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Pat, how can we tell if someone really likes us, not just because it's their duty? Who are you talking about? Someone that hits on you? I don’t even know if I’m being hit on or not. Then use your four signs to test just like you told me. The four signs we tested with Ink. Four signs? You’re right. Ink didn’t show any. And Ink doesn’t like you that way. The signs actually work. I should just go test them. Wait! What about my story? It’s about your parents. Sorry I called you out on such short notice. It’s fine. I always wanted to train you how to use film cameras but never got a chance. Right? Okay First, we open it. Press it to open and take this off. Can you grab me the roll film? (Sign number one, when you two touch, the physical response will give a hint.)
When you finish taking a photo, you must turn it right here. Then you can continue. Okay. Should we start? Sure. I want to do some portraits. Can you be my model? Are you sure? Yes. Come on. Fine. You stand right here. (If you’re still not sure, move on to sign number two.) (Eyes don’t lie. Look into the eyes.) Okay. Step back a bit. Where is Pa? Are you sure she will be here? Pat told me she’s here. If you don’t believe me, we can just leave. 1 2 3. Hey! She’s right there taking photos like Pat said. Can I leave now? Hold on! Stay with me. You’re too much. I’m ready. Pa. Hi. What are you guys doing here? We’re out jogging. And you?
I’m taking a photography lesson with Ink. I can lend you a hand if you want. Do you need a model? - We’re good. - Should I stand here? Okay then. It’s good. So I can teach you more conveniently. Let’s get started. Set up the model like I told you. (When you two touch, the physical response will give a hint.) Are we ready? Sure. Step forward, please. 1 2 3. 1 2 3. Okay. Thank you. Let’s go take photos over there. Sure. (Eyes don’t lie. Look into the eyes.) You’re very expressive. I want to know if she’s dating someone. Ask her. Isn’t it too much? Pa, why don’t you ask your date to be your model? Why? Is your friend hitting on my sister, Pran? No. We were just asking. We have something else to do. We’ll leave now.
Let me know once you developed the film. I want to see it. Of course. Thank you and goodbye. See you. See you, Pran. Why did you give up so easily? Do you remember when Pat said Pa was talking to someone? I think it’s Ink. Who do you know? Look at those murderous eyes she’s giving me. Pat used to give me the same look every time I was with you. I think my heart just broke. Treat me some drinks. That’s okay, man. No sobbing. Get over the girl. Don’t die just yet. You’re overreacting. So what’s your answer? Yes? Your date. Are you dating someone? I’m not. But I do have someone I like. I wonder who that would be. Who is it? Should we go check out over there? Sure. Let’s go. You’ve known my dad since university, haven’t you?
Can I ask you something? What’s the conflict between him and the next door? The business, I guess. The business? That’s it? Are you sure there’s nothing else? I don’t think so. They didn’t even fight back in school. School? My dad and Pran’s parent used to go to the same school? Yes. He never told me anything about this. I won’t poke my nose in anyone’s business. You can leave now. Please, tell me more. What’s the story? If you want to know, go ask your dad. Come on. Give me your phone. I’ll call him for you. Thank you. Did you hear him right? Your dad and my dad used to be friends? (I did.) (The professor said it himself.) (He seemed like he’s hiding something.) As far as I can recall, my dad went to an international school. And my mom went to school nearby.
(That might be a lie. They didn’t want you to know they knew each other.) Don’t you think your dad was the one that lied to you? (My dad really graduated from our high school.) (I saw his graduation paper.) (You find your dad’s.) I know. I’m looking for it right now. Why don’t you come to help me if you want it fast? My parents aren’t home. (Don’t challenge me.) (We might end up doing something else instead.) Doing what? Hello. Pat. Pat. Hello. Doing this! What are you doing? I told you not to challenge me. Help me find it before my parents get back. Where should I look? Right there. Can you see? If we can find this evidence, we will know what the quarrel is all about. What are you up to? Found it. Parakul’s Student Book.
‘He is a serious and hard-working child.’ ‘But he doesn’t have many friends.’ Give it back. Or you can just go home. Keep looking. Okay. I’ll quit playing. [Prasertsilp High School] [A Certificate For A Beauty Queen Contestant, 1994] Did you ever attend a beauty queen contest? Aren’t you going to stop playing? I am not playing. This is our high school. If not yours, then whose is it? A Beauty Queen Contestant, 1994. Maybe it’s my mom’s. So your mom and my dad went to the same school? Shit! My dad is here. What are we gonna do? Put them all back. Where did you find this? Quickly. Why are you just standing there? Hush up! We’re almost busted. What are we going to do now? Should we just ask them frankly? If they wanted to tell us, they would have done so years ago. If we really want to find out, there’s only one way. But you should go back to your house for now. Come with me.
No. Just go already. Why didn’t you ever tell me she was a student here before? I have tons of students, you know? It isn’t my business to tell you that. You should ask your mother why she never mentioned she was a student here.
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