i feel like all the lesbians watching ghostbusters (2016) had the same reaction to kate mckinnon as erin gilbert had to kevin. like…..i would definitely drink coffee that kate mckinnon spat back into a cup. i would pay good money to drink that coffee. i would put that cup in a glass case and mount it on my wall. while thinking about kate mckinnon mounting me
Mark looks like the kind of person who is shy but lively at the same time. Like, he has control over his naughty (Unlike Haechan xD), but he is a diligent child overall. I think Mark would want a girl who is livelier, with a beautiful sense-of-humour, and wise. Someone from his year in school, I guess. He works very hard, so he would need someone who is understanding and always there to support him. A girl he will find texting him art midnight to ask if he’s still practicing. He will surely tell you to sleep and not wait for him to go to bed, but he will have butterflies inside when he finds you waiting on him. He would love love love going on study dates, and coffee dates. Idk why… I feel like he would like a girl who reads a lot. He looks like the person who’d love to innocently read with his girlfriend while it rains outside, with a cup of coffee the both could share.
Hey, ik it may or mayn’t match the anon; but admin Jiah says this all the time to me and I myself have faced this scenario; once you fall in love, all the ideal type stereotypes disappear faster than your 3-second-dream full of bliss. So, don’t let my empty words get to you, and love Lee Min Hyung~ ♥
Patty is such a cool character 2 me bc she’s valued for her knowledge of history and those weird obscure facts about specific places like idk like 85% of the protags in nerd media are scientists or medical doctors or someone who’s primary knowledge is in a scientific field even if it’s not their job but Patty’s primary area of knowledge is history and probably literature and art but also she fights ghosts and is competent and cool and intelligent and golly I love her
Do you ever have that thing where you’re all wound up about something but it’s a really petty thing and you know if you complain about it you’re going to come across really bitchy so the frustration just stays all balled up in you and makes your spine do that unpleasant tingly thing that isn’t exactly painful but feels like a prelude to pain that never actually happens
On a completely unrelated note, do you ever have relatives drop by for coffee and a chat at 10pm on movie night just before you put the film on