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t0oL1 last won the day on April 30 2014

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  1. https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=winner boy bar pattaya Was there a year ago. Business was so slow they had one table in the dark street with two boys and the owner. Went a couple times for a drink and tipping. Jomtien was jumping with customers and boys.
  2. Thanks Christian for the update on "Saran Rom Park". Haven't heard anything about that in ages and it's great to hear it mentioned that it's recently still active.
  3. You buy them a drink and engage in light text conversation via translator. Then a quick trip to a room nearby.
  4. I just like hanging out in the soi having a coffee, watching the boys arrive to work.
  5. this thread could use some photographic evidence...
  6. Blood flow is a key also to cellular nutrition. More frequent blood (erections)- better health. More exercise (masterbation) resuting in optimal growth. Less victorianism and more sleepless sleepovers/campouts. The result of the internet and cams might be yielding a huge result- good things to come. Soon BoCox, P-shot, and shockwave will be adding to that as it becomes mainstream.
  7. https://metro.co.uk/2023/09/07/russian-prisoners-trained-by-wagner-chief-how-to-finish-off-ukrainian-children-19464525/ Wagner paramilitary group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin trained Russian mercenaries to ‘murder children and women’ by throwing grenades through the windows of their homes in Ukraine. Former prisoners from the Irkutsk region, Alexey Chernyavsky and Maxim Zelenov, fought in the Donetsk region after signing contracts with the PMC in November last year. Like thousands of others, they were pardoned of their crimes by Vladimir Putin to be deployed to villages near the eastern city of Soledar for what they described as ‘cleansing’. The ex-convicts recalled how the warlord personally taught his fighters how to kill ‘Wagner-style’ when invading.
  8. All the more reason to post this now before it is gone. Could be the only worthy thing he did in his life- telling the truth about the WAR.
  9. https://news.yahoo.com/ukraine-war-based-lies-wagner-183213913.html STORY: The head of Russia's Wagner Group mercenary organization is, for the first time, publicly rejecting Moscow's official justification for the war in Ukraine, saying the reason for the invasion was based on lies... ... running directly counter to President Putin's own statements... ...And marking a new milestone in the months long feud between the Wagner founder, Yevgeny Prigozhin, and Russia's top military brass. This is part of Prigozhin's video, which was posted on Telegram: "Why was the war needed? The war was needed so that a handful of scumbags could have a blast and get PR attention showing how strong the army is." "The war was needed not in order to return Russian citizens to our bosom. And not in order to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. It was needed for one star with additional embroidery so that one mentally sick man could look good on a coffin pillow." "Shoigu lives by the principle that 'a lie must be horrific for people to believe it'. That's when the lies come." Prigozhin is referring to Russia's defense minister, Sergei Shoigu, a constant target of his criticism. He's often accused Shoigu and other military leaders of incompetence, but rejecting the core reasons for the war is new for Prigozhin. He says Shoigu is deceiving President Putin, and that the war was also used to enrich the ruling elite. Prigozhin also specifically uses the word "war" in the video, not the phrase "special military operation" used by the Kremlin. Prigozhin has enjoyed unusual freedom in publicly criticizing Moscow, although not Putin himself, whom he relies on for support.
  10. https://www.distractify.com/p/paper-rex-tea-bagging-warning-valorant-champions
  11. I was just thinking what OTHER options are for gaming. I have plenty of suggestions for gaming developers. Vinapu: there goes your "I'm only here for the teabagging" t-shirt. Great in this era of book banning in the USA...
  12. I asked a 20yo at work about this. Being eSports I hadn't watched or participated in. He said it is an option of the game to "teabag" on the game. Still sounds fun and I wish the guy in the middle of the top picture was tea bagging me. Maybe I should try online gaming for the teabagging. Don't you just love that you can do this?
  13. eating up since Aug. 6, the ongoing Valorant Champions tournament broadcasting in Los Angeles has seen finalist esports teams like Fnatic and LOUD step on the stage to compete for the world championship trophy. After several matches in different brackets, the tourney is coming down to the wire with Paper Rex in the Grand Final. But before the team landed their spot in the last match, their face-off with Evil Geniuses (EG) in the Upper Final stirred up a bit of drama. During the Valorant Champions match, Paper Rex was teabagging members of EG, which fans later learned that Riot Games sent them a warning for their actions. Paper Rex receiving a warning for teabagging at ‘Valorant’ Champions sparks fan backlash. Paper Rex had wanted to pay back EG for their boastful comments and attitude toward them and did so by teabagging. At the time, Paper Rex’s duelist, Something, stated during a post-match press conference that his team “did it for fun” and that “no emotions” were involved. Another teammate, F0rsakeN, quickly added, “Actually, we got a warning for teabagging.” Both teams were teabagging each other, so it’s unclear if EG also received a warning from Riot. Alecks, Paper Rex’s coach, expressed he doesn’t “really like it when they teabag because they get carried away, and I usually tell them off in practice if they start doing this.” He continued, “But I guess because EG doesn’t mind, why not?” Not only were the players teabagging, they were shooting the dead bodies of opponents, taunting each other with trash-talk, and waving at each other. Wild as it sounds, it isn’t uncommon for things to get messy during an esports match in the game or verbally between teams on stage. Fans understand this, as noted by a Reddit thread reacting to the teabagging warning — some of which calling Riot “stupid and weak” for its response. “You won’t build any rivalries if teams need to be robots and friends out there,” said one Redditor. Another esports fan pointed out that it’s “kinda weird of Riot to feature EG trash-talking … in the teasers that they do then get mad at [Paper Rex] for doing it back.” For the most part, fans believe both teams were simply competing, and a warning wasn’t necessary. Paper Rex ultimately bested EG, but the Riot warning may have conversely nipped at the wild energy some fans enjoy seeing for the rest of this Valorant Champions tournament.
  14. https://www.popsugar.com/beauty/sperm-facials-49258257 Once upon a time, Kim Kardashian told The New York Times that she would consider eating poop if it made her look younger — and it's still not the weirdest thing a celebrity has done in the name of anti-aging skin care. The latest celebrity skin treatment to enter the chat? Sperm facials, courtesy of Jennifer Aniston. In a new interview with The Wall Street Journal, the "Friends" actor revealed that she underwent a salmon sperm facial at the recommendation of an aesthetician. "First of all, I said, 'Are you serious? How do you get salmon's sperm?'" Aniston told the publication. She added that she's not sure if she saw a difference after the treatment, which, for something that requires the extraction of a fish's reproductive cells, seems disappointing to say the least. Though Aniston's sperm facial experience is currently causing a stir on social media, the treatment has been studied since the 1980s and is a steadily rising beauty trend in South Korea. As with most buzzy skin-care ingredients, the use of fish semen, or milt, claims to be a breakthrough anti-aging solution. "When it comes to skin care, the quest for a holy grail ingredient will always continue," New York City-based dermatologist Joshua Zeichner, MD, tells POPSUGAR. "Salmon milt has been shown to improve skin, hydration, plumpness, texture, and wrinkles. The effects on the skin are thought to be due to high DNA levels. DNA is composed of amino acids, which have long been used in skin care for their hydrating and cell-renewing benefits." The treatment is typically carried out via injections or microneedling in order to get the best results. "The advantages are countless," says celebrity aesthetician Ildi Pekar. "To ensure the serum penetrates deeper into the skin, we utilize a microneedling technique. This method amplifies the efficacy of the treatment, promoting healthier and more resilient skin."
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