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OMG, this is kind of shocking to me because I've known a few people named Geiler! I mean, there are lots of names I've heard that don't sound too great in modern times, like Dick, Dickman (yup), Butt, or Beard. It might have had less colloquial meaning back in the day, lol. Back on topic: I knew one couple that used to post ~we have sex~ memes like these two all the time, and they had the messiest damn breakup with allegations of cheating, emotional abuse and frigidity (all playing out on FB, of course). I feel like it shows a lot of insecurity to talk about how happy your sex life is, because it's either a) all you guys have or b) not true and you desperately want it to be true.
This is purely anecdotal, but I live in Japan and I notice way less white models and even a bit less mixed models in ads and magazines now (though the latter will always be pretty common). I feel like the trend is going back to "pure" Japanese faces. Most trends now are pretty mature and lovely rather than cute, and K-pop inspired makeup and fashion is popular too... as we all know from the various koreaboo threads it's WAY prettier on East Asians and mixed girls and pretty funny-looking on Westerners.
Dakota's market would probably be drying up even if she didn't have issues with her edited face, her age and her body shape. I feel like she would be smart to become some sort of influencer, not banking on her "beauty" but her Japanese language and culture skills. She wouldn't have to edit so much, and she could just relax and engage like a normal person.
Why does she keep going to Paris Baguette?? You can seriously visit one in any big North American city (not always just in Koreatowns), so I'm sure there's a handful in Toronto. Plus, it's not even like Dunkin where it's a shitty chain but the coffee is famous. Everything at PB tastes so bland and gross. McDonald's and Paris Baguette... such an exciting trip
This story does sound pretty fake in general, but I think she's saying that there were military personnel already in the McDonald's. When I lived in Korea, I'd randomly see groups of soldiers in fast food places all the time (I guess that's what they do on breaks, lol). I guess IF this sort of thing happened, they would probably be first choice to call an ambulance and stuff.
But yeah, I don't get her tone when sharing this story. I do get that sometimes babies/kids have inappropriate reactions to serious situations but it's more inappropriate for an adult to be comparing real tragedy to a drama scene -- and just posting about it on FB is strange. It doesn't seem like she was traumatized and really wanted to talk about it. It's just attention-seeking.
Wow, that poor idiotic dude. Someone who would lie about something big like race is probably lying about so much other stuff... it must be nuts to be around her in person!! I've known people who lie about everything, even dumb shit, and it makes every conversation so uncomfortable. It must be hell to actually have to imagine a future with her... I really wish I could know what was going on behind the scenes now that she's in her ~homeland~. Has she been posting stuff in her mummy groups since she went to Korea?
Yeah, she did mention in the video that it's a repackaged shade so at least she was honest, but the gushing about her ~COLLAB~ made so much less sense. I can't STAND her videos and I don't know why I sometimes get suckered into watching them... She tries really hard to be random and crazy but she just sounds repetitive and honestly, kinda dumb. Sometimes while watching I realize that she hasn't finished a sentence in several minutes, she just trails off and starts honking, screaming, or using a weird racist Mexican accent? Rambling shouldn't be anyone's go-to speaking style.
Probably just wants to make her baby look as *~KOREAN~* as possible so she can fully enjoy her messed up life choices She'll probably be pushing her around some tourist-y area like Myeongdong dressed in a hanbok for no damn reason lol.
I agree with posters above that if she insists on following through on her stupid mission of going to Korea right now, it'd be better if she would just leave Luna with a trusted family member like her real white mom (ha) or dad. She doesn't speak Korean at all and very young babies with premie histories are really fragile in the first year or TWO -- not to sound like a ghoul but a lot of serious issues can crop up suddenly. It's so insane to be traveling for your own selfish reasons when you have a delicate baby to be looking after.
If she really needed to sort out custody/personal issues with her baby's father, she should have asked him to come to Canada and maybe even sent him a ticket since he's just a student. It really shows that Jasmine just wants to return to Korea for fun OR that he really hasn't been in contact/doesn't want to work things out.
The dress, pose and editing looks like a Korean "racing queen" style... but even a racing queen who literally SELLS a sexy image wouldn't go out wearing dangle earrings that spell S-E-X. Even as a woman, I wouldn't know where to look and would feel really uncomfortable seeing another woman dressed like this in public IN DAYLIGHT. It's not provocative in a political sense, it's just sleazy and sad.
The "Korean mom" was her host mom or... her friend's mom? The title is so annoying. It's one thing to make a big deal about your KOREAN BOYFRIEND, KOREAN FRIEND, etc. but "Korean mom" is a step too far.
The soap video was her lowest moment for sure. I mean, if you're a mainstream Youtuber (ie. not literally a soap/beauty DIY Youtuber) and you want to suddenly want to make a soap video, it has to be REALLY funny or unique to be worthwhile. I can't believe she actually released it... The Lolita video was better than I expected and pretty respectful of the subculture, but yeah... I wish she had ended up with something different than her usual style. Even the makeup was the same purple/burgundy tones she usually goes for.
This CHOMAD guy doesn't even bother to change his comment on any video, people KNOW that, and he still gets friendly/flirty replies like "oh, I see your comment everywhere, I'll check you out kekeke". It just shows how INSANEEEEELY low-effort it is to go after k-boos.
Oh no... I'm really surprised she took this "role", she must be really desperate for gigs. I would be embarrassed to be seen in this makeup and I haven't even been editing myself to be 300% cuter and younger for years, lol.
Wow, I'm a longtime lurker but I can't contain my disgust anymore. The fact that she's selling her baby's things is so telling and frightening. I understand, maybe, selling things that Luna would have outgrown in 3~6 months (newborn clothes/smaller sized diapers) but things like a baby monitor and the clothing for a 9-month old are things she will need in the future and should take priority above ANYTHING else she is packing, wtf. Baby supplies are not cheaper in Korea than in North America; a lot of things are pretty expensive. This is the kind of thing she should have been asking about in the mummy groups, not "hey, how's Jinju?" I can't understand the mindset of ANY person who knowingly chooses to live the "visa run" life, but doing it with a premature baby under a year old is actually extremely immoral. If I knew someone in my family/friend circle who was planning this, I would report them to CPS if they couldn't be swayed by logic. Living illegally means it's almost impossible to have a good quality lifestyle including, most importantly, HEALTH CARE. I lived in Korea for a few years and it is tough even with a solid visa to obtain things like a debit card, reasonable rent, etc. Many Korean people in authority (ie. landlords, bankers, lawyers, headhunters, etc.) already assume foreigners are shady and are going to disappear as soon as life gets complicated; I can't imagine how you get treated when you don't even have a right to be there but are expecting to settle.