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Club Electric Blue Recruiting Whores on Tagged.com

This makes a new low mark for humanity. Well, no, for Thai go-go bar owners who are, as a rule, sub-human to start with, possessing a Neanderthal intelligence and the moral fiber of a sea slug.

A little background is in order for the unwashed… Tagged.com is a second-tier social networking site, but with a redeeming feature, namely their Pets game. To succeed, as a rule, you have to cheat, so this space set up a few fake profiles using random hot-sexy-nasty images of Asian babes, and fake profile data including designating Thailand as the profile country.

Fast forward to today when multiple accounts began getting “Friend requests” from a profile belonging to a user called “Electrice B”. (Would love to give you a link, but after being reported, no doubt within mere minutes by numerous users, the account was marked as Cancelled.)

But the precaution was taken to screenshot that profile…

Club Electric Blue, a shitty Patpong go-go bar, trolls Tagged.com looking for new whores.

Club Electric Blue, a shitty Patpong go-go bar, trolls Tagged.com looking for new whores.

Yahoo accounts are, of course, the hallmark of a First Class Operation. Don’t you just love the feeling of trust and legitimacy that inspires?

Meanwhile, bop on over to the Club Electric Blue website, specifically their contact page (http://www.clubelectricblue.com/contact.htm) — oh boy! More Yahoo accounts! Can the ever-expanding respect for such a high-class operation possibly be contained?

Take a moment, won’t you, to use all of those email links and let them know what royal pieces of shit the owners of that bar and their webmaster really are? Maybe pick up the phone, give them a ring, and let them know just how you feel?

And if you happen to be in Patpong, please go no closer to Club Electric Blue than it take to throw a dead cat through their window.

This space can only hope that their scattershot approach also happened to piss off the daughters of a few well-placed Thais and we can garner the lulz of a major shit-storm in the coming weeks.

  1. Matt
    6 January 2011 at 14:00

    FYI, last year club Electric Blue in Patpong was voted by a wide margin as the best GoGo bar in Bangkok by the readers of Sukhumvit Psycho blog.
    Well ahead of Tilac, Shark or Rainbow 4.

  2. Bolsh
    8 February 2011 at 09:49

    I don’t see a problem here so long as the women are over 18. Are you some sort of repressed evangelical prude from America looking to save the world? If so, move on son, your sort gets laughed out of this place on a daily basis.

  3. Farang
    9 February 2011 at 06:53

    I’m not sure what the issue is with Yahoo accounts. Basically, the four main email account providers are:


    I’ve have accounts on all four. That’s mostly because when they all had their proprietary chat protocols you had to have an account on Yahoo to use Yahoo chat, a Hotmail account to use MSN chat, etc, etc.

    I used to use my Yahoo account pretty often because most of my work and business contacts were on Yahoo and we could chat if needed to. I only switched to Gmail for my main email account because I love how it works.

    Obviously if they’re engaged in shady practices of other sorts then they deserve to be singled out but the focus on Yahoo accounts seems rather petty.

  4. 6 March 2011 at 02:07

    Will have to give club electric blue a try next time im in Patpong Bangkok.
    Last time I went hunting in Patpong left alot to be desired and to think this was once the epi-center of Bangkok whoring. I read recently the Kings group have refurbished – its that damn night market thats ruined the place

  5. 15 November 2012 at 02:31

    we all should just hit the literal rewind button on all of ourselves, and that goes for yahoo too!
    all of us humans should just hit the literal rewind button on all of ourselves, and yahoo should be included in that too!

  6. 15 September 2013 at 06:53

    Ta3arof mohtaram

  7. 12 November 2014 at 15:53
  8. 27 December 2014 at 23:15

    00974 77575692

  1. 26 January 2013 at 21:42

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