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All Luxury Watches Returned To 'Friend,' Prawit Says


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I can't believe all the lame excuses I've heard in Thailand for this type of issue. Do they really think the people are that stupid to believe their b******t?! I guess they've got a lot of the population scared and they won't say anything. Some other countries come to mind with the same type tactics to control their people.

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1 hour ago, Esso49 said:

But why would you wear a frying pan on your wrist ??

Wellll, if you happen to be a Bulked-up quivering mass of Blubber with so much fat around the eyes, you can’t see so well.....Some Clock Hands on the base of a large Fry Pan might do the trick....er TICK...TOCK ?

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News just in: Despite Prayuth's recent denying a further cabinet reshuffle, an informed Ossy source reports that General Prawit, now mourning the loss of his 25 close friends, has been moved sideways, from the Ministry of Defence to the newly set-up Ministry of Humour, where it is hoped there will be fewer things for him to get involved with . . . or 'borrow', in Prawit speak.

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Prawit,like his boss, left the army a while ago. They are both now civilains. Why can't they dress like civilians.  Surely wearing a Generals outfit, when your are not.........................................................!

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8 minutes ago, prakhonchai nick said:

Prawit,like his boss, left the army a while ago. They are both now civilains. Why can't they dress like civilians.  Surely wearing a Generals outfit, when your are not.........................................................!

I think this is the normal government officials outfit, same colour as all government officials wear on Mondays, including teachers. They wear the white one for ceremonial occasions. 

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Just think that man who cannot tell the truth, does not know how to tell the truth is in government.

Nothing he or his cronies ever say is the truth, get rid of them, before take completely ruin the country.

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Didn’t he originally say they belonged to a deceased friend? 

Now he says he’s returned them all - to who? 

And he’s borrowing these watches for 10 years?????? 

You P are a lier and you can sue me for that unless you can prove otherwise 

POS 

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1 hour ago, ross163103 said:

I can't believe all the lame excuses I've heard in Thailand for this type of issue. Do they really think the people are that stupid to believe their b******t?! I guess they've got a lot of the population scared and they won't say anything. Some other countries come to mind with the same type tactics to control their people.

It is almost like watching a satirical comedy show. 

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i understood the FIRST version was, * it was a friend, forgot his name, he is dead now* but now we have a version 2, he is alive, bloody hell a resurrection,,  anyone believe this lying toe rag anymore, i am off to the temple right now,

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

In the clearest indication that Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan will not submit the two dozen watches for examination by the National Anti-Corruption Commission

...then they should assume and conclude guilt by omission.  :dry:

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