Working 5 hours a day Monday til Thursday from 9 am to 3 PM non-stop teaching even while eating at lunch with other teachers and I'm surviving. Is anyone else out there surviving in these poor chalkboard broken fan schools out in the rice fields of Isaan? It is pretty easy though and I can make my own lesson plans but it is quite tiring. Does anyone know if this is a country wide government project of only paying westerners 200 baht an hour for 4 month contracts? Seems like I'm getting shafted by ying rak or maybe thats her nam rak?
Surely you're joking.
"While Jim is milking the Russian Boar, I'm in the shade of a Baobab tree being served a cool drink by a beautiful young indigenous girl. "
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what are you nuts... i mean welcome to here
Well, okay, a wind-up then. 'Joking' wasn't my choice of word, but the sense of it in this context is clear enough.
Where I'm from joking is the same as wind up. We don't use wind up.
Good gig dood, I'm envious. How are the girls round there?
Is this a joke, a wind up or a pisstake?
I think he's joking up the piss...
outside of the low pay and the long hours it really doesn't look to be such a bad job.
I make that in about 3 days.......in America