Amber + short skirts ?
120716 Park Sohyun’s Love Game (bits)
DJ: Amber, why don’t you wear something short for us
Amber: I’m afraid everyone will get a crush on me.
Krystal: See? she’s always like this
Krystal: She always says she’s very sexy
Luna: Because she’s Sexy Amber
DJ to Amber : Your fans call you like that?
Krystal : No, she call herself like that (LOL)
DJ: how about trying those short mini skirts?
Amber: It’s not safe
Luna: no way~ since she always spreads her legs so wide so no~~ skirt is no
*LMAO OMG LUNA’S COMMENT…. made me crack up so bad*
Amber: be quiet. You be quiet. (krystal kept laughing)
DJ: Who’s the most mischievous member? Krystal: Amber / Luna: Amberrr~ /Amber: Who’s that? DJ: It’s you.
Before, Krystal said :Sulli used to be shorter than me that i often stroked her head but now she strokes my head O
In early trainee days, Sulli was shorter than Luna.
Via twitter: translated by @fx_ninjas
@fx_ninjas was so nice to translate some parts from the radio interview.
The Great Bit Post - Pt. 2, Mouthpieces cont.
PART 2 - Mouthpieces cont.
You’ll notice that part one involved bits that, for the most part, had no palate action. I decided to break it up into two different sections for mouthpieces. In this section I delve into mouthpieces that are ported. These types of mouthpieces are not really my forte, as I very rarely use ported mouthpieces, but I’ll do my best to provide you with correct information. Ports on bits bring in another point of contact with the horse’s mouth, the palate, and to achieve the correct action ported bits all use some form of leverage. Many ported bits provide tongue relief.
a. Low Port - A low port provides some tongue relief and applies more pressure to the bars of the horse’s mouth than a non-ported mouthpiece.
b. Medium Port - Provides more tongue relief than a low port and applies the majority of its pressure to the bars of the mouth.
c. High Port - Maximum tongue relief. The pressure of this bit is on the bars of the horse’s mouth and often on the horse’s palate as well.
d. Sweetwater Port - The sweetwater port is wider than the others and allows the tongue a lot of clearance as well as allowing the tongue to move side to side more easily.
e. Roller Port - Works mostly on the bars of the mouth but does have some tongue pressure. The roller in the middle is usually to give a busy-mouthed, more fussy horse something to focus on. The roller is generally made of copper and can help keep the horse’s mouth moist.
d. Cathedral - Very high port that uses palate pressure and bar pressure. I don’t know much about this mouthpiece. My guess is that the slightly swept back, flatter port distributes some of the pressure on the palate better, but don’t quote me on that.
e. Correction - The port on this mouthpiece is jointed where it attaches to the bars of the bit. The port provides tongue relief, bar pressure, and depending on the height of the port, palate pressure as well. The joints are rigid enough that they don’t collapse as easily as other jointed mouth pieces. The horse will not be able to take a hold of this mouthpiece.
f. Spade - Probably one of the most commonly misunderstood bits. It should only be used in the hands of an experienced rider and the horse must be trained to hold this bit independently of the bridle. It allows the slightest aids to be easily conveyed to the horse. The old-style “Vaquero” riders spend years training a horse to take a spade bit. If you go to youtube and look up “Pedro Torres Working Equitation” you’ll find some fabulous videos of an amazing vaquero rider who does an incredible job training his bridle horses.