It's pretty common knowledge in Asia (and among Asian masseuse parlors in the States) that the ladies sometimes do "extra" services.
From stories I've heard, these services are never expressly discussed in the open, but during the massage they will ask if the client would like a "happy ending".
Gross. Illegal. And wrong.
But it happens.
It's something that I always kid my husband about because he loves getting regular massages and is always worried that they're going to ask him for that in the process. It did happen to him once and he awkwardly and politely declined. He's now scarred for life.
So it was really funny when we were in Thailand having a delicious lunch of Phad Thai, and look up to see this place across the street.
Apparently, they don't beat around the bush.
Sorry. That was a bad pun, wasn't it?
I'm not sure if that's exactly what they were going for in the name of their parlor, but I'm gonna guess that sometimes things are obvious for a reason.
Needless to say, Aaron did not get a massage in Thailand.
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