Tuesday, April 26, 2011

[CAUTION] This is a suicide note

Me: OMG TAENGOO Y U SO CUTE, I GO KILL MYSELF
Taeyeon: . . . . . . O_____0
Me: ......Thats a joke
Taeyeon: No funny .__.


This is going to be a quick post and I might not be going all jin kaliwa jin kalak since my head is unsettled with homeworks and coming Final Exam on Wednesday, but as a self-proclaimed ultimate fangirl, I need to do my part.


As a true fangirl.






Eventually, I'm going to cut my wrist.
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Why are you surprised? :/ Isn't this normal amongst us fangirls and fanboys of KPOP?

............................What do you mean you don't know? That is what we usually do what? Together? Like, hello?

And on top of that, we need to listen to KPOP, looking sick and sexy-fied!!! Probably something like this :



Then just gonna kill myself.
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WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU DON' T UNDERSTAND? U NO TRUE FAN OF KPOP.

THE BERITA HARIAN SAID SO, OKAY?


Okay, I was kidding.

You've got to click on the link I've given to you up there and you'll get what I'm trying to say. If you're too lazy to click, ok lah.

Berita Minggu printed an article, oh, 2 pages of EXCLUSIVE part in their newspaper last 24th of April 2011, Sunday. I was trying to distract myself on tweetdeck for a while since my flash assignment is killing me softly the whole day. LOL

And I read what my Natasha tweeted to me and I was like. . . . . . . . . . . . .

OH



NO




YOU



DIDN'T

*facepalm*head-desk*


Don't have much time but yeah, yeah, of course we wear VERY REVEALING CLOTHES and SOCIALIZE like wild animals.



I don't know what do you call this, but I think this is called dancing and it is very healthy!

And yes, we spend so much money on KPOP merchandises to support our favorite celebrities. We spend money on projects too. Oh, and yes, we spend money on CHARITY PROJECTS to be precise.

Just for a note, if you realized, I couldn't attend Super Show 3 which was held at Malaysia this year because I have to attend my University class trip; I mean, yeah. First thing first, my grades are going to depend on that class trip anyway. Oh, I have not killed myself yet that time.

Okay la, non-KPOP fans. If you see the KPOP girls or the boys wear something revealing or sexy, at least they're just doing it for show. Ooh yes, thanks to sasaeng fans who are everywhere taking pictures of the Korean stars, we know our idols off-stage are very full of life, youthful and doesn't act like how they portrayed themselves on stage (beastly, mushy-cute, seductive) when EVENTUALLY, few of the young generation in our own local celebrities are...uhm.. deviant even for our very own culture? Noted that one of the reason why some of them lost our respect is when they deny the bad habit they did without even bothering it is clearly detestable; Jay Park a.k.a the former member and leader of 2PM slammed hard by the people of South Korea for saying Korea is gay in his previous MySpace (like 2-3 years before he debuted?) when he mean it in other way as an English speaking Korean-American. He is willing to go to the darkest hour so he could regain people's trust on him again today.

I can't be telling you what have I gained after I discovered KPOP. There are too many of them and it has truly enrich me as a person; because as a fangirl, there are too many things to be done and to acquire all the good stuffs, you need to have THE SKILLS. And how do you get the skills?

Learn it la. . . Do you think being a KPOP fan is easy?

The fandom of KPOP mainly clustered to each of the artists (groups, duo and solo); each fandom are similar in terms of doing projects, translators for the updates on their oppas, hyungs, noonas and unnies (sometimes dongsaengs too!), uploaders for all the great pictures and fantaken video (oh, we love to collect pictures and videos), updating our friend the news, arranging fan projects, friends from around the world sharing the same interest of certain celebrities etc. Then out of that, in our life, we have career, school, family, real life friends and personal goals to achieve.

I wonder where is that space to spare for partying like a wild Energizer bunny, choosing sexy outfit to wear at school/office (OK I LOLed by myself) and do you really think... we spend our money on KPOP like everyday? Eh. . . most of us are real picky and choose only to buy official merchandise, only to support by buying original albums. The person who goes gaga over merchandises even when it is not official, can I say like.... Let them be?

Eh, I don't see any people complaining about spending too much on A PAIR OF UGLY SHOES to hit that dance floor tooonnnnnnnnnnniiiiggghhhtttt LOL

And about people who spend like RM1000 just to get that one very rare stamp. Yes, collecting stamps. Nobody complains. So what have we done to get such huge defamation?

OMG, football fanboys are going to kill me but why nobody said they are going to do negative stuffs too? They go 'lepak'ing at Mamak late at night, why you think no wildsocial life ka?

So now, you judge by yourself.


Oh, by the way. Berita Harian, I am going to say again that you have made the world upset with your insensitive Ultraman cartoon before about Tsunami. And now the 2 page so called EXCLUSIVE article was translated into English and KPOP fans around the world have read about how shallow of a mind Malaysia media is. Surprised? LOL Dude, don't you know that KPOP is actually one of the South Korea CULTURE?

THE LAST OH. I'm not going to buy your newspaper again. This is already the second chance and you are being _________*FACEPALMSOHARD*

Some SAUCY-WILD-KPOP video for the wrap by SNSD. Which would probably going to make you kills yourself :)


Sayanghaeyo
Norfy

p/s: BTW, I'm a proud supporter of Malaysia's local hip hop scene and I do enjoy local dramas and skits like Maharaja Lawak (JIN KALLLEEEWWWAAA, JIN KALAK ).

Also, waiting for the Koreans in Malaysia to get upset on you.

2 comments:

nisa said...

Nice~ *thumbs up*

Anonymous said...

awesome post!!
*thumbs up*