This guy has it down!
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And the wedding gala!
The entire wedding cost him about 2,000 baht.
I found it kinda sad.
Very. The guy has a huge youtube channel full of thai vids ...
My favourite parts...
"Have we finished the prawns? Uh...there's a little bit of soup left...OK, that's all...let's enjoy"
"Hello, Baby, heh heh heh..."
"How are you, today?"
Lifts glass: "I'm really good and, uh, congratulations that it's your birthday...erm...on your wedding...heh heh..."
The groom doesn't appear to be a native English speaker. Where do you think him and his mate Vincent are from?
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My alternative universe...
Así pues, aquí estamos.
When I was in America a guy told me to 'have a nice day' but I didn't, so I sued him
I guess you don't even need to speak the same language these days to get married. The langue d'amour instead.
The groom is from Italy originally..the first video is hilarious. He's pointing down the street..as if the mother could see where he was pointing to.
He turning her into a table tennis slave!
This is where I have been training table tennis in 2012 the most, and offer a couple of tips to my wife who has taken up table tennis for the first time.
I am possibly lucky enough to have finally gotten myself married, and a wife that wants to take up table tennis seriously.
Because we have been living in Thailand I haven't been able to get her and time on the table or a chance to teach her my robot back home, but know she has got potential.
For me it is an immense joy to see her try playing for her first time, and reminds me of when I took up table tennis with more than a pre adult passion. I can't remember when I first had a few swings as a kid, I am more interested in when I can remember as an adult and that point at which I decided this is what I want to do seriously.
At about my late 20s I went to a few parties that had a table under the house and just rememner I loved the fun of it. Took seeing my cousin who said he plays table tennis regularly at the club, and then finally thought dam it, I want a table to play on at home.
I bought it, played with my brother and my cousin a few times until my cousin invited me to fill in to play at the local club for him on the team. Dam I was in awe of all the players even though we were at the bottom division. This introduction sparked my fire to improve, because it was my first time to see higher levels playing.
I never thought I could ever improve. But after about 7-10 years I can't remember I slowly got up into the A grade.
I am now wondering seeing my wife's interest, seeing her play her first time, and having me to coach her will she be able to fly to the top even faster, if we don't have other life important things get in the way?
I would like to know about how people got into table tennis the first time and how you played what were your strengths?
It's probably just little old us looking at him ...