when i become an idol my special talents will be random dance and knowing the blogs to go to for quality icon edits.
ok what is a new concept that will blow away the fans
nonono, those are all old news.
i got it
parrots, ostriches, and monkeys. nothing says kpop like monkeys.
In Canada (or I guess I could say even North America) there are baby naming trends. For example, Deb, Barbara, Joanne, Mark, Jeff, and Richard are all popular names in my parents’ generation. While in my generation, I have given up on counting the number of Sarahs, Laurens, Emilys, Liams, Nicks, and Brandons (and all the odd spellings of them too).
So I’m curious; what are some of the trends in baby naming in Korea? What are some of the most common given names? Are foreign names (ie. English ones) ever given as legal names? Thanks!
Edit: because I thought of another question. Are there many unisex names? Well, I guess (in English at least) any name could be if you believed/tried hard enough lol.
Anonymous said: oh snap is that your boyfriend in that pic? u guys are cute
Nope nope McNopersons; I have no boyfriend. But thank you; I think the China bae and I look cute too eheh.
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It’s Friday night; AND IM FINALLY BEGINNING SUMMER VACATION WOW. Talk dirty to me *cues saxophone* (in the inbox of course).
being single for a long period of time
but when u actually get into a relationship
if you watched ninja assassin because it is a cinematic master piece with 0 plot holes and the best female lead of the decade, you are lying because i know it was for sweaty and shirtless lee joon and rain.
my life consists of drinking, listening to Kpop, and drinking while listening to Kpop.