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anonymous asked:

Just because Taylor doesn't specifically say anyone's name she does bring up things subtlety. She basically rode of the Kanye incident for quite sometime and yes people knew it. People do Taylor wrong but she is also no innocent even though so many people thing she is. I am sure everyone knows that sweet girl that everyone thinks is always innocent but in fact are not really. I am not saying Taylor is some evil person but she is also not that innocent.

I think that anyone who knows Taylor as a fan knows that she isn’t all rainbows and butterflies. She wouldn’t tell you she is. And if you read her GQ Interview, she doesn’t hate the term calculated because she isn’t. She hates it because it’s presented as a bad thing - as she said there, careers take hard work, and she resents that putting in effort and caring about what you do and how you’re perceived is a bad thing to some people. That’s her perfectionist nature, as a woman, as a musician, and as a businesswoman.

There’s plenty that I will openly criticize about Taylor’s PR, especially during the Paula years, though most of it isn’t her fault. But there’s really just no evidence that she capitalized off of the Kanye thing. She already had a hit single - actually several - on country AND pop radio. She WON that award herself before Kanye made his moment her own. And then after it happened, she all but refused to talk about it. She, a young artist, literally hung up on a radio host for pressing too hard and not allowing her to drop it. She’s performed innocent fewer times live than I can count on one hand. IMO the Kanye incident did a disservice and made her into a victim, and she has spent her entire career between then and 1989 trying to distance herself from it and move out of that shadow and establish herself as her own artist that isn’t some coy, shy little girl.

I don’t know why people are so obsessed with the idea that Taylor got to where she is now on the coattails of anything but her own hard-ass work, and I will stand by that until the day I die.

3.5/5 Stars.

“He wished to be unconditionally alone, exiled to an island of his own creation, an uncontacted tribe of one.”

In 1986, 20-year-old Christopher Knight drove his car to the edge of a forest in rural Maine, abandoned it by the side of the road, and disappeared into the woods for 27 years.

In 2013 he was arrested while burglarizing a local camp. It turns out he had burglarized homes and camps in the area thousands of times over the years for food and supplies. To locals, he was a bit of an urban legend: everyone knew he was out there, but no one had ever seen him.

I remember reading a GQ article about Knight a few years ago and being fascinated by his story. This book, by the same writer of that article, digs even deeper.

It’s a compelling account of one man’s fascinating life, with insights into Knight himself alongside more general psychological insights into the nature of solitude.

There’s a sense of moral grey area surrounding Knight: folks in the community are torn on whether they respect or despise him. Some wish for him to be released from prison so he can retreat to the woods, claiming that he never hurt anyone. Others, frequent victims of his burglaries, speak of feeling violated and terrorized by his crimes. Even the prosecutor admits that the law isn’t set up for outlier cases like this.

I imagine that most readers will fall on the side of empathizing with Knight. There’s a universality about his story in spite of how unique it is: he, like all of us, only wanted contentment.

As interesting as it was, I had a distinct feeling throughout that I shouldn’t be reading it. I felt as if I were intruding on Knight. And despite him allegedly giving the writer explicit permission to write this book, I’m not convinced that’s what he really wanted. Of course, this could be me projecting onto Knight.

And that’s perhaps the most interesting about all of this: there’s an intense desire to understand Knight—by both the writer and us readers—but an underlying feeling that he can’t and doesn’t want to be understood. There’s a coy secrecy about him; in interviews he’s clever, droll, reticent, and immensely intelligent. Maybe he gave the book his blessing because he knew that although it appeared to reveal so much about him, it actually revealed very little about who he really is.

There I go projecting again.

anonymous asked:

No wonder if William can seem overprotective of his family at times, if he kind of blames himself for not protecting Diana!

When you read his GQ interview it is abundantly clear he blames the press for her death. He didn’t mention any other contributing factor. He was a teenage boy who saw his mother crying about the press intrusion and then being killed by it. Then he found out his phones were being illegally hacked and the stories used to sell papers. It’s no surprise he wants to protect his family and has no love for the press! Harry and William are both deeply resistant to the media and have both filed complaints about intrusion. They both seem to have realised it can be a good thing to tolerate them but they will never accept them after all the damage they did

anonymous asked:

Hi Cris I'm sending you 2 links because you always speak for truth,justice and fairness and many of your followers don't know what D&G did and what it means. www,laineygossip,com/breaking-down-miley-cyruss-social-media-feud-with-dolce-and-gabbana/47271 www,gq,com/story/raury-protest-dolce-gabbana-milan-fashion-week

That’s lovely that you sent this to me, thanks :)

I have to admit though, when I saw the links, I was like “Lainey?!” Then I read the article and encourage others to. They point out Miley’s faults, but definitely focus on what asshats the D&G people are.

The GQ article I can read because I’m at work, but it looks to be about young artist Raury participating in and protesting (AT THE SAME TIME) D&G, can’t wait to check that out at home.

Leather Jackets | Highschool!AU

Summary: Wonwoo can’t help but be a little awkward.
Word Count: 2,035 (dialogue heavy as always im sorry ;;)
Genre: i only know how to write fluff whooPS
Characters: Reader, Jeon Wonwoo, Minor Characters (Kim Mingyu)
TW: none i can think of! tell me if you need anything tagged!

A/N: im not satisfied with this but when am i ever satisfied!!!!! with anything!!!!! im sorry for making you wait and having his suck OTL… regardless, i still hope you enjoy reading!! also pls forgive me for typos or anything i am tiRED


Jeon Wonwoo had never been more nervous in his life. He slowly peered around the corner and looked down the hall. There you were, chatting with your friends about who knows what. Wonwoo bit his lip and pulled out his cell phone.

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Problematic shit celebrities do:

  • As seen above, Zack Hall, Panic! At The Disco bodyguard, proves that he hates disabled people. After posting a lewd (supposedly photoshopped photo) of siamese twins, Abby and Brittany, he then hashtagged the tweet, #BoycottTheCircus, basically referring to the two as “freaks”. After being asked on twitter, he refused to take the photo down, instead saying that he had “free speech” (I refuse to take anyone who uses that argument seriously).
  • To further prove this argument, here is a tweet where Hall is apparently making fun of someone with downs syndrome.
  • And here’s a creepy tweet regarding Katy Perry (I seriously doubt he reads GQ for fun)
  • This is a man who’s been known for treating fans like crap and basically thinking they’re the scum of the Earth… One must wonder, why does this guy still have a job?
  • Maybe it’s because Brendon Urie is almost as big of a jerk. During a show approximately four days ago, he pretty much referred to himself as the only member left in the band despite Spencer being a member still and Dallon being a member too (poor Dallon, never gets any recognition).
  • And then he made some really vulgar comments on stage, saying he loved “pussy on his face.” This coming from the man who used to thank the crowd for coming in a very gentlemanly way.
  • Also, some good news: It’s been two days and Shane Morris’ twitter is still suspended. Thank you, twitter gods.

- Queen M.

PS: I promise this won’t always be about Panic!, they just do some very problematic things that must be addressed.

Jackson ( Got7) GQ article

TRANS] Jackson @ GQ Interview ( FULL )

GQ: Have you ever read GQ?

Jackson: Yes, I know about this magazine. In fact, I did a photoshoot with JQ before.

GQ: JQ?

Jackson: A US magazine that is similar to GQ. I was honoured. This is the very first time I have a solo photoshoot, so I think I can focus more about me. When we GOT7 modelled for magazines, I look pretty ugly. When I was taken photo with other members, I look like an MC or an extra. The guys are all good looking, they have small faces and long legs.. Let’s put it this way. when I stand next to them I look like a watermelon next to apples.

GQ: *Sigh*

Jackson: But it’s the truth. Besides my nostrils are big, no basically you cannot see anything except my nose, it’s pretty bad . And to be very honest I’m not confident about my legs, they are not long at all.

GQ: How’s about your height?

Jackson: Firstly I’m quite short, secondly my leg are not long either. So they are already 2 weak points. I couldn’t wear skinny jeans last time, coz my thighs are big. Now I can start wearing those, I’ve lost 9kg.

GQ: Wow!

Jackson: When I was filmed for Roommate, I’m a little bit chubby (T/N: Jackson was 72kg, now he is 63kg), so I decided to start keeping track on my weight. Actually I wanted to lose a little bit more, but I don’t think it’s a good idea. Coz my face and my height can’t be changed, if I keep losing weight like that I’ll become a lollipop lol [T/N: The lollipop that keeps shrinking.]

GQ: Another weak point?

Jackson: Haha, it’s true. But after I lost my weight, it seems like people think I’m getting more good looking. Hm let’s be honest I actually never thought I don’t look good. I’m just me. When I was on diet, the company asked me to dye my hair blonde. Initially I didn’t like it at all. I never has blonde hair before so I feel it’s not like me. So after dying my hair I called KangNam hyung (M.I.B), “Hyung, I dye my hair just like you!” *laugh*

GQ: So you are normally like this? You keep talking!

Jackson: Yes, when I was filming or taking flight, I talked too. When the staff were about to sleep I’ll come to them and say “Hyung, don’t sleep yet, let hear my story!”. I’m always like that, but the seniors are like “Jackson ah, hyung is tired”.

GQ: Wow it’s hard not to be closed with you.

Jackson: Yes, I’m the type of person who is fast to be closed with somebody. But it has the negative side as well.

GQ: Why is it so?

Jackson: Isn’t there a time like that? Honestly I’m very easy to get closed with someone and I really mean it, so it’s easy for me to get hurt as well. I thought we are closed, but it’s ended up “ah, actually we are not closed”. For instance, when I was filming some variety shows, I met a lot of good seniors. People all helping each other to film and the atmosphere was good. But the next meeting, they will all just said “Ah, everybody has worked hard”. But I still keep calling them hyung, noona. And I thought about the good time we spent filming, we were all happy weren’t we? *laugh* I suddenly feel sad and a bit hurt just like that.

GQ: Was it also like that when you were in Hongkong?

Jackson: Not at all. I was closed to the friends in school. I attended international school so I hung out with Hongkong friends and US friends. But here … well.. it’s exactly like “No mercy” *laugh*

GQ: Do you want to change your character?

Jackson: No, I don’t think so. I realise and feel bad about the time people feel uneasy because of me. Last time after a shooting I used to give a bro hug or high five to the PD, but I don’t do that anymore. At that time people told me “Are you crazy? Get a hold of yourself!” When I first came to Korea, I was considered disrespecting another trainee hyung who is a year older than me; I was scolded for that a lot of time. So now when young trainees do the same to me, I told them to fix immediately. “You can’t just yeah like that to hyung!” *laugh*. So now in GOT7 I act like Korean the most. When I’m dreaming I also speak in Korean.

GQ: Not sure why I feel sympathy you towards you. Are you closed to foreign idols?

Jackson: We are super closed. I talk time to time with Henry hyung, Amber, Fei and Jia noona in Miss A, Rap Monster (T/N: I’m not sure why RapMon is mentioned but Jackson said he always thought RapMon is foreigner when I first met him), KangNam hyung, Zhang Yuan huyng (T/N: Zhang Yuan from Abnormal Summit), we are all closed. It seems like I’m closed to almost everyone *laugh*. If I keep thinking like this I may get hurt again. What if they get asked in an interview “I heard that you are closed with Jackson?” and then answer “No, I don’t really know a lot about him”? *laugh*

GQ: You are very opened and straight forward, is there any time you feel weak?

Jackson: Yes, I used to express my weakness. If I’m worried I would say something like “I’m sad, I’m worried about this”. But I’m not like that anymore. If one day all my close friends leave me, what can I do to solve my own problem alone? I haven’t found the answer for that question, and I don’t think I can find that answer any time soon. However, I do believe if I can overcome my weakness, I’ll become stronger.

GQ: It sounds sad. Have you heard about netizen reacted recently?

Jackson: “So you don’t go on variety shows lately?”, or “Jackson isn’t it the time you should be back on variety show? You’ll better be there instead of being a singer”. Quite a number of comments read so.

GQ: How would you feel of these comments?

Jackson: Should I switch to Jo Se-ho huyng’s company? “laugh”. I’m not very sure (how I feel). I always love hiphop. I wanted to be like Usher and Chris Brown.. and I’m still trying now. If I’m well prepared, opportunities will come.

GQ: “Cool Kiz on the Blocks” and “Law of Jungle” are going to air soon.

Jackson: Yes, I actually love going on show. But then people only recognise me as a gag man but not an idol. I feel a bit … There was a time I was eating in a restaurant, the owner told his friend “I just got the signature from a comedian”. And I suddenly feel I want to join a “real” reality show.

GQ: Is it ok if you are being honest like this?

Jackson: It’s not a problem. If I just go on show to do greeting stuff like “hello sunbaenim, yes yes”, it isn’t me. If I try to act, I feel sorry towards my audiences, it’s like I’m telling lies. I’m just being me and try to be true to myself. I know a lot of people don’t like me, but how to be liked by the whole world? I’m Jackson. I don’t want to wear mask on camera. If somebody hates, me, I’m sorry about that. If somebody loves me, I’m sure they love the true me. The people who love me for who I am will make me become bigger (T/N: Jackson actually made a mistake here, he means his trust will be built up by those who love the real him).

GQ: Trust becomes bigger actually is not a bad way to describe it.

Jackson: When I was doing fencing, I wanted to become this and that. I trained hard to succeed like my admired fencers. But one day I started realising if I keep chasing to be like someone, I won’t be able to become them for my whole life. I need to challenge myself and overcome my own self, break the obstacles and limit. After being accepted to train in Korea, I still keep that life motto.

GQ: But even when you have strong belief, the negative comments like that …

Jackson: I didn’t pay attention to them at first, I didn’t even know how to read comments, like what to do after you go to Naver. Because I appear on several shows, I want to know what the audiences think. I wanted to go read comments on GOT7 gallery. But then I thought, I was really enjoying the time with all seniors there, why I need these confirmation? There was a time I read those comments, they were all like “Why don’t you get you a** back to China yet?”, “Eww, you have those stomach hair, you are disgusting, I wanna puke”. Oh my, so what is wrong if I have stomach hair?

GQ: You seem go through a lot of pressure.

Jackson: Yes, I do. Maybe I shouldn’t appear on show anymore. I have just started joining variety shows and it could just end up like that. The truth is I encountered a lot of bashing and hatreds. What did I do wrong? Should I go on SNS and write a reply to those comments too? I wrote to Kwanghee hyung, he called me up after that. “Hyung, I’m tired”. Kwanghee hyung said to me “But why? Oh, you got bashed; I was bashed for multiple times”. It’s just like that *laugh*.

GQ: So you are in charge of rapping in GOT7? But I heard you don’t like diss rap?

Jackson: I don’t really understand why it has to be diss rap? Of course I understand dissing is a part of Hiphop culture, like “I’m the best and unique”. But is it necessary to keep dissing? I’m excited and nervous to watch “Show me the money”, I always have the thought “If I were them how should I rap?” There are multiple genres in Hiphop as well, like Hiphop mixed with R&B, with meaningful lyrics, it’ll be more comfortable to listen to.

GQ: What is the thing that GOT7 is doing well recently?

Jackson: We debuted as hiphop group, but now we turn into boyfriend-dols. *laugh*. We are closed to each other, the group atmosphere is great, we have natural bond. We are trying to find our own color step by step.

GQ: If you can write a wish list, what would be in there?

Jackson: *lean himself toward the recorder* I want to join variety shows. I’m hungry, very hungry, I’m STARVING. Treat me food! Ah, GOT7’s going to come back with a new album, we really hope to be successful once!

GQ: Have you ever thought of a Korean name?

Jackson: It’s Jaegeun. A fan was typing too fast, so he made a typo in my name as “Jaegeun”.

GQ: Oh it suits you!

Jackson: Really? Everybody says I’m adorable, and very childish, very cute and 4D. But I actually think I act manly. But noona, why you start laughing at me? ~~—-

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Cre: GQ Magazine

Engtrans by @JacksonWGOT7VN

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anonymous asked:

I'm reading about Tom and Tay. I've always believed it was fake, but some feel it was real, at least from his perspective. (The GQ article reads this way) Please tell me a 36 yo isn't that gullible?! Tay was fresh out of a 15 month relationship with CH and was on the rebound. Tom had been working non stop and was due for some fun, but to jump into a rs with someone on the rebound, known for publicly stunts just doesn't make sense STILL! HS can't be real, but it explains some of the craziness.

My opinion? The GQ article had a specific purpose- to make you believe that it was real for him and he got duped- poor, sweet Tom. Now she’s doubling down by dropping this “famewhore” narrative in every single article to counterpunch. Will people remember or care about GQ from 3 months ago when she starts dropping crappy revenge songs? Doubtful.

GOT7 JACKSON'S INTERVIEW FOR GQ

GQ: Have you ever read GQ?
Jackson: Yes, I know about this magazine. Jay-Z was even on the cover once.

GQ: GQ?
Jackson: A US version of GQ. I was honoured. This is the very first time I have a solo photoshoot. It’s nice when the focus is on me. When we GOT7 modelled for magazines, I looked pretty ugly. When I took photos with other members, I looked like an MC or an extra. The guys are all good looking, they have small faces and long legs.. Let’s put it this way: when I stand next to them I look like a watermelon next to apples.

GQ: Lies.
Jackson:No it’s for real. Plus I have big nostrils so that’s all you can see. It’s a complex of mine. My legs are a complex too. Honestly, I’m short.

GQ: How about your height?
Jackson: Firstly I’m quite short. Secondly, my legs are not long either. So there are already 2 weak points. I couldn’t wear skinny jeans, because my thighs are big. Now I can start wearing them, I’ve lost 9kg.

GQ: Wow!
Jackson: When I was filming for Roommate, I was a little bit chubby (T/N: Jackson was 72kg, now he is 63kg), so I decided to start keeping track on my weight. Actually I wanted to lose a little bit more, but I don’t think it’s a good idea. Coz my face and my height can’t be changed, if I keep losing weight like that I’ll become a lollipop lol [T/N: The lollipop that keeps shrinking.]

GQ: Three weak points?
Jackson: Haha yes. But I lost some weight so people see the handsome side of me. Hm… but honestly I’ve never thought that I wasn’t handsome. I’m just me. After I lost some weight, I dyed my hair blond for the first time because my company asked me. I’ve never even thought about going blond, it didn’t seem like me. I called Kangnam (M.I.B) hyung and told him, “Hyung, I’m dying my hair blond! Just like you”. (Laughs)

GQ: So you are normally like this? You talk so fast!
Jackson: Yes, when I have a break during filming or taking flight, I talk too. When the staff is about to sleep I’ll come to them and say “Hyung, don’t sleep yet, listen to my story!”. I’m always like that, but the seniors are like “Jackson ah, hyung is tired”. I’m the type that gets close to people fast.

GQ: Wow it’s hard not to be close with you.
Jackson: Yes, I’m the type of person who is fast to get close with people. But it has the negative side as well. It turns out that sometimes I’m not as close with people as I thought I was. I meet hyungs and noonas during filming, we talk, we seem close, and the next time we meet each other they just say ‘You’ve worked hard’ when I call them 'Hyung’ 'Noona.’ That’s kinda sad.

GQ: Was it also like that when you were in Hongkong?
Jackson: Not at all. I was close with friends in school. I attended international school so I hung out with Hongkong friends and friends from America. But here … well.. it’s exactly like “No mercy” *laugh*

GQ: Do you want to change your character?
Jackson: No, I don’t think so. I am aware and feel bad when people feel uneasy because of me. Long time ago after shooting I gave a bro hug or high five to the PD, but I don’t do that anymore. At that time people told me “Are you crazy? Get a hold of yourself!” When I first came to Korea, some things I did were considered disrespectful; I was scolded for that a lot of time. So now when young trainees do the same, I tell them to fix that immediately. “You can’t just say like that to hyung!” *laugh*. So now in GOT7 I act like Korean the most. When I’m dreaming I also speak in Korean.

GQ: Not sure why I feel sympathy you towards you. Are you close to foreign idols?
Jackson: We are super close. I talk from time to time with Henry hyung, Amber, Fei and Jia noona in Miss A, Rap Monster (T/N: I’m not sure why RapMon is mentioned but Jackson said he always thought RapMon is foreigner when he first met him), Kangnam hyung, Zhang Yuan huyng (T/N: Zhang Yuan from Abnormal Summit), we are all close. It seems like I’m close to almost everyone *laugh*. If I keep thinking like this I may get hurt again. What if they get asked in an interview “I heard that you are closed with Jackson?” and then answer “No, I don’t really know a lot about him”? *laugh*

GQ: You are very opened and straight forward, is there any time you feel weak?
Jackson: Yes, I used to show my weakness to many people. When I was worried I would say something like “I’m sad, I’m worried about this”. But I’m not like that anymore. If one day all my close friends leave me, what can I do to solve my own problem alone? I haven’t found the answer for that question, and I don’t think I can find that answer any time soon. However, I do believe if I can overcome my weakness, I’ll become stronger.

GQ: It sounds sad. What to you hear when you go out for a drink?
Jackson: “So you don’t go on variety shows lately?”, or “Jackson isn’t it the time you should be back on variety show? You’re more of an entertainer than a singer”.

GQ: How would you feel about these comments?
Jackson: “Should I switch to Jo Se-ho huyng’s company?’ [laugh]. I’m not very sure (how I feel). I’ve always loved hiphop. I wanted to be like Usher and Chris Brown.. and I’m still trying now. If I’m well prepared, opportunities will come.

GQ: “Cool Kiz on the Block” and “Laws of the Jungle” are going to air soon.
Jackson: Yes, I actually love these kind of shows. But then people only recognise me as a gag man but not an idol. I feel a bit … There was a time I was eating in a restaurant, the owner told his friend “I just got the signature from a comedian”. But I still want to be on a real reality show.

GQ: Is it ok if you are being honest like this?
Jackson: It’s not a problem. If I just go on show to do greeting stuff like “hello sunbaenim, yes yes”, it isn’t me. If I try to act, I feel sorry towards my audiences, it’s like I’m telling lies. I’m just being me and try to be true to myself. I know a lot of people don’t like me, but how to be liked by the whole world? I’m Jackson. I don’t want to wear mask on camera. If somebody hates, me, I’m sorry about that. If somebody loves me, I’m sure they love the true me. The people who love me for who I am will make me become bigger (T/N: Jackson actually made a mistake here, he means his trust will be built up by those who love the real him).

GQ: It’s true, it does makes you feel stronger.
Jackson: Yeah. When I was doing fencing, I wanted to become this and that. I trained hard to succeed like my admired fencers. But one day I realized that if I keep wanting to be like someone else, I won’t be able to become them for my whole life. I need to challenge myself and overcome my own self, overcome obstacles and move forward. Since I was accepted to train in Korea, I still keep that life motto.

GQ: But when you’re like that, what about the negative comments…
Jackson: I didn’t pay attention to them at first, I didn’t even know how to read comments, like what to do after you go to Naver. Because I appear on several shows, I want to know what the audiences think. Suddenly I wanted to go read comments on GOT7 gallery. But then I thought, I was really enjoying the time with all seniors there, why I need a confirmation? There was a time I read those comments, they were all like “Why don’t you get you a** back to China yet?”, “Eww, you have those stomach hair, you are disgusting, I wanna puke”. Oh my, so what is wrong if I have stomach hair?

GQ: You seem go through a lot of pressure.
Jackson: Yes, I do. Maybe I shouldn’t appear on TV anymore. I have just started joining variety shows and it could just end like that. It really shocked me. I thought I did something wrong (on TV). The truth is that I encountered a lot of bashing and hatred. What did I do wrong? Should I go on SNS and write a reply to those comments too? I wrote to Kwanghee hyung, he called me up after that. “Hyung, It’s hard for me”. Kwanghee hyung said to me “But why? Oh, you got bashed; I was bashed multiple times. Don’t worry about it!” It’s just like that *laugh*.

GQ: So you are in charge of rapping in GOT7? But I heard you don’t like diss rap?
Jackson: I don’t really understand why it has to be diss rap? Of course I understand dissing is a part of Hiphop culture, like “I’m the best and unique”. But is it necessary to keep dissing? I’m excited and nervous to watch “Show me the money”, I always have the thought “If I were them how should I rap?” There are multiple genres in Hiphop as well, like Hiphop mixed with R&B, with meaningful lyrics, it is more comfortable to listen to.

GQ: What is the thing that GOT7 is doing recently?
Jackson: We debuted as hiphop group, but now we turn into boyfriend-dols. *laugh*. We are close to each other, the group atmosphere is great, we have natural bond. We are trying to find our own color step by step and find a concept everyone likes.

GQ: If you can write a wish list, what would be in there?
Jackson: *lean himself toward the recorder* I want to join reality shows. I’m hungry, very hungry, I’m STARVING. Treat me food! Ah, GOT7’s going to come back with a new album, we really hope to be successful!

GQ: Have you ever thought of a Korean name?
Jackson: It’s Jaegeun. A fan was typing too fast, so he made a typo in my name as “Jaegeun”.

GQ: Oh it suits you!
Jackson: Really? Everybody says I’m adorable, and very childish, very cute and 4D. But I actually think I act manly. But noona, why did you start laughing at me? ~~

Translation by JACKSONWGOT7VN

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In which Kaner lives in a bathroom and Tazer lives in a Mariano's

http://svmadelyn.tumblr.com/post/107676196236/marianos-mpreg-wip-no-theres-no-title-what-ofdisappointingeveryone said: but what about secretly a virgin COMBINED WITH college au. because late in life virginity. because jonny toews focusing so much on his studies that he just never… gets around… to it. to /doing it/.

A LOT of you sent in prompts last night, so I uh, got myself confused and thought you were talking about this due to um, some past exchanges we’ve had: 

http://svmadelyn.tumblr.com/post/77659861663/coping-mechanisms-we-have-them

So anyway, have 2600 words of, uh, that, with Kaner as the virgin instead. WILDLY WILDLY AU with mpreg. You guys are cracking me up with the intense demand for virgin fic, but hey, as long as I have dumb ideas for this stuff, I will give into what The People yearn for here.

He might not keep track of hockey anymore, but of course he knows who Jonathan Toews is. He’d have to bury himself under a rock to not know who that guy is in this town.

So when Toews comes up behind him, while Patrick’s taking a break from dancing, he doesn’t expect the guy to grind up against him and whisper low in Patrick’s ear, “Hey, you wanna leave here with me?”

Patrick opens his mouth to say he’s not that kind of boy, he’s just here to dance, but when he looks at Toews’ sweaty, shimmery face, he says, “Yeah,” and follows the guy out, a few feet behind him, so that it could almost look like they’re leaving separately. 

*

“Kinda playing with fire,” Patrick comments, when Toews lets him into his condo. It’s fucking gorgeous, obviously; a Chicago skyline to die for, expensive everything. Patrick tries not to eye the architecture too hungrily; it’s not what he’s here for.

Toews glances at him quizzically and tosses his jacket onto his coat rack. “You want a drink?” he asks. 

“Water’s good,” Patrick says, and hangs his own jacket up. He’s not even sure what he's doing here. He doesn’t - 

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