Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by G-S-T, May 11, 2012.
For the record, i didnt spew up, but i still feel like puking 4 hours later
ya, twy, lil bit
Visual Torture... T_T
So it's just regional food or something? Never heard of Bush Tucker before.
I honestly thought it would be some weird video of a guy "tucking" something lmao... mind in the gutter i know /cry
Is that how you celebrate Exec VIP in Thailand?
haha, i was gonna go for a ladyboy but decided against it and ate some cockroaches instead
congrats in white G-S-T sure you deserves it .
I saw the pics of your place. Swanky! When did Mr. Zuckerberg give you the go ahead to move there?
Sometime about 8 months ago when he left a few XSS holes in his site for me
Very inspirational mate. I'm right behind ya except I'm headed to the Dominican Republic. Can't get enough of that island. Thanks for your amazing threads by the way.
Its my pleasure, I'm a firm believer in Karma. This is why I choose to help and share with people. Cos when good Karma comes back to you its comes ten fold
Couldn't agree with you more. What you do comes back to you.
Im actually starting to get a taste for some of this Thai food. I spent the last 4 days at my girlfriends mothers house and believe me when i say... Its in the middle of the jungle. No running water. I had no choice but to embrace the situation, you know what... It was an amazing experience, i have nothing but respect for the way people live out there. I seen some amazing things and was fortunate enough to be blessed by a monk, who happens to be my girlfriends grandfather. We talked at length about our different cultures and it opened my eyes.
Awesome BT. Sounds like you're having some transcendent experiences out there. Can't really imagine other than reading about such experiences in Indonesia concerning monks/master martial artists. Even getting used to munching cockroaches eh?
I had no choice in the matter... Either tuck in or go hungry, turns out they are quite tasty when you cook them with the right things. Im looking forward to going back there in a month or 2
Back to the jungle? The human ability to adapt is far beyond what most of us understand. The jungle. How does she protect herself from wild animals. Snakes, tigers?
Well, its a village in the middle of nowhere, 150km from the nearest city. There are about 300 people who live there, there is an enormous sense of community there, i was welcomed with open arms and treated like family. I got a rucksack full of gifts for my family. Some of the most amazing pieces of silk i have ever seen, all made by hand. I was amazed at how much detail you can put into something like that when its made by hand.
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