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#1 z909

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Posted 07 August 2013 - 05:03 AM

On a recent short tour around some Schengen zone European cities,  I used Gay Romeo to hook up with 4 different Thai masseurs.

 

Three of these originally moved to Europe to be with their European partners.

The remaining one followed his mother over.

 

The first three had all split up with their original partners, typically after almost 10 years or so.

 

Despite being almost 30, the first one was one of the most attractive guys I've ever met, with a beautiful face & nicely toned body, covered by a tight fitting smooth white T-shirt. He was the exception who offered strictly a proper massage, but that's never mind that, what a really pleasant guy to be with !

 

 

Although my samples size is small, I've not encountered this in the UK.

Any Thai boys offering massage services here tend to be in the UK to "learn English".  

 

Have any other people here encountered examples of Thai boys moving to Europe for the long term?

 

 



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Posted 07 August 2013 - 08:18 PM

Are you based in Thailand? In that case I would wonder why you have massage in Europe, you can have it Thailand for a fraction of the price.

 

Few years ago, I met three Thai boys (separate) in their early twenties. Two of them are still in Europe with their boyfriends, one is back in Sunee Plaza.

 

A German friend brought a Thai boy for marriage to Berlin. They recently separated (but there is still a significant flow of money from my German friend to his (still) Thai husband).

 

In Paris I met a Thai man in a sauna who is happily married to a French. The French was away, so the Thai was bored alone at home and invited me to stay overnight (which I did).

 

A Thai friend was in Europe for three months last year, at that time he was not 18 yet, as far as I can calculate his age (have to ask for ID card next time). I wonder how he got a visa, if he really was younger than 18.






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