She's been public about the city she lives in after saying she wouldn't be, and then she put up footage of the outside right in front of her house. Tbh it wouldn't be too hard to find out where her neighborhood is, or even possibly her exact house. She's playing really fast and loose with her family's safety by putting up things like this.
Can we stop beating a dead horse here? Obviously we're not going to agree on this. Did she change her Instagram bio? "Chinese 😽Eastern WA 😽Cat😽猫喵喵😽YouTuber😽Fashion 😽Lifestyle😽Promoter 😽" I don't know what the Chinese in it means, but Google says it means "Cats meow meow" which is so cringey I can't. And at least she added "promoter" to it, because that's all she seems to do on the Internet any more is promote shitty products, tbh.
Did anybody else notice the absurd number of stuffed bunny rabbits behind her? There's also an Easter basket. Did she record this a month ago? "I think this is the most beautiful brush I have never seen" She's blind, guys! That explains her outfits... Also, is it just me, or does it look like her bangs are not level across her forehead. Her left side looks higher than her right side. It could be just me, though. Also that contour would probably make her jawline look really good if she would just untuck her chin for 5 goddamn minutes.
Yeah, I don't think I would say that he is for sure abusing her in any manner. She's cringey and he's skeezy, and that together with him being what looks like 10-20 years her senior creates a really uncomfortable power dynamic. When he says stuff about her needing to lose weight, or monitoring her weight, or that time he was filming her and she had a nip slip he just didn't mention it just makes me think he's not a good dude. Not necessarily an abusive dude, just not a good dude. Also he got waaay too heated when they went to see Logan, but hey, maybe she thinks that's attractive somehow?? Idk man, seeing footage of them together makes me feel like I just walked into a public bathroom where someone is going with the stall door open. I'm embarrassed and uncomfortable, and I really wish I hadn't seen that.
Yes, let's please talk about something actually snowflakey, which is literally what I've been trying to get people to do since I made the first post. Anyway, why does she use the cherry blossom filter when she's talking about being a "Chinese princess"? Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't cherry blossoms more of a Japan thing?
Did... Did you even bother to read my post? I said "show me any info since the dentist video," the operative word there being "since". As in after. As in not the dentist video, but sequentially after that in time. Just to clear that up. All I can find is a few times she mentions flossing or bushing her teeth. I'm willing to change my tune provided with the correct evidence. So she didn't used to floss her teeth. So what? I'm sure everyone here used to do stuff that looking back on it was kinda gross, just because you didn't know better. (Most people in China don't take care of their teeth the way Westerners do, so it's not inconceivable that she didn't know better if she hadn't been to a dentist since being in the US. Source. Source. Source.) She has since then developed a dental routine that seems adequate. It's as pointless to continue to call her gross over it as it would be to call someone who didn't used to wash their hands after using the bathroom gross. If the behavior has changed, isn't that what we're going for here? Continuing to make fun of someone over something they don't even do anymore is just like ????why???? I'm not trying to make anyone feel bad about anything, I'm just trying to tell people to think "hm, am I just being mean or am I actually doing something productive?". Literally the picture seemed to be mocking her features (gaps, larger front teeth, etc.). Putting aside how it was also mocking her hygiene routine, which I don't agree with for the reasons stated here, but I would have left that alone had that seemed to be the only thing at play here. For the record, because apparently it needs to be said, I'm not offended by people having different preferences. In fact, I said "Like, if you don't like gaps in teeth, good for you. I happen to love my gaps. If you think crooked teeth are hideous, fine. It's still not cool to say someone looks bad because of their crooked teeth." If you saw personal offense from my posts, I don't know what to tell you. That's not what I was going for. Text communication is tricky with tone. I was saying it's just as wrong to mock her for the shape of her teeth (what the picture read as to me) as it would be to mock someone for having some other physical feature, like a birthmark, scar, or other physical anomaly. It's cruel. When you make fun of someone for something they cannot change, it's cruel. And guess what? Mocking someone for a physical feature they have absolutely zero control over, like the physical appearance of one's teeth, is in fact body shaming. I'm all for gossip about her. Trust. When she deserves it, I'll stand in line. I just think it's childish to resort to stuff like making fun of her for her tooth shape, especially when there's so much other stuff you could be making fun of her for, even in relation to her teeth. It's as immature as calling someone four-eyes because they need glasses, or calling a fat person a whale.
Please, show me any info since the dentist video why you think she doesn't take care of her teeth. I honestly can't figure out where people are getting that from. It's like I'm missing something and I'd like to be in the loop. As far as I can tell since the dentist video, she's been flossing and brushing regularly, and going in to have her dental issues addressed. I can't speak to before, since she didn't really talk about her dental hygeine routine. Nothing snowflakey there. I thought this forum was about pointing out snowflake behavior, not just being cruel to someone for the sake of being cruel? Sharing food/drinks when you have gum disease is bad, I agree with you there. She should probably stop. Photoshopping your teeth whiter and then asking for opinions is foolish, I agree there, too. She should definitely stop.
Did you know that gum disease and broken teeth don't necessarily come from not taking good care of your teeth? And even if that were the only thing that could cause gum disease and broken teeth, she has shown great improvement in how she takes care of her mouth (flossing every morning, etc. Mouthwash is actually pretty bad for your mouth if you get stuff with alcohol in it due to the drying effects it has). You and I are going to have to agree to disagree about how well she takes care of her mouth, because from what I can see according to her most recent morning routine video she's doing the right things now, and I don't believe in making fun of someone for their past when they have changed their ways.When a dentist works on a tooth, they can cause microfractures to it or surrounding teeth, damaging the tooth's structural integrity. Also, if a dentist doesn't get all of the decay out when filling a cavity, the trapped bacteria will continue to eat away at the tooth, which will eventually cause it to break and probably need a root canal. That's the dentist's fault, but you can't do anything about it. Trust, that's what happened to me. The dentist causing fractures is probably actually what happened to her, since her tooth broke right after she had it worked on. She mentioned that she had to get a filling, which could be caused by acid erosion (either from stomach acid like people with acid reflux/GERD or bulimia, or eating acidic foods), not brushing well enough, using a toothbrush with too hard bristles, or having poor enamel quality due to other circumstances like genetics or disease. Directly after visiting the dentist, she flossed her teeth and the one that was worked on broke.Gum disease can be caused by mouth conditions being hospitable to bacteria (eating soft, processed foods like bread can contribute to this), not brushing well enough, and getting really nasty bacteria from other people. Additionally, her periodontal disease really wasn't severe. She had between stages 2 and 3, which is very common.Really, the only snowflakey things I see here about her teeth are shopping them really white, and then on top of that asking if her teeth look white. That should be made fun of because it's dumb and cringey.
Hey, guys, can we please try not to body shame her about her teeth? Having crooked, gapped, or otherwise flawed teeth is ok, and to shame someone for that is a really shitty thing to do. It makes everyone who has crooked, gapped, or otherwise flawed teeth feel bad about their own smile, too. Like, if you don't like gaps in teeth, good for you. I happen to love my gaps. If you think crooked teeth are hideous, fine. It's still not cool to say someone looks bad because of their crooked teeth. Do you think we could stick to stuff that's actually snowflakey and she can, y'know, fix? There are so many other things wrong with that picture (the cherry blossoms, the over-blurred face, the chin tuck...) that focusing on something that's just an aspect of her biology is really just mean for no reason. She didn't do anything wrong by being born with teeth that look the way hers do.
I think you're probably looking a little too much into this one. I have like 5-10 standby recipes that I make for a usual meal. A veggie casserole, vegetable soup, pot pie, spinach salad, and macaroni and "cheese" are the only ones I'd feel comfortable sharing with the Internet for fear of being told off about not eating properly or whatever. I think it's perfectly reasonable to try new recipes just for a YouTube channel. Basically David Seymour's entire YouTube career is based on trying foods for the Internet. I don't really think there's anything wrong with that in and of itself, tbh. Do I think her "yummy king" videos are cringey af? Yes. Have I actually been able to watch a single one all the way through without wanting to make a pit stop at barfville? No way. Do I think she should maybe stop doing those fetish-y food videos? For the love of God, yes. But trying new foods just for a YouTube channel is actually pretty normal.
I mean... It might not even actually be her mom. It's super easy to use two numbers to text yourself from. She has said her mom is "traditional" and doesn't want her and her boyfriend sleeping in the same room because of it. I doubt someone who's so prudish to forbid that would condone some of the more racy things she's posted. It's one thing to have sex with your boyfriend, it's another to put almost-porn of yourself on the internet.
https://youtu.be/ZhR6DxQ86DY?t=4m30s This is the one I was talking about with the sushi. Granted, she does go head and eat the sushi after he asks. Watching videos he's in makes me feel gross and I can't pinpoint why other than he just seems like a gross dude. There could be more, but I can't bring myself to watch to find out. It's that he keeps mentioning it. If she's caught it on camera 3 times and put it into her videos, how many times has it actually happened? Does he pull that every time she tries to eat?
My cousin called his stepfather "dad". He was a teenager when his mom and stepdad married, I think. My friend calls her stepmother "mom", too. It's just a personal thing. Especially if one of your biological parents is a total loser, it's not uncommon to do it, I don't think. We don't really know much about her parents' lives. Who knows? Maybe her biological father is a deadbeat.