Jun 28, 2012|
1. Why did the Constitutional Court threaten to dissolve parliament?
a. A 40-minute wait for the ferry to Asiatique is completely unacceptable.
b. Karun Hosakul called them all gay for wearing funny black dresses.
c. We haven’t had a coup in over five years.
d. Way too much porn was being shown during the constitution redraft debates.
2. Why was Channel 3 fined B500,000?
a. Many viewers complained of a blurry signal during the bare-breasted woman’s appearance on Thailand’s Got Talent.
b. The channel’s football commentators were fined one baht for every use of “Oho” or “Ohhh” during Euro 2012 matches.
c. According to the Ministry of Culture bare breasts should be coated in chocolate, not paint. And only if you’re as hot as Pornchita “Benz” na Songkhla.
d. Channel 3 had to reimburse every True-subscribed household for destroyed Nokia chargers used as aerial antennas.
3. Why were people so worried about NASA deploying research equipment at U-Tapao airport?
a. With Suvarnabhumi’s radar broken and Don Muaeng at risk of flooding, we need to keep U-Tapao for the new Triple-Airport Policy.
b. Pheu Thai alleged the project was initiated under the Democrats, which would break the opposition’s unblemished record of achieving absolutely nothing during their time in office.
c. Thai weather is hot. Sometimes rainy. What’s there to observe?
d. NASA Engineers are hired by Thaksin to emit brain-washing signals through the aerials on our TVs.
4. Why was Jatuporn Prompan picked to replace Karun Hosakul in the Don Muaeng constituency?
a. Jatuporn actually liked Iron Ladies, although he found Don Muaeng’s Democrat candidate, Tankhun Jitt-itsara, too straight.
b. Jatuporn’s done enough jail time to qualify for the party’s high standards in that constituency—even if he hasn’t shot anyone.
c. Karun and Jatuporn have something going on.
d. Pheu Thai felt only a pretty face could beat Tankhun.