And according to one such online (on bustle.com) survey 25 percent of daters have turned a one-night stand into a relationship.
So one in four people have had a one-night stand turn into a relationship. Given it started as a trade I suspect 1 in 10 could be estimated, at least in a short term capacity.
I am not sure my objective of the correlation here, I guess its trying to show there is not much difference in ratios between a bar girl and a one night stand. But having a relationship with a bar girl, sure those in one will defend it but does it come with unneeded risks – as let’s not forget the original motivation was money and security, as opposed to attraction, so what’s not to say that doesn’t change?
In the course of this piece you will see the term “Ferang or Falang” mentioned.Contrary to what you may have heard, it’s very rare to see a woman forced into this by violence.In most cases, it’s just pure economic survival that leads women down this path.A navy base was also set up in the southern part of Thailand, near Pattaya and sure enough, this Thai-farang relationship came into being there as well.Even after the war ended, military personnel from all over the world continued to visit this region by way of joint military exercises between Thailand and other countries, and women from Issan looking for a foreign husband continued to flock to Pattaya.Yet, these generalizations often get extrapolated to the general population quite often, all Thai women get unfairly painted with the same brush.