don’t shit on people for not being grateful to square for these survey update options. Just because square ‘didn’t have to’ doesn’t excuse them from running around with 10 years of game development and putting out a game with a massive amount of plot holes.
people don’t have to mindlessly appreciate the source content without criticism.
'Fair play to him' what do you think he means by that?
I think he probably means “Zayn is gonna say what he feels and that’s totally fine” or maybe “Zayn was in the band just like the rest of us and can feel any kind of way about it, it’s not going to change who he is to me” or “I can tell you’re digging for some dirt here but I’m not going to talk shit”.
I’m pretty sure it’s just an Irish colloquialism that means like “fair enough” “that’s all good” “okey doke”, you know? He’s just being Niall. He’s a magnanimous dude who isn’t going to get all bent out of shape if people don’t feel the same way about a thing as he does and he’s very friendship-focused so I think it would take a lot more than Zayn being open about his feelings in a few interviews to make Niall say anything bad about him. Even if they don’t talk regularly I’m sure he still looks at Zayn and is like “that’s my friend, I love him.” He’s Niall. Zayn is Zayn. Fair play to both of them and stuff. Everything is good and fine.
it seems to me like the difference between psy entering the western music picture and bts entering in the western music picture is that psy was made to be somewhat of a meme?? like i don’t think anyone ever took him seriously, unfortunately, everyone just thought he was a weird kind of act. obviously the mv is supposed to be funny and the point dance was definitely a trend but like……bts isn’t a meme and they are already having a lot of western artists reach out to them and i think this could actually go somewhere and i’m excited personally…i think we have to prepare for the bts excitement to fizzle like a lot of things do but it seems a lot less likely to fizzle than psy’s fame did. i’m hoping my boys can make a good impression and stay relevant over here.
Today I was asked for the 84th time this year (I actually have a notebook for irrelevant shit people ask me) why I don’t drive and more important - why I don’t even have a driver’s license. I just answered that I don’t know how it is like in other countries, but as a Romanian living in Romania, I am simply not calm, humble and stupid enough to deal with… everything (ie. the shitty roads, the idiots who don’t respect the law, the drivers who harass you, the misogynists, the ones who drive because they paid the right person the right amount of money, the ones who own a certain car and they suddenly think they are gods, the old pedestrians who are just looking for someone to sue and provide them financial support, the incompetent mothers who don’t watch their kids and then act all mighty). My point is… is carrying a taser illegal here? I don’t drive, but I spend a lot of time in the passenger seat.