I've heard "Annyeong" said before but never seen it in writing so i cant stop reading "AnnyeongSharla" as anything other than "AnnoyingSharla" (as a few people have already said)
For someone who has spent so long building a social media presence I can't understand her....lack of progressive thinking? I mean choosing a brand name for yourself has to be something easily understood by many, something unique to you and somewhat catchy. I mean SharlainJapan isnt all that distinctive but it was clear and easy to remember/find. Imagine someone new who had only just heard of her, someone who doesnt know anything about korean language trying to find her under AnnyeongSharla. And of course then there is the thing about not making a backup twitter for her SharlainJapan handle, whether she likes it or not people will still think of her under that name and now on twitter someone completely random is using it (again as someone here showed) way to go sharla
(Sorry if that came across as a bit of a rant, I'm relatively new and it's my first time posting on this topic )
I think it's a positive thing that taylor has this friend/assistant, like others have been saying its good to hear about things from a local and hopefully taylor will actually go out and do interesting things now that she has someone to do it with. Such a shame that the comment section is being like this but I'm not surprised either, youtube comment sections are always so full of immaturity, I activly avoid reading most channels comments because of it.
I actually like pineapple on my pizza and think people who dont have probably just had bad pizza.
I understand people are absolutely allowed to have their own opinions on what tastes good or not however Ii feel it's "trendy" or something to hate on pineapple pizza, like just say you dont like it, there is no need to scream in horror and say I'm a monster for liking it, why is this a thing?
I actually enjoy housework/chores/cleaning or whatever you want to call it. What i don't like is when the other people in the household are not appreciative or make a mess the moment they are home. I mean a thanks would be nice at least.
Okay this is the first time I've posted and I have plenty of opinions to contribute but I chose a pretty nitpicky one to start with: I really dislike "military style" haircuts on young boys/toddlers, I see it on facebook so often. People fawn over really young boys getting a military style cut and everyone saying "ooh so cute" "he's going to steal hearts" "he's such a charmer" etc - first of all he is 3, he does not need to "steal hearts", but my main point is WHY is it such a good thing to style your little boy into a soldier? I feel it kind of glorifies the whole idea, maybe its a U.S. thing I dont know because I see it a lot less where I am from. Just the whole military style thing looks too mature on young children. It's probably a personal preference but I think little kids are adorable with normal, unstyled, messy hair.
Bonus opinion: Facebook is trash and if I wasnt all but forced to have it by family members then I would never use it, it's just a stressful and upsetting place.