoroughly fascinating – especially to hear the lengths that were being taken to get my friends to go back with them. It was around this time that I realised something.

It is well known that many Thai women have a strong fascination towards farang men (for varying reasons). I had never thought that the same applied to Thai men who were after farang women.

Since then I’ve heard that it is very common for Thai men to find farang women highly desirable but that they usually don’t approach for fear of rejection. So, if your a farang woman looking to meet a hot looking Thai guy, it would be best if you did the approaching.

NOTE: Why is it that whenever I start posting about something, I usually end up talking about something different?

4 Comments so far

  1. chris (unregistered) on December 1st, 2004 @ 5:44 pm

    That place would be “Narcissus”?

    I can confirm the fascination for caucasian girls :) Thanks to Hollywood.

  2. him (unregistered) on December 1st, 2004 @ 5:57 pm

    I thought it was The Bed? That’s a distinctly oval shape…

  3. Ben Harris (unregistered) on December 1st, 2004 @ 9:00 pm

    Oops, it was actually in Soi Nana.

  4. meister (unregistered) on April 8th, 2005 @ 10:46 pm

    it was the bed supperclub and not narcissus.

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