Sunday, December 02, 2007

Follow-Up: Thai Fashionstravaganza Continues, Intensifies

Commanders of Thai honor guard march in to the Royal Plaza at the start of the trooping of the colors to honor King Bhumibol Adulyadej in Bangkok, Thailalnd Sunday, Dec. 2, 2007. The King will turn 80 on Dec. 5, 2007. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong)

Wow, wow, wow. I'm all, like, OMG, it's the Sparkle Pony Army:


liquiddaddy said...

Your Highness,

This a perfect example of when somebody gives a revolution and nobody comes.

Lovely pictures of lovely uniforms (worn by lovely people).



Matty Boy said...

I am of two minds on the concept of royalty, but I am all over the concept of fabulosity, and the Thais show that even Hamid Karzai would look drab when they put on a party.

Yay, Thai fabulousness!

BadTux said...

My Kawasaki motorcycle built in Thailand looks like it was welded together by drunk Thai children after an all-weekend binge mainlining everclear, but I must admit that those uniforms are simply... ah... MAH-velous. I suppose I can forgive them then for sloppy welds and shoddy assembly quality. After all, one must party, right?

- Badtux the Motorcyclin' Penguin

Lulu Maude said...

Just promise me you will use your new forces only for good.

Carmen Sutra said...

I've already had plenty of fantasies about hot Thai guys in uniform, but an entire brigade of hot Thai guys in pink uniforms has just become Carmen's Ultimate Fantasy! I'm need tickets to Bangkok posthaste!

dguzman said...

Love the hats!

jakester said...

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The Lollipop Guild,
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And on behalf of
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We wish to welcome you to Munchkin Land!

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget our soldiers in the USA, in the good old days of the Civil War, had equally exotic uniforms as this website shows us-- The Princess might feel a special kinship of scale and poise with these Zouave action figures

TexasYankee said...

I wonder what Condi would like with one of those hats?