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Evil Sex nun. Good Christian my ass. Just admit that Christianity is just an excuse for you to not like homosexuals, who you in reality don't like because gay men are not interested in you and women you hate anyways.
Not disagreeing with you but I think we shouldn't use reading the books as a gatekeeper to the Harry Potter fandom. You can be a fan of something and be super excited about it without having consumed every piece of media available. Of course, as you have stated, there are definitely indicators in Kenna's behavior that suggest she doesn't care about Harry Potter except for the aesthetic but I would leave the book vs. film argument out of it.
I want to upvote this more than once. This is so true for not only Kenna but also Kanadajin and basically every other foreigner moving to Japan and then being disappointed because people and fame don't automatically flock to them just for their foreign looks.
Don't wanna talk too much about it since there have been very good comments on this already - but this whole "european fashion" thing just won't let me go. There is no thing such as "european" fashion, because Europe is very diverse. "American fashion" doesn't exist either. I just can't wrap my head around getting "european" clothes for a trip to Europe because everyone just dresses like the rest of the world. There's no big difference in fashion between Germany and Japan for example, if you ignore Harajuku or the two weeks of Oktoberfest in Bavaria (in big cities you'll even find people wearing Lolita-style dresses, so that's not Japan exclusive either). I mean, no offense, it's all cool to get excited about a trip to another country and if you are into fashion, that's totally fine. But with Kenna and that other girl it just looks like they've got no idea at all - just like Kenna dreamed of Japan as that magical land and found out it's a lot like the US after all. Spoiler, Europe will be just the same.
She said in the video that the quest was to not get a cool looking outfit but rather an outfit with as many as fake big logo pieces as possible, which I thought was boring af. I mean, anyone can do that, it's not a challenge at all. Why not try to get a nice looking outfit? Most people think fake designer things are trash, so it would be really interesting if they can actually look good. It just seems like she took the easiest route possible (combined with not trying to bargain) which isn't a good look when she also isn't uploading on a regular basis anymore.
I think they look really good together, however I thought Mei was quite annoying in that video. Maybe it's because she is used to being in front of the camera alone and she is has high standards when it comes to aesthetic things but she kept telling him what to do (don't look here, don't look there) because she probably feared it would look awkward on camera.
She deleted the post ranting about PULL (or changed the caption, not quite sure - but it's not there anymore) but still posted another story about it. If people are going to find this thread, it's all on her. At this point I think it's important to highlight the difference between opinions and facts. Most posts on PULL are opinions, which are of course based on factual behaviour, but it's not like everything we say here isn't challengable. People who know you are probably not going to change their opinion on you, just because they find this thread. Same goes for other snowflakes - gossiping is fine but you never know everything about a person just because you read about them on PULL. If you meet them in person and don't give them a chance because you read bad stuff about them online, I think you are part of the problem. Of course you can let the stuff you read online influence your opinion on them (and that's perfectly valid) but don't let gossip be the entire base of your opinion.
"I don't see how someone can say "I don't know the original wording of the post" but then still continue to try and adress it" yo, just to clarify humplling, I never claimed that you were transphobic, because I just don't know. That's why I added that disclaimer. A lot of people claimed you were transphobic and you reacted to them in a long ass rant. Those are the screenshots I showed. Imo, you made this issue a bigger deal than it originally was by commenting on it over and over again. And just now, you are doing the same. I doubt many people would've found this thread in if you didn't bring attention to it in the first place. And if they found it, what's the matter? You say you've grown out of your bad habits and if you show that, then no one gives a fuck about your past. I don't know if you just love the attention or if you are insecure, but again, if you think that you are doing the right thing then this thread shouldn't make you worry.
I don't know where you got those numbers from, but no, it's way cheaper than that. Most sites where you can buy followers give a discount if you buy a lot at once, so it might be 1$ for 100 followers but just 25$ for 10k. She can easily get 50k followers with less than 100$ if she buys them all at once, which she did. She definitely did not have to give up the dream of a MacBook just because she bought those followers.
it's just overall not a very flattering photo of her. I mean, I'd like to claim I was self confident enough to just not be bothered by an unflattering photo of myself, but in all honesty, if I was her, I would untag myself as well.