Fashion Braces for Thai Boy's Teeth

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#21 Re: Fashion Braces for Thai Boy's Teeth

Postby Undaunted » Thu Jul 13, 2017 11:06 pm

a447 wrote:I've never seen a cock piercing. If I did, I'd run a mile.

Actually he was from one of your favorite places in Sunee same initials as G.B. He must be new as you would have described it whilst in your mouth in one of your trip reports.
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#22 Re: Fashion Braces for Thai Boy's Teeth

Postby a447 » Fri Jul 14, 2017 1:24 am

I don't suck to cock there.

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#23 Re: Fashion Braces for Thai Boy's Teeth

Postby Montree » Fri Jul 14, 2017 4:28 am


Same guy as one of my photos from 2005. This time in 2011 without teeth braces but with glasses... ...but no lenses!

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#24 Re: Fashion Braces for Thai Boy's Teeth

Postby thaiworthy » Fri Jul 14, 2017 2:58 pm

It may be that we are just as fascinated with the variety of looks as a fashionable discussion among expats as fashionable accoutrements when worn by Thai boys. Fashion braces, fashion glasses, body piercing, facial hair (or none), boy handbags, contact lenses, matching underwear, spiked hair, nasty tats, and shaved pubes. What hasn't been mentioned?

Thailand has such a diverse culture, I wonder what contributes to their interests and of our discussion about them? A single pierced ear in my day would have ostracized me. Now it seems the absence of any one such thing creates same?

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