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  1. #19505

    Snow, mango, tulip open?

    Hi all,

    Haven't been to Thailand for 2 years but will be there soon. Are any of the pse oilies open please?

  2. #19504
    Quote Originally Posted by GuyBrusg1957  [View Original Post]
    I've been using it too but nothing everything is translating. Like, what the hell is homework supposed to mean?
    It's slang. Kurredut literally told you what it is. It's reviews / reports on the shops.

  3. #19503
    Quote Originally Posted by GuyBrusg1957  [View Original Post]
    And for using LINE ID. What do I say?
    You mean, other than "Hello, I'm Steve, can I know your girls and price and service?

    I got the Line ID of a few places, they usually send you photos of girls that can do foreigners, with prices and services. Some girls just flat refuse to deal with non Thai speaking guys.

  4. #19502
    Quote Originally Posted by GuyBrusg1957  [View Original Post]
    I've been using it too but nothing everything is translating. Like, what the hell is homework supposed to mean? I don't understand the purpose of the first two forums and threads?

    And for using LINE ID. What do I say? And does anyone know if La Belle or any of the other soapies have a LINE ID?
    You can add Belle as your Line App friend following this link to A QR code:

    https://line.me/ti/p/shtyzf1BFn

    They also have another Line ID: at Belle34. This ID has their mixed media feed (mostly advertising material). You don't necessarily need to chat with the shops. They will send you their info and material through chat. It's up to you if you choose to interact.

    If you open a thread for a particular on KCNW and click on one of their posts, you will find out that nearly all posts contain links to Line IDs.

    Homework means writing reviews and reports on Kapoo Club Network. Also, can you specify, which two threads you mean?

  5. #19501
    Quote Originally Posted by Kurredut  [View Original Post]
    I just use Google Translate for the most part and sometimes check unclear words using a dictionary app.

    The zones appear to be different areas of the city. Zone A shops seem to be located in the Phromg Pong, Thong Lo and Phra Ram 9 areas or in their vicinity. Some of the Zone be shops seem to be in Lat Phrao. As to the homework (which can be also be translated as an assignment), looks like some shops solicit reports in exchange for discounts. You can find the reviews under the "KapooClub (Homework)" thread.

    If you have Line App and a Line ID you can message the shops and ask about current lineup or photos. As Chacal60 said, you could ask about English skills, services or anything you might need to know. Some of the shops also accept bookings through Line App and an online booking discount might be applied.
    I've been using it too but nothing everything is translating. Like, what the hell is homework supposed to mean? I don't understand the purpose of the first two forums and threads?

    And for using LINE ID. What do I say? And does anyone know if La Belle or any of the other soapies have a LINE ID?

  6. #19500
    Quote Originally Posted by GuyBrusg1957  [View Original Post]
    What do I ask them about with the LINE ID?

    And is anyone able to translate kapooclubwebboard.net? What is the difference between the zones? What are the first two forums and what do they mean by hot homework?
    I just use Google Translate for the most part and sometimes check unclear words using a dictionary app.

    The zones appear to be different areas of the city. Zone A shops seem to be located in the Phromg Pong, Thong Lo and Phra Ram 9 areas or in their vicinity. Some of the Zone be shops seem to be in Lat Phrao. As to the homework (which can be also be translated as an assignment), looks like some shops solicit reports in exchange for discounts. You can find the reviews under the "KapooClub (Homework)" thread.

    If you have Line App and a Line ID you can message the shops and ask about current lineup or photos. As Chacal60 said, you could ask about English skills, services or anything you might need to know. Some of the shops also accept bookings through Line App and an online booking discount might be applied.

  7. #19499
    Quote Originally Posted by Chacal60  [View Original Post]
    I second this enthusiastic review of Kapoos. At first I was warned off because they cater to Thais, but then I found my strategy: find their Line ID and get their daily feed. Text the account manager and find out the level of English and comfort level wih farang.
    What do I ask them about with the LINE ID?

    And is anyone able to translate kapooclubwebboard.net? What is the difference between the zones? What are the first two forums and what do they mean by hot homework?

  8. #19498

    Kyoko

    Quote Originally Posted by NicFrenchy  [View Original Post]
    That is unfortunately not really a credible dream. After a taste of the P4 P money, moving to the restaurant business with its very demanding hours, efforts and almost inexistent profit margins.

    A lady friend runs a successful Skewers place, sausages, moo-ping, she's got a lot of variety and was telling me she makes about 5 thb profit per skewer, and that's before rent (small as a friend lets her use her noodle shop), gasoline and takeaway bags, napkins, sauces.

    Going home with 200/300 thb at the end of the day, I highly doubt she will last.
    Well let's just say if these ladies were good with their head instead of giving head, they wouldn't be in this line of work. But oh well. Some of them are making a pretty decent income from this, all things considered. And some even achieved their goal of being 'rescued' and are now with a green card in the USA. Whatever works I guess.

  9. #19497
    Quote Originally Posted by Shirt  [View Original Post]
    Not been out much lately? Most of these places have gone bust.
    I admit, Tinder has kept me very busy the past couple years but then again, I'm no gullible tourist so I guess I'm lucky to have the option.

    Tinder isn't cheap, but the mileage is a lot better for your 3 K.

    I still wonder if all these massage places along soi 22 and 23 are still open? These oilies used to do the 400/600 + 1500 tip boom boom?

  10. #19496
    Quote Originally Posted by NicFrenchy  [View Original Post]
    Prices must've skyrocketed. 90 mn for 3500? 3200 for pre-booking.

    Take 1500 for the girl you're left with 1700-2 K for the shop?

    What happened to the 600 thb oilies + 1500 boom boom tip?
    Indeed the price is quite high at doki doki and it has always been like that that is why I was quite hesitant to give it a try. Who knows maybe the nuru gel is costly).

    Anyway I used to go to theses places at 90 minutes 2100 baht but none has survived.

    Snowwhite (which was my favorite shop for some PSE) and it is closed. I wish I had taken the line of few girls like Candy (If someone has it let me know). Not sure that they will reopen one day.

    Cherry massage is open but only running with the 3 same ladies which are Game, Mint and Meow. Nothing special on them that could make me revisit.

    Mango massage also has only 2 ladies.

    For now I am trying the freelance via the website to have a price that is "OK" but the services are poor.

    I wish myself good luck to find some decent girls for the 2100 baht during the coming month.

  11. #19495
    Quote Originally Posted by NicFrenchy  [View Original Post]
    Prices must've skyrocketed. 90 mn for 3500? 3200 for pre-booking.

    What happened to the 600 thb oilies + 1500 boom boom tip?
    The Nuru shops that cater to Japanese clientele (like Doki Doki and Mitu) have always been more expensive than the Farang centric oilies.

    SL.

  12. #19494
    Quote Originally Posted by NicFrenchy  [View Original Post]
    Prices must've skyrocketed. 90 mn for 3500? 3200 for pre-booking.

    Take 1500 for the girl you're left with 1700-2 K for the shop?

    What happened to the 600 thb oilies + 1500 boom boom tip?
    Not been out much lately? Most of these places have gone bust. These oilies you speak of depended on walk-in customers. There haven't been many people walking around the last 1.5 year. Rent in Sukhumvit isn't cheap.

    You could try a kapoo, but it's a mixed bag. I prefer not to haggle with the girl in the room over the price of her pussy and any extras. If I win, and she feels I got away with it cheap, it usually just means a mediocre performance from her after.

  13. #19493
    Quote Originally Posted by FarangSetInBKK  [View Original Post]

    I book on line so I got 300 baht discount 90 minutes sessions so I paid 3200 baht.
    Prices must've skyrocketed. 90 mn for 3500? 3200 for pre-booking.

    Take 1500 for the girl you're left with 1700-2 K for the shop?

    What happened to the 600 thb oilies + 1500 boom boom tip?

  14. #19492

    AunAun DokiDoki

    Hi,

    I tried AunAun from Doki Doki.

    I book on line so I got 300 baht discount 90 minutes sessions so I paid 3200 baht.

    First experience doing a Nuru, I don't know for some reason I didn't like it that much. For the sex part AunAun has some big boobs which is what I wanted and some good blowjob skills.

    I CIM during the Nuru and she spit it out and CIM on the bed this time she swallowed (not a lot) and said "Aroi".

    In between the round she gave me a normal massage which I felt was better than the nuru.

    Her blowjob skills are ok, far from blowjob bar but playing with her huge boobs was kind of fun and her face is also ok.

    I probably won't repeat as I want to try the other girls and I might skip the nuru and just ask for the "boom boom" part.

  15. #19491
    Quote Originally Posted by KidBrady  [View Original Post]
    She always dreamt about opening a restaurant
    That is unfortunately not really a credible dream. After a taste of the P4 P money, moving to the restaurant business with its very demanding hours, efforts and almost inexistent profit margins.

    A lady friend runs a successful Skewers place, sausages, moo-ping, she's got a lot of variety and was telling me she makes about 5 thb profit per skewer, and that's before rent (small as a friend lets her use her noodle shop), gasoline and takeaway bags, napkins, sauces.

    Going home with 200/300 thb at the end of the day, I highly doubt she will last.

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