Blackpink just released their Whistle dance practice on Vapp, and Lisa is concerningly skinny. Throughout the whole video you can see her ribcage, implying that YG is putting Blackpink on a ridiculous diet or exercise regimen. The first two images are of Rose and Jennie respectively, for comparison. As you can see, both of their stomachs are slim and muscular, but not to the point that you would assume it’s unhealthy. Unlike theirs, Lisa’s shows her ribs very prominently. Especially when Lisa extends her body, its very clear to see that the bottom of her ribcage is protruding unhealthily. This can’t go unnoticed by the fandom. This kind of compulsion from almost every kpop company for all their idols to look a certain way is so common and so dangerous (e.g. Xiumin from EXO, Sojung from Ladies Code, Jimin from BTS). They’re such a young group and such young girls that their company is pressuring them into crazy diets and we, as their fans, have to protect them.
I went on and happened to win the India Miss World and movies started coming my way. In the meantime I was still going to college and trying to study, but once my first film did really well, I never looked back. It definitely set me up to be able to be in the big bad world of entertainment.
Well, there’s the confirmation of the baby at the end of the finale. We’re seeing Reign show up :) Worldkillers here we come! (also, I really can’t wait to see her story line build up, I mean, she’s supposed to be Doomsday level?)
Finally!! This took me forever! And it’s all schools fault :P Uhg I just want Monday to be over so that I can slack off again (Got a midterm on Monday) Don’t be like me kiddies! Study hard and stay in school XD Haha anyways it’s 1:30 am right now so I’m making this brief. Thanks for all the positive feedback and love for this series! Please keep sending me feedback and comments so that I can know if I need to tweek anything to make this story even more enjoyable. Anyways, thank you again and enjoy this giant baby’s chapter XD
You would glance back at the young man sitting in the corner of the club every now and then as you conversed with some of your customers, a small chuckle threatened to escape your lips. You didn’t know why, but watching the young lamb masking as a big bad wolf was quite entertaining to you. He still maintained this sort of innocent, child-like feel to him despite his figure towering over most of the men in the club. Like a giant, cute baby. Once in awhile during your glancing escapades, you would make eye contact with him. At first, he would maintain that cold, serious expression that his elder members had mastered, but the moment he noticed you watching him, he would immediately jerk his head away, attempting to hide the heat rising to his cheeks. You couldn’t help, but let out a giggle at those instances. It was the first time that your looks made a man uncomfortable. It was usually the other way around.
I’ve come to a conclusion. I don’t like you Raylan. Never much liked you neither Boyd.
After a string of big bads, TV’s most entertaining drama went for different approach in S4 with the mystery of Drew Thompson. Justified took us and its characters on merry chase around Harlan as the good guys and the bad attempted to figure out who Drew was, what he knew and how to find him. You won’t find 42 minutes of TV as fun as Decoy which was like watching a Shane Black movie - the back and forth between Tim and Colt, the tense showdown in the high school between Raylan and Boyd and Constable Bob surviving a beat down in the only way he knows how.
Justified often gets overlooked in end of year polls or Emmy nominations and that is a real shame because it is a show that is so confident in what it does well that it is a genuine pleasure to watch every week. Every new character seems to be introduced in such a way it feels like the audience has known them for years. The dialogue is the best on TV and the characters of Raylan and Boyd especially revel in their choice of words. Words matter as much as actions do in this show.
The show finally gave more screentime to Tim and Rachel and if it can build on their character development in S5 then we are in for another winner. We also got to deepening relationship of the most unlikely couple on TV Ava and Boyd and the sad inevitably of Ava’s fate will make for troubled times next season.
At the heart of Justified is the ongoing feud and friendship between Raylan and Boyd, two characters whose paths keep on crossing and whose fates could mean the end of the other. Sometimes Justified feels like its heading to a brutal conclusion where either Boyd or Raylan kills the other or they both die, other times it gives a little bit of hope that both men and their families can get out of Harlan alive just as long as they learn not to be their fathers sons.
With S5 starting next month the show is heading into its final stretch (S6 is likely to be its last) but whether the show ends tragically or not it will certainly take its audience on one hell of a ride, full of interesting bad guys and quotable dialogue.