So many people are being WKs! It's so frustrating!!! I work a public service job and people come in, read an English menu, and proceed to order in Arabic. Nobody at my work speaks Arabic and it's very frustrating because they don't want to order in English. Sometimes we have people (usually Latinos) that speak little to no English and ask me to translate the menu. My boss had me write on my nametag which languages I speak so we can get people the service they need. Taylor is more than capable of being able to order a fucking ice cream in Japanese! I'm seething because I know how that poor McDonald's worker feels, it's hard to understand foreigners when your vocabulary is very limited!
I don't understand why she feels the need to copy people. If she wants to become semi-popular again, she should do something that's totally original. It'll make her gain followers. She has so much money at her disposal, she could get a top of the line cosplay.
Snowflakes have really ruined my love for Asian culture in general. I'm a total history buff, I have always found Asian cultures waaaay more interesting than the western ones but that might be because taking western civ ruined me. I have found that I'm ashamed of being open about my interests. I had free time in a class once, so I was catching up on an anime I was watching. Someone inquired what I was watching and instead of saying anime I said, "Oh some show my family watches back at home" (greece). I'm very closeted about liking anime and dramas, truly tragic
Hello fellow yogini! I've been doing yoga for about 2 years now, I can give you some tips. If your body wont bend into a certain pose, do not try doing it! You can really hurt yourself by trying to stretch muscles that haven't been stretched very oftenKeep in touch with your breathingIf certain poses are uncomfortable, try a different variation of it until you can do it properly
I'm studying the biochemistry of food, so I feel like I can give some input on her donkey hide gelatin thing. I've been doing some research on it, and can confirm that it is nutritious, kind of. It consists of several amino acids that are necessary for life itself. It mainly has a-group amino acids in it, not much else. E Jiao is mainly used to treat blood related diseases because of the amino acids in it. This won't help prevent miscarriages (I think Yumi is trying to say it will), it really won't help with pregnancy very much. She would be much better off eating a very nutrient dense diet with a multivitamin every single day. Now, her relationship with food is very unhealthy for pregnancy. Yes, the placenta will provide nutrients for the baby, but you need an excess of nutrients while you are pregnant. Most doctors tell you to cut back on the meat while pregnant due to the fact that it can be contaminated very easily since it is usually processed in a factory. It seems that Yumi eats a decent amount of meat. She needs to eat more fruits, vegetables, and legumes while pregnant for a healthier pregnancy. It seems she also has mental issues, so that'll mess with her pregnancy as well. She needs to get to a state where she is TRULY happy before trying for a baby. Parenthood is no joke.
Those indentations around her upper cheek area looks like her skin is sagging from losing elasticity. Definitely from a lack of nutrients and food in general. If she looks like this in a video that she probably edited her face in to some degree, imagine how she looks irl. She isn't 30 yet, this is just saddening. Yuhan, please start incorporating a lot of fruits and vegetables into your diet to save your skin. Bananas and spinach are the best foods for skin and hair. And for the love of god, please go to a salon and get your bangs fixed. Gene Juarez is a good salon in Seattle. I've had my hair done there before, their stylists did a stellar job on my mother and I. The salon is one Pine Street, give it a try
You linked the wrong uni I genuinely doubt that anyone there wants to interview her. She doesn't seem popular, as in she seems to have no friends. I feel bad for her, but Splenda daddy is all she needs
I don't think UW would feature her as a success story?? The email looks unlike one of a professor's, it has a few run on sentences. (not saying that my English is the best, but still) The school has a daily newspaper/newsletter, whatever you want to call it. They might feature her on there, but the website? No. They can't feature her on the website because, 1) she isn't an alumni yet; 2) she isn't relevant enough online. I looked into it and the Fung Brothers are famous alumni that started on youtube, but they made their way to doing tv and stand up- hence why they're considered famous alumni. My cousin attends UW and she said she doesn't know of Yuhann, but it's a larger university so you come to your own conclusion from that. Also, why would a professor address her by her internet name and not her real name? Professors there hardly know their students, there's over 100 people per class. ALSO, professors can't really tell you what classes to take, that has to be discussed with the counselor who does scheduling! Sorry if this is all over the place
Isn't doing a rococo inspired accessory out of her skill range? Those European hair pieces aren't elegant, they're tacky and cheap. She really doesn't understand what elegant is, it kills me. Can someone clarify if she's morphing rococo and lolita together or if she's making them separate?