I don't watch many lakorns, but from the ones that I have seen, I notice a common theme, where the P'ek does something wrong, the N'ek will get so mad at him...but if she does the exact same thing, it's okay...and it's an issue sometimes that people bring up...I notice while watching lakorns on Youtube, so I thought I'd bring it to the forum so we all can bring up different examples...it would be fun... Example one: Fhun Feung w/ Tik as Rattavy & Sopitnapa as Monitha aka Mon Okay, Mon pretended to be her maid so that her maid can pretend to be rich and snag a rich guy (who happens to be Rattavy's driver)...When Rattavy sees Mon, he immediately falls for her, whatever he sees in her, and then when he finds out she's his driver's girlfriend's "maid/god-sister", he agrees to pretend to be the driver for "Rattavy"....He does cute little things to try to get close to Mon, and even though she's a maid, he still likes her, because of her personality, and the fact that he has to try so hard to win her over...Later on though, Mon is the first to find out Rattavy's true identity, because they end up going to the same party, but it isn't until she sneaks into his house does she find out he's not really a driver. So she gets mad, thinking that he's messing with her and her maid, and schemes to get back at him. Meanwhile...Rattavy is so taken by her, because he's never really been interested in women the way he's interested in her...he's doing all he can to find out if she will love a driver, instead of a wealthy guy...Supposedly, she tells her Aunt that she wants to go to extremes to see if he will ever tell her the truth...Which he does, he finally tells her, "I'm Rattavy, I am not a driver, I"m wealthy...blah, blah, blah..." and what does she do? "I don't believe you, how can you mess with me like that?" and continues to lie to him instead of coming clean right then and there. She tells him that his family will never accept a maid for a daughter-in-law...while he tells her he doesn't care and that he loves her...So she continues to pretend to be a maid, even to the point where she's meeting his parents...To him only is she pretending to be a maid that is pretending to be rich...But the N'rai, Suzie comes in and tells the whole room that Mon is a maid, and that she lied to Rattavy, and that she's using him for her money...yada yada...But then Rattavy stands up and proclaims his love for Mon, even though she is a maid, he still loves her, and he doesn't care about her status...But Mon's maid accidentally blurts out that she's not a maid after all, that she really is wealthy...and that totally hurts Rattavy...He gets angry and humiliated because, aside from his parents, everyone in the room knew about her identity but him, the man that loves her... So, the issue here is that people didn't understand why Rattavy could be mad at Mon when he did it first, testing her to see if she would love him if he was just a driver...The only problem that I see is that Rattavy came clean, and he told her he'd still love her...but she couldn't just stop it from there, she took it too far...The poor P'eks always get the short end of the stick...Just because she's the N'ek, doesn't mean she can't do any wrong...and I hate that some lakorns portray that. He was honest and sincere with her, she wasn't...He admitted his feelings to her, she didn't...So he was justified in being mad at her for lying to him... Example two: Nang Sow Jing Jai Gub Nai San Dee w/Tik as Sandee & Aum as Jingjai So, from a lot of different situations, on different occassions, and because of two bored rich people with a bet to win....these two confuse the other for being wealthy when they both are dirt poor. The just assumed the other was rich, but no one wanted to tell the truth, because of fear that the other person wouldn't accept or love them... Anyways, when Jingjai finally finds out that Sandee is poor, she gets so mad at him, that she refuses to talk to him, even though she's poor too, and still letting him believe that she's rich...In her defense, she says he just assumed she was rich, but she assumed he was rich too...they both did the exact same thing, but she was mad at him...it's only until later on when Sandee finds out that Jingjai is poor, and she gets humiliated, but Sandee goes to comfort her...So they reconcile or what not...and Jingjai makes Sandee promise to never lie to her again, because she hates liars...blah blah blah....Later on, Sandee finds out that he's actually the son of a very wealthy man, some kind of royalty I guess...and his dad is sick and dying and all...He's going through all that, and the whole time Jingjai is telling him how she can't take anymore lies, and he wants to tell her the truth, but he doesn't know how to say it, because his history was already sad...His mom was forced to leave his dad after they were born, then she got her car stolen with him inside, and given up for adoption...So he's going through all that, then his dad dies...She finds out who he really is by attending Sandee's dad's funeral, and they reveal who he is...She gets mad when she sees him that she walks out...during the funeral, causing Sandee to go after her...which is freaking ridiculous... I thought that part was dumb...the guy didn't even know who he was, and when he finally found out, his dad dies...instead of comforting him first, then letting him explain, she gets mad for no reason...that was one of the things I hated about the lakorn...It's not like he was Kawee from Sawan Bieng...He was a nice guy with his old problems, but in her selfishness, she abandons him in his time of need, causing him more pain... Sorry, stuff like that bothers me about lakorns... Or, another thing...It's when the P'ek and N'ek love each other, and they both know it...But if one person were to ask or make them give up the other one, they'll do it, for whatever reason...They would easily give up the person they love or their own happiness...Like in Kan Lum Kong, where Lift's character forces Oil to give up Noon, and he does, even though they both had mutual feelings for each other....Just because the guy uses, "If you're my friend..." Or, I love JLR and all, but the whole Soraya stepping aside for Sansanee even though she knew Harit loved her and that he was just messing with Sansanee for revenge...she'd rather hurt herself just because her evil sister "saved her life"... Lakorns are just crazy like that I guess...and without it, we'd have no entertainment...but that's just something I needed to get off my chest....that's all... Any thoughts?