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I don't know what disgusts me more; that the hair is there, or that someone actually posed it...
I don't think Brittany Spears is good Pop Music - there I said it.
02-08-2012, 20:09 #33
"Good Pop Music" in itself is a paradox already. For the last 30 years or so, at least.
02-08-2012, 20:12 #34
Hold on, that was a pube? ewwwwww
07-08-2012, 03:23 #35
So on second thought, pop music isn't all that bad. At least if you watch this video on mute.Blinkie Ponie Armie [BPA] :: The Order of Dii [Dii]
07-08-2012, 03:46 #36
Oh my god, I love K-Pop.
Oh my god, I am such a homo. If there was ever any doubt that I'm ***, let the fact that I'm enjoying this song and not the video be proof.
Is anyone at least impressed that I can identify the fact that it's Korean Pop?
07-08-2012, 03:59 #37
That is impressive. I was channeling a stereotypical ignorant white guy and thinking Japanese.Blinkie Ponie Armie [BPA] :: The Order of Dii [Dii]
07-08-2012, 04:49 #38
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07-08-2012, 05:04 #39
lol Koreans and Japanese actually look a lot different. You can also tell by last name (though adoption and marriage and stuff mix that up). Korean are last names like Park, Choi, Kim. Chinese last names are like Huang, Wang, Chen, Lin, Wu. Japanese are like Sato, Yamaguchi, Aoki. (Side note: The Vietnamese name "Nguyen" is pronounced "Winn.")
The languages also sound a LOT different. I probably couldn't identify anything other than Japanese and that would likely only be if I were able to pick up on words or phrases I know. Japanese, when Romanized, is spelled pretty much exactly like it sounds, and they use a lot of awesome sounds like "tsu" (tsunami is a Japanese word) and they use z like in "zutto" ("forever"). Another side note: In Chinese, "xi" is pronounced "sh."
Their alphabets look very different, too. Korean uses a lot of circles, Japanese is VERY neat and sort of sharp, Chinese is kind of scary, lots of pictures. Chinese and Japanese can be tough to tell the difference between.
This was way more info than really needed. I listen to a lot of Japanese music and have been trying to learn to speak some. Want to go there one day.
Last edited by RD; 07-08-2012 at 05:07.
07-08-2012, 05:23 #40
Well, I had it on mute and wasn't really paying attention to anything other than the.. uh.. cinematography.Blinkie Ponie Armie [BPA] :: The Order of Dii [Dii]