Thanks to Carey for sharing this funny Thai commercial for ceiling panels. Thought you would enjoy it.
At the end of the commercial, the son is hysterically shouting, “Why didn’t you use Shera Flexy-board? You’re the one who killed the Geckos!” to his father.
Ok… how does Carey know Thai? I’ve under estimated his skills.
@ElusiveWords – I don’t think he does. He just found it funny. I had Tawn help me with the translation.
@ElusiveWords – How dare you underestimate me Matt!!! (I’d type that in Thai, but I don’t want you to have to look it up! LOL)
Those Geckos are so tragic! The Romeo and Juliet of all geckos!
@ZenPaper – Haha~R & J….that’s a funny analogy!
@CurryPuffy – @ZenPaper – Hmmm… maybe it is just the lens through which I see the world, but I saw a Romeo and Romeo story… =)
@christao408 – Or maybe a Juliet vs Juliet? ^_^
I’ll freak out if I see real Geckos
pretty good commercial!
That’s a great commercial…..I could watch it over and over again. there are Eastern remedies that involve geckos for athsma medicine.
@XXKimPossibleXX – Really? EATING them?@yang1815 – Glad you liked.@agmhkg – I think they are cute. We have a little tiny one, shorter than my small finger, that I see near our front door a lot.@CurryPuffy – Could be, but with the Demi Moore skinhead haircut.
ah, how gory and sweet. It made me think of the geckos who used to hang out on my bedroom wall when I lived in the Barbados. They did such a super job keeping the no-see-em bugs at bay.
heh heh heh
Even not knowing Thai this was good. The tear falling and then the people looking up and saying no don’t only to have the gecko fling itself down to die with its mate…. an award winning piece of work.
i ran into another great thai commercial. Brilliant Thai Pantene Commercial:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Um9KsrH377A
@XXKimPossibleXX – Wow, that’s pretty amazing! It was wonderful, although the blowing hair when she was playing during the competition was a little too “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”! Thanks for sharing.@murisopsis – It really crosses languages and cultures, doesn’t it?@AppsScraps – Yes, there was just a bit of gore, wasn’t there?
That’s so sad.
@christao408 – Yeah, I saw them dried geckos on a stick available at Chinese herbal medicine places. For that matter, dried sea horses, dried sea cucumbers, etc.
@ZenPaper – Is there anything the Chinese won’t dry and use as medicine?
@christao408 – There is a Chinese med with a very poetic name: “The sand that brings light to the night”. Then I found out it is dried bat shit.
@ZenPaper – Eeew!