I actually think that's a popular opinion I'm one of the few that like the age limit. I think it's perfect. I don't want to talk to children. Yeah I've seen it to and I report them. No idea if it works tho.
Tbh I'm not sure if this is an unpopular opinion or a popular one, it could go either way. Kim Kardashian did not look good at the met gala. She looks deformed and honestly a little scary. I first saw her look in this video: Link Does anyone actually think that looks good? I think I would feel really sorry for someone who did. This is not an obtainable standard and shouldn't be idolized.
A job I applied to months ago finally got back to me. It was a pretty good job in a field I used to work in (so I know the pay will be good too), but I had to turn it down because I already signed up to go back to school (and got a part time job). And the whole reason I'm going back to school is cuz I had so much trouble finding a job. Like it makes me so mad. They told me they would get back to me... I called them ssoooooo many times asking (begging) for a follow up. They emailed me TODAY for a third interview. Yeah, I'm not gonna put my life on hold for a job I may or may not get.
I read everyone's responses here...I guess I'll give mine now I got into K-pop when I was maybe 14 ish? I think Shinee Replay and Wondergirls Tell Me were some of the first kpop songs I heard. Before that I was really into Daft Punk and other techno music. I was considered a k-boo back then, and it's kinda a source of embarrassment to me. Although the term K-boo did not exist at this point. And I was not like the k-boos you see now. Like the ones that throw random Korean into sentences and want to become a Korean person. I was just really obsessed with K-pop and kdramas and it was kinda all I wanted to talk about. even now that I am not into Korean media anymore, I still have tv shows & artists I love and want to talk about, so I think that's just my personality. But a lot of people didn't like me for that. I was also super into K-pop because I loved to dance. In college I took Korean classes because I thought I should understand a bit of what I listened to. But apparently, to learn a language you also have to be into their culture.... ? So, I also took some Korean cultural and history classes, but they were mostly boring. It's funny, cuz I also took a few japanese history classes and those were super interesting. I only took the Japanese history classes because they were apparently easy and fulfilled a credit I needed, but I actually really enjoyed them. So even tho I had no interest in Japan, I found Japanese history and culture way more interesting than korean. I decided not to take Korean anymore after my 3rd semester. And I fell out of touch with my friends from Korean class. Sometime around 2015 I think K-pop just became boring to me. BTS was just starting to get a little bigger, but I don't think they reached where they were at now. I still love to dance...but I don't do it often anymore. Part of me wants to get back into kpop because I want to start dancing again, but I just find a lot of the music repetitive and boring. The music I listen to now is different. More genuine. K-pop is just too manufactured. It's fun, but at some point its just too predictable
oh interesting! Can you link the video youre talking about?? I'm answering more of your points here but I just shortened it cuz idk how to spoiler and I didn't wanna take up space with a wall of text: I guess I don't see it as "biting the hand that feeds them" when they moved to Japan and made that video. But I do think it sucked that they had just fundraised for a studio and business and then they left it all behind. That part was a little shady to me. But I had no issue with the video or with the fact that they moved. It's more about how quickly they moved after raising all that money, etc.
Oh no! I wasn't saying they could or couldn't. I was just pointing out what they've claimed and that there's no proof... (To the best of my knowledge). i don't think ordering says much either. But the person before said they couldn't even order a meal in korean, so I went looking for it, that's all.
This is a fun topic! I can't wait to read everyone's responses I guess off the top of my head... And I'm not sure if it counts. But when the stuff about Taylor R's husband being shady af came out, and Taylor made that video defending his shitty company/behavior. There were a lot of people in the comments of that video urging Taylor to press charges against the people that were "slandering" him. Ha! I think they mainly meant whoever wrote the article. But I believe it also extended towards pull and other sites like ours.
I was just in DC for the Cherry Blossom Festival and the amount of people who shake the trees for their photos makes me so upset. Please stop shaking the trees!!! Everyone is trying to enjoy the Cherry Blossoms...it's so selfish
I think it was just really fun to jump up and down on one leg, and flail one arm around like you lost it. Also the increasing speed of your CPR as it's not working, and then its all over. Like that song was so fun and intense for 5yo me to sing/dance along to. what dances do they do in the new version when they find a fish? Im picturing either a hand "goggles" or maybe a hand "fin" on top of your head like a shark searching? Lolz the new version definitely lost the intensity I found so fun as a kid. We had the better version.
I took a look at the korea vs japan video. The one they made after living in Japan for a year. And I didn't think it was insensitive either. But I felt like they maybe could have gotten a similar experience in korea if they lived in a more residential area, and in a smaller city. Right? I guess the change to a slower life was also benefitial to Martina's condition too. I think the people upset with them preferring their life in Japan than Korea are probably hardcore koreaboos that are jealous and cant comprehend why anyone would leave korea. Lol I dont think anythings wrong with moving to another country and enjoying your time there. And I don't think it's fair to bring up Korean sentiment towards Japan. Besides, I think most of their fans were overseas anyways? also I'm not saying your wrong cuz I haven't really watched them since highschool and barely remember... But I thought they did speak korean? I kinda went back to try to find what you mentioned. Like 'barely being able to order food', or smth. So I skimmed through a few "fapfaps" but I only found ONE where Simon ordered and it wasn't wrong..he said "[insert food name] and [insert other food name] please". Lol. I mean he had an accent but i don't care about that. I actually remember they made a video where they said they don't speak Korean on camera that often because people always made fun of their accents but that they do speak Korean. That was years ago tho and I took their word. Of course, YouTubers often lie about shit so who knows...
What kinda editing software do you use? I like to make music videos of my dog here and there for fun (not YouTube or anything) but I HATE the program I use. It's always freezing up on me. And sometimes I find the user interface kinda confusing. I know every program has somewhat of a learning curve but I find myself watching youtube tutorials on how to do basic stuff way too often. But my main issue is with the freezing, like it doesn't playback properly and I've watched so many youtube tutorials and read so many articles on how to fix the issue but it barely makes a difference.