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happy-xy · a day ago
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KinnPorsche | EP.7
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heretherebedork · a day ago
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Pete doesn't look away from anything. He never does. He keeps watching, he watches the old man get beaten, he watches Porsche fall apart, he watches Kinn tantrum over him being missing, he watches Vegas torture someone, he watches Vegas flirt with Porsche... Pete is always, always watching.
Pete sees everything, just as Vegas does.
Vegas sees and knows everything, he knows how to use his information and he knows how to use the people who get it and he understands people on a deep level that he has to in order to manipulate them to do his bidding.
Pete sees everything, he understands people on a deeper level because he tries to help everyone understand their circumstances, he wants to help people accept their lives and be happy and he wants to believe that people can be happy no matter what they're doing, can find a way to be happy.
He's struggling with that himself, though, whenever he drops his bubbly persona or spends a moment too long in silence or alone.
Vegas and Pete are opposites but they're opposites that connect. They're manipulation and trust and hurting and being hurt and heroes and villains might not be real but there is always good and evil, black and white... and gray.
(no book spoilers)
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wanderlust-in-my-soul · a day ago
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When you’re jealous and your bodyguard boyfriend is a little brat
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x-exo-l · a day ago
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KinnPorsche + tongue, ep. 7
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blrambling · a day ago
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Pete when he sees a pack of condoms:
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Pete when he sees Vegas torturing a guy:
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Someone needs to get his priorities in order, when it comes to what he should be scared of!
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simplerainbow · a day ago
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How dead Vegas eyes look as he goes to kiss Porsche really gets me, that man is just checking things off a list. And then you see Kinn who looks at Porsche like.....that. Even when they're not about to f**k
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And it's hilarious to me the amount of times Vegas mentions to the #1 Kinn enthusiast, how much different they are. Like yes precisely 😐
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jpegsdvd · a day ago
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Let’s unpack the bathroom scene from episode 7.
First off: Kinns trust issues. As we know, Kinn has trust issues, causing for him to trust no one. He assumes that something happened between Porsche and Vegas, and even when Porsche denies it, he still doesn’t trust him. He resorts to his defense mechanism instead. We see him get in Porsches face and call him “loose” (in other words a whore). Porsche, standing up for himself, slaps him and admits his love to Kinn. This is a pivotal moment seeing as before this, neither one of them outwardly spoke of their love for one another.
Second thing: Porsche wanting for Kinn to trust him and be enough for him. Porsche wants to be let in by Kinn. We constantly see him questioning Kinns feeling for him. The moment in the hospital when Vegas comes in, and Kinn shrugs Porsche off (defense mechanism) you can see on Porsches face the disappointment from that moment. Though when Kinn shows up on the balcony, it reassures Porsche and us as the viewers.
THAT SCENE: The thing about this couple I have come to realize is that they speak to each other CONSTANTLY without words. Some could see that moment and that scene as them just having sex instead of talking but there’s more to it. After Porsche confesses to Kinn, he tries to walk off, yet Kinn stops him. Kinn had been warned before to not try to have Porsche in replacement of Tawan, I believe in this moment, everything was clear for him. Hell, it was probably clear before this, when they were on the balcony. But in this moment, Kinn knew what Porsche was seeing.
Porsche stopping Kinn: As things begin, we see for a moment Porsche stopping Kinn. They look into each other eyes and something unspoken is said. The way Porsche looks at him, it’s like he’s silently asking to be trusted, to be let in. Kinn nodding his head. Silently agreeing. We see Porsches hands go to hold Kinns face after. With tenderness and care. The intimacy in this scene, the love, the lust, the passion.
Kinn letting go of his self control: Before this moment, there had been two other moments where Kinn stopped himself; the river and the balcony. Kinn finally let’s go and allows himself to go there with Porsche. This is the moment Porsche realizes the control he has over Kinn. Kinn silently saying Porsches name as every ounce of the control he’s had over himself disappears. We see throughout this episode and the side episode that he’s trying to allow for Porsche to have his freedom and choose and could this be the reason for the self control? In the novel, after Kinn is told to make sure he’s not replacing one with the other, he avoids Porsche to make sure that he’s not doing that, to be sure that he’s not using Kinn and that his feelings are in the right place. It could be possible that the phone call was a reference to that without them actually going down that route OR there’s next week episode. I hope it’s option #1. Leave your thoughts!
edit: also would love to mention how during the scene, it felt like it was just Kinn and Porsche and no one or nothing else mattered. It was just them and their love in that moment and the cinematography of the scene was excellent at portraying that.
PSA: This show is marked 21+ for ratings. If you are not that age or can not handle the material DO NOT watch it. and DO NOT ruin it for others who are enjoying this show
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tobeornottotc · a day ago
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would you mind explaining what Vegas' deal with Pete is? i didn’t read the book and i keep seeing all these posts about them and foreshadowing and i feel like i’m missing out on something
Hi!
I'll do a small non spoiler but semi spoilers summary about them here and then I'll break down some of the foreshadowing scenes they've had towards their actual arc and plot.
Non Spoilers Spoilers...
Vegas and Pete are the second couple from the series, so they're massive main characters, Pete so far has been hidden or only connected to being a happy go lucky guard (it's actually a point for him because his identity is muted and he's only devoted to being loyal to the major family) second. Vegas is a sadomasochist I don't think this is a big spoiler because episode 7 has shown his penchant for torture, and obsession with pain and targeting Kinn. (This is shown when in episode 4 he gets turned on by Porsche hitting him), and in episode 7 when you see how much his world is soaked in blood and filled with screams because someone has to get the job done. This is due to a presence of someone who we see but it's so muted in the show apart from episode 1, his father, it's clear he is following his father's instructions and he wants to be praised for being a good mafia leader only he is not as powerful as he wants to be, he's owned by the major family despite being family, he's made a worm in front of Kinn, because of that ring and Pete is meant to be loyal and also a follower of that ring, the one set to protect that family. So you see the vibes between them? Pete enjoys violence and he likes doing what's right and he's morally grey about things, but he's still a very smiley happy chill bodyguard so it's surprising he ends up being paired with someone like Vegas the question is why? Right now in the show if you believe in his mask Vegas wants Porsche, and he wants to be taken seriously but Kinn keeps coming over and ruining that, and disgracing him, this will soon drive him crazy and he'll need to do something about that anger, to unleash the monster inside guess who is at the moment spying at him clueless and ignorant that Vegas knows he's been spied on? Ofcourse Pete. So yes if KinnPorsche starts with Porsche being captured and chained to be his body guard, VegasPete is more of the same the thing but more literal and more messed up go figure. Okay now spoilers with foreshadowing
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Food motif: Pete is always hungry and is never pampered or cared for, no one ever hears what he needs or wants because as a bodyguard he's meant to have no identity of his own no more, and is meant to be muted. Whatever he gets he gets, food portions are not great and Porsche noticed and they're not allowed to shout or rebel or show discomfort, Pete always reminds Porsche about his place. But Pete needs warmth, food, and someone to notice what he needs (he also apparently needs the pleasure of violence and pain from the way he's acting) and Vegas naturally has done that for him now thrice. Are you hungry is a massive thing for them, it's through food they bond later, it's through food Vegas shows care, he feeds those he's hitting on (Porsche in episode 4), and especially with Pete, in episode 6 he notices Pete needs a mosquito repellent and food for staying out all night, this is his mask and him mocking and playing a game with Pete a la the condom but it's also him because he's with his brother at that time (moment you see him without his mask) he gives Pete things that as a bodyguard he didn't even think to ask for or get for himself. Vegas notices those things. Even in this episode he notices Pete's hunger as much as Arm was the one who was speaking about it, and he probably also noticed Pete's interest/intrigue in the torture he did.
Torture/Pain: Vegas enjoys seeing people show pleasure in pain, he's a sadomasochist, he enjoys inflicting and receiving (because it's all he's known and its how he's survived mentally) and it's something that he seeks someone else to understand and accept about him. He wants to be accepted as the monster he is but people don't, and he's told many times he's a monster unloved and failure, Vegas seeks that person who can handle him and stay with him. In comes Pete, he doesn't know why but he's pulled to Vegas, he's intrigued, unflinching when seeing the monster Vegas is, but showing fear at the masked Vegas, Pete is interesting he hides who he is by smiles and jokes, he accepts the immmorality of the mafia world, and he is always strong and in front of the mission the most, he even enjoys being part of the mission but that's not who he is at all. He has a darker side, one that wants to scream and cry and find his voice, one that he mutes because as a guard he can't be that way, and it's important. Pete is interested in not just infliction of pain but also at the receiving of pain, this is a dynamic between them that will be explored when Pete is forced to deal with that truth
Pete spying on Vegas: Foreshadowed so many times this episode: lack of phone battery, unable to connect to Kinn, Vegas knowing he's been sent by Kinn this episode to keep an eye on him and Porsche? Building up to how these two story start, Pete is intrigued by monster Vegas unflinching, unafraid but he still jumps and smiles fakely at masked Vegas, that's the Vegas that frightens him, and he will get to see all versions of Vegas soon, Vegas enjoying torture or being desensitised to violence in this episode is foreshadowing these two and vegas will bring Pete into his life, and his innermost self. Pete has been sent to unwillingly spy on Vegas, and in doing so he becomes chained stuck with him and learns more about who he is, annd who the man in front of him is, and how sad and devastating it is that no one else has ever seen the real Vegas apart from his brother. Every version of Vegas we've seen so far isn't even who Vegas is, isn't even who he wants to be like Porsche learns about Kinn forced to be chained to him in the forest, Pete does the same forced to be chained to Vegas's surroundings with no way to escape.
No heroes or villains: Pete's conversation about no heroes or villains is important because Vegas comes of as a villain but he's not the villain people think he is or should be afraid of, he's also a pawn, wanting freedom, wanting deat* , wanting love, but he can't have that because whole life is soaked in deat*, pain, and screams, his whole life has been on the defence, and its in that he has had to make these masks to survive, people say Vegas has a choice in the matter, but mentally I don't think he does, I don't think he can see a way out of the choices he makes, because it's more complicated. Vegas has reasons for everything he does, everything... and it's interesting when by the end the question becomes is he a villain or a just a red herring. Can a monster like him still be saved? Pete believes so, Pete believes before he even interacts with Vegas that people have layers, that what makes people do what they do, has explanations, and it's because he gets that, because he seeks someone as messed up as him to see him, just as he sees them that he becomes a perfect fit for Vegas's pain, and fight, and it's actually in his own way his freedom, but people will tend to differ because of how dark their story is.
Thanks anon! If I remember anymore I will let you know, but yes there's a lot foreshadowing these two, and lots when they're around each other for example Vegas and Pete together taking down the Don, is foreshadowing the power couple vibes they'll have later when they get together, it's them against the world, both powerful, both cunning, both in the action. And Macau you'll see more of him too with Vegas I'd advice you to keep an eye on the stuff Vegas says about him to Porsche in his mask, vs how he is with Macau in reality ie episode 2. Because Macau is everything vegas is living for and it's the one thing that he is here to do, protect him and keep him safe and happy, spoilt and pampered (because vegas spoils people naturally which again Pete needs). Anyway yeah there's more to them but for now I'll leave it like this. If you have anymore questions about certain scenes or just them in general feel free to ask :)
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allmycosmicthoughts · 14 hours ago
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funny-aneurysm · a year ago
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Zettai BL ni Naru Sekai vs Zettai BL ni Naritakunai Otoko
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angelbesideme · 29 days ago
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✨ chaotic dumbass besties ✨
KINNPORSCHE THE SERIES: episode 3
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happy-xy · 15 days ago
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heretherebedork · 2 days ago
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thanks to @iguessitsjustme for the idea
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wanderlust-in-my-soul · a day ago
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Fascination -  The state of being intensely interested or attracted
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x-exo-l · a day ago
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Mile Phakphum and Apo Nattawin in KinnPorsche EP. 7
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blrambling · a day ago
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Barcode breaking down from the stress broke my heart. I'm sure he felt pressured partly due to some fans hating on him for 'breaking up' the JeffGameplay ship 🙄
I'm not sure if that's what he had in mind. It's his first time acting and then a big role like this on such a show. We know Thai actors always want to perform perfectly and are afraid of being a burden for the team and their fellow actors.
It's a long scene to shoot and in large parts he has to act alone. He seems to calm down a bit more when Jeff arrives and reassures him that he will catch him in the scenes. He basically gives him a carte blanche for improvising whatever he wants, which makes it harder for Jeff to act. he has no more key words if Barcode freestyles.
What Jeff does here is really huge and he carries a lot of weight and responsibilities in these scenes. In a way it makes a lot of sense to pair barcode with someone so much older and with experience. Jeff doesn't seem to be rattled by much in general, because he is used to the stage and the attention. Here they remind me a bit of Billkin and PP on stage, when PP has to sing live. Billkin is basically helping him through the whole performance while also performing his own. That's true support and I think it should be appreciated more by the fans. What Jeff does here is no small thing.
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25shadesoffebruary · 22 days ago
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ealeczander · 6 months ago
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korean bl dramas ~ part 1
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acacia-luna-royal · 20 days ago
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Right. There’s something that needs to be said and I don’t know if anyone else has done this but I’m going to.
Can we all take a good long minute and appreciate Kinn’s natural instinct please. Kinn’s heightened level of instinct really needs to be appreciated. And especially how on-alert it’s become since Porsche.
So, in episode 4, we have this scene:
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It’s just after the sauna and Porsche, Pete, Pol and Arm are all getting ready to eat and, just past Porsche’s shoulder, you can see Kinn in the next room.
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Kinn was looking away at first until Vegas showed up.
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But the fact that Kinn looked towards Porsche and the others before Vegas could even be seen from the zone he’s sitting in really stuck out to me. It’s like Kinn’s got a sixth sense for danger and always knows that something is wrong. Hence why he joined the group to eat with them instead of staying with Tankhun. The path that Vegas walked through can’t be seen from the room that Kinn is sitting in, only the window that you can see Kinn himself but Vegas hadn’t even come near that window before Kinn looked in Porsche’s direction, because, come on, why else would he look that way if it wasn’t because of Porsche? Kinn sensed the danger before he could even see it.
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And Kinn wasn’t having any of that.
The next scene I want to talk about, which made my heart sink, is the moment when the bodyguards and Kinn noticed that Porsche was missing.
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The way Kinn’s words come to a standstill the instant he notices that Porsche isn’t standing in his place at the bar gave me goosebumps.
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It took no longer than two seconds for Kinn to realise that something was wrong and that Porsche was in trouble. He didn’t need to look at his bodyguards who were looking for Porsche, to know that he was in danger. He didn’t hear them, or even need to hear them all asking the other where Porsche was, Kinn just knew that Porsche was in danger and instantly left the booth to join his bodyguards to go and look for him.
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His instincts are so on point that he trusts them every time. When something is telling him that something is wrong, he’ll trust his gut. Vegas says that it’s just that Kinn is paranoid, but I think Kinn has every single right to be paranoid.
Even then, I don’t think it’s paranoia. It’s clear that Kinn has been incredibly hurt in the past: he’s been betrayed by someone he probably gave his entire self to, to a person that he had opened his heart so wide to, a person he most likely loved with every ounce of himself, only to be hurt and his trust to be crushed. And it must have left him severely injured emotionally, mentally, possibly psychologically and maybe even injured physically, and even though physical wounds can heal over time, the scars of being mentally and emotionally hurt can remain with you until you die. So, it’s no surprise why Kinn is cautious of literally everyone he comes across, including not trusting his bodyguards 100% when it came to staying with him when Porsche was drugged.
But, with all that he does, something new has entered his life and it’s messing up with the foundations of protection that he has built around himself to keep himself safe and that’s Porsche. I don’t think Kinn believes that Porsche is the reason for all of the bad things that keep happening, and I doubt he thinks that Porsche is the mole, though Kinn has probably caught on to the fact that someone is targeting Porsche, whether to get to Kinn, or not, he’s probably not entirely sure. We know that, but Kinn might not have figured that out yet.
Porsche has triggered something in Kinn, something that Kinn has probably kept buried within himself to keep himself from getting hurt, so he’s completely conflicted and confused as to why he feels the way he does when it comes to Porsche and I believe that there’s a possibility that Kinn’s scared of where the heck these feelings are coming from; Kinn’s probably also frustrated by the fact that he can’t figure out why he’s feeling the way he is.
Kinn has found in himself a new vulnerability that just so happens to be Porsche. That’s why his level of instinct is damn high, especially whenever Porsche is involved. He probably does this unconsciously, but his mind (and possibly his heart as well) has latched onto Porsche and that’s why he doesn’t want Porsche to get hurt. That’s why he tried to throw himself in front of a bullet to protect Porsche. That’s why he worried about him. That’s why he knew that something was wrong when he didn’t see Porsche standing at the bar: his instincts told him that Porsche was in danger and Kinn didn’t hesitate to listen to them.
He’s not paranoid, he’s highly cautious with great reason. He’s picky with who he puts his entire level of trust in and he has a right to be picky. People are trying to kill him all the time. Someone has been keeping track of his duties and letting his enemies know, so of course he second guesses anything that crosses his path. Porsche however is like a new light in the dark that he lives in and Kinn doesn’t know whether to step forward and embrace that light and appreciate the warmth it will provide, or leave the light be and stay in the dark because that is where he has the most control and it’s less likely he’ll get hurt in the dark because he knows everything that goes on in these shadows he calls home.
Kinn isn’t paranoid, he’s highly cautious so Vegas can shut the fuck up.
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