The thirst is real on Facebook...

…even for middle-aged Korean golfers it seems. O_o

So, despite being constantly ridiculed by my friends as being probably the only guy who is super into the LPGA, I am still a die-hard fan of the tour and these ladies.  I am particularly embarrassed proud to admit I run the Facebook fan page for the legendary Se Ri Pak, who happens to be the youngest living entrant in the World Golf Hall of Fame and OG of Korean golfers.

Anyway, though I continue to advertise on it that it’s strictly a fan site and not affiliated with her personally, I continue to get occasional messages worthy of extreme side-eye (~__~).  I received a bunch today, from some dude I will heretofore refer to as “Thirsty Bruh.”  Behold:

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I just cant.

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           I will not pretend my character is strong in any way— because she’s not.
           I don’t want to overplay her and pretend that she’s some amazing
           girl —- because she’s not. she’s vulnerable, emotional. and that’s
           why I love her so much. because she’s so very human.

          she was a princess growing up with guardians, taught to be a princess
          and nothing more than that. her curiosity was bigger than anything
          else, and it could drag her into a lot of trouble. and she can be much
          too naive because of her inexperience with the world outside her home.

          but through the interactions she has had, she’s growing. she’s learning.
          about the world outside and the people that exist. her knowledge is
          expanding, and I’m so proud of her. and though she may never have
          any potential to be strong physically — to see her growing stronger
          mentally is the most wonderful gift of all.

                      learn more, achieve more, little princess.
                      you’ll go far one day.

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