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The “Sugar Daddy” Option

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Stepping into the world of online dating presents those with the savvy to weed out the gold diggers and freelancers touting for business the opportunity to not only meet some decent dating opportunities, one night stands and friends with benefits but also girls who are looking for a “sugar daddy”.

Now, it could be said these girls are mutton dressed as lamb, in other words, they are just hookers when it boils down to it because they are selling their bodies in return for financial gain. I guess you could look it that way if you want to but what they aren’t doing, well the majority, is sleeping with multiple men for money. I’m sure there are some who do but that is down to you to see them for what they are before getting involved.

The aim of these 20 something office workers and university girls is to find one guy who will give them monthly financial support in return for company, sex and whatever else is agreed upon.

Now I’m not talking cars and condos here. This isn’t a mia noi situation or setup where you might be expected to provide every last baht for every bill and living expense.

No, I’m talking around 15-20,000 baht a month and what you will get for that all comes down to several factors, mainly your negotiating skills and not being manipulated by a cute little sexpot who takes one look at you and thinks, soft touch.

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I’ll give one example of my own. You might get more or less in return for your money but it all comes down to what you feel is a good return on your monthly “investment”.

I found Kat a couple of years ago via one of the Thai dating sites, don’t recall which one. She was 24, went to uni and done part time work in an office. It didn’t take her long to say what she was looking for which suited me fine. No dancing round the fire with small talk and bullshit. She was looking for someone to give her X amount of money and in return she would be happy to “take care” of them.

After a bit of back and forth she said she needed 20k a month to subsidise her studies. In return for that she agreed to staying over one night a week plus a weekly visit for around 4 hours with a 2nd additional visit every other week. I’m a man who likes to dot the i’s and cross the t’s. It leaves no room for misunderstandings and everyone knows exactly where they stand and what is expected from the deal.

We arranged to meet at my place for what was nothing more than a test drive. There would be no point in any of it if a) we didn’t get on, or b) she was a starfish in the sack. For me it was nothing more than an easy, no hassle, drama free sex arrangement. At the time I was juggling too many women and was sick of it. I’d had enough of their moods, needs and immature drama. It was time for a change and an arrangement like this fitted the bill.

Kat came over and she was the horny nymph she said she was and the deal was sealed. We carried on our arrangement for about 4 or 5 months with no hassle what-so-ever. She kept up her end of the deal as agreed, I paid 10k twice a month into her bank.

There were no extra gifts or “dating” invoked either as might be expected from a true “Sugar Daddy”. The only place we ever met and were together was my place. Extra gifts or money was never mentioned and the set up only ended because we had basically fucked ourselves bored.

The “Sugar Daddy” option isn’t only hassle free, it’s also much cheaper than paying bar girls and bar fines. 10 barfines alone will set you back around 7,000b never mind the varying prices charged by your short time friend. And there is no certainty what service awaits you in that short time hotel that you’ll be paying 300 baht an hour.

My only advice for anyone trying this sort of arrangement is choose wisely and don’t be shy to say what you want out of it.

Stickboy aka Sticky Boy aka Mike McKay aka Mike McKwai, Wild Mike, Magic Mike, Mr Mike, and a fair few more best forgotten, is a party animal with hollow legs who loves music, current affairs, beer, food, causing trouble on Twitter, and making the most of life without worrying too much about what people think or say about his antics. You can send him stuff here - stickboybkk@gmail.com

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A Night Out At Tartbox

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A Night Out At Tartbox

During the dry spell when there was no beer to be had Artbox at Sukhumvit Soi 10 turned into a popular spot as refreshments were available.

It wasn’t only refreshments that were available but there was also the potential to meet ladies for some short time shenanigans as there was simply nowhere else for working girls, or those short on money and an itch to scratch, to meet men with some cash to splash on a bit of horizontal mambo.

Artbox didn’t really take my fancy when a few mates had said they were going but on Saturday night they decided to drop by for a beer and a bite to eat before moving on to the Neon Alley. I caved in and decided to join them.

Having taken a wander around buying food and parking my arse close to the stage I soon came to the conclusion the sign out front needed changing from Artbox to Tartbox.

I didn’t see the security guard at the gate on cleavage duty but there must have been one as everywhere I turned all I could see was tits hanging out on display for all to see and admire.

One lady with massive melons came close to a wardrobe malfunction on several occasions as she bounced around from stall to stall with all the bloke’s eyes popping out as she passed their tables. This woman wasn’t shy and was more than happy to show off her assets.

I spotted a few familiar faces in the crowd who normally ply their trade on Soi 4 too, and yes, they were all showing off the girls like it was a competition to see who could show the most.

One thing to keep in mind if you do decide to go for a nosy and chance your arm is not everyone you see there is looking to hook up. It really is a mixed crowd so watch out you don’t get a slap for making an indecent proposal to a group of girls there to have a drink after they’ve clocked off from the office.

Will Artbox continue to be a pick-up place for ladies of the night in the future?

Who knows with bars and other nightlife venues starting to reopen there are more choices of where to go man hunting.

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Opening Night At Nana Plaza Was A Blast

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Opening Night At Nana Plaza Was A Blast

July 1st was the day many owners and customers had been waiting for since the middle of March when entertainment and nightlife were allowed to resume.

My plan was to visit all three bar areas to see what was going on and share it here on the website and do a few updates on social media.

The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry as the saying goes and that’s exactly what happened. My whistle-stop tour became an adventure in Nana Plaza and boy, did we have ourselves a grand old time.

With some bars deciding to wait until after the long weekend with 2 dry days we had ourselves a list of 9 bars to visit and we kicked things off in Morning Night.

As we progressed through the outside beer bars to Stumble Inn, Big Dogs and K&S our entourage started rapidly growing in numbers.

There were lots of happy smiling faces in each of the four beer bars we visited and a decent amount of customers around too.

Time to venture inside Nana Plaza where you are asked to check-in via the Thai Chana app or alternatively sign in with your name, time and mobile number, at the entrance. Masks are required and once you’ve had your temperature taken and offered hand sanitizer you’re good to go in less than 30 seconds.

First up was Spanky’s for me while some of the guys opted to check out Twister BKK.

As you would expect, the middle floor house of fun was crushing it. Spanky’s was rocking and almost full when I popped in. Happy days.

My aim was to make sure we visited every bar that was open so it was a quick drink and a catch-up with all the usual suspects on and off the stage before moving on.

Next stop for us was Rainbow 4 where we planned to meet with the boys who headed to Twister BKK. In we go and ask where’s the bell…. “mai mee”. Huh? You haven’t got a bell?

We ordered a round and a few moments later a bell appeared. Ding, ding, ding.

Lots of cuties to keep me busy but to be fair, it wouldn’t have been difficult to spot some eye candy as the owners had filled the bar with at least 100 dancers.

It was the same story in both Rainbow 5 and 2 plus Twister BKK. All those bars had no fewer than 100 girls dancing. That’s a lot of chrome pole crumpet to choose from.

The man who appeared with the bell in Rainbow 4 was on the ball and accompanied us to Rainbow 5, formerly Twister Bar, before we all moved downstairs to Rainbow 2 which was heaving with dancing dollybirds. I fell in love at least 5 times in the hour we were there.

One for the road in Twister BKK which I missed on the first visit and damn, it was like Hotties R Us.

It’s too easy for me to get in trouble. I’m weak but there was no monkey business for old Stick last night.

It was burgers and bed after a great night out with the boys.

Hats off to all the bar owners who jumped in on the first day of opening who made a fine effort. As the week goes on more bars will be opening giving you even more choice and by the middle of next week, the whole Plaza will be open again.

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It’s Not A Race

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The race to be number one is as old as man but in modern times, in a fast-paced world of news and social media things are at an all-new high when it comes to being “first”.

Sure, it feels great to be first with a scoop but it can come at a cost as most news outlets and reporters have come to learn in recent months with COVID-19 coverage.

Desperation to announce the latest coronavirus numbers before anyone else each day became a talking point on Twitter back in March as reporters banged away on their phones and computers as the stats were released.

Mistakes were made almost daily, corrections added later but in truth, not a care was given by any of the guilty parties. All that mattered was they Tweeted the stats first, even when they were wrong with one so-called journalist sharing the previous days numbers that were never corrected. She simply didn’t realise what a cock-up she’d made of it.

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In the past few weeks, the same scenario has been repeated with news outlets desperate to be first with booze news and information on easing of restrictions.

I can’t think of one news website who didn’t run the ridiculous story of a two-day amnesty to allow people to purchase alcohol when sales were banned.

The story first appeared on Khaosod Online who sourced the story from who knows where and every man and his dog were all over it like a rash taking what had been published as fact and re-wrote the fairytale.

Did any of them bother to do a bit of research such place a couple of calls to ask a few questions to shed any light on the story, or anything else that might have enlightened them that the whole thing was a farce from the start? Of course they didn’t.

It was just too good not to publish as it was the #1 story of the day that turned out to be complete and utter nonsense.

Over and over again I have been told that I’m not sharing enough news on what is going on right now. I beg to differ.

The updates I have shared have been factual and accurate. Yes, I’ve sat back while others churn out clickbait crap as I don’t want to be part of that party.

Big news outlets get a pass when they share inaccurate stories, just look at the Bangkok Post – you all still read it and believe everything they publish despite dozens of misleading and inaccurate articles over the past 3 months.

If I was to do the same and publish something that turned out to be wrong, nobody would ever believe another word I said. I don’t have a gold “Get Out Of Fake News Jail Free” card.

And to be honest, that’s just the way I like it. Stickboy traffic and stats are great, I don’t need or want to be part of the clickbait crowd. I will continue to share news stories and information that I think will be of interest when the time is right.

It’s not a race, well, at least not for me.

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