A guy shared a story with us on how he went for a Thai Massage in Bangkok and requested for the masseuse to massage harder by saying ‘Nak Nak’, which is a common term used to ask for the masseuse to use more strength when massaging.
However, the masseuse proceeded to climb on top of him and rode him under her uniform.
It turns out that the masseuse had heard him wrongly and thought that he was asking for ‘Piak Piak’ instead of asking for her to use more strength for massage.
Here is the story
I went to Bangkok for holiday with a group of my bros after the borders had reopened.
We walked passed a massage parlour on one of our days there and decided to go in for a good rub after a long day of walking around the streets.
Each of us were assigned a masseuse and off we go into our individual rooms for massage.
Halfway through, the masseuse was rubbing an area which I had a real ache on and I decided to use Thai to ask her to massage harder.
I said ‘Nak Nak’, which is a term commonly used to ask them to massage harder and while I thought I had pronounced it well enough, she giggled and replied ‘Yes’ to me in Thai but she did not use any more strength.
Instead, she proceeded to caress me at my sensitive areas and climbed on top of me, allowing my ‘weapon’ access, which got me really puzzled.
However, I went on with the flow and after all was done, I told her that I actually wanted her to massage harder instead of doing what she did.
She then told me that she misheard me and thought that I was saying ‘Piak Piak’ instead (clearly she has been to SG before LOL).
She apologised and said that it is okay, I do not have to pay her as she was also feeling ‘needy’.
I gave her a generous tip and left the place a Happy Man.
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