A Few Strange (and Possibly False) Laws You Might Experience in Thailand [Season 2, Episode 61]

2017-12-03T20:28:21+00:00


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On this episode we get into a few vague, strange – and possibly even non-existent – rules that you may or may not bump up against in Thailand. From buying chainsaws to changing your name to flying helicopters to losing your &$%@#! “book bank” (known throughout the rest of the world as bank books), these are things that govern the nuances of every day life. Greg reads ’em off, Evo plays Devil’s Advocate to try and discount them, and we land somewhere around the middle.

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