If you want to meet and sleep with Thai girls you basically have four options: 1. It’s run by Cupid Media, the largest online dating network in the world.
You go partying and look for girls in the bars and clubs – it might turn out she’s a freelancer. Thai Cupid The biggest dating site in Thailand with more than one million members.
Having said that here are the currently three most popular free dating sites to meet Thai girls.
Thai will not ask for any further money to contact these girls.
Once you have the girls mobile phone number you will be free to chat to them anyway you wish. – Tell her you want to meet up when you are next in her City, or perhaps she has a Passport and can be flown to your home, or another destination of your choice?
You could add them on facebook, grab their email address,video chat to them over Skype, Send flirty Voice messages to them over Viber, Whattsapp or all the Thai Girls favourite, Line app! If you find a girl that you fancy, you just pay the $39 USD via Pay Pal and the girls Thai Mobile number will then be emailed to you! From time to time some girls will be removed from the website, as they soon will find sponsors and boyfriends, even husbands from overseas. If you decide that you like a girl a lot, you and her can request to remove her from this website. She is fluent in English and also German, as she lived in Germany for 4 years.
please email us at [email protected] to arrange payment and let us know which girls number you wish to access. She is now back in Phuket, currently working at a family restaurant. Also, for those of you interested in Thai Ladyboys, we have some available to chat to also.
The Thai government is looking into a foreign journalist who decided to post a dick pick to its custom LINE chat channel.
Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs recently set up the LINE channel for foreign journalists in an effort to improve media relations with overseas press.
Late last evening a male journalist known only as “Jin” posted a photo of his erect penis to the channel before promptly ghosting from the chatroom.
The entire ordeal was captured via screenshot by James Griffiths, an assistant editor at the South China Morning Post.
“May we remind you that this is a Line group for official purposes,” Kanyarat Vejjajiva, a Foreign Affairs Ministry official said minutes after the picture appeared in the chatroom.
“Actions will be taken.” It’s unclear if Jin meant to post the photo to the Government-linked room, but it’s worth pointing out that LINE, much like Whats App and Facebook Messenger, is most commonly used for non-work-related communication.