Chiang Mai, Day 5

by Frost on November 22, 2011

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Ryu November 26, 2011 at 3:14 am

One of the things we always laugh about in the feminists is their irnordinate love of freedom, travel and trying new things. They are the club girls following the shiny object.

I have seen the same line of thinking here. Many years ago I considered doing the same. Even back then there were young men going to Thailand to train, to meditate, and to sleep with Thai women. To “find themselves.”

You are special. What you are feeling has never been experienced by any man. In a way, Stickman Bangkok is like the MRM. The PUA is the kid who never got burned, but him 10 years in the field.

Michael November 22, 2011 at 8:40 pm

Visit the site if you are curious, but SB is notorious in the ex-pat community for representing the loser segment of the community. Everyone writing on that site, including Stickman, suffers from extreme bitterness and a massive inferiority complex. Stickman represents the mentality of the 45 year old Western ex-pat who was a bitter loser at home and continues to be one in Thailand and cannot understand how the culture works. Read it for amusement if you wish (although there is no point, really), but understand that you will have an extremely distorted view of how things work in Thailand and the position of the foreigner in it, a view utterly distorted by the loser mentality of Stick and his commentariat.

Far better to just have your OWN experiences and then realize how wrong everyone else is. MOST ex-pats will lead you astray in Thailand and pretend to *really understand* how the country works bla blah bla….its bullshit, do not buy it. Thailand is awash with loser types who try to bring you down to their level.


There are no real good sites on Thailand. The best one might be, for pure info a good, non bitter grasp of how things work, but can be a tad dry reading.

Just do your own thing, chill with YMG and his crew, and you will have a blast! Then if you really want to (but why?) you can read what others write, after you have experience under your belt, and laugh your ass off.

Enjoy Chiang Mai, its a fun little place!

Oriental Thunder November 22, 2011 at 2:13 pm

If you have not done so already, be sure to visit the Stickman Bangkok website to read about expats and their experiences in Thailand. Many of them have already been through the minefield that that place is to young expats and travelers.

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