[Andrew in Praew magazine for their May 2009 issue]
“I don’t want to single, but I’m single” says Andrew Gregson who is experiencing a dry spell since his return to the spotlight. In terms of his comeback, Andrew is doing well for himself, his sitcom “Game Loon Ruk (The Love Promotion Game)” in which he stars and produces is doing fairly well rating wise.
“”he ratings for “Game Loon Ruk)” is very good, there has been an increase in the people who are watching.”–I must be the only person who is not watching. I saw the first episode, then I stopped. It wasn’t funny, it was rather bland.
Continuing on about Andrew’s love life….
“Regarding matters of the heart, how is that going for you?” A reporter asked him.
“I’m still accepting applications krap,” Andrew replied.
Reporter:“Like this, you might be like Tao Somchai who randomly married.”
Andrew:“No, NO, NO, I’m too busy. I don’t have the time to start a relationship with anyone who will wait for me.”
Then the reporter asked him the strangest question to which I still don’t understand the meaning. He or she asked, “Do you want it to be like how the lightning strikes?” Andrew answered, “I want it like that but usually I just work.” I guess in terms of a relationship, he wants a spark, he wants a magical relationship. I think that is what they are asking. Because he is so busy, he can’t hold a relationship.
“Do you want it to be like how the lightning strikes?”
The Thais usually refer this to a marriage w/o a warning, sort of like meet today and marry tomorrow sort of thing, this will shock and take everyone by surprise.
Thank you Ginger for the explanation.