Hi ~~ I want to prove for my friend that kaisoo is REAL so can u help me ? have an idea or somthin ? T-T
Hey anon :) wow you got a big task on hand!!
(firstly.. credit to gif/vid/pic owners!!! some gifs are my own tho)
well.. One of the biggest proofs as to kaisoo being real is still the jagi/jagiya (darling, honey) incident (when Nini called Soo jagi, that accidentally got caught by a microphone)
With most of the jagi videos you need earphones to actually hear it, but in this vid you can actually hear it through your pc’s speakers pretty clearly (at least I can) you just gotta raise the volume a bit. Look at su-ho’s expression while you’re at it! (he’s not happy)
BUT there’s A LOT of other reasons too anon!
This vid is a personal favorite of mine. Nini is obviously flirting with Soo in this one. and it’s also been said that it’s pretty much a fact, cuz Nini switches from formal to informal speech (and back again) throughout the entire conversation which apparently is a flirting technique(??) and the babo “stupid” part is very important.. not only cuz of how cute Nini looks but the implication of it.
The eskimo kiss! bros don’t do that if they’re only bros.. it’s highly intimate (at least in my opinion) to press up your nose against another bros nose while smiling lovingly (might I add) at each other?!
Asian idol awards brought a lot of bts kaisoo (which is the best and most genuine kind). I could put all the moments from that day here, but i’m going to especially highlight this moment, when Soo gave Nini’s finger a massage handjob. Let me just tell you.. a bro doesn’t react the way Nini did (moaning and groaning) if it was only his bro touching him. It’d be weird. This is erotic tbh.
(funny story.. they were huddling up, and instead of putting his hand on top of the others nini decided to ONLY reach for soo’s hand instead)
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