Posted 1 month ago

it’s horrible that spotify would let me go two and a half minutes into the no rap version of no scrubs

whats the point

Posted 2 months ago

blurry chicken scratch for kidtoren, that ho

1. Name
2. URL
3. Blog title
4. Favorite color
5. Crush/significant other
6. Something in caps
7. Favorite band
8. Lucky #
9. Favorite drink
10. Tag some people! 

how do i even tag people, do i just type their names? D:

DO I ACTUALLY TAG THEM?

kittensandchores, austykun, 091106, ambiguousangel, @garytheoak, tinasol, jieunique

i know i fucked this up didnt I

edit yep i did this wrong

I’M SO CONFUSED

KAT HELP ME

okay she finally taught me

Posted 3 months ago

expensiveface:

"that boy is really cute" "wait cara arent you a lesbian how can you tell" you know what. youre right. i forgot to put on my HomoSpecs™, which allow me to view all men as grayish blurry blobs. Is that jeremy?? i can’t even tell now that i’m wearing my HomoSpecs™. all men look like the same unattractive indistinguishable gray haze to me because i am homosexual 

i’ll reblog this just for you chloe

(Source: helianthi)

Posted 8 months ago
gum mi has seen some shit this christmas

gum mi has seen some shit this christmas

Posted 9 months ago
ygjunkie:


As a K-Pop fan, I find it unforgivable for AllKPop, a site that contributed greatly to the Hallyu Wave by giving international fans up-to-date news on our favorite K-Pop artists, would stoop incredibly low to use their popularity to defame such a talented artist.
Many Korean news sites and K-netizens have expressed their disgust for this kind of news to pop up, including Dispatch who has released a conversation to show that they declined such a tip (1). Idols like Jay Park and G-Dragon have unfollowed AKP’s Twitter respectively and other Hallyu websites are boycotting the site for this “news article”. (2)
With all of this in mind, we, the K-Pop fandom, can contribute to this boycott. Without the millions of us reading their articles every day, they would not be relevant. We are the ones who made AllKPop the source for Hallyu news and we can be the ones who can shut them down. 
Reblog, repost and spread this all around Tumblr, Twitter and even AKP forums and let them know not to fuck around with the K-Pop fandom. Support Ailee during this ordeal as well, for no one should go through this kind of scandal.

THIS IS IMPORTANT

ygjunkie:

As a K-Pop fan, I find it unforgivable for AllKPop, a site that contributed greatly to the Hallyu Wave by giving international fans up-to-date news on our favorite K-Pop artists, would stoop incredibly low to use their popularity to defame such a talented artist.

Many Korean news sites and K-netizens have expressed their disgust for this kind of news to pop up, including Dispatch who has released a conversation to show that they declined such a tip (1). Idols like Jay Park and G-Dragon have unfollowed AKP’s Twitter respectively and other Hallyu websites are boycotting the site for this “news article”. (2)

With all of this in mind, we, the K-Pop fandom, can contribute to this boycott. Without the millions of us reading their articles every day, they would not be relevant. We are the ones who made AllKPop the source for Hallyu news and we can be the ones who can shut them down.

Reblog, repost and spread this all around Tumblr, Twitter and even AKP forums and let them know not to fuck around with the K-Pop fandom. Support Ailee during this ordeal as well, for no one should go through this kind of scandal.

THIS IS IMPORTANT

(Source: seunghyonq)

Posted 1 year ago
Posted 1 year ago

(Source: youtube.com)

Posted 2 years ago
Posted 2 years ago
IU has some serious moves.

IU has some serious moves.

Posted 2 years ago