CL on Harper’s Bazaar Magazine (May 2014)

CL on Harper’s Bazaar Magazine (May 2014)

everything-is-gtop:

in-luhans-room:

Its a really heartbreaking news for South Korea.

South Korea has helped Malaysia by looking for MH370 for weeks. Now its time for us to help them.

This is not a reminder for Malaysians only but for all of the people all around the world. Please, it wont take time, in fact, it takes only less then five minutes to pray for south korea. Many lives have died and missing. Please pray for them as human beings.

#PrayForSouthKorea 대한민국

I am sobbing

in-luhans-room

sluttynuggets:

aphtaiwan:

johnhamishmorstan:

I don’t understand american school years what the fuck is a freshman or a sophomore why do you have these words instead of the numbers

what why would you use numbers

so IT FUCKING MAKES SENSE WHAT THE HELL IS A SOFT MOORE OR A FRESH MAN WHY ARE THE MEN FRESH

Literally sick of this dumb as shit post. First of all, the person above is dumb as fuck. Sophomore. It’s from the Greek “sophos” and “moros” and means someone who has acquired some skill/wisdom but still has a lot to learn. There is even an English word related to it: sophomoric. The fact that you’ve never heard that word either suggests that you’re either really young, in which case PICK UP A BOOK the next time you have a question about another culture or the etymology of a word, or you just have a limited vocabulary, in which case, PICK UP A BOOK and increase dat shit before you question another culture or the etymology of a word. Second of all, this shit is literally a google search away, and it’s not even confounding to type into a search bar. Third of all, for the last time, AMERICA DOES USE A NUMBER SYSTEM, depending on your school system. Your transcript does not say “freshman year” it says “9”. 

Finally, here’s a fucking link that explains the shit. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freshman READ, dumbass stupid ass kids. Shit. It’s a COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY thing, and for some reason it gets used for high school, too. But those word classifications are just social, in high school. You might, for instance, attend a school spirit day in a shirt with your grad year and “Sophomores!” but your TRANSCRIPT says 9, 10, 11, 12. (If you go to a four year high school). Even many kids in high school will say “I’m in 10th grade” rather than “I’m a sophomore” even if their school does use the classification thing.

And I know the person who reblogged this, who I reblogged this from, is not actually curious. She just likes being a smartass about the fact that America is a country that is different from hers, cuz this is about the third time I’ve seen this shit on my dash from her and I know for a fact people have explained it to her before. 

johnhamishmorstan

YGfamily part 2 (actors,producers&others)  [other version]

YGfamily part 2 (actors,producers&others)  [other version]

'Do not lost hope'
'Please stay strong a little bit more'
‘We are waiting’
‘Please comeback’
'Are you Hungry ? Let's eat with mom..'

#PrayForSouthKorea

kai-laydoscope

ocha-and-chocolate:

hapamyheart:

ocha-and-chocolate:

idreamediwasawerewolf:

Love her

That rising sun flag tattoo on her back is not cool.

Well, she’s Japanese. As far as I know, it’s offensive to Koreans due to the history of Korea and Japan, but it’s not offensive to Japanese people or to many other people. I could be wrong… but I haven’t seen it described as offensive other than in the Korea/Japan context. 

Yeah I know she’s Japanese but that doesn’t make it okay. It’s not okay for Japanese people or honestly anyone to be going around wearing that around (shirts, tattoos, etc.) either because it’s an extremely offensive symbol nonetheless. She really should have done more research on the history behind that symbol before she went and got that tattoo. 

^^^ you’re right about that. especially that she should’ve researched the symbol before getting the tattoo. it’s one of those cases where the child of a culture who is so far removed from the culture tries to discover it on her own. i’m sure she has no clue about the negative connotations of that flag

fuckyeahjhene

ocha-and-chocolate:

idreamediwasawerewolf:

Love her

That rising sun flag tattoo on her back is not cool.

Well, she’s Japanese. As far as I know, it’s offensive to Koreans due to the history of Korea and Japan, but it’s not offensive to Japanese people or to many other people. I could be wrong… but I haven’t seen it described as offensive other than in the Korea/Japan context. 

fuckyeahjhene
fuckyeahjhene

hell-ogoodbye:

puppy jiyongie (。・ω・。)

hell-ogoodbye