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Tokyo Encounter Episode 30 (Guest: Miyano Mamoru) (SUBBED by me!)

remember to turn on the captions! please enjoy~

hopefully this one wont be taken down again qwq


MET @thenathanzed & HE SAID ‘DOODLESBYADZIE’!!! we were like old internet buds reuniting!! I’m so happy to have met him!

anonymous asked:

Do you know where I can watch super junior m guest house with english subs?

Hi dear anon-nom ^^  here you go~  have fun!


141027  Episode 1
141103  Episode 2
141110  Episode 3
141116  Episode 4  [Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3]
141123  Episode 5 
141201  Episode 6  [Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4]
141208  Episode 7  [Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4]
141215  Episode 8
141222  Episode 9
141229  Episode 10
150105  Episode 11
150112  Episode 12 (final)


141027  Donghae and Eunhyuk’s Phonecall to Sehun
141027  Henry’s Phonecall to Sunny
141102  You Who Came From the Stars by Donghae & Eunhyuk
150105  Suho and Chen Cut
150112  Suho and Chen Cut  


140721  All Members Teaser
141011  Eunhyuk and Donghae Preview
141012  Kyuhyun and Ryeowook Preview  
141012  Ryeowook’s Sharp Tongue   


Part 1 - Auditions with Zhou Mi #1 (Henry fan)
Part 2 - Auditions with Zhou Mi #2 (Donghae fan)
Part 3 - Auditions with Zhou Mi #3 (Sungmin fanboy)
Part 4 - Auditions with Zhou Mi #4 (Sungmin fangirl)
Part 5 - Auditions with Zhou Mi #5 (Donghae fan 2)  


Zhou Mi’s message to his fans
Eunhae fighting each other
Eunhae + Kyuhyun
Sungmin and Henry eating contest
Kyuhyun made ramen… with no soup
Eunhyuk Promoting Fried Rice
Zhou Mi’s video letter to his mother
Eunhyuk and Zhoumi chatting in the car
Sky Park with Zhoumi
Donghae talks about Eunhyuk
Donghae & Eunhyuk Basketball Challenge  [Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3]
Shortest and Tallest Member Ryeowook and Zhoumi
Ryeowook teasing Sungmin’s fan
Ryeowook’s Spelling Test
Donghae and Eunhyuk Sleeping
Who is the Master Chef?
Eunhyuk or Donghae farted? (lol)
Henry And Kyuhyun bickering
Ryeowook’s Poison Tongue
BTS with Eunhyuk and Donghae
Eunhyuk and PD teasing Donghae (A war between the dumb and the dumber) 


140714  Youku Press Conference
140728  Tudou Full Interview
140903  Youku Interview with Zhoumi
Interview with Zhou Mi and audition highlights 

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blue night radio - 150415
guests: exo (chanyeol, chen, suho)
full (guest) cut / english sub

It took a while for me to do, but here it is, finally!!~

Congratulations, Game Grumps, on reaching 3 million subscribers! You guys have grown so much ever since Arin and Jon started up the channel, and I can’t wait to see how much more the family will grow <3

Keep up the great work, and I hope to stay as one of the increasing 3 million until the day you all retire. c:

My Top 5 (rap) Releases of 2015

5. Earl Sweatshirt - I Don’t like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside

If this list was ordered by album titles alone, I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside would be #1. As Tyler the Creator continued his transformation to adolescent rap gremlin to the N.E.R.D cover band he always wanted to be, Earl Sweatshirt quietly released one of the darkest rap albums of the year.

Dropped in March with little warning or fanfare, I Don’t Like Shit is a claustrophobic trudge through the world of a young and talented misanthrope. Earl is more focused than ever as he floats through lumbering beats, narrating a life of self-imposed paranoia and solitude. Millions chanted the words “Free Earl” during his time at a Samoan obedience school but in post-release 2015, Earl sounds more trapped than ever.

Best track: Grief

4. Young Thug - Barter 6

2015 was Young Thug’s most prolific year yet and if you were to take the best tracks from his debut full-length album Barter 6, as well as his late-year mixtape series Slime Season 1 and 2, you’d have an easy contender for album of the year.

Unfortunately, Thugger’s rambling unpredictableness is both a blessing and a curse. On the Barter 6’s stand-out tracks, Thug proves why he’s one of the most talked about rappers in the game and shows a talent that shines beyond the discussions on his sexuality and fashion choices. “Yes I got a dress on, aint worried about that” he warbles in album highlight “Check” – all the controversy in the world doesn’t mean shit if you can’t deliver good music and Thugger’s all-or-nothing approach makes for an eclectic, if frustratingly flawed experience.

The album brushes up against greatness on several occasions, on the tracks With That, Constantly Hating, Check, Half Time and the album’s frenzied closer Just Might Be. These soaring highs also make the lows feel even lower – the album contains several average mixtape-quality songs and sub-par guest appearances that struggle to be heard over Thugger’s versatile kitchen-sink approach. But despite a bit of dead weight (which was also present on the otherwise excellent Slime Season 1 and 2), Barter 6 was a worthy entry and a good part  of why Thugger was one of 2015’s shining stars.

Best track: With That

3. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp A Butterfly

In a year where Dr Dre finally released his Not-Detox-But-as-Close-as-You’ll-Get album Compton, Kendrick Lamar managed to outshine his mentor in nearly every way in To Pimp A Butterfly, arguably the most important rap release of the year.

While Good Kid, mAAd City was a snapshot of Kendrick’s childhood in Compton, TPAB is a snapshot of the world right now. Kendrick takes an in-depth look at race relations in America and his own experiences as an African-American male growing up in poverty. Album highlights i and Alright has Kendrick giddily declare “I love myself!” and “We gon’ be alright!” but as some of the darker tracks on the album show, it took a long time to get there. Kendrick’s wrestling with his personal demons of self-doubt and corruption, along with the racism and poverty he sees in the black community on a daily basis, makes his well-earned announcements of pride and joy come from a place of struggle and sincerity rather than cheap feel-good platitudes.

Yes, it’s bloated. Yes, it’s not the kind of album you’ll return to again and again. But it still remains a seminal masterwork in the genre and a perfect summary of the current political climate surrounding the black community. If any other artist released this album it would probably remained as overlooked as, well, name any other social-politically rapper of the last decade. But Kendrick deserves to be heard – he’s earned his stripes.

Best track: The Blacker The Berry

2. A$AP Rocky - At Long Last A$AP

While Kendrick went in-depth in his exploration of modern social-political climates, A$AP Rocky took a more familiar approach with his 2015 effort. On At Long Last A$AP, Rocky treads several familiar subjects – having money, being famous, getting girls, being from the streets, still not afraid to hurt you if he needs to. Rocky, as he’s quick to remind you, is still that pretty motherfucker.

While this album might not break any new ground it comes at the #2 spot for one solid reason – over a lengthy 18-song track list, there are probably a total of two, maybe three songs worth skipping. That’s an incredible hit rate for any artist, especially in a genre known for padding albums with filler material.

A$AP Rocky might never recapture the magic of his first full-length mixtape but after his rather lacklustre debut album Long Live A$AP, A.L.L.A is a welcome step in the right direction. While it might not blow anyone’s socks off, it’s an incredibly solid listen from start to finish with a few shining moments. Bonus points go to Lil Wayne delivering the best verse on the year on M$.

Best track: Excuse Me

1. Future - DS2

If love is the greatest muse of all, DS2 was Future’s anti-My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. After his very public divorce from R&B singer Ciara, Future came out with a string of excellent mixtapes which lead up to the defining moment of his career, even rap music this year.

“Tried to make me a pop star, but they made a monster” Future sneers on album highlight I Serve The Bass and that one line summarises everything he’s become. Peel off the exorbitant amounts of money and women Future attracts on a daily basis and an undertone of nihilism and unhappiness bleeds throughout. Future doesn’t just take you to the party, he takes you through the early mornings of drunken regret, remorse and paranoia, knowing fully well you’ll go through it all again tomorrow. In Future’s world, the parties are endless but the consequences constantly loom overhead like a sword of Damocles constructed from Styrofoam cups.

After a fairly disappointing 2014 for rap, Future flooded 2015 with no less than three fantastic mixtapes (including a Drake collab) and one benchmark album, firmly firmly cementing his status at the top of one of hip hop’s most exciting years. What a time to be alive, indeed.

Best track: I Serve The Bass


[ENG SUB] SJM Guest House - Donghae picking Eunhyuk or Henry

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[Eng-Sub] 140715 Guest House’ Youku Interview with Super Junior-M 


[ENG SUB] SJM Guest House - You Who Came From the Stars by Donghae & Eunhyuk

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[ENG SUB] 141026 SJ-M Guest House: Call Out to Sehun Cut