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THAM KRABOK, THAILAND - AUGUST 5: Thai and Va Vang prepare to have offerings blessed by a Shamen during a good luck ceremony shortly before the family gets ready to depart their home at Wat Tham Krabok on August 5, 2004 in Wat Tham Krabok refugee camp in Tham Krabok, Thailand. Thousands of Hmong refugees who fled Laos for Thailand 30 years ago are preparing for a new life in America after the U.S. government announced it was launching a resettlement program for up to 15,000 Hmong living in the refugee camp northeast of Bangkok. The actual movement of the Hmong from the camp to their new home, including medical screening and necessary cultural orientation classes is facilitated by the International Organization for Migration (IOM). Since the migration started, over 1,500 Hmong have departed for America. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

A two-minute long pesticide commercial from Thailand has gone viral because of its melodramatic story and cheesy acting. 

It starts with a homeowner spraying foam pesticide on an actor in a termite costume.

The termite defiantly spits at the guy and then goes home to his colony.  But when his “brothers” in the colony touch the foam they all die a dramatic death.