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Okay, I think we shouldn’t go in too much detail here, the whole marriage topic really deserves its own article.
So now that we’ve talked quite a bit about the money aspect and sure, that’s what most people are interested in anyway but let’s have a look at some other things to find more answers to the initial question what Thai women are really like.
In that regards, I would compare the situation in Thailand with the one in western countries some 50 years ago when it was the man who worked full time and the woman taking care of the household and children at home.
I tell you this is still the case in my own home in Germany where my dad always supported our family financially while my mom prepared the meals, did the laundry, cleaned up the house and was always around when me or my sister needed her (while still working part time). Some guys ask their Thai women to still take up a job or buy her a small business like a coffee shop to keep her busy while others just want to have her around all the time and give her some pocket money every other day or on a monthly basis which is then called “ngǝn dʉan” (money month, เงินเดือน) and yes that’s exactly the same word as the salary for employees.
Even when dancing in the club or while having sex, most of the time they’re unable of really living in the moment.
Doesn’t really make sense does it but I don’t have a more appropriate translation for this term probably because that behavior is just not common in the western world and when someone does just that we would call it lying for no reason.
This article is getting quite long already and I still want to talk about a couple of other points so let’s finish this part with a short list of the most common reasons why Thai girls are lying to Farangs: That’s a good question.
She said her guy had too many giks.” She laughed and said “no, she was just joking, they’re still together.
He just picked her up from the shop last evening after work.” Then she explained me that if you have a conversation with a Thai (no matter whether male or female) and it’s not work-related, you can believe like 50% of what she or he says. I think this is because Thai people like everything that is associated with the verb “to play”: gin lên (eat for fun, snacking), dǝǝn lên (walk for pleasure), nâng lên (hanging out) and in this case the girl was pûut lên (พูดเล่น) – speaking for fun.
The difference is they just don’t talk about it all the time.