I know, I’m lame. I just fast-forwarded to the ending because I know I wouldn’t have time to finish the episode. At this point, Nol has asked Rin to marry him and they are now back at the house on the rooftop—this couple and their rooftops.
Rin:”First rule, don’t call me ‘Yai Rin’. Rule two, don’t ask me to do things for you late at night.”-in Thai grammar the feminine title ‘yai’ is a denigration.
Nol:”What if you ask me to?”
Nol:”What? That’s not fair.”
Rin giggles. She looked up at his face with a smile and asked:”Do you have a problem with that?”
Nol gives in and says:”No, no, no, I don’t have a problem with that.Your next rule….”
Rin:”My next rule, if I cook anything for you. You have to eat it. I forbid you to make a fuss or complain.”
Nol agrees. “Alright, my sweetheart.”
Rin wanted to continue with her rules, but Nol stopped her by saying he agrees to all of them.
Nol:”I agree to all of them, so you can stop talking now.”
He looks straight into her eyes tenderly and is about to go in for a kiss. She stops him and tells him she is not done yet.
Nol:”What else is there?”
Rin:”I love you.”
His eyes widen a little because I don’t think he has ever heard her say the “L” word to him before.
Rin:”Not great enough?”
Nol:”No, because I love you the best.”
Rin smiles and hugs him. He picks her up and swings her around in his arms.