The story of how we met 12 years ago

Over the last 5 years, I have made many references to the time we first met but along the lines of a counterpoint to some other discussion. It is a difficult subject to cover given the politically correct nature of YouTube and their dislike of certain aspects of dating, especially when it comes to Thailand. There is an undertone with westerners that paint’s all girls and transgenders as sex workers and westerners are always taken to the cleaners when it comes to relationships. These issues are misguided and I can assure you that if you know the typical traps of relationships, you’ll stand a good chance of finding that special partner.

For me, I knew the pitfalls and when we first met, I made sure she had a respectable job, even though it was in the entertainment business. Chanya was a cabaret dancer for a troop called The Bangkok Cabaret Show. I had heard of that show from the research I did on Bangkok but I didn’t know it was a common name for these sorts of shows. The prestigious Bangkok Cabaret Show is similar to the world-famous Tiffany’s Cabaret Show based in Pattaya. Chanya’s troop was just a regular show that toured around Bangkok and adjacent provinces and they did gigs at hotels and special functions for business events. Of course, I didn’t know that at the time, but it was one of the reasons I chose her for a date. Anyway, watch the video and ask legitimate questions about the relationship below. Keep it clean or come visit my Discord channel if you would like to hear more of the story.

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