bluelovesorange: (atonement)
OH FUCK YOU, NAKAJI.

And you, Dr. Catboy. YOU DO KNOW YOU ARE BETTER THAN THIS SHIT, RIGHT?
bluelovesorange: (catboy)
Oh LJ promos, sometimes I just don't get you.

You know what else I don't get? Has there been any proof that Asano Taeko and Eriko Kitagawa aren't the exact same person? Like, documented, have they ever been in the same room together?

As for my real life - things are at a terse and tense standstill here and I'll go into detail when I'm less angry/bemused/exasperated. Also, one of my kids said I looked like the fat one from Super Junior. Yes, I know he's not 'fat', but he's 'fat' for South Korea and coming from America, where we do fat properly, I shouldn't be insulted but wait, who said this was a rational anecdote? I was annoyed. That kid looked more like Shin Dong than I do. Save me from pre-teen girls, I swear.

Also, I'm really starting to hate that Ting Tings song.

And Supergrass are breaking up and selling out their store but I hold on hope that one day, they may reunite like Blur. Until then, I will hold onto my very fond memory of seeing them for the first time. We drove by the Capitol Records building and I felt like I was seventeen all over again.

My happy place this morning will be watching the Going Postal miniseries with TAMSIN GREIG & RICHARD COYLE and perhaps dling Black Books. I'm feeling very Bernard lately and less Manny.
bluelovesorange: (robo kdrama)
Right, that's it for me with Pasta. I tried. Episode 10 - I couldn't even finish watching. I think the actors Gong Hyo Jin and Lee Sun Gyun are enormously charismatic and personally appealing, but their characters and the wonky relationship dynamic bothers me to no end, and if it was any other OTP situation, the little cute moments I would be going "awwww" over endlessly. But the simpering "Chef," and the hot and the cold - as [livejournal.com profile] kitsune714 would say, no mas.

Sorry, Phillip (Oh, so you're the ex-drummer of TRAX. Sorry your management company sucks!). Sorry Alex - I prefer you when you are yourself and Clazziquai-ing it up, instead of being shoved into the unfortunate Second Guy Box (where Hanazawa Rui fears to tread).
bluelovesorange: (junya/kanon)
pasta episode nine: everyone has the emotional maturity of a cranky five year old - EVERYONE.
bluelovesorange: (winter romance)
Just watched St. Elmo's Fire for the very first time, thanks to Hulu.com - and wow. A movie full of terrible people. And the characters that weren't morally repugnant, were hit with a huge dose of oh my god, WHY ARE YOU SO STUPID.

I spent at least twenty minutes shrieking, DON'T DO IT MARE WINNINGHAM, DON'T DO IT.

I mean, as awful as everyone was, I could definitely see the realism and breakdown of seven relationships in flux.

I think it's because I'm past the age that these characters are (early 20s - they were 22, fresh out of college) that I find a lot of their behavior frustrating if semi-understandable though frankly, why Emilio Estevez's Kirbo wasn't behind bars for stalking I will never know.

AND THAT GUY? NOT KOREAN.

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