Belgian Guy in Trouble

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Re: Belgian Guy in Trouble

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No offence, but I would be very wary of posting identifiable photos of anybody I considered a friend - existent or deceased on a forum in Cambodia.

Not casting aspersions on this forum, but one cannot control the membership.
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Re: Belgian Guy in Trouble

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Understood Stern, gracias. Glad to hear you are pals, seems like the two of you are at odds but I don't know much, I'm just lingering on the robust aroma of the entries here and the ensuing excrement high I get from inhaling it too much and I have to snap out of and add in. I' m a giver too.

I didn't posit that Mish was special forces nor think anyone is ever special forces but for the people I've encountered in my own country who did not brag of it, ever. There were two teachers in my public high school, a lawyer friend of the family and one direct manager who were special folks at one time in this region.

I gather there are Special folks around the region but they are training or similar or just a bit too obvious to be called special. Mish can't stop going off and giving up info from the household to the sensitive all in one go! You put forth a VOR (voiceofreason) against his STV (deriv. thx to M.V. RIP) about everything and anything.

I like caricatures just not poseurs, unless they are not really poseurs but having fun with it and are self deprecating. A theme of humility or lack of it recycles in my head.

I'd love to see your nature musings that are similar in tone to Ol' Mish , as you say; that sounds like it would be impossible but for a very good writer having a go and only with a grin.

cheers
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Re: Belgian Guy in Trouble

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bossho wrote: Sun Jan 19, 2020 10:14 am It's not clear at all what Mishmash is but some would like to pull that Wizard of Oz curtain down and see the man
operating with all his devices methinx.
Like this..

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Re: Belgian Guy in Trouble

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bossho wrote: Sun Jan 19, 2020 11:21 am
I'd love to see your nature musings that are similar in tone to Ol' Mish , as you say; that sounds like it would be impossible but for a very good writer having a go and only with a grin.

cheers
LOL, ok Bossho
Like about the time when i became the only the only white man in recorded scientific history to have ever been bitten by the world's rarest species of otter, the Hairy-nosed, previously thought to have neen extinct - and then how i wrestled it to the ground and took it off to Phnom Tamao where his genes were sequenced and so became the scientifically registered genetic marker for all Hairy-nosed otters who have ever lived before and will ever be born again.

Or about the time I was attacked by a lion? in Cambodia
(also true)
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Re: Belgian Guy in Trouble

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clutchcargo wrote: Sun Jan 19, 2020 11:48 am
bossho wrote: Sun Jan 19, 2020 10:14 am It's not clear at all what Mishmash is but some would like to pull that Wizard of Oz curtain down and see the man
operating with all his devices methinx.
Like this..

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Never knew you were that camp Clutch :lol:
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Re: Belgian Guy in Trouble

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Mishmash wrote: Wed Jan 15, 2020 7:27 pm
Splashback wrote: Fri Jan 10, 2020 8:23 pm Mishmash is a troll and the Original Poster, so he's a trollOP.

You don't have a direct line to Hun Manet. If u were the sort of person who would boast about that publically, u just wouldn't get the contact to begin with. And to put contact details of people you're supposedly doing business with on a public forum... Outrageous professional behavior. And now you kick around with the boys from 911 or whatever. Yeah right, mate.

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Have done since 2010. Don't know what your point is. I'm just a normal guy. Have you something to contribute?
Ha! Well there you go, I was wrong. I had you pegged for a Walter Mitty for sure. I stand corrected. I'll get my coat.
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Re: Belgian Guy in Trouble

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[quote=bossho post_id=391977 time=1579407660 user_id=17057]

I'd love to see [b]your nature musings that are similar in tone to Ol' Mish[/b] , as you say; that sounds like it would be impossible but for a very good writer having a go and only with a grin.

cheers
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LOL, ok Bossho
Like about the time when [b]i became the only the only white man in recorded scientific history to have ever been bitten by the world's rarest species of otter, the Hairy-nosed, previously thought to have neen extinct[/b] - and then how i wrestled it to the ground and took it off to Phnom Tamao where his genes were sequenced and so became the scientifically registered genetic marker for all Hairy-nosed otters who have ever lived before and will ever be born again.

Or about the time I was attacked by a lion? in Cambodia
(also true)
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