I don’t think people should shame others for wanting to decorate/celebrate early for Halloween, Christmas,etc. It’s not hurting anyone and it really brightens that person’s day to get ready for the holidays.
I thought the vlog was pretty interesting and I liked the format. It was different from her usual sit down videos. Also, the start of school (or any new life change really) can be stressful. I was stressed out my first week of uni. I think its pretty normal. I hope the best for her.
I agree too. As long as they are respectful and know the person is in fact Korean and knows Korean, I think its ok. As long as they are not mocking. Also, when learning a new language it is important to practise. So, just speaking to someone in korean does not necessarily make them a kboo.
I think she mentioned that she did not make a separate video, because she was worried it might not get seen by as many people then if she put it in a vlog. True, the title was clickbaity but at least it was for a good reason? I think it is wonderful she is helping the organisation.
I like the food videos for the aspect that she shows places around Hong Kong and that it is not all about obsessing over the food . I'm currently doing exchange in Hong Kong so I find it interesting. I do miss her everyday "shop with me" type vlogs she made in tokyo. However, Hong Kong is rather crowded, more so then Tokyo. It could be hard to film doing every day things - depending on where she is located (I have no idea if this why she has stopped those types of vlogs. But maybe?) Also, some seemed to complain about those kinds of vlogs... so idk...
I was recently in Seoul and saw so many cute floral dresses that were not really the baggy type. Actually, while I saw some baggy things, there also seemed to be more unbaggy clothing. She can wear what she wishes, however the clothes here do not really seem like "summer" clothes.Haha. Although I do like the outfit she has on in one of her recent instagram posts w/ the overall things.
she or her boyfriend do take her out. She has said before "im going to take rosie out" or "he just took rosie out". also, i think pee mats are fine to use? my dog uses them -- we still take him out frequently, but he still has accidents. (even tho he is not a puppy...)
This seems like a nice series. Also... I don't think one's intelligence can be based on the way they title a video series. I'm really not a big fan of food videos (such as simon and martina's food videos - not that i dislike them- just their food videos). Meaning, i don't like when people make a big deal of the food it's self and do all sorts of creepy food shots. But the way Taylor is interacting with people and going to different places most people living there could easily go to i find it more interesting then watching people fangirl over a plate of food.... I think someone compared it to the anthony bourbane show which I always found interesting and it reminded me of it too.
This probably is not so unpopular amoung students.. but group projects can sometimes be too much. I think it is important to have them and they are probably helpful for after school. However, in the real world people in your work will generally have the same schedule and will be doing the work at work. With school projects its soo hard to get everyone together. People have very different schedules and can be so hard to schedule meetings. I do sometimes enjoy them but often times it would be better to do an individual project or at least just two people. But when every class has a group project with 5 plus members it gets reallyyy hard to deal with lol
about the fluency thing (I have no idea for sure if she is fluent or not ) but, . I would still consider someone who speaks English with an accent - but can express themselves, have conversations, etc to still be fluent. For example - I have had professors who had an accent but were still fluent. There are people who have lived in English speaking countries for years and they still have accents, but are fine with English. True, Japanese is different then English but I still think as long as you can pretty much understand the person they could still be fluent - even with an accent. I do find it a bit odd she did not pick up any Korean from her husband or his family? Especially saying the phrase before eating. I thought she would of been told that? Maybe he did not care to tell her? She does seem to making an effort to learn though.