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Re: Siem Reap

Post by Sir_Quality_U_Feel » Fri Nov 07, 2014 2:58 pm

I once thought about riding an E-cycle but quickly remembered I was a straight man.
I'll give ya 500 Riel for it...
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Re: Siem Reap

Post by StroppyChops » Fri Nov 07, 2014 3:24 pm

In my Facebook stream this morning: 9 out of 10 guys like women with curves. The 10th guy likes the other 9.
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Re: Siem Reap

Post by Francis » Fri Nov 07, 2014 3:35 pm

StroppyChops wrote:In my Facebook stream this morning: 9 out of 10 guys like women with curves. .

Hmmmmmm......purest form of Oedipus complex. No worries....that's perfectly normal. (Show me your wife, and I know your mother) :D......even my cat has a (serious) Oedipus complex.....interesting, isn't it ? Psychology pure........ :beer3:
Und der Haifisch der hat Tränen
Und die laufen vom Gesicht
Doch der Haifisch lebt im Wasser
So die Tränen sieht man nicht

In der Tiefe ist es einsam
Und so manche Träne fliesst
Und so kommt es dass das Wasser
In den Meeren salzig ist
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Re: Siem Reap

Post by bigbadbaz » Sat Nov 15, 2014 6:27 am

Anyone had any dealings with New Hope Cambodia. It looks all above board and legit and I am thinking of sponsoring a student or family if I know they will get my money.

I give to my local community at home and refuse the big charities as paying 'managers' over £100k per year goes against the grain. I understand you have to pay top money to get top people who will then raise more money but it means a big percentage of money doesn't go where it should and I want my money to make a real difference to someone nit just part of the pot
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Re: Siem Reap

Post by rick_o'shea » Sat Nov 15, 2014 9:29 am

bigbadbaz wrote:Anyone had any dealings with New Hope Cambodia. It looks all above board and legit and I am thinking of sponsoring a student or family if I know they will get my money.

I give to my local community at home and refuse the big charities as paying 'managers' over £100k per year goes against the grain. I understand you have to pay top money to get top people who will then raise more money but it means a big percentage of money doesn't go where it should and I want my money to make a real difference to someone nit just part of the pot
Depends who is running it now. 4 years ago it was scandelous. But I heard the Ozzie woman and her African beau got kicked out. Do your research, for sure.
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