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It actually worked! Chachoengsao locals report rainfall after phallus erected in road


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Despite the adoption of any supposed 'faith'. religion can never overcome the much older and more deeply entrenched superstition. Whatever the 'faith', it's always just a veneer slabbed on top of the foundation of superstition.

 

Most humans---East, West, North and South---have an innate need to believe in the silliest things.

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Very apt the channel 3 w*anchor reported on this story.

Unbelievable that he walked straight back into his job after his short jail spell.

I thought with his credentials of a lying, thieving POS he was perfectly suited for a ministerial position.

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I am 80 kms from Chachoengsao, and it rains ! yesterday, too 

but why do they mask the " object" ? everybody knows what a phallus is 

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4 hours ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

On Friday (June 11), delighted locals in Chachoengsao reported the first rainfall of the year just days after erecting a giant phallus in the middle of a road as part of a rainmaking ceremony.

Well I'll be blowed... wasn't expecting that.

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Initial analigous irony that such a dilated talisman would only serve to appease some of the biggest <deleted> humankind had to offer, gave way to the epiphany that perhaps it made a vas deferens afterall...

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50 minutes ago, RichardColeman said:

Up tomorrow : Family die after crashing into giant penis.

 

Idiots. 

Yes, it does beg the question: Why in the middle of the road?

 

Top of a hill or middle of a paddy field would make more sense.

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1 hour ago, Surelynot said:

Good idea to check the weather report..........then get it built quickly just before the rains arrive........clever...could be a good little business there.

You have been watching TMD and the tracking of TS Koguma.

But it was a good reason for the locals to have a party.

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When we erect a phallus in bed my wife reports 'rainfall' too.  😉
 

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yeah yeah yeah  -  Kinda like the cloud seeding which is only done when it looks like it is going to rain and then when it does rain it's because of cloud seeding and not because it was going to rain anyway.

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15 hours ago, Surelynot said:

Good idea to check the weather report..........then get it built quickly just before the rains arrive........clever...could be a good little business there.

Bit like Del Boy and the crying statue of Mary 

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Word around the village is when they "built" it they also mixed in some blue pills...hence the sudden effects and downpour 🙂

 

Sidenote ive been carry a bottle of red fanta in my shorts as of this story......(fingers crossed)

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OP pic--In related news the lady on the left in the pic has offered to work as security at night to keep any "vandals" away 

 

Waiting to hear about somchai driving into it at night after too much lao kao and driving without headlight on....oy!

 

I guess even Mother Nature enjoys a little boom boom, and she is a squirter it seems 🙂

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18 minutes ago, Sticky Rice Balls said:

hence the sudden effects and downpour 🙂

Was it a downpour or more of an 'eruption' ?

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What a silly news report trying to blurr that out. Very Thai. Someone in Pattaya who has a bar should buy that and use it as the spirit god's house. No doubt half of the girls working there would make merit at it every day. Tourists would come just to take pictures with it, especially the Chinese. You could let them take a picture for a small donation.

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