Ms. Connie

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21 Jan 06
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms. Connie, First of all let me thank you for the wonderful column you write every month. It is a real treat, a treat I am desperately looking forward to the whole month, actually counting the days until the next Sticky Rice comes out. Now cutting to the creme, let me come to... Read more

17 Dec 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Hi there Ms. Connie Thank you for paying me the compliment of publishing my letter and giving such a witty reply as usual. I must apologize but I am not German. Sorry! I must reword that. I am not German, but was actually born in what was Rhodesia 100 years ago, so suppose I am an... Read more

19 Nov 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms. Connie All of my expat acquaintances wax lyrical at your pearls of wisdom dispersed with tongue in cheek irony, firstly in Thai Guys and now in Sticky Rice. I would be most obliged as the font of information that you are, if you could elucidate a few points that have me ... Read more

22 Oct 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms. Connie, I hope you don’t mind my titling my letter. But it makes for more brevity regarding what I am about to confide to you. No this letter is not a political one moaning yet again about the Bushites and their crawfish bake at their ranch in Crawford, Texas. No it is no... Read more

10 Sep 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms. Connie, Recently a friend of mine suggested I go to Thailand because of the amazingly friendly, tantalizing young men that a man of my vintage can find there. Then another friend of mine said that because I am sixty years old, somewhat rotund, and short (many of my less t... Read more

30 Jul 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms Connie: Dear Ms. Connie, I am about to embark on my first trip to Thailand. I am a rather shy person and do not do well in the bar scene. I am also somewhat corpulent (fat) and so I do not like going to saunas either. From discussions with my friends, I underst... Read more

19 Jun 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms Connie Your reply to “A Man on Island of Man” is almost totally devoid of any literary, intellectual or comic merit whatsoever. We know it’s a tradition on “The Gay Scene” to pay good money to be insulted by bitter, gin-soaked old queens from the safety of the stage, but i... Read more

14 May 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms. Connie, I recently returned back to my home in the Isle of Man after a fabulous few weeks in Thailand. During my stay I was able to read “Thai Guys” and its later version, “Sticky Rice” for a couple of issues before I had to return to my tiny island home to attend to my B... Read more

20 Mar 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms. Connie, Recently I traveled to Thailand for the first time. It was not long after my arrival that I encountered the expression, farang . In fact once I learned that the Thais use this word to designate all foreigners who are generally “white-skinned”, I was amazed at how... Read more

21 Feb 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms Connie: What am I doing? I’ve asked myself that question many times in the months that I’ve lived in Bangkok. The question is not a pretty one but I keep asking what am I doing when I take a young Thai guy home for an evening? Am I really helping him or just p... Read more

29 Jan 05
Ms. Connie's Column
Dear Ms Connie, Your column has often been a source of pleasure for me when I have been whiling the hours away on the night shift at the Mont Neige Bleu Ice Hotel where I work as the night watchman in Lac St.Jean, Quebec. Fortunately I am able to use the Internet to connect to you... Read more

16 Dec 04
Connie Lingus Advice Column
Dear Ms Connie, So often when I read letters from your correspondents I find they are tales of woe and disaster. Since it is the festive season when we are all supposed to be jolly and full of frolic, I thought I owed the sisterhood my story. This is my narrative. It ma... Read more

17 Nov 04
Connie Lingus Advice Column
Dear Ms. Connie In anticipation of a trip to Thailand last year, I decided to do a little preliminary research and make preparations to meet someone special before I arrived. Several of my friends here in Brighton who had been to Thailand, suggested that it would be mor... Read more

20 Oct 04
Connie Lingus Advice Column
Dear Ms. Connie, Sometimes when I read your advice column, I have difficulty taking your advice to your correspondents seriously. At times you seem to touch on serious issues which your readers address, seeking your advice. As someone who has had a long term relationshi... Read more

9 Sep 04
Connie Lingus Advice Column
Dear Ms. Connie, First of all I want to ask you your opinion regarding same sex marriage. Is there such a phenomenon in Thailand and have men married each other legally? Recently I am happy to report, two of our courts of appeal, in Canada, gave approval to same sex mar... Read more

21 Jul 04
Connie Lingus Advice Column
Dear Ms. Connie, I am a long time resident of Bangkok. I have been working teaching English here since the early 1970’s. Needless to say I have seen a lot of changes in the Big Mango, not to speak of personal changes as well. I have been reading your column for several ... Read more

17 Jun 04
Connie Lingus Advice Column
Editor’s Note: Ms. Connie Lingus is currently taking her annual vacation in Transylvania over Songkran to escape buckets of klong water thrown in her direction. She is traveling with her trusty companion, Bunlert, who is trying out his noodle recipes on the peasant sheep herders of the Transylvanian... Read more

6 May 04
Connie Lingus Advice Column
Editor’s Note: Ms. Connie Lingus is currently taking her annual vacation in Transylvania over Songkran to escape buckets of klong water thrown in her direction. She is traveling with her trusty companion, Bunlert, who is trying out his noodle recipes on the peasant sheep herders of the Transylvanian... Read more

17 Mar 04
Connie Lingus Advice Column
Dear Ms. Connie, This letter I hope will be a bit of a catharsis for me. I have read your column for several years and often wondered how so many of your readers who write to you for advice could be so gullible. Naturally we never believe that we, ourselves, would fall ... Read more

12 Feb 04
Connie Lingus Advice Column
Dear Ms. Connie, My boyfriend and I have been living together for three years. He runs his own restaurant and I teach at a language school outside of Bangkok. We live a pretty regular life considering. Our small town seems to accept us as a Thai and farang living togeth... Read more
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