Jan Dara Pachimmabot

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2013
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Chan.

Chan.

Ken.

You've come.

I do not know.

You slept very soundly.

You know, like this if it is old.

Do not feel we are old, Chan.

It is old age

but we still have a long story.

Do you remember our story, Ken?

Ken, we send it to the village.

We like just expelled.

In a place where we felt in exile.

I still remember that time, Chan.

We both felt free.

And it's a story that is not forgotten.

We send it to a far-flung village.

Must use a boat to get there.

And when it arrives

I felt very strange at all.

Are you Chan?

Mistress is waiting for you.

Alright.

Are you Chan?

Are you Chan?

I'm very pleased.

Are you surprised I'm old?

Not too.

Although I am old,

I still remember everything.

And I also have all of your pictures.

Are you Chan?

You know the story about me?

Meyakitkan and very sad.

Filled with suffering.

Can not be expressed in words.

Used here is often held performances.

The story of the king and queen.

Very touching and romantic.

We are all fascinated by the role.

Starring his very handsome man.

And I start my story with him.

A very manly at all.

But in the end ...

Very painful and regret.

You have no shame!

How dare you do that!

I beg you.

Please, you let this once.

I want to explain all that happened here.

No need to.

Do not you want to know?

Everything was clear.

You already can not forgive.

I want you to get out of here.

And do not ever come back again.

You're cruel.

Doing all of this.

What next?

Do you really go from there?

And leave him?

I've been kicked out.

There is no chance anymore.

I start everything from scratch.

Everything from the starting point.

It all depends on me now.

And then I found a place.

A very peaceful place.

And that makes me comfortable.

Here, I found peace.

I end here with Ken.

In this remote place.

Very quiet and peaceful here once.

You do not need khawartir with me.

I'm fine here.

I remember when I had to part with you.

It pains me,

but I had to do it.

To avoid pertengkaranku with Dad.

It makes me have to part with you.

Here a lot of servants.

And a lot of activities as well.

With that we both live everything.

And I feel at peace here.

While Ken, every day having fun.

Joked with the maid.

And the servants also entertain him.

I want you to be patient to wait.

I'll be home soon.

And we will be together again.

Jan Dara.

Chan, why did you this?

No nothing, Ken.

Just being felt all this.

You're lying, Chan.

You always say that.

Listen, Chan.

I've got a great idea.

Let's go have fun in the city.

What do you want?

Do not want.

Why do not you like?

Ken Chan wanted to entertain.

So you do not like this pensive.

Now, Chan. What would join Ken?

Ken would like to ask you to have fun.

You go.

Good evening, may I help you?

You can choose as you please.

There are skinny, fat, tall, short.

- How much is it?

- Not expensive, man.

With little money

You can feel satisfaction.

You do not need to worry,

all very good ministry.

What about it?

Do you often come here?

No.

What you first came here?

True, I first came here.

Are you going to come here again?

it depends on your service

if satisfactory I will come again.

You'll see.

So many men are

saying things like that.

But I'm not that kind of guy.

I'm a faithful.

Faithful like what?

It's easy to say the word faithful.

but in reality ...

Why do you say that?

Back before I was here,

I never felt a violent.

Happened when I was in the woods.

I had been obstructed by a group of people.

And I can not do anything.

I am at the abducted persons.

And the servants also taken.

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