Thai friendship bracelets


#21

I’m just going to leave this post open in a browser window and keep going back to enjoy it all day long.


#22

In the US these phrases are offered in Thai as tatoos to drunk Americans.


#23

I really don’t know if ‘UP THE GUNNERS’ is meant to be a euphemism or not.


#24

“Cheeky” and “sexy” are not the words I would choose to describe these. Something closer to “offensive” perhaps.


#25

Such poetry! Many bracelet! Wow!


#26

Apparently someone awoke this morning only to discover that their morning vessel of Wheaties had been unceremoniously contaminated with large quantities of foreign fecal matter.


#27

Yet still more tasteful than Pandora.


#28

Does that actually say “gape my ass”?


#29

You’re failing to appreciate the logical paradox inherent in the statement.


#30

Maybe it is a request for a rough roleplay. (Hint: never forget the safe word.)


#31

I posted a link on Facebook to this. I considered adding “NSFW: mild profanity” for the trolololols, but decided “paint-blistering” was a better description.


#32

“Suck Me Pipe”, Popeye’s other catchphrase.


#33

Thai Tourettes friendship bracelets
wow…just wow. some of those almost have a twisted poetic slant, others remind me of a 4yr old mashing newly learned offensive words together…caca pee poop butt…or if urban dictionary were auto generated by random combinations of words. obviously there is a glitch in the matrix.


#34

The Gunners is the nickname for Arsenal Football Club. So that one is probably aimed at the UK market. I suspect these have been scraped from the web. Someone with a bit of time on their hands could probably work out how they did it. I am intrigued.

…but not that intrigued.


#35


#36

Eat a Dick Salad. Finally, a lovely gift for the vegetarian in your life.


#37

Amazeballs is one word.


#38

Someone in Thailand wanna get me a sexy ladyboy bracelet? Will compensate.


#39

Now that is how you make a first post.


#40

Depends what you and your wife are into as consenting adults…