“Have you ever wondered why there are so many gays at Thammasat University?” Maybe it is because gay people are fairy accepted in Thailand or maybe because the inborn hormonal factors. Nobody really knows why. These students may have something in common which is same-sex attraction; however, each person can be so much different. After little observation, I came up with the idea that the way these gay students behave, think and react can be compared with some animal’s behavioural patterns. Here are the types which present Thammasat gay students along with their counterparts from the animal kingdom; the Peacock; the Hyena; the Dog and the Owl.
The Peacock gay students refer to ones who are good-looking and full of pride. They always keep themselves in a perfect appearance; they have good manners and dress tidily. You can found the Peacock around the university, especially, in sporting events or important university’s activities since most of this species are cheerleaders or university ambassadors. Every day in class (no matter how early it is), you will surprisingly see them in a good look from head to toe and some of them prefer to have a luxurious lifestyle; clothes, watches, and shoes. These items must come from the hi-end brand. With a flat face they love to wear all the time, people may think they are so emotionless and arrogant. However, they are optimistic and have very high morals. They believe in giving enough space to their partners and expect utmost honesty in return. They have complete faith in you and believe in everything you say so you had better not try to annoy them or you will get hurt.
The second type is Hyena. Gay students of this type are fun loving and very energetic, like a hyena running and changing direction swiftly through savanna. They have a complete recipe for an ideal boyfriend, very cunning and charismatic. They often change their partners quickly from one to another. The students love to go to department store for...
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