A fan was waiting for Sehun under the SM building, after encountering a few other trainees and staff, she finally saw Tao come down with Sehun. They then returned inside the building. (this is summarised) Before they went up, there was someone in the practice room on the 2nd floor. The windows were shut but after they were up there the left window was opened by someone. Then I heard Tao (occasionally with Sehun mixed) A /concert/ that lasted nearly 2 hours. This kid [Tao] [sang] from Korean (officially missing you, crooked, missing you, and some others that I didn't know) to Chinese (easy come easy go, I never told you, 我爱台妹, Boy'z songs and others little parts, repeatedly singing "I'm a cheap man ?" just some bizarre song ==) Anyways, [they] sung until nearly 3am, before I was about to be frozen to death, they came out. Sehun opened the door. I shouted "Sehun good night" and "Huang Zitao take care of your body". They then got in the car, after getting into the car, Tao got his phone and placed it on the window, on it was the official photo of him and Sehun in Qingdao.
Oh Meigunz, I laf yhu gurl!! ;U; I haven’t known you for very long but you’ve been such a sweetheart!! ;_____; You’re so funny and adorable and talented! Playing RO with you has been so much fun! AhriErlMei is the best comboooooooo <3
I drew Mei for you because just like in RO, you are our genki girl, Megan! ;v; (Though ironically I drew her in angry attacking mode… WHY DID I DO THAT D8 )
HAVE AN AMAZING BIRTHDAY CUTIEFACE! ;v; WEEEE NEEEEEEED TOOOO HAAAAAANGGG!!
Top right is Megan’s tae kwon Mei Shuo. MEI CASUALLY PUNCHES PEOPLE IN THE FACE. CASUALLY. Punching is friendly. Not to be confused with kicking, which is for enemies only! THE TAE KWON WAY. B| …….apparently ;v;
Middle is… not obviously RO… but it’s my soon-to-be monk whose design is still pending? His name is Judas. Annnd the bottom is my arch bishop Ranvier. But… as a battle priest. And kinda tired. So tired he switched the mace to the left hand…? IDEK
On a side note HAHA NOW WEIRDY HAS A TUMBLR. LIFE LESSON: PEER PRESSURE WORKS