Category: Seven’s Weekly

Seven’s Levels of American Tinder Hell

Seven’s Levels of American Tinder Hell

August 2, 2020 By bangkok7

What’s up, gents. So today is my release date. Out of quarantine and back into society. Into the wild. Into the red-light. I’m sure I’ll have a lot to say about it next week, but in the meantime, here’s a semi-interesting distraction… During my long sojourn in Los Angeles, I didn’t do much. The governor

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Some Current Patpong All-Stars

July 26, 2020 By bangkok7

Hello reader. As we (and when I say we I mean you, since I’m currently trapped in a quarantine hotel on Sukhumvit) prepare to go back to the gogo bars, I wanted to offer a preview of some of the Pong’s most pulchritudinous pieces of poontang that will adorn the gogos. These are some of

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Some Current Patpong All-Stars
Covid Conquered: A Thai Expat De-patriated

Covid Conquered: A Thai Expat De-patriated

July 19, 2020 By bangkok7

Greetings from a quarantine hotel in Bangkok, everyone. Yes, I am back. The bitch is back. Back in the old BKK. It feels good. It feels right. The room is small, and the windows don’t open, and the air-con makes the room either freezing cold or balmy as balls. But the coffee is free and

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The Upside of Exile

July 12, 2020 By bangkok7

If you know any Thai expats trapped abroad, you might have an idea about the nightmare known as Corona exile. I’m one of those poor unfortunate souls kept out of Eden, with an invalid ticket to Paradise, stuck in the muck and mire of the hellscape of Los Angeles, California, USA—a rapidly declining socialist shithole

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The Upside of Exile
A Tale of Two Thailand Snorkeling Trips

A Tale of Two Thailand Snorkeling Trips

July 5, 2020 By bangkok7

Whilst I am trapped in the US waiting for the inane, brainless Thai government to pull its thumb out of its ass and allow foreign residents to return, I’ve been reminiscing over some of my more memorable experiences in Thailand. In this week’s weekly, I’m covering two separate Thailand snorkeling excursions—one fantastic, one terrible. Let’s

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Some Gogo Dancers’ Lockdown Lives

June 28, 2020 By bangkok7

What’s up reader, happy whatever day this is that looks and feels just like the last hundred or so. While we’ve been deprived of our red-light districts, have you wondered what those sexy pole dancers are up to? Has it crossed your mind to ponder how those stage sirens have been wiling away their time?

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Some Gogo Dancers’ Lockdown Lives
Making a Naked Ninja

Making a Naked Ninja

June 21, 2020 By bangkok7

Hey there, reader. It’s me, Bangkok Seven. Still trapped in the US, still waiting for the junta-govnt brain trust to end the flight ban. Still missing the gogo bar like crazy. But rather than dwell on the present grim state of things, I offer a brief distraction: my process for creating a Naked Ninja. What’s

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Breaking In a New Harem Girl: Electric Blue-galoo

June 14, 2020 By bangkok7

Greetings, reader (I’m talking to the one person who actually reads my blogs). It is I, Bangkok Seven, still trapped in the hellish Orwellian nightmare that is the United States. I know we’re both missing the gogo bars and the red-lights, and I’m especially missing my harem. So in an effort to distract us from

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Breaking In a New Harem Girl: Electric Blue-galoo
Patpong Pictorial Review-Preview

Patpong Pictorial Review-Preview

June 7, 2020 By bangkok7

For this week’s blog I’d planned to post a step-by-step how-to guide for landing a gogo dancer but I’ve been so busy over last 7 days with my application to re-enter the Kingdom of Thailand that I didn’t finish it. So instead, I offer this lovely photo album of Patpong gogo dancers past and present.

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Coronostalgia: Remembering the Pre-Virus Red-Light

May 31, 2020 By bangkok7

Well in the space of 24 hours I went from jubilance at the news of foreign work permit holders’ admission back into Thailand to total despair at the news that in order to get in, I must apply for entry through my local Embassy—an Embassy that’s closed due to Covid—and there’s no guarantee I’ll get

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Coronostalgia: Remembering the Pre-Virus Red-Light