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Chandra, played by actress and indie filmmaker Desiree Akhavan, may have given Hannah bad advice about bicycle security, but she’s the one we’d totally want to hang with in real life. Chastity (Selenis Leyva)On the verge of stardom, Leyva (who plays Gloria on Netflix’s prison dramedy) delivered a brief but hilariously memorable season-one turn as Hannah’s legal firm co-worker, as blunt with an opinion as she is with an eyebrow pencil.
Judging Adam’s unsolicited dick pic, Chastity opines, “I like a dirty pic, but this, right here?
You can blame traffic (leave earlier), you could blame the slow pace of life (hardly, Bangkok is a booming place), the fact of the matter is Thai people don't care about your time they only care about themselves and being late is not because they didn't mean it intentionally they did, they were doing something else and didn't care that you were waiting for two hours to arrive.
Contratry to popular belief about how polite Thai people are and how respect is a huge part of society, the truth couldn't be further from the truth.
One great example is, if a Thai person were to work for you, they would show up late or not even show up at all and not apologize for it, though I bet if they were late to school they would have to say sorry to the teacher.
It's not because Thai people are centered on service, in fact, Australia is a more people working in services than Thailand and it has half of it's population.There are North, South, Eastern, and central Thai people.Thai people even have a saying about what they are like depending on where you come from a Thai person would say Northern Thai people are lazy, Southern Thai people are bad news, Central Thai people are selfish, Eastern Thai people only care about money.(Fun fact: A few episodes before Quinto’s appearance, Shosh marvels that rising star Adam is “auditioning with, like, Zachary Quinto or, like, Armie Hammer even.”) 15.Marlowe (Joy Bryant)Bryant’s Poughkeepsie junk-shop proprietor resembles Lisa Bonet’s aforementioned Tandice in both personality and skin tone (which speaks quite succinctly to the limited range of roles inhabited by performers of color on the show).