Monday, July 1, 2013

Stupid Things Fangirls Utter 30

Happy Canada Day my fellow Canadian FISHies!


I feel your pain, tumblr user.

No Korean idols come to Canada. Unless you are Sunye who has to get married before leaving the hard idol life. =/

But seriously. Wow, you must have an easy life considering not seeing a live concert is your version of pain and suffering.

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    1. Drake with Best Lyrics
      [And we say Hell Yeah, Hell Yeah, Hell Yeah, Fuckin Right, Fuckin Right Alright]

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    2. Alanis Morissette, Kon Kan...

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    3. Marie Mai!
      i know nobody knows her or care about her but she is stil good

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    4. Shania Twain
      Micheal Buble
      Rush
      Teagan and Sara
      Japandroids

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    5. Peter North is a better national hero

      than man is a pussy destroy may his name be honor

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    6. Don't forget Ryan Gosling even though he's not a singe

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    7. Michael Buble and Josh Groban.

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  2. Idk about the fangirls but to me living in Korea or in a European country where the only korean stuff we get is food is the same. It's not like if I'd live in Korea and have the possibility to go to concerts or fansigns oppar would look at me and be all like: "omigosh, you stranger, marry me nao".

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  3. Sometimes I bait people who say things like this. I ask them where they live. They'd be like "Brazil" and I'd spit back at them the enormous list of concerts South America/Brazil has gotten in the last two years. Response is usually "Oh I don't like that band!" or "Oh I don't have money!" Haven't people ever heard of saving money? Or airplanes?

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  4. I hope these fangirls would grow out of their delusions and hopefully not force their kids to like Kpop.

    If you want to watch it that bad, that you would go as far to have your kids live in those concert areas in the future, why don't they just visit the country their oppars having concert at?

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    1. Forcing their kids to like Kpop to the point where they'd pick up and move to a foreign country is the real sickening part. Fangirls' obsession know no bounds.

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  5. you can never go wrong with a moose hat and molson canadian beer.

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    1. I stopped reading at "moose" but I agree completely and don't want to know what the other half of the sentence says.

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    4. Can you peter my mansbridge ;) ????????

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    5. Peter your mansbridge... /dead
      #CanadianSexEuphemisms?

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  6. "#my kids will workship me" yeah keep dreaming

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    1. "#superjunior #exo" If those are the kinds of "bands" they Wish their Children could see, I pray for those Poor Unborn Children

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    2. People who like Super Junior *and* EXO are too stupid to realize that EXO is Super Junior's replacement. The average age of Super Junior is about 25, right? You think your oppars are going to be singing nonsensical pop fluff for ten more years XD

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    3. Super Junior's maknae is 25 LOL

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    4. Really? I did not know that XD I just knew they were "old" by K-Pop standards >_>

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    5. kyuhyun was born in 1988

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  7. I live in such country. Sometimes (very rarely) kpop concerts are held in a city that is not far, but not close to my city. Anyway, even if I lived in that city or in another country I wouldn't spend my money for it. I mean, if you can listen to their songs at home, with good quality, why bother going to concerts. Standing in a crowd with other sweaty people who scream their lungs out at the sight of their oppas' abs. Many celebs sing bad live and if you add dancing, result would be terrible. I've never been to concerts, though. :/

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    1. Concerts can add to the experience. Something like Pendulum or Marilyn Manson provides, regardless of the individual's taste, good live performances, coupled with reasonable crowd interaction.
      I would personally discourage, as you yourself already are, from seeing really only pop-ish all-singer concerts, as they rely heavily on routine and 3rd party support, usually in the form of probs, back-up dancers and display monitors (etc.), to give the illusion (keyword), there is more going on, than there really is.

      TL;DR: You are well within your justification to hate the "pink ocean".

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    3. IMO, only rock and metal concerts are good. I've been to many (kpop, melodeath, American pop - don't ask about my taste in music, it's very queer) and up to now, only metal bands have showcased something more than I've heard on their CDs and stuff. Kpop concerts are awful (especially SM) because they're filled with annoying brats that seem to think oppa loves them and the performers themselves don't fucking sing live (wtf,sm?). So what's the point of me paying a $100 and up for a shitty kpop concert when I can pay like $60 and down for an awesome Dark Tranquility or In Flames concert?

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  8. Eat your Poutine(vv Good) and stop being a Whiny Little Goreaboo

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  9. I don't even fully understand what he/she/it means.

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  10. Hey, people, show some compassion. It's tough when your country exists only in your bedroom.

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  11. This kid should be glad that he/she doesn't starve or lives in a country with really bad living conditions.

    But no, oppa(s) must be the most important thing in his or her life.
    This person really needs to wake up and realize that it gives more important things than her oppa(s) in life.

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  12. #super junior and #exo wouldn't give a shit about you if you lived next door to them

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  13. I live in a country that- I'm now quite happy to say- isn't "non-existent" to the KPOP world anymore. A band comes here every month starting from early 2013, and bitches call you "picky" if you're a KPOP fan and you decide not to go to any of the concerts because of personal reasons (you don't like the band that's performing, you're 13 like me, you're not allowed to go, etc). I've only been able to see BTOB walking (soz I like dem) for like 16 seconds at their fan-meeting and it's not really worth it because they were like half an hour late and the people kept pushing me. At least I learned to never really make an effort to come early because Oppar durrrs won't either. Judging from that, you aren't really missing out on much.

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  14. The problem is that she'll probably be broke as heck from tending to every one of her daughter's Oppar durrs needs. Countries that are "regarded as an actual existing country" to the KPOP world often have concert tickets with prices ranging from $100+, and that's not going to get them a very good seat.



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  15. Well sera from nine muses is Canadian


    and Kris from exo(?) I think

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    1. he lived in vancouver but i'm pretty sure he was born/spent a lot of his childhood in china

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    2. Kris is a Canadian citizen though

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  16. Shinbi unnir is Canadian too gah
    Hey at least Jongkey and all the other gay otps could get married here now excuse me I need tim hortons

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    1. "Shinbi unnir is Canadian too gah"

      ...

      Is that... a bad thing? Or- ?

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  17. Good thing I live in Southern California.

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