Thai Girls University Student Uniforms – The Only Way Is Up?


There seems to be quite a debate going on at the moment on forums and some blogs about Thai girls university student uniforms. The big question is, are they too short?

Thai Girls University Student Uniforms – Raising the Standards

Thai-University-girlsWe’re talking about the skirts of course. Whenever I’m walking about in Udon Thani, or strolling through the city’s central shopping mall, my eyes are diverted continuously to young Thai university students blatantly displaying a pair of shapely thighs beneath a very short black skirt. It took me a few years to notice the uniform also had a figure-hugging white blouse. I was a bit slow there, but I have always been more of a leg man, and Udon Thani girls are very shapely in that department.

In a country where culture and religion tick every right box in terms of living your life to respectful standards, Thailand’s demure young university girls seemed to have kicked every one of those boxes into touch, with their sexually provocative university fashion statement.

For those in the know, an element of Thai university girls hawk sex on popular social networking sites like via raunchy photos and email contact. In their profile photographs, they often sport their sexy university uniforms. An innocent schoolgirl look is a winner in the art of attracting fat, balding western men. Young men with money to burn too. Still, these cute Thai girls, the primary target affluent Thais to top-up university income.

Japanese Survey is Good News For Thai Girl Students

An online survey by Japanese newspaper Naew Na resulted in Thai university girls uniforms being voted the sexiest in the world. But the poll has set alarm bells ringing in the higher echelons of Thailand’s universities. However, wiser and younger sharp-eyed Thai university ‘letch-urers‘ will make sure that peer disapproval doesn’t reach university girls ears. That should ensure the students continue to sport their high hems or do Thai girls now call them iHems.

Thailand’s Deputy Education Minister, Chaiyos Jiramethakorn, is due to meet with university administrators to discuss ways of tackling the problem. There’s always one spoilsport.


Student Uniforms Poll

Now’s your chance to have your say on whether university students uniforms are too short by taking part in Beyond The Mango Juice’s first-ever survey.

The poll is now closed due to the voting plugin clashing with Beyond The Mango Juice’s new template theme. The overwhelming result was a 67% (96 votes) vote in favour of Thai girls university uniforms not being short enough. Thanks to everyone who voted.

My poll plugin’s now updated, and so you now have another chance to cast your vote. Do you consider Thai girls university uniforms are too short or not?

Your thoughts as always are most welcome. Mine? The only way is up baby.

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12 Responses

  1. Adullamite says:

    Harriet Harman is on here way to put things right! A few words from the ageing crone informing the girls they ought not to behave normally will soon sort this problem!

  2. Martyn says:

    Adullamite – Lets hope she gets delayed somewhere, we don’t want her interfering in Men’s Sport do we.

  3. Mike says:

    Martyn this subject seems to turn up about every six months in the press here in Thailand. I remember writing about it on my old blog a couple of times.

    Good for search engine hits though.

    Personally I couldn’t care less how young girls dress since I am a little long in the tooth for that, much prefer their mum’s 😉

    I do have to laugh sometimes though when they try and sit down and hide their modesty. If only I could say something like “I told you so in Thai.”

  4. Martyn says:

    Mike the post is riding high at the moment with lots of StumbleUpon hits, though it will burn itself out soon. I am hoping it might get regular keyword search hits.

    I had so much trouble trying to put a poll on the post, all four wordpress plugins I tried didn’t work and in the end (four hours later) I had to settle for a cheap looking freebie. Do you know a wordpress poll plugin that actually works.

    A real good soft sofa would give those Thai girls a big modesty problem.

  5. Talen says:

    I love me some Thai school girl uniforms but in all honestly they aren’t all as pictures above …there are plenty with longer skirts…unfortunately.

  6. Martyn says:

    Talen I agree the uniforms are not all short, hence I included the word ‘some’ in the question.

    That’s your day sorted, all you have to decide is which of the Classroom Go Go bars to attend. Have they still got two of them in Pattaya.

  7. Hi Martyn, I left a post earlier but it seems to have gotten lost.

    Anyway, I voted “Mai phen rai…it’s their life”. They nearly caused me to crash the car a few times, but I’m getting more self control 🙂

  8. Martyn says:

    Paul I haven’t got a clue what happened to your comment. I checked the spam folder but it wasn’t in there, sometimes it does collect genuine comments.

    Luckily I don’t drive but I’m sure those lovely university girls have put a few dents in cars before.

  9. Catherine says:

    I’m another ‘Mai phen rai’. Short, long, up to them.

    And how is the west any different? When I was in high school our skirts were hemmed high, right below our highnies. Sitting down took talent and a book or bag placed just so. Bending slightly while standing brought more than enough into view – so more the reason for sweet looking knickers.

    Ok, with uniforms they are representing their college so some could get all twisted in a knot about that aspect, but… shrug… it’s just a skirt.

    My final thoughts? Thailand spending more time worrying about what’s going on / sticking in the student’s brains would be a better use of their press time.

  10. Martyn says:

    Catherine thanks for a glimpse back to your school days. Maybe nowadays Thai girls books and bags are getting smaller and they’re bending lower and more often than their mothers ever did.

    I think a lot of Thai girls are too wrapped up in their image to care about what’s going on in their country or even the world. To them an iHem and an iPhone are much more important than who’s running the country.

  11. Kevin V says:

    Some of them are too short and very unappropriated! All university should now allowed these girls in school.. really not a place to dress this way.

  12. Martyn says:

    Kevin V thanks for your views, you are one of the few so far to think the skirts are too short.

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