This is the kind of song you listen to after downing your first bottle of Mekhong Whisky and you’re ready for your second. Take note of what makes good “fairn” material in the eyes of Thai women.
1. Pay for her. Pay also for her family members and friends.
2. Stay cool and say mai pen rai (never mind) if someone splashes water on you.
3. Don’t be a khon jao choo (playboy) and don’t even be friendly to other girls in front of her.
Actually, I like the singing more than the MV. Noey Senorita’s voice is truly sweet and soothing. After watching the MV, some of you may ask: “so jealous for what?”, but that is something you are very likely to encounter if you interact with Thais. The concept of 光明正大 does not register very well with a Thai mind. Every friendly, cordial interaction with a member of the opposite sex will often provoke strong feelings of jealousy. The maxim here is, if you can’t avoid it, then don’t let your spouse know. Bringing your spouse along and trying to make it 光明正大 will only be interpreted as an open challenge to her place in your heart. Remember.
By the way, the MV only shows the female lead sitting down and crying. In reality, they cry also, but take revenge after that.
At the end, the guy said: “ha grathang sai duay na krup.” (find a flower pot to hold this).