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Mimei and Duncan (PDR-san)


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Honestly, if they just admitted that they're bad at saving money or spend too much or whatever, no one would say anything. But they keep whining and whining and then spend more money only to whine again. And a dog is not only a life commitment, it is also expensive, even without vet bills. It needs different food than the cats, different toys... A dog isn't something you only pay for when buying it and then the rest is for free. And Mimei isn't even making videos anymore, so where did they get the money from to be able to afford living in Tokyo, concerts and Duncan's comic obsession? 

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I can say for sure that she is deleting comments because she both deleted mine and blocked my account. 

I know you look at this forum Mimei, if you can’t handle people calling you out on your fucking bullshit maybe you shouldn’t always be playing the victim or bitching about how poor you are. You honestly, honestly, think that your viewers who already support you on Patreon are not going to hear you mention and whine about how poor you are and not donate more money? Honestly?! Get over yourself. Like I told you in my comment on you dog post on Instagram, you have no idea how hard poms are to take care of, you didn’t do your fucking research, I know you didn’t, and now that poor dog if going to suffer because you are selfish and don’t give a crap. Fuck you, Mimei, just...fuck you!

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Have they named the dog yet? I can't find anything

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God their egos are so fragile for 30 plus year old adults its embarassing. 

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God their egos are so fragile for 30 plus year old adults its embarassing. 

28-30 I'd give them a pass but they’re 34-35 I believe...like...5 years away from 40. I’m no spring chicken but they’re infantile sometimes.

edit: check out Mimei’s latest tweet on her shitposting account. She reads here nightly I swear. 

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28-30 I'd give them a pass but they’re 34-35 I believe...like...5 years away from 40. I’m no spring chicken but they’re infantile sometimes.

edit: check out Mimei’s latest tweet on her shitposting account. She reads here nightly I swear. 

 

What is her shitposting account? Link?

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What is her shitposting account? Link?

 

@joonmoon98 on Twitter.

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@joonmoon98 on Twitter.

 

Did she clean it up? All I see is K-pop related stuff. 

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Did she clean it up? All I see is K-pop related stuff. 

 

I don’t know if that person was talking about this post: 

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I don’t know if that person was talking about this post: 

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Yeah Susan, you ARE ridiculous. And so Is Mimei.

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Yeah Susan, you ARE ridiculous. And so Is Mimei.

 

I genuinely do find this kind of weird. I am in my mid twenties and love anime and manga, (often considered to be for teenagers or kids)but these contain stories and art for adults as well. Being super into boy bands where the members are teenage/early twenties is just...... weird. Most Kpop fans seem to lowkey (or highkey lol) lust after the band members, which is fine because they’re usually teenagers and exploring their sexuality/they’re the same age as the members. Idk, something just kind of runs me the wrong way about Mimei and this older lady tbh. I’m only 26 but I already find most kpop band members too young to be attracted to them. 

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I genuinely do find this kind of weird. I am in my mid twenties and love anime and manga, (often considered to be for teenagers or kids)but these contain stories and art for adults as well. Being super into boy bands where the members are teenage/early twenties is just...... weird. Most Kpop fans seem to lowkey (or highkey lol) lust after the band members, which is fine because they’re usually teenagers and exploring their sexuality/they’re the same age as the members. Idk, something just kind of runs me the wrong way about Mimei and this older lady tbh. I’m only 26 but I already find most kpop band members too young to be attracted to them. 

 

same thoughts. i find it big yikes that someone not too far from my mom's age would plaster kpop idol posters all over their walls when that is shit i did in my teen years. i can understand that people (of all ages) find bts/kpop to be an escape but when you're a grown ass adult and overly obsessed it's...concerning. your real life is more important than temporary highs you get from some people who don't know you exist. susan can use the "it's all about their music" argument but your wall says otherwise.

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I don’t know if that person was talking about this post: 

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The thing with aging is that the body ages, but the mind stops somewhere in your mid 20s or more. People use music or anything as an escape from harsh life, or reality seeking comfort in things they like or dream about. It might look weird seeing a lady in her 50s liking such bands, but I think is ok, she does not harm anybody with it. Nobody can tell you what you can and can not like.

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I think all adults can have any hobbies they want, but what I find so specifically weird about the kpop obsession in adults is because I guess I see it as a pretty ´´flat/two dimensional´´ thing to be interested in. For teenagers I understand the crushing or fangirling over members, watching their vids over and over again thinking youre going to marry them and write fan fiction or something lol. I understand when youre a young teen this is all fun. But I dont see the appeal in being obsessive over these things as an adult I guess. You usually grow out of these kind of obsessive phases when you get older, Mimei stayed in them. I think its pretty limited when you have it as an sole interest as an adult. Pretty much everyone on here has a favorite artist/genre/singer/band, but honestly if I would limit my interests to one genre of music(which is basically what kpop is doing) I´d go mad within  a few days. And this is exactly what many of these obsessive kpop fans are doing.
lets just take mimei as an example who seems to have no other hobbies or interests and even made a specific kpop only twitter account LOL,
just a few examples here. kpop person dyes hair. mimei dyes hair
kpop person gets dog. mimei gets dog


she blatantly copies these people as a grown woman. seems to me like Mimei is lacking a identity of her own. Its one thing to be inspired by something.
I know a girl who started playing violin because of an anime, I thought that was pretty cool.
But there's a difference between taking inspiration from the things you love, like trying out a instrument because your fav artist does it vs. blatantly copying whatever a kpop person does especially something as fucking dumb as getting a dog. Quoting Duncan here ´´we really thought it through it wasn't an impulse buy´´ yeah sure. LOL.


I understand teenagers obsession but with adults well into their 20s 30s 40s 80s whatever I personally find it a little weird. Especially since you are obsessing over a lot of underage people. There's a huge difference between being a 50 year old mom liking a few kpop songs and watching vids/docs, and hey perhaps even learn some Korean/ a trip to Korea due to developing a deeper cultural interest, vs., being a full grown adult being obsessed with Kpop members who could be yours sons/daughters while hanging your wall full with posters or even make a shrine(yes people do that LOL) talk non stop about kpop, and simply just have nothing else going on beside Kpop(like mimei). Usually being obsessive over something is seen as compensating behavior and not healthy. I mean obsessive is not a positive word.
I mean if you don't want people to Judge you for it, I think you just should not put it online, by putting yourself on the internet you are putting yourself in the ´´public eye´´ and people will have an opinion over what you put online. Both positive and negativ. Probably a vast majority of society would think this woman is ´´weird´´. that doesnt mean she has to quit though, she can go on all she wants but there will be people judging her for it if she chooses to put it out for the world to see. imo, this also doesnt seem like healthy behavior for an adult to me. This goes for both the woman and Mimei.
 

EDIT.  I also like to add that the emotional maturity of this 50 year old obsessive kpop woman is already clearly being shown by this simple post. The whole ´´I dont give a fuck what you think! I am being me take it or leave it!´´ vibe (usually people who actually really do not care what other people think dont even care enough to make posts to prove the ´´haters´´ wrong, and make these kind of posts) seems like something a rebelling/emotional teenager would write.

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