Thai Boat Noodle Review

Thai Boat Noodle Review

What is it?

The 2019 YouTube video/food review THAI BOAT NOODLE REVIEW by the YouTube channel JobbytheHong:

Thai Boat Noodle Review

What is it about?

This is how JobbytheHong describes this video:

JobbytheHong REVIEW of THAI BOAT NOODLE.

A Vlog / rant about this Thai noodles recipe.

It’s very spicy, oh yes hot spicy meat, yeah boi.

Thai cuisine is the best in the world.

Looking For Boat Noodles In Thailand?

All that I can remember of this dream is that I was watching a travel documentary or a travel show that seemed to be taking place in Thailand.

I remember them being inside a market/grocery store/mall-like place that had a variety of businesses that mostly seemed to be food businesses, including booths/stands/tables selling food, and I remember them mentioning and showing several popular food dishes in the country.

One was boat noodles, another was some kind of dumplings, and the third was calamari (squid) and/or octopus.

I wanted to try those food dishes, the next thing that I remember is that I seemed to be in maybe Thailand, and I was walking inside a building when I realized that it was the same building from that travel show or travel documentary.

I also recognized this place from some images online and/or online videos and/or somewhere else.

I wanted to try boat noodles and the other two food dishes, and so I walked around trying to find a buffet.

As I was passing a grocery store-like area I noticed an old assumed Thai woman sitting at a table selling boat noodles, and so I stopped to buy some.

The woman did not speak much English so we did not say that much to each other other than a few words in English and maybe she said only a few words in her language, I showed her some money that I had (maybe $5), and I asked to buy some boat noodles and I pointed at the food that she was selling and/or her menu.

She pulled out a notepad and something else as she tried to see how much money that was in her country’s currency, she told me how much and that for some more money that I could buy some dumplings and a larger portion of boat noodles (maybe $5 – $20), and so I gave her some money.

As she prepared the food I felt that I probably should have kept looking for a buffet because I could have gotten more food, possibly all the dishes that I wanted to try and more for cheaper, but I decided to support this local business/old woman.

After this I planned on eating and then continuing my search for a buffet, but I woke up as I thought about this while the woman prepared my food.

The end,

-John Jr

A Language Retainer?

Source: Wikimedia Commons

One of my dreams involved a pig in some way or form, but I am not sure which dream and I can not remember any other details.

I had a variety of dreams but I can only remember barely part of 4 dreams, I did not record my dream or dreams that I had when I first woke up because I did not feel like taking out my anti-snoring device (I was being lazy), and so that dream or dreams are forgotten now.

Dream 1

This dream possibly involved a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighting event or unofficial fighting event, and maybe I was one of the fighters but I am not sure; and that is all that I can remember.

Dream 2

This dream took place inside what seemed to be The E House and I was there with some children who were some of my cousins who were kids again oddly and maybe a few fictional cousins or some fictional friends of my cousins, and we spent most of the time in the bedroom by the family room and dinning room.

At some point my former uncle DE showed up, his daughter DE was one of my cousins who was there already, and he looked at me oddly like he thought that it was weird that I was alone with kids in a bedroom (the door was open).

It was slightly weird to me even though most of them were my cousins, I was only with them because I did not think that they should be alone, and so I waited for another adult to arrive so that they could babysit them because they were alone when I showed up.

I greeted my uncle DE and I said goodbye and I walked away, but he stopped me because he saw some orange oil-like stuff on the metal plate at the bottom of the door.

It looked like Africa’s Best Ultimate Herbal Oil oddly, I cleaned it, and then I said goodbye again but I woke up.

Dream 3

This dream involved a family (husband, wife, and four kids with maybe two boys and two girls or three boys and one girl) who were possibly in or from Thailand or the Philippines or somewhere, and they lived in on an upper floor of a structure that was like a small house one a roof.

The husband was possibly working for a mafia or gang or something to earn money for his family but I could be wrong, he did not want to, and he did not tell his family about this.

He returned home after a day of work as the kids were talking about him and asking their mother what kind of job does their father do, the mother replied that she does not know or want to know, but that he possibly worked for the mafia.

One of the sons was standing outside in the doorway and he asked his father this question as he walked in, the father did not answer, and the son saw the look on his face and assumed that it was true that his father worked for the mafia and then the son stood there in silence looking shocked.

I woke up shortly after this.

Dream 4

This dream took place during the day, I went to a fictional medical clinic that was in a small building on the top of a structure during a forgotten part of the dream, and at the end of the dream I returned there to officially sign-up at the clinic and schedule my next doctor’s appointment.

I was the only patient there and there were two nurses behind the desk, one with light-color skin and one with dark-color skin, and I told them why I was there and they had me start filling out some paperwork.

They then handed me several pages that were stapled together and they said that I had to pick a language retainer and sign the forms, and they said that I should read the pages which explains what this is et cetera.

I had no idea what a language retainer was, I told them that I had been there recently and now I wanted to sign-up and schedule an appointment and I had no idea what that was, they told me that I still had to do this and that everything was explained on the pages so I needed to read it and only then would they answer any questions that I had.

I sat down to read the pages, but I woke up.

The end,

-John Jr

Chocolate 2 (Zen: Warrior Within 2): Escape From The Avatar?

I think that this dream from last night was somewhat inspired by the 2008 Thai martial arts film Chocolate (Zen, Warrior Within), and this dream played more like a romantic comedy action film inspired by and/or continuing the film Chocolate (Zen, Warrior Within).

Chocolate Official HD Trailer – Director of Ong Bak

All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that it took place during the day probably somewhere in the continent of Asia like maybe the country of Thailand, but I am not sure.

Chocolate (2008 Film) (Zen: Warrior Within)

What is it?

The 2008 Thai martial arts film called Chocolate (Zen, Warrior Within) that was directed by Prachya Pinkaew and starred the actress Yanin Vismitananda (Yanin “Jeeja” Vismitananda) as the character named Zen.

Chocolate Official HD Trailer – Director of Ong Bak

What is it about?

They did a terrible job setting up the plot of Chocolate and letting the viewer know what was going on and who was who in my opinion, and so we had to make up our own story about what was going on during various parts of this film as we watched it.

This is how Rotten Tomatoes describes this movie:

A kickboxing hero with a difference arises in this action saga from Thailand.

Japanese mobster Masashi (Hiroshi Abe) and his Thai partner and girlfriend, Zin (Ammara Siripong), narrowly escape death at the hands of underworld boss Number 8 (Pongpat Wachirabunjong) and his bodyguard Priscilla (Sirimongkol Iamthuam), but the scuffle has unexpected consequences — Masashi’s superiors order him to return to Japan, and Zin finds she’s pregnant with his child.

Zin raises their daughter, Zen (Yanin Vismitananda), on her own and discovers she’s autistic; one of the few things that helps bring Zen out of her inner world is chocolate, and in time the girl develops a remarkable skill in the martial arts.

When Zin is diagnosed with cancer, the family cannot afford the chemotherapy that could save her life until her friend Moom (Taphon Phopwandee) comes up with a plan — plenty of people still owe Zin money from her days as an outlaw, and with Zen as a candy-fueled enforcer, he might be able to get them to pay up and raise the funds for Zin’s medical bills.

Chokgohlaet (aka Chocolate) was directed by Prachya Pinkaew, who previously made several pictures starring Thai martial arts master Tony Jaa.

~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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