Ginafish said:Just in the amount of time I was there, I would say there were aorund 7 to 10 tuk tuks that stopped and wanted signs put on theirs. That was WAY easier having them just stop by cuz they saw us out there on the street with them, than walking around Nong Khai and going after them. haha!!!
I'd like to know the stats. :) How long was the ninja team doing this and how many tuk tuks got signs?
PK said:While I want to just say yes, it depends on some things. First, I have to wait for the sunburn/chemical peeling of my skin to stop. Then it will depend on whether there will be raw sewage, where we would be going, and if you will be invoking 'tough love' and making me find places on my bike alone. (that is getting added to your growing list, Mr. Isara Man, right behind not showing up in Bangkok or Udon when I got here) ;D
Thanks for all your help, thartley. Are you up for doing some more?
wendygirl said:You'll have to find that commercial, I don't remember it... :) I wonder if there is a single bit of 'competitive spirit' in Thai children? Sometimes, the easiest way to make a chore turn into something that really gets done, is to say "Okay, first one to get this bag filled gets a special treat" :D Special treat being defined after the chore. Course, it'd also be nice if there isn't much evidence of a 'competitive spirit'. :)
Great job, PK and Thartley. PK, you need to learn to cry like the American Indian in the commercials - that's what worked for me. I hate littering.