Category: Frowback Friday

Delirium Days Part 10

Delirium Days Part 10

November 15, 2019 By bangkok7

Hey bros, what’s up. It’s Seven, with another frowback to those morose days when I was stuck in Los Angeles, eking out brief moments of ecstasy interspersed with long stretches of wretched solitude. When this particular blog got shat onto the internet, I was smack in the middle of my last relationship with a Caucasian

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Delirium Days Part 9

November 8, 2019 By bangkok7

Well hello there, friend. Thanks for stopping by Bangkok Seven’s record of his life before Thailand. 99% of it was misery, being that I lived in Los Angeles, a kingdom of vapid, self-absorbed, status-obsessed, money grubbing females who for the most part never deigned to look in my direction. Occasionally, however, I did manage to

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Delirium Days Part 9
Delirium Days Part 8

Delirium Days Part 8

November 1, 2019 By bangkok7

Happy Friday, internet roamer. You’ve found your way to my frowback series—at present, a collection of blogs that harken back to my days as a deperate misanthrope in Los Angeles, before I got wise and came to this dreamlike paradise called Thailand. Back in the US, my life consisted mostly of solitary contemplation complimented with

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Delirium Days Part 7

October 25, 2019 By bangkok7

Greetings programs, it’s me Seven, reporting from the red-light grid. I’ve found that it’s good for me to, from time to time, reflect back on the hellscape that I escaped from when relocating from California to Bangkok. It renews my appreciation for this Shangri-la of shagging. This Eden for hedonists. This haven for the craven.

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Delirium Days Part 7
Delirium Days Part 6

Delirium Days Part 6

October 18, 2019 By bangkok7

Hey dudes. How’s it hangin’? It’s me, Seven. I’ve got another frowback for you. Frowing all the way back to Twenty Aught-6. It was, for me, a time of despair. I had not yet discovered world travel, had no notion of relocating to Thailand, and was trapped in a prison of misery (prisery for short,

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Delirium Days, Part 5

October 11, 2019 By bangkok7

Hello, and happy Friday. Bangkok Seven here, with another frowback to help wile away the remaining hours between now and the weekend. The wine-soaked whine below was written in the years leading up to my exodus from the prison known as The United States, and it depicts my state of desperation, inebriation, isolation, and social

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Delirium Days, Part 5
Delirium Days, Part 4

Delirium Days, Part 4

October 4, 2019 By bangkok7

Hello again, Seven here. Returning to the interweb to post another Frowback in the vein of the last few Fridays. It’s a drunken, wine-soaked litaise (literary malaise, copyright BKK7) on the topic of impending death. I confess, it’s something I think about a lot, though the nature of that introspection has changed over time. When

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Delirium Days Part 3

September 27, 2019 By bangkok7

G’day, friend. It’s your man Seven, coming to you from deep in the Bangkok red-light district. It’s Frowback Friday, which for me means posting to the interweb a long-lost drunken soliloquy that was previously published on a now defunct online platform from the early 2000s. It paints a vivid picture of just how bleak the

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Delirium Days Part 3
Delirium Days, Part 2

Delirium Days, Part 2

September 20, 2019 By bangkok7

Well hello, friend. Seven here. Seeing as how it’s Friday, and on this day we here at PPNL like to frowback, I’ve submitted below for your contemplation another excerpt from my depressing past. Harken if you will back to the early 2000s when this now happy-go-lucky lothario lived a life of tenuous, seething solitude. Back

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Seven’s 10 Top 10: On the Road

September 13, 2019 By bangkok7

Hey there folks, it’s me, Seven. I meant to publish this frowback a month ago, and somehow forgot. It’s fore sure the last of the Top 10 lists, and it’s short but poignant. The topic–tips for traversing Thailand via roadway–touches on just how easy it is to die whilst on the road: 1-If you’re on

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Seven’s 10 Top 10: On the Road