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  1. patrickstar added a post in a topic Joankeem / Joanday   

    At this point she's just using her friends for video content. 
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  2. patrickstar added a post in a topic Jenn Im | imjennim | clothesencounters   

    Once again her insecurities shines in this video. Makes me wonder what Ben means to Jenn when she said she'll miss his optimistic, positive mindset if he's gone. She didn't even list anything else whereas Ben said he'll miss Jenn's smile, holding her and basically her just being there with him. It feels like she's just using him to distract her from her pessimistic, negative mindset. 
    And they had a fight because of how Ben uses paper towels... 
    I really wonder what kind of person Jenn is in real life. 
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  3. patrickstar added a post in a topic Joankeem / Joanday   

    Nah Joan will pretend that she doesn't know about it and will continue repost only those who praises her useless cream. 
    Also I wonder who made the thumbnail for her extensions video because the "long hair don't care" caption is so accurate. She literally doesn't care about her hair. The wet dog description is so accurate too  
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  4. patrickstar added a post in a topic Unpopular Opinions (K-POP Edition)   

    The choreography for Kill This Love is so underwhelming. I'm guessing the choreographer saw lazy Jennie's performances and figured out she can't handle powerful dances. 
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  5. patrickstar added a post in a topic Joankeem / Joanday   

    I feel uncomfortable just by looking at her posture. Why is her head sticking out so much?
    To be fair, there are many influencers who aren't "pretty" or "slim", of course beauty is subjective but Joan isn't pretty to me and there are influencers like Kim Thai or Heyitsfeii... But anyway I checked out one of her videos and she replied to a comment saying that she's 29 which I find shocking? She's older than Joan but doesn't find her a creepy Jennie stalker or wannabe and her tweets regarding the Watsons mask... I thought she was a teenager or something. I'm surprised Season 3 is out since the demand didn't really seem high... 
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  6. patrickstar added a post in a topic Unpopular Opinions (K-POP Edition)   

    Am I the only one bothered about the random Samsung gadgets in the music video? Rose putting her hair back to feature the Samsung watch, both Jennie and Jisoo had close ups of them with the Samsung wireless earbuds, and I had to repeat Jennie and Lisa's part where the both of them were holding the phone in front of their faces because I was so confused, the lyrics has nothing to do with mobile phones or calling or texting. 
    This might be one of their worst choreography, I was expecting something energetic and badass but it was so boring. Too much English, and Lisa's rap has no flow. 
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  7. patrickstar added a post in a topic Joankeem / Joanday   

    Same, the both of them annoys me with their clickbait and "How idols..." videos. There are legit idols who have Youtube channels like Apink Bomi, f(x) Luna, CLC Sorn... I don't get why people will bother watching Christine's and Grace's videos, I'm sorry but they look nothing like an idol to me and Grace's videos are actually all very cringe-worthy. 
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  8. patrickstar added a post in a topic Unpopular Opinions (K-POP Edition)   

    Exactly. People don't really care about BTS or even K-pop, they're just using them for their own advantages because they know ARMYs are going to jump on anything that involves BTS. 
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  9. patrickstar added a post in a topic Unpopular Opinions (K-POP Edition)   

    Yup. That was exactly what I said, maybe people did not turn into die hard K-pop fans after Gangnam Style and Nobody but it doesn't mean both songs did not contribute anything. I can't speak for those in UK or America because I live in Asia and but maybe shockingly, nobody in Asia really cared about K-pop back then until Nobody. Nobody was the song that converted so many people into K-pop fans. 
    After thinking about it, I think ARMYs are the ones who paved the way. In BTS's case, it seems like most of their fans were already K-pop listeners who then became ARMYs who overly hyped them up which is why they blew up. From there, people just hop onto whatever is trendy, American shows started to invite them and feature them in articles to get higher view counts, etc. 
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  10. patrickstar added a post in a topic Unpopular Opinions (K-POP Edition)   

    Of course I expect some people to not care about what the language is, even for myself I'm ngl I don't even know what language Despacito is and I don't bother exploring other songs in that language too. But I'm saying that I'm sure some other people (like @touru who said he/she found K-pop through Gangnam Style) do care. I have a friend who is British and even his uncle know it's Korean, I remember it even came out in a popular UK questionnaire show (can't remember the name of the show) and the person got the answer "Korean" right too. 
    I agree which was why I commented about it too because I saw all those hate comments and also ARMYs being childish as usual. No doubt BTS made a huge contribution but who cares there's no award for this shit. I find it meaningless to keep harping on who is the one who paved the way.
     
    Side note I am actually excited for Blackpink's comeback, the teaser looks awesome even though I hate their individual teasers. I hate the gun shot sounds, it makes me panic. 
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  11. patrickstar added a post in a topic Unpopular Opinions (K-POP Edition)   

    Tasha is Singaporean, she was in the group Skarf and also participated in Idol School. 
    It's so stupid how fans are arguing about who "paved the way". I think Psy, Wonder Girls and BTS all made decent contributions to spread Kpop to the west. Maybe people didn't became die hard fans of Wonder Girls and Psy, but at least from what I see it's through Nobody and Gangnam style that people in the west knows K-pop exists in the first place. Why can't they all paved the way? 
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  12. patrickstar added a post in a topic Joankeem / Joanday   

    With purchasing reasons like "I bought a pair of glasses to protect my eyes from dust"... I can see why she has 47 hoodies.
    You'd think that for someone whose family has gone through bankruptcy, she'll be more careful and smart about her spending especially when her Youtube career is obviously not going to last her a long time... Remember when she bought those expensive micro glasses to follow that ridiculous and ugly sunglasses trend... Now that the trend has died off, you never see her wear them again. 
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  13. patrickstar added a post in a topic Joankeem / Joanday   

    Yup. She doesn't admit she bought those things like the brown bag and metal frame glasses because of Jennie and when her Kboo fans tell her "omg Jennie has it too!!" she'll just vaguely reply with a pink and black emoji, pretending she has the same style and taste as Jennie. 
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  14. patrickstar added a post in a topic Joankeem / Joanday   

    Does she even have a license? I've never seen her drive, her brother is always the one who drives her around. I doubt Joan pays for everything and is still able to fund her expensive lifestyle. Accommodation in Seoul is expensive, bigger Youtubers who live in Seoul all have to stay in tiny one-room apartments while Joan lives in a pretty big one with 3 bedrooms. I think her dad sends them some money to pay for the rent. It make sense for Joan to live with her parents because she'll not be able to survive on her own based on the facts that she can't even wrap presents herself or put a chair together herself. 
    Juno doesn't seem like the type who would settle for a girl like Joan, maybe he treated it like a fling but Joan took it seriously. Obviously she invested more into the relationship but it's so funny how she pretends to be unbothered but is clearly very bothered, dropping hints here and there and the screencap of her face shows how aggressive she was talking about it. 
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  15. patrickstar added a post in a topic Joankeem / Joanday   

    That's because she doesn't actually cares for her skin on a regular basis which is why she always has to resort to lasers, steroids, extractions at Troiareuke when things go bad... Look at those Youtubers who actually cleared their skin and acne problems. Ivan Lam, Hana Lee, Liah Yoo... In the beginning when they had acne, they've all done research and bought products with their own money. The difference is they don't just use whatever was sent to or given to them. 
    If you really want to clear your skin and if you're still getting acne break outs while using all the "expensive products" that are supposed to work, shouldn't you try and incorporate some good lifestyle and diet habits instead of constantly eating bread and pizza even though they are well-known for worsening acne? The constant face touching when she's outside, touching her face after she touched her laptop... What causes acne? Bacteria. 
    Joan is just a big joke whenever she talks about skincare products. 
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