Back in 2014, I met a lady named Poi who worked at the Kiss Cool Bar. She was their top superstar at the time, and to me, was very beautiful. I barfined her numerous times, and I really enjoyed her company. The first thing I noticed about her was how nice he was. I mean, she really had a sweet voice and was very gracious about everything.
The One Regret
As I got to know her a little better, I asked her what her thoughts were about working in an a-go-go establishment. She had a child back home, and was open to the idea of changing to a more profitable establishment because of it. All she wanted was to provide or her family.
We decided to visit Walking Street one night and check out some of the a-go-go’s. After visiting Happy A-Go-Go, Iron Club, Baccara and Sensations, I remember her telling me she would never fit in. Many of the ladies in these a-go-go’s had silicon and other types of surgery done. I remember telling her that not all guys like silicon, and that some guys rather prefer the real thing.
I got the sense that she was humbled, because she kept telling me she wasn’t pretty enough to work in these places. Later that evening I introduced her to my friends, Jane and May. Thankfully, Jane explained to Poi how things worked, the requirements, pay scale, prices etc. To make a long story short, that evening, Poi decided to finish her contract at her current bar and try for a contract at one of these a-go-go’s.
A few months later when I returned to Pattaya, I ran into Poi while looking for Jane and May. Poi looked terrific, and even more beautiful than when I last saw her. She gave me a big hug, and kept saying thank you for helping her. Obviously, I was happy for her, and glad she was doing better for herself and her family. I barfined her that night, and we went out to dinner to catch up.
She told me that life was much better, and she was making good money, and were able to provide enough money for her family. While we spent the night together, she kept thanking me to the point I found it a little annoying.
In the days coming, whenever I visited her a-go-go, she left whoever she was serving upon seeing me. I was appreciative that she remembered me, but didn’t want her to lose any customers over me. Later on it became a problem visiting her if I barfined someone else or brought a lady with me, my company did not like the attention I received from Poi.
The next few trips to Pattaya, I did not see Poi much. I had started visiting this a-go-go less frequently. I only saw her momentarily, usually when picking up Jane, who worked in the same a-go-go at that time. The last time I saw Poi was at Jane’s birthday, where I invited Poi to tag along. It was a fun night for everyone, and Poi was still looking good. In fact, she was smoking hot.
At one point we were slow dancing, and she started the “thank you for helping me” again. She asked me why I never came by to see her anymore, and if I didn’t like her any longer. I didn’t really respond to her question, not directly anyway, I shrugged it off.
Later that night, I went to the restroom, and when I came back Poi had left. I asked Jane what happened, and she told me that Poi thought I didn’t like her or didn’t want her there with us. I was confused at that, since I had invited her in the first place. I asked Jane to call her, but Poi wouldn’t answer. The rest of that trip, I did not see Poi anywhere. Jane told me later that Poi had decided to take a few days off.
When I returned 4 months later, I learned from Jane that Poi had quit the a-go-go and moved on. I was sorry to hear that, and regretted not trying to keep in touch with her better. It dawned on me that I should have spent more time with her, and listen to her more.
They say that sometimes the girls change when they become successful in a bar or a-go-go, but I honestly did not feel that Poi ever changed. She was always the sweet, kind hearted lady I met years ago. Always gracious and always courteous. If anything, or anyone changed between me and her, it was me.
Through Jane I met one of Poi’s friends, and learned that Poi is now out of the game, happily married, and possibly expecting another child. I wish nothing but the best for her as she is one that really deserve it.