people who just joined the fandom in 2013/2014 be like
2014 aka. the Kpop-colypse of contracts ending
*refers to men a decade older than me as my babies*
Anonymous said: how are you liking toronto charlotte? i live 30 minutes away so lets have a kpop dance party some time! ^.^
Toronto is a great city. I always loved coming here for day trips 3/4 times a year, but living here full time is a dream. I am all about a busy environment, where there is always new stimuli and surprises. Also, I’ve made some amazing friends here. Enjoy some picture of me with my new bbs because I want to show them off <3
Wow just realized this is 50% Wes and I well ok
AND YES SHOW UP ANY TIME AT MY PLACE AND WE SHALL DANCE UNTIL MY NEIGHBOURS MAKE A NOISE COMPLAINT
If Jessica was given the ultimatum of either staying in SNSD or not being able to marry who she wants, then I think it is time she put herself first.
seriously what are bigbang performing at their concerts. its like 2pm hands up era all over again.
If you’re a new follower, I’m Charlotte, and I am the admin here at KFCR. If you’re a veteran follower, you may know more, such as the fact that I am adopted from China. But what you don’t know is that today is my Dad’s birthday, who is also an avid social media user.
When I was adopted, my Dad came to get me while my Mom stayed back in Canada to look after my sister who was only 5 years old at the time. So, my Dad was the very first person to welcome me to the Carbone family, and we’ve been best buds since. I love my Dad; he is super cool. He runs a blog (2 actually, we admin one together), makes really good spicy food (nothing is ever too spicy), and taught me everything I know about dancing (totally kidding on this one because I actually taught my Dad his wicked 5 dance steps). Other than that, he is always supportive, understanding, and caring, which I think are the most important things to be as a parent. I remember this one time I was internally crying over a sandwich because the restaurant had put cheese on it (I have a dairy allergy), and my Dad totally knew how much it bugged me for the rest of the day. So, he pep talked me out of a temper tantrum and I picked out the cheese. Anyways…
We’re really similar, my Dad and I. We enjoy our quality introvert time, sitting in pyjamas on the couch for 3 hours or more watching CSI or Big Bang Theory. After 18 years of being family, we have pretty good telepathy as proven by the Cheese Sandwich incident of 2012. Sometimes the telepathy goes the wrong way though, like when I was in grade 4 and he caught me snooping through my Christmas resents under the tree. However, my Dad being so cool, just looked at me and said busted while probably trying not to laugh at me.
I think it was fate, that in 1997 my Dad sat on a plan for 13.5 hours to pick up baby me. I couldn’t imagine anyone else being a better suited Dad for me. So again, happy birthday to the best Dad that I have, and will ever love.