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How come people didn't think that guy Jennie was with (Hugo?) was straight? Why did so many people think he was homosexual? Did he make comments previously alluding to it? I'm not criticizing you for thinking so, I'm just wondering if there's a backstory there that you all know because I tend to be out of the loop and I don't even know who he is, sorry if this is derailing.
tbf that person didn't say anything about "real gamers" (unless they edited it before I saw it) just expressed that they found animal crossing may be juvenile and that the game they suggested may be better style inspiration. I mean I disagree with the idea that it's juvenile since I am a fan of it lol and I think she could still get inspired by the clothes there, but it's not like that person was totally bashing the game, just saying that the other game could have better style inspiration for Mikan. (that's how I interpreted it.)
I know this is the least important thing considering she just doxxed her baby and herself basically, but '1 person went' was this a public party she was throwing? as in she expected random strangers to show up??
But then Jasmine wouldn't get a Korean visa which, I assume, was partially what she was attempting to get in having Luna: aside from having a ~°•*half Korean*•°~ baby, she probably hoped that one of the guys would marry her if they found out that they were the dad (even though they probably weren't) thus giving her a visa... Edited to add: This part of the screenshot from the last page especially makes me believe that she was trying to get him to marry her (like I said, for a visa) but instead of telling him the true reasons it seems like she made him believe that marriage was the only way he could be a 'good father' to Luna? Maybe she even threatened to withhold Luna from him unless he married her, i.e. no visitation (though this last part is just speculation, and it doesn't matter much to him probably since it's likely not even his child. But for Luna, because of all of this, she will not know her birth father because Jasmine doesn't even know WHO he is.)
When he says "I never marry you" makes me think that in the messages that were cut off she was trying to coerce him into marriage. She does say "Thats fine" in response but when he reiterated that he would not marry anyone (not sure if he was saying that he just currently isn't married or that he doesn't want to be, but based on the previous message I'll assume the latter,) she says "I just want you to be a father" idk if she's saying that she doesn't want marriage (unlikely because visa) or if she's trying to imply that marriage = father? As in he can't be a father without it but idk. This is all speculation anyways.
OOH that's probably it. I thought it meant they just randomly got it from him for free but getting it with a purchase like you said makes more sense. In that case I think it'd be fine to sell since really it was sorta paid for.
I do agree that Shane's fanbase is pretty rabid but if they got it for free from him, I can understand questioning the morals behind selling it for so much rather than giving it away if they don't want it or just keeping it. But then again, maybe they need the money and thus they decided to sell it to make the money. Also I'm sure some people would be upset at them giving it away for free anyway. But just if they got it for free I can see questioning them reselling, though it's not really my business what they do since they own it now, it's their property and they can do as they see fit. (I don't know if they got it for free, just going off of the comments. If they didn't get it for free then I think it's fine for them to resell without a doubt or any moral questioning. Even if it was a gift it's fine just maybe a little questionable.)
I don't know if I can say since I'm not much of a kpop person myself, but I sort of feel like BTS was more popular in the west? I tend to hear the students at a highschool I help out at talk about them more, my local news station has spoken about them a few times and never has mentioned Blackpink, but in terms of social media I see more people posting those clips of Blackpink dancing than BTS (on Twitter for instance.) Also I live in a small town so it isn't representative of the entire west of course!