Thailand’s Taste in Porn & Erotica

By BK staff | Jun 13, 2012

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BK ASKS: Which celebrity would you like to see in an X-rated movie?

Pak Sakda-apinant, 24, engineer

I want to see DJ Pla Gung in an X-rated movie. The plot is that he interviews women he finds attractive. Then they go to her room like in those celebritiy TV shows. In the room, they find a vibrator. And so on.

Thitirat Ratthavinij, 26, project coordinator

Opal Panisara. The story is set in the reign of King Rama 5. Opal is a slave and dressed in period Thai costume. She gets beaten by her owner. So the movie would be erotic, dramatic and sadistic.

Monica McCall, 20, student

I would love to see Robert Pattinson in a Twilight spinoff where the sexy vampires are craving more than just blood. Of course, his sex scenes would be in the daylight so we could see all of his body sparkle.

Thirawat Thongkan, 39, employee

It would be exciting if the two “Aum”s, Atichart Chumnanon and Patcharapa Chaichua, appeared together in an erotic movie. They are shipwrecked on an island together. And with all the atmosphere, weather and isolation, something happens.

Orathai Maneechote, 23, account excecutive

Urassaya “Yaya” Sperbund . It’s interesting to have someone with an innocent look playing an erotic role. The plot is that Yaya goes to a party. She meets a guy and goes to a hotel. Her boyfriend catches them. But, instead of getting angry, he asks to have a threesome.

Petch Bornbracis, 21, student

Scarlett Johanson. We often see her acting either tough and seductive, or timid. I would like to see her real self in an X-rated movie. The plot has her come to Thailand and meet a younger guy. He offers her a tour of Bangkok. They go to Khaosarn Road for a night out. And they end up in bed.

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