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John Moore


Free Member, Karratha

SEXUAL ORGANS, With a Very Sad Story, Within!!!

Aloha, Thomas McAlexander!!!

I took these photo's on the Lamai Beach on the Island of Koh Samui.
It comes with the sad tale below.
The Grandmother and Grandfather rocks.
These rocks are located about a kilometre south of Lamai on the beach and
tell of a very sad tale of an old couple, who lived on the Island.
Folklore has it, that the old couple by the name of Ta (Grandfather)Kern
and his wife Yak (Grandmother) Rime, who lived with their son in the
Southern Province of Nakhon Si Thammarat.
Their son had come of age and they felt it was time he got married.
Early one morning they set sail in their rather small boat for the
neighbouring Province of Prachuap Khiri Khan.
They were to meet with Ta (Grandfather) Monglai and ask for his
beautiful daughters hand in marriage to their Son.
During their sea voyage, their small boat was suddenly swallowed up by
the turbulent stormy ocean, unfortunately neither could swim at all and
never made it to the shores.
It is said that the ocean turned into rock and so too did the old folks.
Their sexual organs turned to rocks as proof to the would brides
parents of their true intentions.
The rocks are still there to this day.
Believe it or Not!!
Have a wonderful day my friends and be happy!!

Outback John, Udon-Thani Thailand.

Comments 28

  • Wilhelm H. 07/03/2007 13:36

    I love the story and the piczure and I´m glad you had a good time in Germany
    Greeting mate
    Wilhelm
  • Donna Richens 03/11/2007 12:15

    Interesting story, great capture!
  • David Bu. 03/08/2007 22:23

    The story is sad, but the rocks look rather bizarre ;-)

    It's a pleasure to see pictures of you after this long break.

    best wishes
    David
  • Marc Thys 03/06/2007 10:22

    Thanks for the story and special pic John.
    Regards,Marc.
  • JVision 03/06/2007 7:49

    What a sad story :-( but on the other hand the rocks are fascinating.
    Greetings
    Jutta
  • Anna C. Heling 03/04/2007 20:57

    a very interesting story, a very nice picture...
    by and nice greetings, claudia
  • Christoph Juchli 03/04/2007 18:16

    Fascinating!
  • Anca Silvia B. 03/04/2007 14:33

    Good capture and story as usual,John!
    Cheers,Anca
  • Stefan S. Mosley 03/04/2007 12:18

    Great photo and story, friend. Watching that photo makes you admire and pay tribute to the virility of the well-endowed grandpa! Grandma was apparently a bit on the flat side! ;o)
    Chees
    Stefan
  • Dragomir Vukovic 03/04/2007 9:56

    great work John
  • Carsten CCGG Gabbert 03/03/2007 20:49

    cool, +++

    lg carsten
  • Kerstin Jung 03/03/2007 19:30

    Interesting story and good photo of these rocks. We are on the island of Koh Samui mid of April. So I know where to go now to see something strange and interesting...
    Greetings Kerstin
  • Cees Kuijs 03/03/2007 16:38

    Interesting story, John. Good capture of those amazing rocks. keep him up, eh it up...., eh .. whatever :-)))
    Greetings, Cees
  • Wolfgang Kölln 03/03/2007 14:37

    What a story, John! Well, I hope you won't get in trouble for not choosing the nude section on this one.... ;-)
    Cheers Wolfgang
  • Claire Laira 03/03/2007 14:36

    Hi John,
    as always, a wonderful connection between your story and the image!
    Have a great time and take care!
    Claire
  • Frechdax . 03/03/2007 12:44

    nice story...and interesting picture!
    I wish you an fine weekend!
    Tine
  • Isabel2 Cruz 03/03/2007 12:30

    Good story and beautiful photo!
    greetings
    isabel
  • Anwer Sher 03/03/2007 12:25

    cool
  • Dirk Sachse 03/03/2007 12:07

    Spitze!

    LG,
    Dirk
  • Rüdiger Kautz 03/03/2007 11:00

    Hello John,du tell a sad history.
    The rocks are good for the photographing.
    Are you now in Thailand?
    Greeting Ruediger
  • Rainer Rauer 03/03/2007 10:00

    Oh, what a story! How are you, John? Hope to seeing you once during this life.
    Regards Rainer
  • Tom McAlexander 03/03/2007 9:29

    Mahalo John. You honor me by your greeting preceeding the wonderfully sad story of an old couple and their sexual organs. I hope to some day be able to honor you in similar fashion.
    Aloha,
    Tom
  • Tanjung-Pinang 03/03/2007 8:47

    A very interesting story !!
    God bless you.
    Monika
  • Véronique Soulier 03/03/2007 8:34

    What a story !! ciao VS
  • Klaus - D. S 03/03/2007 8:33

    very nice,good shoot, interessantes Foto.
    greetings from Germany
    Klaus