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Hi,

 

I tend to loose the appetite with so much drinking and shisha. Its usually one heavy meal when I wake up and it gets me through the whole time till I wake up the next day. Just one day I ate twice. I know its not healthy, but then again so much shisha isn't as well.

 

How's yours?

 

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Like a good cooked brekkie most days and a late afternoon meal , together with a decent amount of booze most evenings , this however makes me put on a few kilos when in town . 

 

Partly offset this intake by walking a fair amount plus golf and bedroom gymnastics .

 

Mikeyboy

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Normally i start the day with thai food or english fry up, afternoon thai food  and always eat after a drinking session + i'll snack occasionally  during the day, drink loads of soft drinks tea/coffee, i'm a bit of a pig actually 555, i love going to places like Lengkee with bg's and ordering tonnes..

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I probably eat better in LoS than I do back home......

 

Being a typical single male and also a shift-worker, meals at home can be very sketchy and involve a lot of bread.  On holiday, where I have the chance to have someone else doing the cooking, I eat at least two solid meals a day plus whatever I stock the room with.  I also tend to get hungry again in the late evening after putting a few drinks under my belt, so it's pretty common for me to be looking for a third meal again at around 10pm.

 

The only problem I have is that though I adore spicy food, my aging body doesn't tolerate hot curry anymore without an inevitable bout of 'exploding bottom'.  Accordingly, I tend to stick to Farang food most of the time, but that's OK as I also adore burgers and steaks.  I do miss the days when I could eat food spicy enough to have sweat pouring down my face without gastric issues later on  :D .

 

Favourite locations - The Golf Club for brunch and a planning session with the lads, PBG is often my chosen dinner location, and I also like going to the Thai BBQ places and having my Tilak-Du-Jour cook for me.

 

Cheers

 

Perthie

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I tend to eat a lot of fresh vegetables back home, which I find harder to do in Thailand.  So much of the food is fried.  I eat fresh fruit on the street a lot, and I have the fruit shakes on the street, although I see that they put a sugar water mixture in them.  Sometimes I eat the sandwiches at Subway with lots of vegetables added and no sauce.  At least the Thai portions are small at the Thai restaurants, so that seems to prevent me from gaining weight here.

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I don't eat a great deal, mostly just eat because i know i have to as when i go out i drink far to much, when i do eat its usually falang food unfortunately. Next trip i'm really going to try and eat a lot more thai food! I do atleast supplement the lack of food with a barocca every morning which also helps with the lack off sleep and the hangover!

 

Luckily i dont seem to put on to much weight over there, must be to do with walking a lot, dancing like a bellend a lot and shit loads of boom booming!!

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it's actually not so different from back  home for me. i usually try and watch what i eat wherever i am since im kinda a health freak, and especially in thailand because i find the possibilities are much greater since so much of the food is so cheap and healthy at the same time, especially thai food of course wich suits me perfectly as i actually prefer thai food. im usually on a pretty strict diet of 1200-1500 calories a day when cutting and 2000+ when maintaining/bulking. i usually try and eat as many veggies as possible and drink atleast 3-4 liters of water a day, even back home. im not a vegan by any means but i am definatly a vegetarian in the way that i dont eat red meat, only fish and chicken. in fact i get most of my proteins from eggs and chicken wich i eat pretty much daily. i also try and stay clear from alcohol since im not really that big of a drinker anymore, but i do drink the ocasional beer without getting absolutley shit faced at social events like birthdays etc..

 

anyways this is kinda getting of topic i think, to actually answer the question, when im in thailand i usually eat 3 healthy meals a day in the form of cheap thai food like fried rice with chicken and shrimp and stuff like that while drinking alot of water ( atleast 4 liters a day to counter the heat and dehydration since i walk alot ) and the ocasional beer every few days or even if im feeling up for it some thai whisky mixed with coke usually

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I eat fuck all and drink lots!

 

A cant eat for drinking, the heat plus the sickness feeling puts me off a 3 courser

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it's actually not so different from back  home for me. i usually try and watch what i eat wherever i am since im kinda a health freak, and especially in thailand because i find the possibilities are much greater since so much of the food is so cheap and healthy at the same time, especially thai food of course wich suits me perfectly as i actually prefer thai food. im usually on a pretty strict diet of 1200-1500 calories a day when cutting and 2000+ when maintaining/bulking. i usually try and eat as many veggies as possible and drink atleast 3-4 liters of water a day, even back home. im not a vegan by any means but i am definatly a vegetarian in the way that i dont eat red meat, only fish and chicken. in fact i get most of my proteins from eggs and chicken wich i eat pretty much daily. i also try and stay clear from alcohol since im not really that big of a drinker anymore, but i do drink the ocasional beer without getting absolutley shit faced at social events like birthdays etc..

 

anyways this is kinda getting of topic i think, to actually answer the question, when im in thailand i usually eat 3 healthy meals a day in the form of cheap thai food like fried rice with chicken and shrimp and stuff like that while drinking alot of water ( atleast 4 liters a day to counter the heat and dehydration since i walk alot ) and the ocasional beer every few days or even if im feeling up for it some thai whisky mixed with coke usually

 

this is where I struggle with thai food. Cheap -agreed! ....healthy? - hmmm fried white rice and chicken cooked in oil. 

 

I find it hard to eat as healthy as i do in the UK. Most thai food seems to be wok cooked or with white noodles/rice. Found it hard to get decent volume of protein -best i found was a grilled chicken breast with salad at kiss food. Not very thai though! and boring to eat.

 

For the fruit shakes -just ask for no sugar -they all seem to understand

 

try to stay away from beer and drink sangsom & coke. Beer bloats me out.

 

Can't wait to get home and eat properly lol 

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Thailand has a huge variety when it comes to food, its not hard finding the healthy option, fragrant/sticky rice is great for carbs, kale in oyster sauce etc.. seafood/fish can be found almost anywhere, probably the healthiest cuisine on the planet.. when i compare it to the UK where if im at work there is either a chippy or garage supplying pasties or sandwiches/crisps which is a recipe for heartburn + weight gain, it's a struggle and costs me a fortune at the supermarket to do things right.

It's a pleasure to dine with Thai girls who know how to eat, fish and veg spices etc.. when compared to UK girls - pizza, kebab or cheesy chips (who i'd never dream of dining with anyway)

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I eat because i drink ,i hate drinking on an empty stomach and i usually feel sick to my stomach and get overly drunk if i dont eat.

 

My day usually start with a good breakfast around midday as i start to feel sick and start shaking if i wait to long to eat in the "morning" . I usually have a light snack like fruit during the day and a dinner around 8-9 at night, before the serious drinking starts. After that i'm ready to party as my stomach is lined with food so i can handle all the booze and beer 5555. I sometimes also have a snack before i go to bed around 3-4 in the morning.

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A couple Bm's mentioned seafood.. I have a couple of mates almost died from eating seafood in Pattaya.. Please keep in mind in Thailand there is health department to ensure the quality of food served in restaurants.. I eat non spicey thai food and mostly farang food.

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Coffee and couple of croissants for breakfast for me. Then all day long fresh fruit as much as I can eat. Then a Thai dinner. I tned to eat lots of fruit during the day and I find at the end of the holidays I've lost some kilos although I weigh around 80 kg.

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My diet's a mess in pattaya. If it was'nt for Skeeter, I'd go without food for day's on end.

 

Shout out  for Skeeter. You dont have to do it, but you go that extra mile, and I'm sure many a BM appreciate's your feeding of the 5000. Your just like Jesus brother. :Wassup1: 

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I have a good breakfast in a restaurant,and dinner before  I go out drinking and mongering.

Robw

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I eat a lot of pussy, with a desert of arsehole soup, all washed down with cunt cum.   :GoldenSmile1:

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My diet is pretty good...rice soup, khao man gai & pad kapow are favs in the morning...snack on crab / som tam on the beach in the daytime and a bit of variety in the evening...but I more than ruin any health gains by drinking so much more, every day than I do back home.  I'm 78kg right now...on my last holdiay I only added 0.5 kg...good food, sweating and eating less in the sun was a offset by a lot of drinking...good times

Hooray beer!

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Beer and kamagra mostly with the odd snack in between. Sad thing is, I'm not joking.

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I usually stay at a hotel with buffet breakfast and pig out . Next meal is in the evening. Always manage to put on weight. Damn Singha.

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I usually have some fresh fruit while I'm doing my 2-3 hours(sometimes 5-6) of walking/exploration in the early afternoon. Usually around 5pm or so I eat a meal. I have a few thai places I like to go, or sometimes I'll do falang food at beefeaters or pattaya beer garden. By 6-630 I'm back in the loom napping. I go out at 9pm and depending how the night goes, I'll get some kaow bing (the grilled sticky rice patties with loads of butter and salt) if I've been drinking a lot. If my 5pm meal was small and my LT is hungry I'll stop at Kiss on second road for a small thai meal before banging her out.

 

I've lost 20+ pounds on each of my month long trips, mainly because of the walking and the smaller portions I eat here. The urge to binge eat fades away in the heat. Every time I come home from patts in November I eat like crap from Thanksgiving through Xmas and new years. This year I didn't get on a diet until May. I gained 40 pounds from when I got home in November until May 15th. The combination of cold weather, not banging 2+ hot 20 year olds a day, and being downright depressed from being away from Patts causes me to binge eat most of the winter. This is why I should live in Thailand all year long, to stay healthy and slim.

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I do have a tendency to drink alot but I always try to get at least one good meal in per day. Despite nightly exercise I still manage to gain a few pounds with all the beer. 

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Absolutely love the Thai cuisine myself. When ordering a curry or Tom Yum I have to tell them "THAI SPICY, NOT FARANG SPICY, please." Very easy to get delicious veggies in in the form of morning glory or asparagus with chillies and garlic and oyster sauce. And fresh fruit is everywhere. It's really easy to eat healthy in Pattaya is that's what you want to do. To answer, I usually eat a western breakfast, then eat Thai for lunch and dinner. Sometimes skip lunch and graze on snacks/fruit throughout the day. 

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This year I didn't get on a diet until May. I gained 40 pounds from when I got home in November until May 15th. The combination of cold weather, not banging 2+ hot 20 year olds a day, and being downright depressed from being away from Patts causes me to binge eat most of the winter. This is why I should live in Thailand all year long, to stay healthy and slim.

 

You mean you would give up Brooklyn for Pattaya? Absolutely shocking. :GoldenSmile1:

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