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And she's just so lazy about it all, only half-assing it. There are channels that document the remodel, installing of a new home, youtubers who document how they recreate looks by thrifting/buying second hand, etc. Even with the Tokyo appartment, she pretty much ordered things online & showed it installed, rather then showing Tokyo stores, Tokyo furniture designers/brands etc. Even her hotel review are just a 5 mins room tour... We always come back to the same conclusion: so frustrating to see all the potential (ie: access to unlimited budgets & opportunities) but doesn't invest the work in it. (why is it quoting the wrong poster??)
Wow thank you for all the efforts you put into! I was wondering if maybe it would also be good to have a post detailling what most posters are having a problem with, including the disagreements between PULL users. Because a lot of people lurk on the forum, saw a couple of posts that they feel are ridiculous, and disregard the whole conversation, & I also understand that hundreds of pages, with same argument point coming back migt be a bit tedious to read. A text that argues logically what apects you/me/we have a problem with might be better to make our voice heard? Also, I'm pretty sure I saw somewhere on PULL an official statement? press release? that MC had a partnership? received investment? from an Australian company trying to enter the HK market (I think it's when the whole MC thing started to blow up, but been unable to find the post)
AND he's getting off of these young girls' body! I also really dislike how Taylor used to be super preachy about "working hard and you'll suceed". & sure he's not the only one, but it's never an excuse. He def. hasthe chance and freedom to do better, and I also dislike the fetichization and making +18 models look younger, insisting they just turned 18. I find it repulsive, & wish it would stop. I am very disappointed at Taylor of how preachy she can get, jumps on the Victoria Secret bandwagon to make her look good, but is ok with thisbecomes it feeds her lavish and over priviledged lifestyle.
Before I watch te new video, found this on MC: highly suggestive pictures with aswimwear very similar to Jpn "school swimwear", part of the school uniform during sports => plating on the lolita fetish, then the school uniform... & insist she "just turned 18". Looks like the swimwear pictures with the "MC" baloon wre shot in a famous Jp porn shooting location I don't undertsand chinese but then the interview her abouthow her breast looked when she was 15 (already big, etc. WTF??) https://www.menclub.hk/menclubgirl/3099 "yeah but she's over 18 so legal", yeah, but not cool bro, def. not some1 I'd consider having a daughter with (don't know if it's the right place to post?)
also, many posters in here are writing in their second/third language, which Taylor's can't do in Japanese or Chinese even though she lived several years in both countries, and has the time and money to take lessons.
Didn't they publish on SNS that Tom's company had signed a deal with an Australian company? (no idea about legislation in Australia though)
As I always posted, it's not just with the veru big moral issue, it's also just very bad business... "Just walk on the safe side for a while and stay away from girls under 19" just seems like an obvious business move!
You really don't need to translate everything, but just curious about this article posted by @mercy Google translate tells me the first few lines are talking about prostitutes in Brazil in comparison to very young girls?? When you have time, could you just clarify that point because it just seems horrifying
One of the sickest part is actually how he insists he wants a daughter also, Taylor boycotts Victoria's Secret because they refused to have Plus-sized models on the runway, but she tries to make us believe that this is fine for her? You really love the luxury lifestyle he provides you, don't you? (I'm sure she's also attached to her identity as a wife, and the stability and career he provides her, but come on...)