First time in Cambodia

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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby slipperygypsy » Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:10 pm

Well im heading to Cambodia to volunteer in a NGO because the third world people need my help why on earth do these guys goto happy endings anyway.
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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby slipperygypsy » Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:39 pm

slipperygypsy wrote:Well im heading to Cambodia to volunteer in a NGO because the third world people need my help why on earth do these guys goto happy endings anyway.
So disappointed I thought this internet group would know about helping in NGOs and all the temple placements in Cambodia but instead they only know about "happy endings" which may or may not result in death.
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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby Jamie_Lambo » Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:48 pm

slipperygypsy wrote:
slipperygypsy wrote:Well im heading to Cambodia to volunteer in a NGO because the third world people need my help why on earth do these guys goto happy endings anyway.
So disappointed I thought this internet group would know about helping in NGOs and all the temple placements in Cambodia but instead they only know about "happy endings" which may or may not result in death.
who comes here to go round looking at temples when theres cheep beer and hookers everywhere ;-)
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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby ExPenhMan » Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:33 am

Surely this is:

a) A sock puppet from TOF :smileinbox:

or

b) Going to be the best thread of the year. :beer3:
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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby boozyoldman » Wed Jan 11, 2017 5:00 am

Is it possible that this entire thread was a teasy windup from the beginning?

If so, well done OP !
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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby BklynBoy » Wed Jan 11, 2017 5:28 am

Street 136 needs him. He can throw his money around on lady drinks. That will help. He can teach them Engrish and play facebook

WAIT, maybe he is practicing for the Cambodia Comedy Event?
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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby Jamie_Lambo » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:31 am

boozyoldman wrote:Is it possible that this entire thread was a teasy windup from the beginning?

If so, well done OP !
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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby Kuroneko » Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:35 am

boozyoldman wrote:Is it possible that this entire thread was a teasy windup from the beginning?

If so, well done OP !
The possibility is about 100% I'd say. I just dubbed him a PuNT, or pseudo-naïve Troll. ie someone who winds people up on the net by pretending to be ultra stupid. Turns out i'ts already a known phenomenon :D

"The trolls employed what the M.I.T. professor Judith Donath calls a “pseudo-naïve” tactic, asking stupid questions and seeing who would rise to the bait. The game was to find out who would see through this stereotypical newbie behavior, and who would fall for it. As one guide to trolldom puts it, “If you don’t fall for the joke, you get to be in on it.”

“Lulz” is how trolls keep score. A corruption of “LOL” or “laugh out loud,” “lulz” means the joy of disrupting another’s emotional equilibrium. “Lulz is watching someone lose their mind at their computer 2,000 miles away while you chat with friends and laugh,” said one ex-troll who, like many people I contacted, refused to disclose his legal identity.

Another troll explained the lulz as a quasi-thermodynamic exchange between the sensitive and the cruel: “You look for someone who is full of it, a real blowhard. Then you exploit their insecurities to get an insane amount of drama, laughs and lulz. Rules would be simple: 1. Do whatever it takes to get lulz. 2. Make sure the lulz is widely distributed. This will allow for more lulz to be made. 3. The game is never over until all the lulz have been had.”
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/03/magaz ... lls-t.html

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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby slipperygypsy » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:41 pm

What a lovely country with forums dedicated to temples and NGOs I cannot wait to visit Angkor wat.
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Re: First time in Cambodia

Postby Anchor Moy » Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:05 pm

slipperygypsy wrote:What a lovely country with forums dedicated to temples and NGOs I cannot wait to visit Angkor wat.
Lovely to see you too and we can't wait until your visit.
You were doing more or less ok until you slipped up on the happy endings.
See u soon no doubt. :wave:

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