Warning: This post is sexually explicit, morally questionable and potentially offensive. If you are my parents or my parent’s friends, please don’t read this. Thanks -K
When I was a child I thought that ‘Bangkok’ was a dirty word. Â At the time I didn’t know that the real name for the city Bangkok is:
Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Yuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Phiman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit
In English this translates to:
The city of angels, the great city, the eternal jewel city, the impregnable city of God Indra, the grand capital of the world endowed with nine precious gems, the happy city, abounding in an enormous Royal Palace that resembles the heavenly abode where reigns the reincarnated god, a city given by Indra and built by Vishnukam
None of this matters at all because what you really want to know is: Â While in Bangkok were you involved in the degrading, demoralizing, dehumanizing, misogynist, anti-femenistÂ sexploitation of women?
Did you see a Ping-pong show?
To which I will say, yes. And it was a sight to behold.
A trip to Bangkok is not complete without a visit to the ne plus ultra of tourist ghettos, Khao San Road. The famed street of hostels and whores where you can not walk for 5 meters without hearing a man smacking his lips together, ostensibly theÂ sound thatÂ ping pong ball makes when exiting a vagina.Â Who can resist wheezy little men who sidle up to you with an overpriced drink list and a promise of sexual depravity?
Not us, apparently.
We soon found ourselves exiting a tuk-tuk and walking down the tiny, raucous Patpong alley where you could pursue the market for a handbag, purchase some fashionable Ray Bans or pop into one of the dozens of strip clubs that line the street.
I chose to look at the handbags. That’s right. Â We went all the way to Patpong, walked along the street and turned right around and went home. I just couldn’t manage to walk into a club full of boredÂ bikini-clad women, and watch them place foreign objects into their hoo-ha.
Round one winner: Moral Compass.
Round two went a little differently. Notably, I was drunk so it was much easier to walk into a dark club, order a 200 baht beer and watch a 75 year old woman shoot a pellet gun with her kegel muscles.
The club was full of incredibly bored young women who stood on stage gazing soullessly at the crowd. Together we all watched as an old, skinny topless woman hopped on the stage and without Â any fanfare whatsoever whipped down her panties. Â She didn’t shimmy or shake or dance, she simply stepped on stage, grabbed both sides of her red underwear and pulled them down.
Grandma had the hooha of a teenager.
She enthusiastically placed a hollow stick inside herself, took aim at the floating balloons and with her legs spread wide, shot a bullet and burst the balloon. I wasn’t quite sure what I was seeing. Is it even possible to shoot a pellet out of your va-ja-ja?Â We watched a young guy from the audience joined her on stage, placed a balloon in his mouth and closed his eyes. POP! Yes it is possible and the woman had perfect aim.
I learned that there are a lot of things that you can do with your vagina, like open coke bottles!
I watched a man pull eight feet of multi-colored neon ribbon from a woman’s vagina. He pulled and pulled and pulled until yards of ribbon stretched across the room and gathered at his feet.Â I saw a woman use a straw to suck up tiny rings and gently stack them in a row. But the highlight of the night and the real reason d’etre was the ping pong show.
It’s exactly like what you imagine, except you’re HOLDING THE PING PONG PADDLE.
This I did not expect. Â I didn’t realize that this was a two-player game. It wasn’t until a bright orange ball was bouncing towards my chair that I realized that I could either hit the ball back or have it touch me.
Please god, don’t let the ping pong ball touch me.
Although by this point in the night I could barely focus (having indulged in several courage boosting belgian beers) and my hand-eye coordination was severely impaired, I managed to hit almost all of the ping pong balls. Mostly because they don’t move that quickly. Â The balls sort of bounced towards me rather than fly. Â I assume that’s because it’s really fucking difficult to shoot a fucking ball out of your hooha.
And now we’re seen it all and there is only one thing left to do.
Tonight we leave for India where we will drive a rickshaw from Goa to Mumbai. That’s right! Â It’s time for the nine-day ass numbing, death defyingÂ Rickshaw Challenge.
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Wanna bet Mom doesn’t read this?
BEST ENTRY EVER!! (purposeful double entendre)
Haha, we both had to read that twice to catch it! Then we actually laughed out loud =D