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19-Sep-2016 02:48

It’s frustrating and hard to understand or explain – I usually feel very welcome here and people are polite. (I once sent a message to a fellow teacher, who was my age and who had spoken to me several times at school, if she would like to get coffee sometime. I don’t know if it’s an intimidation thing, a money thing, a language thing…I’m assuming a combination of all three.

I wrote it in Thai then again in English saying that I hoped I had said everything correctly the first time. Whereas in the Western male/Thai female relationships it’s often assumed that the man has more money and is the care taker, maybe it’s more confused with Western female/Thai male. If you enjoyed reading and don’t want to miss a post, please subscribe to my RSS feed Reply I’ve not been to Thailand yet (it’s still on my bucket list) but I love your insight on the whole dating a Thai thing. Regardless, there are still way, way more white men with Thai women.

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Saving face is a huge deal in Thailand and there’s a fear, like with any foreign language, about speaking English and looking stupid if speaking incorrectly. But I guess there is a thing in common with all the relationships: you never know where and when you will meet the special someone! I lived in CM for almost 3 years and did my fair share of dating – and not *all* of them fell into the bartender/bar owner/tattoo artist/tour guide/musician group! I was in school when I first came, so I dated some students, too – and had the same problem you mentioned about really making friendships beyond a surface-level friendliness.

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To put it mildly, most Thai guys are far more towards the “metro” side than guys you would be used to back home.

The few that inspire western women are the ones working in classic bad boy jobs. I’m more ‘inspired’ though by someone I can actually communicate with though more than if he’s ‘metro’ or ‘bad boy’.

Saving face is a huge deal in Thailand and there’s a fear, like with any foreign language, about speaking English and looking stupid if speaking incorrectly. But I guess there is a thing in common with all the relationships: you never know where and when you will meet the special someone! I lived in CM for almost 3 years and did my fair share of dating – and not *all* of them fell into the bartender/bar owner/tattoo artist/tour guide/musician group! I was in school when I first came, so I dated some students, too – and had the same problem you mentioned about really making friendships beyond a surface-level friendliness.

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To put it mildly, most Thai guys are far more towards the “metro” side than guys you would be used to back home.

The few that inspire western women are the ones working in classic bad boy jobs. I’m more ‘inspired’ though by someone I can actually communicate with though more than if he’s ‘metro’ or ‘bad boy’.

I also don’t know if I buy that whole stereotype of the bad boy appeal…regardless the guys from these jobs are often more likely to be around and speak with Western women than others. From my time spent in Thailand and everyone I came across, my conclusion is that Thailand is a very “closed” country.