Remember, YOUR actions as fans also represent BTS. Be kind to one another (Yes, ALL fandoms). I’m sure you don’t want them to be remembered by people in the U.S. as the “group with crazy, rude fans”, right? Of course you don’t. Be nice.

With BTS here in the States attending the BBMAs, not only are they representing themselves, but they are basically representing the music scene back in their home country, which is a lot of pressure. So to those other kpop fans who find joy in hating on other groups…FYI, this relates to you as well. Not only will the negative comments effect them, it will also do the same to your favorite groups. You don’t want your favorite groups to be stereotyped and to be known as the ones with rude fans, right? Of course not.

Be nice to one another (To ALL artists and their fans) and let’s have people remember them for the positives.

Be a d*ck to your freelancer? I'll have your job.

(warning: long story)


This happened about 3 years ago. I was still in college for digital marketing (like advertising and graphic design). Since I had no time to work even a part time job, I would do some freelance graphic design in the little time I had. Mainly in the later hours of the night, I would still answer emails during the day though. It was good money, a couple hundred here and there, but it wasn’t enough. The company that ran the cafeteria in my school went through bankruptcy and I was taken off our 21-meals-a-week plan. I had to resort to putting (very) small ads in the newspaper and started looking for more jobs online rather than posting a listing on Craigslist as I previously had. I got a few good jobs, everything seemed great at this point.

Then the fatal night happened. I received an email at about 10:45 at night. It was mid-week so it was a bit odd for someone to be emailing me this late, especially since I had school the next day and they probably had work. Right off the bat I had a sketchy feeling about this, as the subject was “I need an ad made” and the message was “Ok?”. As per usual, I respond right away asking for more details. He said he had ran a custom shower company and he wants me to Photoshop a picture, add text and then format it for billboard printing.

He sends me the image and it’s a “custom” shower with two shower heads that are on. He wants me to remove one of the heads. I tell him that it will be difficult due to the fact the streams are crossing. He replies with “So? Just f*cking do it.” I finish the ad for him and I’m about to watermark it so I can send him a final copy then request payment. Then I realize that it’s already f*cking watermarked, faintly in the corner by another shower company, and it doesn’t match his. This douchebag motherf*cker stole a picture from another local company.

I tell him that I won’t do the ad because he’s using a copyrighted picture, and that I can replace it and keep the text. He “rages” and claims that he took the photo with his phone earlier that week. At this point I have better things to be doing, so I block his emails, as they were getting to be harassment.

Fast forward two weeks.

I get a call from an unknown number saying that I f*cked up and that he just paid another designer “big bucks” for the same job. These calls continue over the next week and I just start ignoring them.

Here’s where something magical happens. He starts texting me, but it’s with his actual f*cking number. I think he tried to *67 me, but it doesn’t work through texting. This will come back to bite him in the ass when we get to the revenge part.

Here’s where the revenge comes in:

After the semester ends, I decide to drive around 2 hours to visit my parents for the week I have between the semesters. While I’m driving on the freeway I see something familiar. It’s the photo the guy wanted me to make into an ad for him on a billboard. Then I realize that the ad on the billboard is for HIS F*CKING COMPANY, although he clearly didn’t hire another designer. It looks as if he made it in MSPaint. I get off at the next exit so I can get a few pictures and write down the location.

When I get back from my parents’ house, I immediately start up my computer and try to get into contact with the company who owns the photo. I send them the pictures and location along with his emails. They thank me and I happily go to bed.

Fast forward a month.

I get a call on a Saturday morning saying that the company who owns the photo needed me to come in to their offices to discuss a few things. Turns out that they ended up filing a lawsuit over the copyright issue as he still claimed it to be his photo.

The judge told me while I was in court (as a witness) that I would be able to file for harassment and get a restraining order. Normally I wouldn’t care, but the harassment would go on his record.

Because of all the legal fees, his company went under. I later found out that he tried to start up another company of similar sorts but he would have to tell his employees of his harassment charge. That company went under as well because he couldn’t find anyone to work for him.

Get f*cked.

If I ever see another nasty say he’s ungrateful again I am going to get f'ing billboards made of this and empty my bank account plastering them around the world 💚

miley cyrus went on a huge rant about how basically Supergirl tv show ain’t doing SHIT for women (source x)


1) “ Cyrus brought up the show when she was asked about inequality for women in Hollywood. “A lot of it could be changed if we had a female president,” Cyrus told Variety. “That would give us a subconscious boost. I think people will have to realize they’re looking really dated.”

Supergirl actually cast a female president for season 2, Lynda Carter aka the original Wonder Woman!

2) “ Cyrus continued: For example, there’s a show called Supergirl. I think having a show with a gender attached to it is weird. One, it’s a woman on that f—ing billboard — it’s not a little girl. “ The character is called Supergirl because she’s actually meant to be around 16. Obviously the show has aged her up, and actually questioned this with the characters including Supergirl herself. Kara appealed to Cat Grant who had given her the name, and Cat’s defense was basically ‘What’s so bad about being a girl?” So the show from the get go is empowering women.

3) Two, what if you’re a little boy who wants to be a girl so bad that this makes you feel bad? I think having a title like Supergirl doesn’t give the power that people think it does.” OHHHHH my god. You’re telling me that’s stopped every little girl from watching Superman, Batman, Avengers, X-men, basically the SH*T LOAD of male heroes that are everywhere? NO. and for once, i’m HAPPY there’s something for all those little girls/women exclusively for them, it’s about damn time.

Basically Miley, Don’t judge a book by it’s cover and actually watch it. 

Originally posted by katbaerrell

anonymous asked:

Hiya! can you do one where a video gets online of a drunk harry professing his love to a picture of you on a billboard (you're famous) and you and the media tease him about it all cute like? thanks i love your blog with a passion you're adorable :)

A/N: Thank you so much cupcake you’re so sweet and precious ilysm :-) I made up a random twitter name for the tweet to Harry part of this imagine so yeah

Harry’s P.O.V.

“Is that Y/N, Harry?” Liam slurred to me as he gestured towards a billboard of Y/F/N Y/L/N while simultaneously struggling to hold a half full liquor bottle and his phone. His trembling hands and shaking grip on his phone really showed as I watched the shaky video of the two of us incoherently drunk the other night.

Somehow Liam’s drunken video of the two of us had surfaced online and I’ve been tweeted at practically all day about the video. I had no clue what I had said or done that blurry night but as I continued to watch my actions grew clear.

“Yeah that’s Y/N and she’s so beautiful. I love Y/N.” I slurred while stumbling over my own two feet as I walked towards the billboard. As I sat behind my computer screen watching drunk Harry humiliate himself sober Harry was also equally as humiliated. I couldn’t believe that in a drunken blur I confessed one of my deepest secrets; a love for my best friend.

“@Harryscurls123: @Harry_Styles are you going to watch Y/N react to the video on television tonight?”

I gulped as I read one of the mentions in my interactions. Was she really going to watch the video on television? I couldn’t even think of what to do with myself or what to say to Y/N to try and fix the friendship I most likely ruined by drunkenly confessing my love for her.


“Any thoughts Y/N?” The man on the television asked Y/N as the video of me humiliating myself wrapped up. Y/N sat silently in her seat for a moment before finally speaking up.

“I don’t know what to say,” she said half laughing and half trying not to be weirded out. I sighed in my couch and slumped downwards hoping that the questioning gaze she was giving the camera wasn’t directed towards me. “How did this get posted?”

“I believe Liam’s phone was hacked or something and the video was retrieved.” The interviewer replied. His answer game me some sort of comfort knowing that Liam didn’t post it by accident. “Well I think you two would be adorable together.” He said and Y/N smiled.

“Thank you,” she said and the interview finished up. I sighed and quickly pulled out my phone so I could send Y/N a message to ask her to meet up with me so we could talk but as soon as I clicked send I recieved one from her:

I love you too.


Two days after the Oscars - and just before “If/Then” previews began - Menzel got to blow off some steam on “The Tonight Show” when she did a toy-instruments version of “Let It Go” with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots. The resulting video has more than 8 million views on YouTube (furthering the song’s chart climb). “In a week of very nerve-racking moments, that was a way to let loose,” says Menzel. “But it was also nice to reinforce that I’m really a live performer and I can sing that f-ing song. In a day and age where a lot of people have to be fixed with [Auto-Tune], it’s refreshing for people to know that some of us are not perfect all the time. But that’s the thing. It’s not about being perfect." (x)

F(x) ranked #3 on Billboard's 20 Best Kpop Songs of 2013!

F(x), “Rum Pum Pum Pum”

“If longtime f(x) fans were turned off by the quintet’s by-the-numbers "Electric Shock” last year, the girls returned at their most experimental yet. Somehow, “Rum Pum Pum Pum” blends funky guitar riffs, elements of samba, hard-hitting beats, alien-like harmonies and the Christmas classic “Little Drummer Boy” into one accessible pop treat.“

source: Billboard