Month: May 2021

Flashback Photo Spread Redux: Black Pagoda

Flashback Photo Spread Redux: Black Pagoda

May 30, 2021 By bangkok7

Hey friend, how’s your day going? I’m Seven, and this is my blog. I’ve another one out today over at bkknites.com called “The Sunday Rap” where our friend Jack Nites has provided for your viewing pleasure a photo album comprised of the lovely ladies of Black Pagoda–an awesome gogo bar in Patpong. He asked me

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Lockdown Lasses: Gogo Dancers At Home

May 23, 2021 By bangkok7

What’s up reader, how’s it hangin’? My name’s Seven, and you’ve found your way to my blog. These days, folks in Bangkok are cautiously optimistic about a near-future in which the current Koof-related lockdown measures are eased, and we can all go back to the bars, the temples…the massage parlours. In the meantime, though, since

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Lockdown Lasses: Gogo Dancers At Home
Naked Ninja Retrospective Part 1: Nan, Praew, Wan, and Baifern

Naked Ninja Retrospective Part 1: Nan, Praew, W...

May 16, 2021 By bangkok7

Salutations, web wanderer. My name’s Seven and this is my blog. The gogos remain closed, thus creating a problem for folks like me, whose websites rely on actual events happening in Bangkok’s red-light districts. So in the absence of something current to crow about, I’ve delved back into my old photo folders. For some years,

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Lockdown Number 3: A Monger’s Malaise

May 9, 2021 By bangkok7

A merry self-quarantine Sunday, gents. I don’t know about you, but when I look around Bangkok lately, it’s hard not to feel depressed. For over a decade, this Patpong gogo rat has spent nearly every single night beside a neon-lit stage in one red-light district or another, staring up at a crew of sexy starlets

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Lockdown Number 3: A Monger’s Malaise
Patpong Time Machine: 2016

Patpong Time Machine: 2016

May 2, 2021 By bangkok7

Happy mid-lockdown, web surfer. My name’s Seven, and this is my blog. Like you, I’m trapped in a malaise–a daze of day-after-day of no fun, nowhere to go, and nothing to do thanks to the overreaction to this ‘virus’ that only 2% of the globe has contracted, and that’s killed only 2% of them. In

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