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Assumption Samutprakarn.

Discussion in 'Schools you want to talk about' started by po3try, 29 Nov 2012.

  1. po3try

    po3try Thread Starter Guest

    Anyone know anything about this school? Apart from it being rather far away...
     
  2. Mati

    Mati Well-Known Member

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    Cal Roy Well-Known Member

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    Yes, it is a pretty school. Near where we have a place in Samut Prakarn. I left my resume and application there a year ago and never heard a peep.
     
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    po3try Well-Known Member

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    yeah i don't think i did either, Cal Roy
     
  5. Cal Roy

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    St. Joseph's is near there, too. Applied and died. BTW, if you want a cab to take you there, the Thais pronounce it sanyousep. Took me the longest time to figure out what my friends were talking about.
     
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    Go visit the boys' toilets. It often tells you a lot about a school.
     
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    gungchang Over the hill for at least the 6th time!

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    Three students exiting a stall does speak volumes, doesn't it?
     
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    Mister T Retired, fat and happy

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    Followed by a disheveled M4 girl? :thai wai:
     
  9. Cal Roy

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    My first school that I worked at and stayed only a week, was a government school near Nakon Sitamarat. I had a few free minutes one day, so I walked around the campus, including passing around the backside of the school. There I discovered that the lawn was mostly being watered by the boys.
     

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