If you're one of those people lucky enough to travel, you're also unlucky enough to be showered with all manner of unsolicited advice... but sometimes it's actually GOOD advice. For example, they'll tell you that if you visit Puerto Rico and happen to rent a car, don't stop at red lights at night. Just a bad idea. If you visit Tokyo, don't walk like you've got no place to go; walk quickly or get the hell outta the way. If you're a cute, blonde woman, just avoid Aruba altogether. Well, "Lonely Planet" , one of the leading international travel guides, ALSO prepares foreigners for a visit to the U.s. because, frankly, some of the things that we take for granted seem very strange or stupid or deceptive to others. The truth is, if you're familiar with a place and come across someone who plans on visiting, you can't help but offer up a list of do's and don’ts. It's human nature. We don't know if you've had the privilege of visiting far- off exotic lands, but we're damn sure you recognize the idiosyncrasies of the place you're from and that is the nature of today's question: WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO SOMEONE VISITING YOUR HOME TOWN, AND WHAT HAVE YOU DISCOVERED IN YOUR OWN WORLDLY TRAVELS?
OK, so there were all types of questionable advice and recommendations today for various places, but the one place that kept coming up was Thailand. Being that this show is so very sophisticated, naturally, the hot topic regarding Thailand was how to avoid hooking up with a tranny hooker. What this tells me is that the ONLY reason anyone chooses to visit Thailand is for the paid side action. Anyway, there was much debate about how to identify a 'girlie- boy' BEFORE you discover their penis after 2 hours of foreplay (which is the real goal) but the best suggestion we heard came courtesy of a former Air Force guy; if they're over 5 feet, 6 inches tall, avoid them.