reading trauma’s lyrics got me sad again because they really are talking about how idols lose more than just sleep, they lose a lot of their humanity as well. they’re so bold to talk about how vulnerable they are, vernon talks about how he has “virtually no friends” but in the mv tons of “fans” are surrounding him. wonwoo talks about his reason for living, and he feels like he’s put himself in a rut of living perpetually in the limelight. while coups is the only one in a warmly lit room, the rest of them are in cooler toned rooms, looking even more isolated and boxed in. the price of fame and wanting to put your voice out is difficult and terribly linear, the thought of doing anything else other than their music is both simultaneously thrilling and terrifying to them
It Looks As If Kieran Foran Has Sucked His Shorts In Training Today, As He Shows Off His Toned Legs, Muscular Hindquarters, And Thunder Thighs, All The While Demonstrating Incredible Stamina, Strength, And Overall Athletic Skill.
This Picture Gets To Me. The Photographer Catches The Moment Just Before Joey Bosa Catches The Ball. The Sunshine Glistens Off His Helmet, Gloves, And The Muscles Of His Left Arm. The Power Of This Athlete Is In His Well-Defined Tricep, Bicep, And Calf Muscles, As He Engages All To Make The Catch. His Jersey Fits Over His Shoulders And Torso, Revealing A Firm Upper Body And Core. And His Shorts Drape Just So To Reveal Powerful Thighs And Gluteal Muscles.
Jeez, Louise! I’m Falling For Jonathan Groff And Raul Castillo Of HBO’s Looking. Not Only Are They Sexy As Hell, The Two Are Really Good In Their Portrayals Of Patrick, The Young Guy Who’s Unsure Of Himself And What He Wants, And Richie, The More Confident Yet Sensitive Guy With A Sense Of Wonder At Life Around Him. There Are Those Who Critique The Show As Too Slow, Yet It Accurately Portrays The Dreams, Fears, And Desires Of A Great Many Gay Guys. Check It Out. Stick With It. It’s A Good Show!