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i don't want to derail on this topic, but i saw emily one time in public and couldn't place what i knew her from for a bit, but she was striking in person and her clothes were super cute. so yeah, it's kind of hard to tell what people look like in real life vs their instagram photos.
I get that she's trying to be more self aware, but the things she talks about really accentuates how young and clueless she is. Her saying no girls she went to high school with were cool speaks so much more to her personal assessment of other women. I think everyone else has said it before, but most people try to break down and examine their weird complexes about things, but in the privacy of their own homes or to their therapists or to their friends, instead of fumbling through some inarticulate thoughts in front of millions of people.
I thought she was kind of weird looking when I first saw her in videos, but I agree that she's pretty. But I also think she's too vain to look "bad" or goofy in videos and photos and she's very boring. It's not that surprising to me that her career as a personality or a model never really took off bc of that.
I THINK that with her film background, it makes sense for her to keep on going and trying to find the line she needed to get out, BUT the joke isn't funny and the payoff isn't worth it at all. She sounds like a robot malfunctioning and the video itself is scary, even if her behavior is only slightly concerning to her fans.
I think her gaining a huge following on youtube has kept her from gaining vital self-awareness and introspection a lot of people her age go through because of school or having their first real jobs and experiencing a lot of disappointment in some way shape or form (emotional/interpersonal or professionally.) She's still young but it just seems slightly disingenuous to me that she's kind of making these videos that are meant to be seen as advice for the young people that are following her about subjects that she's supposedly knowledgable in because she experienced those things, whether it's sex or college, but really a lot of people realize what they have gone through and what they can maybe do differently much later, when there's more distance between who they are as people and those experiences. I think if she were to hold off a bit on that big sister persona she so wants to attach herself to, she would understand that her perspective on a lot of those subjects is skewed and unrealistic for most people.
I think the waist/hips thing is a slight perspective trick. She's leaning back in the more recent photos where her hip to waist ratio is more noticeably different and the comparison shot is more straight on
I haven't been following her for a while and unsubscribed but her first official video featuring Chris showed up on my recommended videos. I feel like she's been dying to do relationship type videos on her channels. I don't know much about Chris because tbh I don't care but maybe it's mutually beneficial for them.
I actually don't mind the outfit and feel like if you're going to do a monochrome look, you can either go with something that's all the same shade and material or mix things up with different textures and finishes. I think for me the pose just kills this whole look. It's so awkward and it kind of looks like she got too tired and is half resting on the rail but also about to take a step, and her hair looks flat and wet somehow.
So weird. I feel like with the way he's been going in the past couple of years, he seems interested in doing some sort of production/development work for idols without any self awareness as to what is actually beneficial. Like he doesn't even know how to make himself look better, how can he do that for other people
The people in her pictures are mostly streaming, so they stream their gameplay and cross pollinate audiences and stuff like that. They're very popular among gamers and nerds, which is yet another audience Coco seems to want to capitalize off of, despite never having shown any interest in gaming or nerdy things before.
LOL I thought that the sheet masks on her calves was a TBT or something, because the way her hair is styled (long and brown with bangs) combined with her shirt and the masks, which I thought were some weird tights or knee high socks looked like something straight out of 2009. I may be in the minority here, but I don't think those heavy, long extensions are doing her any favors.
What even is it supposed to be? A pop-up? Collaboration? Permanent storefront? Coco merchandise? Curated mid level designer stuff? Couldn't she have been even a little bit more clear in her post, or is she banking on not having to assume responsibility if things go south because she didn't put any effort into properly promoting something she's a part of in the first place?
She looks so ridiculous with her Dior saddle bag acting like she’s saintly for being a brat and acting like a teenager even though she’s in her late 20s. Grow up—it’s not always about who gets the last word. Anyone with two brain cells to rub together knows that even if they have some grievances or stress or lack of fulfillment in the work place knows that it’s not always easier or better to air your dirty laundry, especially when you can’t even get your story straight. In the court of public opinion, coco’s already guilty.
I mean, he's complaining about something that no one can really fix (someone manually reporting his video for having a song that it didn't have) so I don't know what can even be done in that situation and IDT complaining in a rant video will change anything. As far as I can tell Duncan still talks to his Youtuber friends like Mahoto and Tomikku, IDK about Mimei though.