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Friday T&A: Phnom Penh Pal Edition

by | Jan 25, 2019 | fat girl jihad, Uncategorized | 2 comments

Friday is here again, and thank God for that, as always. It has been a busy week, full of good developments (and a few bad ones, I admit) for us on the Hard Right. And there is nothing better to round off a good week than a hot girl who leaves little to the imagination.

The girl in question this week is named Debbie Sath, and while she is ostensibly from Australia, by ethnicity she is actually Cambodian. So she makes for an interesting exotic mix, to say the least. A bit like those Chex-Snax, or whatever the hell they’re called – I have no idea, I stopped eating that stuff years ago.

In case you have never been to Cambodia, I do recommend a visit. The last time I went was… umm… er… come to think of it, remembering that is a bit of a challenge, which just shows you how long in the tooth I’ve gotten. It was so long ago that I think I’ve got readers younger than that time span…

Actually, it was back in early 2002, back when Cambodia was just emerging from the ruination of a sort of civil war and the utter destruction of its economy under the Khmer Rouge. The Khmer people had been through hell for about forty years by that point, and their country reflected it.

But actually, it was a remarkably nice place to visit. Yes, it was desperately poor and there were huge challenges with the infrastructure, but overall it was a good experience. My fellow travelers and I got to visit several legendary historical sites – the highlight of the trip was, of course, the visit to Angkor Wat, the massive religious and political complex located some 7 hours (!!!) by boat up a river from the capital.

As for the women – I cannot say that I remember very much of anything about them. I will say that I went on a couple of dates when I was in the US with a girl whose family was originally from Cambodia. Their women tend to be short and dark, so if that’s your thing, then there you go. Personally I think Thai women are far better looking, though.

Anyway, I went and found a girl from that part of the world who is actually quite good looking, and evidently has no problem showing that fact off.

Enjoy the weekend, chaps. Get some rest, drink some booze, and be sure to give thanks to the Almighty for all that is good in this world. In these troubled times, it is easy to forget to be grateful and happy for what we have – and the fact is that most of us have much to be thankful for.

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2 Comments

  1. Dire Badger

    So…with the blonde hair, who exactly does she look like?

    I will give you a hint… it was Chris' first Marvel Hero.

    Reply
    • Didact

      Come to think of it… yeah, she does look quite a lot like Jessica Alba from those first two dreadful Fantastic 4 movies.

      Jessica Alba cannot act, as we know well by now, but she was by far the best thing about those two films.

      Reply

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