Welcome to Gin Pai Thai Rang. // Hello. Let me wear this. Hello. “Hi.” You’re like that for the girls. Hi, Film. There you are. It’s popping up. Nueng… Wait, I couldn’t see. Don’t just stare at Camilla. “Hello, Yainang.” Is everyone alright? Can you see us three young girls? I’m one of the trio. Triplets. A young trio. This is Josefina, Camilla’s best friend. They asked who you are, so I just told them. Isn’t she pretty? [un] Hi. This is Camilla’s friend. “Yainang is here!” Come. Today I’m having fast food with the girls. Camilla’s friend is here for a visit, so… This is considered healthy fast food. Very healthy. Come on, let’s eat. Is everyone okay? I missed you guys so much. Q. Me, Film? French fries. Here we have French fries. Who do you make? … Just put them in frying oil. No, I think not. // No it’s for the oven. An oven that does not use much… // These are baked in the oven. These French fries aren’t actually fried but baked, that’s why this is called healthy fast food. It won’t make you fat. Let me rest them here. Wait, push the cam back and tilt it down. So people can see. Look. Here it’s written… “Chicken bacon”. Right? Chicken bacon. Let me show you. Is this mine? // Yeah. That okay. We just both three different and I think we eat a some of it all. This is… chicken and bacon. Let me show you. Yummy-looking, right? It’s chicken and bacon. Let me remove them. This is a surgery. What’s there inside? Now it’s not so yummy-looking. Here’s the chicken. That’s sauce, and this is bacon. I’m going to assemble it back. And there’s… cheese, and tomato. Lettuce. That’s it. Chicken bacon. This is Salmon Wasabi. This looks yummy too. Salmon Wasabi. That’s salmon and wasabi sandwich. This is it. The kids here don’t eat hamburgers as fast food now. This is what they eat. This is what it looks like inside. There should be a spoon or something. This is it…there’s salmon inside. There’s veggies and onion. The salmon is ground and then mixed with some kind of sauce. When I taste it, I’ll taste you about the ingredients. And this is… Will you hold the paper? On the other bun, there’s sliced cucumber and dressing. That’s it. And the bread is grilled, looking appetizing. This is it. How much does one cost? 40 kr. 40 kr, guys. 4×5=20. That’s 200 Baht. And this is a Mexican burger. This one’s Mexican burger. There’s guacamole and everything. Guacamole Jalapenos. There’s guacamole inside. This one’s looking yummy too. It is, guys. Looking yummy. Here. It’s a burger. Looking like this. Is there any cheese? I don’t think so. // There’s no cheese, guys. It’s guacamole or… avocado cream spread. It’s spread inside. That’s it. And there’s lettuce, onion, tomato and salsa. This is it. Should I get a plate, cut everything up and we share? // Yes we can do that. Let me go get plates and knives. Keep watching these beautiful girls. If your screen freezes… “Where did you go?” I didn’t go anywhere. Let me go get a knife. Just a sec. We’re changing things up today. Wait. Can you take it with you? Mega awkward to look into the camera. Is there 450 people watching? // Yeah. Should we eat some french fries? // Yeah. This one looks good. // Here you go dear. This is what she does every day. Then she present and eat some food she like. This stuff and this stuff. Nice. Today from the morning…
It’s a little bit late in thailand now… …but there where like 3000 people watching. // Waou! Imagine if 3000 people were in this garden. Hi. Does anyone ask? // Hi. // Hola. Hello. How are you? How I am? How you are. // Hola. Some one asked! Does someone ask? How are.. // You are so cute. They all write that. // Thank you. Can you say… maybe I should learn you some thai language. Like ‘Sawaddeeka’. // Sawaddeeka. That means hello. And then… Khobkhunka. // Khobkhunka (thanks). It means thanks. Thank you. // Thank you. Hi. There it reads “so cute”. We just read some. Wait. Let me put it here. In the middle. I think we do like this. Take the paper out. I can remove the paper. Let me put it down. Gone. Or should we just eat one individually?
Will you taste a little of all of it? Yes yes, let’s do that. I have a trash can down here… // Let’s cut. I’ll cut each into three pieces. I’ll just eat a little of each. It’s all messy. // Anyone want Alioli? Alioli? I’m afraid it’ll get messy. If you want one, cut it yourself. Would that be better? You just take some. // I want to eat. We do that. Come join us. Bring the French fries over here. // That yours mom. Pour them out. Just pour them out and… I have my own chilli sauce. Let me put it here. // Do you need a napkin? Mom, do you want one? Come join us, guys. Is it pure chilli? No – you can try it. Is it very strong? This is my sriracha sauce. Come join us. It taste good. // This is healthy fast food. The cat. // Oh no. // That’s okay. “Camilla’s so cute.” Thank you. Panda! Maybe the cats just play. Oh, there is Panda! Are we pretty? Look at us three young girls. We have the same hair bun. Say it’s because it’s summer time. // I was afraid I’d miss the summer trend. We have to do a bun up like this. Look at your nails. Beautiful? The color. How do you say “hands” in thai? “Mue” (‘hand’ in Thai). It’s called “Main” in french. Really? // La mano. It’s called “Mano” in spanish // Camilla, the table. Sorry. We’re eating in the garden. For the ambience. Is everyone alright? It’s already summer. We’re wearing short sleeves. Yummy, yummy. She’s Camilla’s friend. “Camilla, I love you.” I love you. Who’s the prettiest? Hi, Jenny Jo. Hello, Jenny. The salmon tastes good. I would make Larb with salmon. I thought you liked it. //
Really good. These French fries aren’t deepfried. They’re baked. Her friend’s name is Josefina. You can tell them all in English. “My name is Josefine.” // Do you want me to say that? Wait until the motorbike is gone. You begin. No, they allready know who I am. Okay. Hi, I’m Josefina. I’m Camilla’s friend. How old are you? I’m 19 years old. I’m about to be 20. Camilla be aware of the table! Sorry. The plastic table is shaking. I bump into the table all the time. Here is your cola. Thank you. // Thank you. How did you say it – Khobkhunka. // Khobkhunka. This is Cola Light. I followed you from FB. There is about 900 viewers. 892. Where’s the bag? It’s right here. This. This joint is called “Sunset Boulevard”. This is healthy European fast food. I’m not sure if they have franchises worldwide or just in Europe. But the Europeans know of this restaurant chain. I’m not sure where else they have it. We have it in Denmark. They’re not eating typical burgers here. This is how they eat. Can you cut this one, mom? You have to bring it over there to cut it because the table will just move. It was shaking earthquake when I first did it. Really? And we have this. This is called… Ai-oli? How do you pronounce this? “Aioli”. I don’t know how to pronounce it. Yes, she’d teach me, but she would refuse to speak. This one tastes like garlic ’cause there’s garlic. This is garlic mayonnaise. I like this one. You just take some Josefine. I look forward to taste it. // They’ve been friends for… how many years have you known each other? You can’t remember? 8, 9 grade… // aslo 7. grade… it’s more like 8, 9 and 10. grade. Yes, there’s still time. We still have a lot left. Since we were 13. years old I think. Camilla, why… is this mine? Yes. This one is chicken bacon. There’s cheese inside. It’s my most favorite. Josefina, no. “Camilla, how much do you weigh?” She won’t tell you. That’s a secret. In Thailand it’s okay to ask about your weight. Did they just ask about that? // yes. My weight. They just ask. Because it’s not rude or they don’t mind. It fell. Oh no. Yes, she’s her friend. She wanted to be on cam today. She said she wanted to get to know you guys. “The sun is reflecting on the mirror.” The sun on the mirror. The sun is reflecting. Now it’s better. You don’t need to see me. Just watch the girls. Sorry. Is it better now? It’s spicy. // So you won’t see the mirror. Scoot over here, Josefine. Move this way. Camilla. // Yeah. Is it clear now? We good? I had to move. Yes, it’s delicious. What is the clock now? What is the time? It’s 4PM here. This is the outside atmosphere. For ambience. This is young people’s favorite brand here. “Want to see Camilla’s make-up.” Camilla, you did her make-up? Josefina let Camilla do her make-up today. Isn’t she pretty? You want to see her close-up? // Now it’s going to be very close. I can close my eyes. Isn’t that pretty? Camilla did her make-up. “Lovely.” Lovely. I’m lovely too. “Are you, really? Don’t be.” Let me put it down gently. If it’s too far, I can’t read the letters. The “pretty” comments are for me, right? Thank you. See that tiny piece of bacon. Do you eat this often – you like it? Yeah, we eat it often. What about the burger? We prefer sandwich. I eat that one often. // We all eat that one. She said that the chicken bacon is the most ordered. Here I’m joining the girls. I wanna be young again. See my hairdo? So yummy. Get me my Som Tam. How old are you? I’m 20 years old. I’m 19. I’m… 21. 21 21 // 21 times 3. Should I… Can you get the cola for me? // Sure. Merci. See how I’m eating like a youngster, on the tray? If we’re eating at famous burger joints… What did I say to the Asians? I can’t read. “So cute.” Let me move it closer. I’m not showing you food. No need to see the food now. That’s better. “Teenagers. Pretty group.” “You make me hungry.” // Someone wrote ‘hi’ Hi // ‘Hi’ means Hi. “Camilla, Korean concept.” Yes! that is correct. Someone also told me that yesterday. // What? My style look a bit like korean or japanese. Alright. “Eating alone in Korea.” I missed you guys, too, that’s why I brought the whole clan. “Today, no sausage.” No. Whoops, sorry. This one is mexican, mom. Mexican! // Do you also want some Josefine? [Danish] Somebody gave a compliment. [Danish] [Danish] // Yes. Here I’m sharing with you guys… Camilla, the table. I’m sharing with you what young people eat. What their hairdo is like. And what their make-up is like. “Thank you, Red lipstick. You enjoy.” Me? “Camilla.” They miss Camilla. “No cook papaya today.” To join… another day. Maybe tomorrow. I’ll cook papaya. I don’t understand. “Where’s Oat?” Call him for me please. He’s in Copenhagen. “Camilla, can you speak Thai?” Camilla can’t read the screen because the zoom lens is obstructing her view. She can’t read anything. Sorry. “Yainang, make them Som Tam.” Josefina is gonna eat Korean noodles. When? When will Stefan come home? He…tomorrow. Maybe. // Tomorrow. But we can make an appointment. Tomorrow. This one. Look at the hamburger. Someone does a screenshot for me. Hamburger. “Camilla, can you sing?” No. No, no, no, no, no. We can sing a song. The beef taste good. The more you eat this fast food, the prettier you get. “What kind of Thai food do you eat?” You have eaten… [Danish] // [Danish] Which Thai food have you eaten? [Danish] [Danish] [Danish] [Danish] [Danish] [Danish] She likes…mixed veggie stir-fry. And spring rolls. [Danish] // “I’m your FC from Chiang Mai.” [Danish] // “Camilla is so ready today.” Her lipstick color, right? [Danish] // Her lipstick color is getting all the attention. Your lipstick. Her lips are pretty. Her eyes are pretty. I’m pretty all “over”. It’s not spicy, but still tasty. Who said “if it’s not spicy, it’s not yummy”? [Danish] [Danish] [Danish] My BF is at work. “Shane.” “I’m Shane.” Oat is not here, guys. [Danish] Alioli? // Sure. [Danish] It’s 9PM there, right? [Danish] Camilla, today everyone says your style is Korean. [Danish] “Can Camilla cook?” Yes, she can. Yesterday she cooked for me. She made baked potatoes. And baked chicken. She made the marinade herself–Thai-style marinade. In soy sauce. This is Camila’s friend. I don’t have any veggie. “In England it’s too hot.” Same here in Denmark. [Danish] Anyonhaseyo. Anyonhaseyo. That’s ‘hi’. Anyon-haiseyo. Anyonhaseyo. Anyonhase-o. // Anyonhaseyo. Anyonhaseyo! // It just turned 4PM here. No. // Are they racist? Anyonhaseyo. [Danish] // What? I’m on a diet too. That’s why I’m eating healthy fast food. I’m from Korea. Look at my hair. [Danish] Anyonhaseyo. Pad Thai? They say you have to try Pad Thai. Okay. // [Danish] [Danish] // [Danish] Pad Thai? // Sarang haseyo. “I love you, Yainang.” Thank you, Nicky. Nuts.. chicken and oyster sauce I think. I think I would like that. She’s Camilla’s friend. That’s it. We’re going. Hello to everybody. Thank you for being here to greet us. Say good bye. // Thank you, everyone. Bye-bye. “Say hi.” // Hi. Anyonhaseyo. Bye, guys. Up in the corner. And the you press again.