Has anyone here been through a divorce in Cambodia that could talk to me about your experience with the whole process.
I don't want to get into it on this thread but PM's or even I can meet you over a beer, my shout, just to get some insight into how it all works.
Thanks all, now you know why I've been so quiet this week.
Shame, man. I hope you've got some good people around to support you (PM me otherwise, if you like).kiwiincambodia wrote:It's as gentle as being prison raped with a cactus.
So everything's all good. LOL
I knew a pretty young thing (church girl) years ago who would mumble "fu** me gently with a chainsaw" under her breath when the piousness and hypocrisy would get too much for her. I snorted Coke (acola) more than once when I'd hear her.
Absolutely.kiwiincambodia wrote:Thanks mate, got some good friends around but might take you up on your offer of a beer sometime.
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But from prior chatting with folks it's pretty easy, but again with a barang it's most likely more stickier.
You have a vivid imagination. I like you.OrangeDragon wrote:Stroppy, sounds like my kinda girl!
[gasses up the chainsaw]
Got her number?
To hell with deflowering... this is deforestation!
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