If all you want to do is watch videos of pretty women
Call it Fun City, a Disneyland for Adults or Paradise, Pattaya has the most beautiful women on the planet. The challenge is surviving Pattaya without taking a huge financial hit from Pattaya bar girls.
The truth is over90 percent of newbies to Pattaya bar girls completely disregard the advice of expats who actually live in Pattaya while failing to read the right books that can save them a lot of heartache later.
This Pattaya Bar Girls section in the Fun House focuses on shaking Pattaya newbies out of such arrogant complacency. It will recommend only the best books about Pattaya bar girls and the mysterious ways of Pattaya women. Its purpose is to offer the unvarnished truth discovered by real expats living in Pattaya today. These are men who have lived full time in Pattaya for years and have learned to deal with a value system that is 180 degrees different from their own. The advice you will find here is from expatriates living outside their native countries who are not ashamed to admit their many mistakes with Pattaya bar girls.
Welcome to the Fun House
Welcome to the Fun House is the only book Jack Corbett has written about Pattaya Bar girls and what it is really like living in Pattaya as an expat. Welcome to the Fun House casts Pattaya as a whacky off the rails fun house of expats living in an idyllic condominium community designed, organized and presided over by the visionary Herman the German, the builder-developer of the Bahthaus, who has more money than God. But when one of the Fun House Expats is murdered and the murder is ruled an accident the committee overseeing the Fun House community must suddenly decide between acceptance or taking the law into their own hands.
But how real is the Funhouse really? Surely that condo full of regenerated middle-aged men and Seniors surely could not be misbehaving as badly as say, the college boys in National Lampoon’s zanny movie-comedy Animal House that inspired the Funhouse. But they are. Just consider that for two years author Jack Corbett actually was on the committee running the condo building that inspired the Fun House. A few years later, after Welcome to the Fun House was published Jack would become chairman of the new committee overseeing his condo’s affairs. The value of such experience is incalculable.
Death on the Wild Side
Death on the Wild Side was Jack Corbett’s first book.Death on the Wild Side is about a beautiful, charismatic stripper and her customer-boyfriend who becomes hopelessly addicted to her. So what does this have to do with the Funhouse, Pattaya, or Pattaya bar girls? An awful lot, actually. Sure, top stripper, Lori Mellon’s American so she’s not a Thai girl but the addiction is the same, and in many ways the East St. Louis topless club scene is similar to Walking Street go-go bars in Pattaya.
Jack Corbett has written and published two other books, Extreme Guns and Babes for an Adult World, that has absolutely nothing to do with Thailand or Pattaya Bar Girls and Dick Fitswell, the man in Quest for the Perfect Fit, which very well might but only in the sense that Dick Fitswell is quite possibly the ideal champion of how Pattaya newbies really should misbehave.
Must Read books about Pattaya Bar Girls by other writers
No visitor wanting to sample Thailand’s unparallelled smorgasbord of Pattaya bar girls should even think about dealing with Pattaya bar girls before reading either Neil Hutchison’s Money Number One or Fool in Paradise and Stephen Leather’s Private Dancer. Just take your pick, choose either Money Number One or Fool in Paradise. Both are equally well-written. Both deliver the same messages and warnings that should be heeded at all costs. But be forewarned. In the past few months Neil’s books have been forced off the shelves of Thailand’s book shelves due to complaints from some of the natives that they give Thais a bad name. Which means you will have to get your copy from an out of the way used book shop or get Neil’s priceless words of wisdom online from his web site Money Number One. Neil just happens to be a Pattaya expat just like Jack, and the two have even been known to have a few beers together now and then. But Stephen Leather is a cat of a different feather. For one thing, he doesn’t even live in Pattaya. Leather started his writing career as an English journalist. Since then he’s written and published over 20 novels most of which are thrillers set in a variety of locations world wide. Nevertheless, Private Dancer is a MUST READ classic about Thailand bar girls. In fact the female protagonist of Private Dancer works in a Bangkok go go bar so she’s not even a Pattaya bar girl. Either way, dire things can happen to the man who lets his judgment founder when it comes to dealing with Thai women.