Tag Archives: Chompoo Araya

Ranting: Boobilicious Daras at Kom Chad Luek Awards 2011

Wow! Por Nattawut got two for Best Actor in lakorn and movie, Chompoo Araya for Best Actress, Yaya Urassaya and Barry Nadech for Popularity, Roy Mai for Best Lakorn, 30 Gum Lung Jaew for Movie Popularity…I don’t even give a hoot at the winners. I’m … Continue reading

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News: Igossipy’s Top 10 Hottest Daras 2011

The 10 Hottest Daras. 5 nang’eks and 5 pra’eks that made it hot this year according to Igossipy. Featuring pics from the Daradaily Great Awards and the Hamburger Awards.

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News: Siamdara’s Top 14 Pra’nangs 2011

Top 14 Daras with 7 pra’eks and 7 nang’eks according to Saimdara. Many of the names on the list were winners at their Siamdara Star Awards 2011 in June, so I decided to gather up the photos to go along with the list.

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LGNews: Top 10 Most Juiciest 2011

Allow me to compile a bias list of the top 10 most juiciest things that happened this year in Thai ET. Juiciest meaning coolest, most sexy, and most shocking in general. I warn you, this post ends in tears.

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Juicy Snippet: Kol Luang Rak

When I use “juicy”, I mean S-E-X. So from now on, if you see any “juiciness”, that’s sex. If I hint any “juicilicious”, that’s sex. So “juicy” is code word for SEX. And when I say sex in lakorn terms, I imply: … Continue reading

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News: Top Ten 2011 Commercial Gurus Of Thailand

Top Ten Commercial Gurus. So who has got the all bling bling coming their way? Is it your dara on the list? Check out LakornGodsList.

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Mia Taeng The Review

Mia Taeng encompassed the stereotypical storyline of a forced-to-wed-wife-vs-evil-mistress-for-playboy-pra’ek, but because it’s base off a Thai novel, you can see its literary message of a “mia taeng” or wedded wife more interplayed to bring a little more layers to the cliché. I am most … Continue reading

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