Just @ pull next time. You ain't fooling anyone. Also regarding the book one, the most laughable part wasn't that she'd pay $40 for a book. The most laughable part was that she overpaid because she obviously doesn't care enough to shop around or shop on the Japanese version of Amazon. Also the hilarity of saying she's gonna be poor from buying a copy of a book she ALREADY HAS in the US. All this despite the fact that she doesn't even read and those books are almost certainly just going to be decorative or used in more uninspired flat lays. Spend money on stupid shit if you want to, but don't whine about it in the same breath. It just comes off as humble flexing.
I don't doubt someone was polite with her and maybe complimented her, but the whole "your makeup is perfect" thing seems really weird, especially considering her awful nose contour. Also glad she clarified her statement because one seemingly nice dude does not negate the fact that many women and girls do get groped on trains in Japan.
Ugh these guys are up there with Girl Defined in terms of awfulness. I don't care that they're religious. What people believe in private is their own business. What DOES grind my gears is how they're spreading downright harmful ideals. Advocating against mental health care and education for women is just disgusting and can seriously harm people. People DIE due to untreated mental illness, for fuck's sake. And if you want to use NFP then whatever, but don't tell your audience not to use any form of BC. Things like the pill can be extremely helpful in treating certain illnesses. For millions of women it's about more than just avoiding pregnancy. For me it was about avoiding debilitating pain every month that kept me from being a functioning human being. YouTube out here punishing channels that talk about important social issues and current events, but they're apparently ok with these people spreading an actual dangerous message. Great job YouTube
she only likes the aesthetic of coffee, not coffee itself. I think she even said that Starbucks caramel macchiato is not sweet enough for her and tastes bitter (imagine fucking your tastebuds up so much that a caramel macchiato isn't sweet... blegh)
Nah I get that feeling too. Everyone has the right to stay in the closet until they feel comfortable coming out. It's really gross that she'd shame Japanese lesbians for choosing to express their sexuality on their own terms, especially when she claims to be all about female empowerment and whatnot.
Seriously, she says Japan is her "home" and claims she loves it but she can't be bothered to try and write a single kanji after studying this language for 6 months? I get some of them are complicated and hard to remember but if you're really interested in learning the language wouldn't you at least make an attempt? Imo trying to write it and messing up a few strokes is infinitely better than being too lazy to even try and write the two-stroke character 人.
Wow she is so sheltered to think LGBTQ people don't get asked invasive questions or have their identities invalidated as much as asexual or aromantic people. Has she seriously never seen the kind of questions trans people get asked about their genitals? How bi people are constantly erased and treated as though they are gay and just haven't "picked a side" yet? Has she ever even TALKED to actual LGBTQ people about their struggles? Because what she's spewing sounds like nothing but uneducated assumptions slathered with a big fat layer of "woe is me". Fuck you Kenna. Stay out of anything pride-related until you grow up and venture outside your oppressed little bubble.
Ya know, if she finds a question she doesn't feel comfortable with or thinks is too invasive she could just... not answer? Ignore it? Move on? She makes life so much more difficult for herself than it needs to be.
completely agree. It's fine to like kpop just like it's fine to like any genre of music. Liking a group is fine. But when it becomes your entire identity and you base your life decisions around it? Even something as big as getting a living, breathing animal? That's not the sign of a healthy, well-adjusted adult. And unfortunately for her, she seems to only be surrounded by people who feed into her obsession, like Duncan. I hope at the very least they TRY and take caring for this dog seriously.