i’ve had this theory for some time now. ever since overdose and kris left exo. since 2014 after kris left suho has not had blonde hair (minus the dark blonde in pathcode). and i have always thought maybe he doesn’t want to bleach his hair into that light blonde again because it reminds him of ot12 and kris leaving.
and my theory was that when he bleaches his hair back to that blonde kris and he have been talking/sorted things out and the color doesn’t haunt him anymore. and kris has been performing in LA with deserve and suho was also there. soooo, in conclusion, they met up to talk and to signal to us that they are chill again e dyed his hair blonde. (maybe even wu yifan himself dyed it)
so where i want to come with this is; krisho is well and hydrated !
I am from the UK and I was going to say that I am lucky enough to live in a country that has strict gun laws, but that would be a lie.
It is not down to luck.
Almost 22 years ago on the 13th March 1996 a man killed 16 children, a teacher and injuring 15 others before committing suicide in Dunblane Primary School.
It was, and still is, the deadliest mass shooting in British history.
People were obviously outraged by the atrocity and by the next year it was illegal to own handguns (basically any gun not barrell loaded) unless they were of ‘historical importance’ i.e. made before 1919.
Owning a gun legally in the UK is hard. You must get a 5 year licence i.e. a background/capability check (yup it runs out), you must give a valid reason for needing a gun (i.e. the humane slaughter of animals/vermin); self defence is not a valid reason for owning a gun. You must be subjected to an inspection of your home where you have to show police where you are keeping the guns and ammunition, these must be kept in separate locked containers, and if you are needing to move the guns you must show that these containers can be moved whilst the guns are locked away.
Through all of this we have one of the lowest gun homicide rates in the word and last year only 26 people died in a gun related incidents (this includes air rifles and imitation guns), and most of these are from illegally obtained guns. It’s got to the point that if someone does die of a gunshot wound it is on the national news.
This being said we have a healthy National Rifle Association in the UK, but instead of demanding people be allowed to own weapons they teach marksmanship (traditional and modern) and promote shooting sports like clay pigeon shooting, which is very fun and we often have it at village fêtes.
The fact that gun control is still a debate in the US is astounding to me.
The fact that Sandy Hook was 5 years ago and there is still a debate on whether gun owners should be subjected to background checks is astounding to me.
The fact that someone can get an automatic or semi-automatic weapon and shoot hundreds of innocent people from the 32nd floor of a hotel is astounding to me.
The fact that each year we hear on the news that there has been the ‘deadliest mass shooting in American history’ is astounding to me.
How is this even a conversation?
Call your senators, your representatives at all layers of government, tell them you want stricter gun laws, tell them that this can’t keep happening.
The best thing you can do to honour the victims in Las Vegas is to make sure something like this can never happen again.
[CUT] I just want to say Choi Youngjae’s English & confidence level has improved so much…his short conversation with Mark before he started singing really showed he has confidence with his English now..his pronunciation is improved too.He is confident with singing too. He worked so hard & never give up…he did say that New York trip was to help him build his confidence and I really think it paid off. I’m very proud of him.