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saltycookie

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  1. saltycookie added a post in a topic Nikkietutorials   

  2. saltycookie added a post in a topic Bubzbeauty / Lindy   

    I hope she divorces that gremlin asap.
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  3. saltycookie added a post in a topic mikan.mandarin   

    I'm so over these "influencers" demanding free goods AND money AND respect AND privacy honestly. You can't have it all, get over it. No Mikan, you can't both receive free stuff and not be criticized for literally doing your "job". Quit if you don't like it instead of writing entire books on IG stories about how your weak sorry ass feels affected by valid criticism. 
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  4. saltycookie added a post in a topic "Who is this?" Thread   

    I'm not the OP of that post, but I do remember this girl as well. She was getting popular on IG a while back (might have been a few years by now though :/) for posting OOTDs. She's Korean. These pictures were the only ones she'd ever post, never anything more personal. 
    In the ocean of ootd posts it's just really hard to find her and it's so hard to trace back because none of these pictures are credited anywhere!
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  5. saltycookie added a post in a topic "Who is this?" Thread   

    Has anyone found her yet?
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  6. saltycookie added a post in a topic Bubzbeauty / Lindy   

    She sounds like she's one step away from selling scented oils. Her posts scream 'overcompensating Karen' nowadays.
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  7. saltycookie added a post in a topic Michelle Choi   

    She is the epitome of pretty person privilege. She's mediocre and boring but it all works out because you have a bunch of kboos comparing her to whatever idol. 
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  8. saltycookie added a post in a topic JkFilms   

    Joe Jitsukawa is known to have about 3 brain cells. Back in the day when JK was still relevant, he was the member people disliked the most just because he's so bloody stupid. He's exactly that person who uses the words "having a proper discussion" to dismiss others, while not reviewing his own arguments and rhetorical flaws. I could rant a lot about how dumb he is (and has been since the start of JK) but him using "retard" in 2019 to cuss at someone who has better arguments proves enough tbh.
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  9. saltycookie added a post in a topic Michelle Choi   

    Hi Michelle.
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  10. saltycookie added a post in a topic Blackpink (formerly Jennie Kim thread)   

    I haven't caught up with the thread so apologies if this was said already, but you know the rumor is fake for the very simple reason that there would never be any articles on Naver about such a rumor. YG controls Naver almost entirely and has control over what's released on there.
     
    Edit for a semi-unsurprising tinfoil hat moment: Jennie's family bought her way into YG. I wouldn't say they went as far as grooming or anything, but it's very VERY obvious she did not get in with her talent or looks. YG's stakeholders are mostly YG artists and their families, there's no reason as to why the Blackpink members would be any different.
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  11. saltycookie added a post in a topic General "non Asians pretending to be Asian" thread   

    I did some digging: Eunseo's mother is Russian, her dad is Korean. I THINK she has a baby brother who looks much more Korean but I'll refrain myself from posting the picture because this kid isn't problematic and I'm not even sure whether he's her brother. She is just another middle schooler in Korean. She gets questions about her hair/eye color and ethnicity quite a bit on her IG, so it's not that surprising that she put it in her bio imo. I think she just tried to prevent more comments about her ethnicity. 
    One very convincing factor for me is that she doesn't use any mixed people related tags.If she really wanted to brag about her being mixed she could easily use the bait tags.
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  12. saltycookie added a post in a topic Kpop scandals   

    The thing is that it's easy for foreign fans to say that the "entertainment industry should change" and I totally agree, but what's overlooked is that this isn't just the Korean entertainment industry. The whole of Korea has a problem with mental illnesses and the treatment they require. I have a few Korean friends and every time they say the same thing, "Why would people care about rich idol x when they're depressed themselves for legit reasons like poverty" (NOT my words, I'm not debating which issues are valid and which are not) and it makes a lot of sense. Sulli isn't just "another idol who killed herself", she is "another Korean person who couldn't handle the pressure of the industry they're in." 
    My point is that I don't see any change happening at all. The only thing that could possibly be revised are the laws concerning online anonymity
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  13. saltycookie added a post in a topic Blackpink (formerly Jennie Kim thread)   

    That video exposes them so much holy shit. They look like 4 high schoolers who just had a fight and now need to do a shitty presentation together. And could Jennie not smile genuinely just once???? She's such an ugly person and it's showing tbh
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  14. saltycookie added a post in a topic Simply_Kenna/Cozykitsune [Thread 6]   

    You see, Kenna, the word "tier" is used to compare because that's literally the fucking meaning of the word. You did compare Rome to London and you did it quite literally.


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  15. saltycookie added a post in a topic PONY MUA (In general and recent)   

    She was born in January 1990, which makes her an "early 90-liner", meaning that she went to school with the people born in '89, which is why it may sound like she graduated early. Suppose someone sees that she is 32 in an article written in English, they might misinterpret that and report that as "33 Korean age, 32 Western age" or "34 Korean age, 32 Western age" or the opposite: "32 Korean age, 31/30 Western age" so no wonder there's confusion lol.
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