Of course she needed to fold THE pervert panties of Japan... If you google "pantsu", they make up like half of the images. Yet again Yumi knows very well which part of their audience she's trying to reach out to with this video.
Right? The timelapses were way too much back then because they appeared in every single video, but now I'd rather watch a full video with only timelapses than her talking into the camera for twenty minutes just to tell us that this video will be boring.
Wtf that girl's calling herself Nazi-chan and she embraces the whole nazi thing, I wouldn't touch her channel. Also, her YT channel is blocked either outside of Japan or at least in Germany and... that's telling a lot. She seems to be a bit of a nutcase herself. Isn't she white? But she puts herself on the "Japanese side" of this? I really can't tell if that girl is serious or not, but I guess it's for good that I can't check out her channel...
That poem creeps me out. She's so into that Tumblr soft nature aesthetic thing, but the words in this poem are so harsh and creepy to me. I'm associating running away and tying something down to stop it from escaping with really negative things. Why do that to the words you love so much?
She mentioned all those "sweet messages" (or whatever) she got recently, wanna be how many of those were a) from white guys around 30/40 complimenting her looks and b) dick pics? Or probably most of them were asking for nudes. Something like "You're so pretty, can I have some nudes". Of course for someone who's not showering in days and tells the whole world about it, those are nice messages.
I just copypasted them from Twitter to Google. It just doesn't make sense that her Japanese translates so perfectly because with "normal" Japanese, even from news pages and such, it's usually a bit cryptic or buggy.
I wonder what all the Koreans want though? So many Korean comments Also, that's what happens when you're a personality/celebrity in Japan. Those aren't fans being disappointed downvoting, they're random people who heard half of the story and downvoted out of spite. She got so many views, she's gonna earn a ton from the randos and haters.
I can imagine the thought of getting away and having some peace, I do that sometimes by visiting my hometown. But the thing is, she's either gonna talk with Sharla about her depressive thoughts or she's gonna bottle it up even more. The first case isn't ideal either because Sharla might get troubled by it over time as well (which is a totally normal reaction by someone close to a depressive person who's not going to therapy). I can understand the initial thought of "I can talk about everything with my sister and we give each other advice" but if she honestly has depression, just talking to someone who's not a therapist won't help because they reach their limits at some point as well (depending how bad it is of course). And how about medication? If she has something to help her, the medication always needs to be supervised, she might need stronger or less doses. And for depression that usually should go hand in hand with therapy to observe the effects. I don't know, I can't help but rather see this as not a good decision. If Sharla had said "Come her for a bit" as in maybe two or three weeks, okay, but indefinitely? It all sounds like a really rushed decision, at least if her sister has no plan for the future (regarding the visa and her depression). It sounds more like something at home isn't going right and I wonder what Sharla's fiance has to say about this.