Massages


#1

So what’s the real story with these “services” that are offered in the newspapers daily. Now, although I do accasionally wake up a little stiff :sunglasses: , I’d like to know what services they do ligitimately offer.


Massage in Taiwan
#2

Come on Amos your a Bart Mooning Generalissmo, certainly you know whats up with that. The call, the quote, the knock a the door, the new quote, the comfort, the cigarette, the lie to your buddies “I never pay for it”.

Recently, by lobbying a legislator looking to get his name into the press, and by prodding the media… a certian station that loves to annoy foriegners an “enquiring minds…” nest of jabber jockies, legitimate license holders forced the issue. Democracy in acttion. Selcetive justice in a kangaroo court but a the process was right in that it worked through the system.

This Month in Taiwan has dropped all but two, who held licenses, as they are all essentially illegal. Self censorship. The only folks allowed to advertise a legal massage are those with license… typically the blind and handicapped. They too use the seductive approach. Most of the others were placed by a single advertiser (read pimp) using different telephone numbrs to fool you. Other papers jumped on the bandwagon by dumping on TMIT … but did not drop the ads them selves, not even when the ran the critical articles, and inone case on the opposite page. Cheeeky b’stards.

Vote all the rags off the island and start fresh with forumosa threads. Trash mouth all the same but more elements of the truth involved.

Chou


#3

I am in Thailand right now and just got a thoroughly unbelievable massage…no, you leches…no “boom boom”…just Thai massage…

Out of this f*#&%'n world…can we get Thai massages in Taipei?
…if not…I am gonna start a new business and import some of these lovelies…they sure know how to work a guy after he’s been sitting on his ass in the sun all day…

On my way to Koh Racha Yai tomorrow…I know this belongs with the travel threads but…hey I am on a roll…So…anyone been to KRY?

I will fulfill my community duties and start a thread (in the right place) later in the week…meanwhile…enjoy work tomorrow everyone… :smiling_imp: :smiling_imp: :smiling_imp:


#4

Amos, once i called one of these places and this is what I got, for NT$4,500. I was staying in a hotel in taipei for a business, my boss paid expenses. I called up the service. the manager lady said Sally would come over to my hotel room. SHe did. She gave me a powder massage first, while i was fully unclothed, and she was fully CLOTHED. Then, she asked me if i wanted a special service. I said what is that. she said penis massage. how much i asked. another two thou. So i anted up, since i could put this on my expense account anyway, and curious to see.

she then took off her clothes, she was mainland girl, 23, gorgeous tits, sweet face, did what she said she would do, slowly and sensually, and it was worth every penny. no intercourse, at least not on my shift (shaft). she said some girls do, but it is NT$10,000 for the effing eff.

she said her boss was waiting outside in a cab and then she left.

sweet memories


#5

formosa, good story. Thanks for the laugh.


#6

wahhh!!

This sort of thing could be promoting illegal activities in Taiwan, but probing minds need to know huh! :shock:

An interesting story but is it true?

I heard about the girls who will take a bath in a “hot” pool with you being just a cover for “boom boom”.

Why is it that these kind of things are never in the tourist books? :wink:

I thought that the TV shows in Motels in Taiwan were bad enough :shock: Uncensored porn :shock: but now I hear that Motels are now equipped with chairs with styrups and a system that turns on when your cell phone rings, the system generates noises of a crowded restaurant or freeway or some other place rather than the deviant behaviour that is really going on (although driving on Taiwan’s freeways one will encounter deviant behaviour).


#7

The only motel I have slept in here was equipped with a steam(y) bath. Does that qualify?

NT$10k for a f*ck? That’s expensive.


#8

The last one that I stayed in had a TV with the steamy bath. The steamy bath is ok but the TV, let’s just say that that sort of thing is not my bag.


#9

The last one that I stayed in had a TV with the steamy bath. The steamy bath is ok but the TV, let’s just say that that sort of thing is not my bag.[/quote]
Was that a spanking new place somewhere right south of Tainan? I saw that combination there. With a jacuzzi thrown in for good measure. If you place your kids in the bath, then don’t turn the jacuzzi on whatever you do. They hated it and wanted out. They liked the tv, though, but preferred to watch Disney channel. I personally could think of better things to do with the missus in the thing.


#10

[quote=“Mr He”][quote=“Boss Hogg”][quote=“Mr He”]The only motel I have slept in here was equipped with a steam(y) bath. Does that qualify?
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The last one that I stayed in had a TV with the steamy bath. The steamy bath is ok but the TV, let’s just say that that sort of thing is not my bag.[/quote]
Was that a spanking new place somewhere right south of Tainan? I saw that combination there. With a jacuzzi thrown in for good measure. If you place your kids in the bath, then don’t turn the jacuzzi on whatever you do. They hated it and wanted out. They liked the tv, though, but preferred to watch Disney channel. I personally could think of better things to do with the missus in the thing.[/quote]
My boy loved the Jacuzzi and thought the jets were a blast. And about the “better things to do” - I hear ya , I hear ya! :wink:


#11

Got my first Taiwan foot massage a couple of days ago. Very painful grinding of the man’s knuckle into the bottom, sides and top of the foot. After committing to the “massage” I learned that apparently it’s intended mostly to aid digestion. They gave me a chart of what body areas the foot sectors are linked to and virtually all were linked to intestines, colon, etc. I don’t think I’m sh*tting any better today, but I do have a slight limp.

Meanwhile, my gf requested a back massage. So the girl scraped her brutally with a bone till her back is practically bleeding. She tells me it doesn’t feel any better than before the treatment but it sure is colorful.

Does anyone know of where to get a real, legitimate, non-abusive muscle massage?


#12

See my family always confuses Thailand and Taiwan, perhaps I should shout them a massage at both places.


#13

I have long given up looking for a soothing massage in Taiwan. I go to Chiang Mai and I swear its like magic. They treat with you with such kindness and gentility. No “special services” but if I could dare say, the experience is better without.

In Taiwan I get pain, walking on my back, 16 layers of towels, and heavy handed chops disquised as massage.


#14

2 grand for a hand-job? WOW! :shock:
How much do you pay yourself? :sunglasses: