Country Boy is more bromance than BL but it was still adorable and I need more hugs like this in my life, okay? I can't wholeheartedly recommend this as a BL (there's nothing beyond two hugs, a few glances and some covert flirting at the very end...) but it is a very cute little one hour movie about helping people.
This is the most perfect little queer friend group of all time and I will accept not replacements or disagreements. Just look at all these gaybies talking about their boyfriends! Look at them laughing at their absolutely obsessed friend who missed their dinner because of his boyfriend (like any of them wouldn't). They're just adorable.
Let’s speculate. Teh is famous, he has achieved his ultimate dream yet remembers the sacrifice he made to have it all, as well as his lost of his best friend and Oh-aew (due to his own fault and nothing else).
So many questions they are. How far have we time jumped, Teh is working as an actor/model and Oh-aew seems to be in an professional environment. Is this the first time Oh-aew had bought a magazine with Teh on the cover? Is that Teh’s first cover? or has he been background supporting him buying every magazine? This looks to be the first time Teh has gone back to see Oh-aew in a while is that because of respect for him (i.e. letting Oh-aew get on with his life) or because of his agency (i.e. not being allowed to be seen to have relationships) or both. Has Teh been in the closet the whole time of his career? has Oh-aew had another boyfriend? or was his love for Teh too great to forget.
You know what at this point I would just be as happy with a cliché ending of them getting back together as much as the storyline from “Fake News”, as in Teh walks into a bar, shares a drink with Oh-aew and the final scene is them meeting in the bathroom for a split awkward moment. That ending would be open to interpretation. But either way it would be a HE.
If we do though take into consideration Billkin and PP’s own personal views about couples breaking up due to toxic relationships, they both said that given time and break away, and when one has grounded themselves and grown up that they would get back together with said partner. And art normally intimates life. Who knows what will happen in the future.
Just don’t have Billkin die at the last minute (still angry at My Ambulance).
The fact that people were slowly getting crutches cause they couldn’t stop kicking each other’s feet in soccer games is humorous but also questioning. Like, what would’ve happened if they didn’t lose and moved to the next soccer games? Would all the supporting characters start breaking their legs too?
#nitiman #nitiman the series #thai bl#thai drama#boys love #like it happened to jin #then bbomb got pissed and did it to someone but he failed #then it happened to jin again #and bbomb did the same thing #except that time both people got crutches #but jin couldn’t play anymore and they lost #and same thing happened to bbomb’s team #and idk that sounds so much more complicated than it really is #wait.. #what if before the play or whatever the drama group jin is in starts #and someone told him to “break a leg?” #idk.. that would be funny since he almost permanently broke his leg #or something like that #and messed up at the same time #ESPECIALLY IF IT’S THE SENIOR WHO SAYS IT #OR EVEN BBOMB LMAOSJDJDS #jin better randomly say it back then even though bbomb’s not in the play #cus why not.. right? #it would make sense too since bbomb broke his leg in vengeance for jin #so like.. #🔪👬
Safe to say that IG has romantic feelings for Ruk, considering he asked him not be his pretend boyfriend anymore but his real one. You could see Ruk was sad and mad every time IG would say they were nothing to each other, so obviously Ruk also feels something towards to IG.
At first I thought IG was just concerned about telling Ruk because of his traditionalist grandmother who has shown her conservative views, but its clear his mother is more open-minded about the couple and Ruk’s father is still an enigma. Nakrob is frightened about his father finding out about his long-standing relationship with Grateen, more so then the kids in the neighbourhood so one can assume that dad might not be as accepting of his sons relationship with other men, however on the other hand he looked to be helping Tunwa court Ruk in the last episode. The fact that Nakrob is that scared that instead of admitting his relationship with Grateen that he would rather break up is unfortunate and sad.
What I loved about them is that they were an established gay couple already, along with Petch who is adorable around Kui. But considering they tried and failed to hide their secret relationship and everyone like Ruk, Noinae already know about it, maybe the dad is already aware. Either way hopefully it bodes well for this new couple.
Furthermore love the height differences of this couple.
honestly I feel so much better after watching bkpp's recent interviews, their love and companionship towards each other warm my heart and make me forget that pain (((aka ipytm))) even exists ✧*。ʕ ꈍᴥꈍʔ ｡*♡
Hometown's Embrace has a respected and well-treated trans character, is set in a rural village with a main character that grew up there, is about returning to your roots and helping the people who helped you and about how one person can help bring about change, also cooking and helping each other and it's got kinda low-budget ATOTS vibes, no denials.
Also, yet another boy in the 'really nice ponytail club'.
It's an interesting little show so far and I can already see the main pairing (ThanDin) and I even recognize one of the actors from The Cupid Coach! He's a lot better in this already.
But just look at that extended eye contact... yes, please!