boyz town

Published December 4, 2013 by Campy

I was recently persuaded to go to boyztown after a lengthy absence and what a surprise. New people, new shows, new waiters and a great atmosphere. Once again the owners and staff at Asia’s oldest gay spot is attracting new clientele and rightly so.

I will never look at ten pin bowling the same again!


birthday party

Published December 3, 2013 by Campy

Hi peeps its been a long time. i have been busy with a new job and have neglected my duties as a snitch on the gay goings on in gay Pattaya and gay Jomtien.

Well the biggest news of the year: its my birthday on the 15th. Norman and Peky have kindly agreed to honour me with a party in QM bar and ? mark bar. They will provide music, food and dancing boys.

I have chosen the theme. It is schooldays. Anyone visiting the bar will see a poster that has a picture of me in school when i was 8. The picture is obviously black and white. It also has a more recent picture.

Here is the deal. Bring a picture of you from your schooldays. There will be a prize for the best Thai and best farang picture.

There will be a complimentary drink for anyone remotely dressed in a school uniform and a prize for the best dressed schoolie or school master.

Date is 15th December: time is 7pm or possibly earlier. I am inviting everyone i know but new friends are definitely welcome. Pass the invitation onto anyone who enjoys a great night out.

No cards or presents ( as if there would be) a tip to the waiters would make me very happy.

Gay Social Media

Published August 14, 2013 by Campy

Meeting a Gay Boy in Jomtien or Pattaya

I was talking to the owner and manager at QM in Jomtien when they told me a bout a visit from a farang. He had said that one of their staff went to his room for a bit of fun and stole all his money. He wanted to know what they were going to do about it. On further questioning it was revealed that the guy had actually met his date on a gay social media dating site: however the boy had said he had worked at QM which he had not.

It was pointed out that since they did not know of the lad what could they do? He was not happy.

I have a couple of friends who meet guys from these sites and are constantly amazed that the boys are not what they said they were or that their picture did not match at what turned up at their door. I am sure that some of the boys feel the same, as my friends are 10 years older in real life and a bit heavier!

caveat emptor and cheap charlie be aware of who you meet in dating sites and on the street. Play it safe and stick to reputable bars. I am not saying that all bar staff are honest and all dating site guys are crooks but i go with the averages.

Many bar owners can put you on the right track for a safe and fun date. Its worth the spondoolies.

broke | character | success

Published July 11, 2013 by Campy

Gay Pattaya a place for characters?

Sometimes people get mixed up with being a character and having character. No amount of lying or bragging gives you character it simply makes you a character and possibly laughing stock. Having character means having moral fiber, integrity, charm, a spirit of fairness, compelling personality. Being a character is eccentric or oddball: history and Pattaya are awash with them. None of themever seemed overly happy.

I wonder how one gay person introduces another person who is not rolling in cash. Have you noticed that when people talk about others they say that so and so is loaded; obviously meaning that they deserve respect or something because of an alleged bank balance no matter how it was acquired. Rarely do you hear anyone introducing someone as a great painter or musician or businessman or philanthropist etc. Maybe there are none here!

Broke does not equal broken. Does broke mean penniless or bankrupt of charitable thoughts? I know more of the latter than I do of the former.

Broken on the other hand is dispirited and devoid of hope. It is up to us who are not broke nor broken to help those in need. Be it a kind thought or action.


“To laugh often and love much; to win the respect of intelligent persons and the affection of children; to earn the admiration of honest citizens and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to give of one’s self; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to have played and laughed with enthusiasm and sung with exultation; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived—this is to have succeeded.”

Yep: that will do me

Have a great day

when free is not good enough

Published July 11, 2013 by Campy

Gay Pattaya events

I am constantly surprised and amazed  that some of the expats here want something more than free when they attend a free night out.

Is this enough?

  1. complimentary buffet
  2. sexy dancing boys
  3. free entertainment

Apparently not. I am sure some people (mainly expats) go to parties at bars just to complain. Do they contribute anything to charity? I would hardly things so.

I am sure if a venue had Thailand’s cutest boys serving them caviar and Krystal they would fucking complain that eggs and sparkling wine doth not make a good night out.

Why not join in before its too feckin late! There are no safety deposit boxes in a coffin. Nor are they entry prices at the gates of heaven or hell — probably. Even if it is free to get in they will complain : too hot here or to many fucking angels with harps.



been busy

Published June 30, 2013 by Campy

My apologies to my audience: don’t i sound like a diva. I have been partying and helping out here and there. As usual things are always on the move.

The chaps at QM bar have got a thing for sherry at the moment (the drink not a ladyboy) and I have to admit to partaking of this lovely party maker. Unfortunately the morning afters have a direct correlation to the imbibing and frivolity of the night before.

QM had another of their successful parties. Norman and Pekky invest time and money to put these shows on and it is always a great night. I will be at Pekky’s on the 10th.

QM has a sms service offering social updates and special offers. If you want to know what is happening register

Welcome to 2 new “expats”. Hal and Dek have certainly settled in and are overtaking some of us locals in trying to drink Chang breweries dry.

Ganymede has lost its ever popular F&B manager Stu, who is moving on to pastures new. Funnily enough I though only old cows ate in pastures. Well: if the cap fits. As soon as we know his new pasture we will let all his regulars know.

P2 is the new hair and manicure place in Jomtien Complex. This is a must visit however what you ask for might not be what you get. However a smile is guaranteed.

Normally i only promote strictly gay owned or managed venues but whilst Stu is not at Gany i strongly recommend the best Irish bar Pattaya has. The breakfast at O’Garas on Pratumnak Road is stunning and do not be fooled by the small brekky: it is anything but small and size is important. I have noticed a few friends of Dorothy have a cheap beer there.

I am not hearing much our of Sunnee or Boyz Town: anybody have any news?

As for wisdom this came from Bob Bradford

I am not an alcoholic
alcoholics go to meetings
i am a drunk
i go to parties
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