k double a

smtm spoiler

jk & bizzy - maniac, asol, woo won jae, blacknine, p-type

zico & dean - young b, killagramz, hangzoo, hash swan, olltii

dynamic duo - jo woo chan, myundo, hanhae, nucksal, rhino

dok & jay - junoflo, ja mezz, woodigo child, nes, double k


This was from OneHallyu. I was doubtful but its right so far

SMTM6 EP. 5 Results

Producer Results:
Jay Park/Dok2: 1
Fanxy Child: 2
Feel GHood Music: 3
Dynamic Duo: 4


Cypher
Group 1:
Picked by Dynamic Duo
Double K –> 1 –> Jay Park/Dok2
Young B –>2
Hanhae –> 3
Maniac –> 3
Kasper –> 5
Ice –> eliminated

Group 2:
Picked by Fanxy Child
Hangzoo –> 1 –> Fanxy Child
Hash Swan –> 2
Black Nine –> 3
JJK –> 4
Ja Mezz –> 5
Lee Yongjin –> 6
Sleepy –> eliminated

Group 3:
Picked by Tiger/Bizzy
Nucksal –> 1 –> Dynamic Duo
Mojae–> 2
Jay Moon –> 3
Woodie Go Child –> 4
Lako –> 5
Choi Seohyun –> 6
1KYNE –> eliminated

Group 4:
Picked by Jay Park/Dok2
Junoflo –> 1 –> Jay Park/Dok2
Olltii –> 2
MyunDo –> 3
Asol–> 4
Bigone –> 5
Truedy–> eliminated
Kim Seongpil –> eliminated

Group 5:
Killagramz –> 1 –> Fanxy Child
Rhyno –> 2
Jo Woochan –> 3
Woo Wonjae –> 4
P-Type –> 5
Ness –> 6
Ocean –> eliminated


Team Picks:
Double K: Jay Park/Dok2
Hangzoo: Fanxy Child
Nucksal: Dynamic Duo
Junoflo: Jay Park/Dok2
Killagramz: Fanxy Child

10 Song Tag

Rules: list 10 songs you are currently vibing to and tag ten people!

tagged by @kpopfanfictrash , thank you darling

1. Bella y Sensual by Romeo Santos, Daddy Yankee and Nicky Jam

2. YACHT (k) by Jay Park feat. Sik-K

3. This Medley by Chancellor and G.Soul

4. Won and Only by Simon Dominic feat. Jay Park

5. Love by Dean

6. Surf by Double K feat. Jay Park and Sik-k

7. Boys by Charli XCX

8. Vivo Pensando En Ti by Felipe Peláez feat. Maluma

9. Tequila by G.Soul feat. Hoody 

10. Shine Forever by Monsta X

Tagging: @everybodykpops, @thequirkyone@rudeboywonho, @suhotrashanon, @taeyang-ish, @igot7bangtanbaes, @kimnamwho, @chanyeolspout, @admincl, @got7-markjinson

Where I imagine Science Officer Kirk argues with Captain Spock ALL the TIME. Except then they start to agree with each other.

Bonus:

since Science Officer Jim is still fundamentally Jim

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So this is a totally useless rant, but as a skinny girl, I’m getting extra, extra tired of fat-shaming.

I work for a corsetier at a Renaissance Faire. We sell corsets. Not flimsy bullshit costume corsets; like real, durable, waist-training corsets. Today a woman came in with her boyfriend, so I helped her pick out a corset and try it on. While her boyfriend—who was decidedly enthused about the whole corset thing—sat watching me lace her in, he told me, grinning, “Of all the good jobs at the Renaissance Faire, I think you have the best.”

I shrugged in agreement. “I touch butts and reach down cleavage all day; I mean…” Because we like to be a bit rakish at the Faire, and, y’know, it’s true. Tying people into corsets pretty much invariably requires getting handsy.

The couple laughed at that, and the boyfriend said, “That’s the job I would want!” But then he chuckled again and said, offhand, “Or maybe not; while we were looking at the racks, there were some pretty big sizes on there!”

Our sizes are all done in inches, and the biggest we make is a 46. And you’d better believe our large sizes sell. For a second I wasn’t sure what to say to the guy’s comment, but I answered him casually. “We get a lot of beautiful big ladies in here.” Because we do. “We make corsets for real women, not Barbie dolls,” I added. Wasn’t trying to be smart, just kind of tossed it out there because that’s the line we like to use when people ask about larger sizes, and because, again, we do.

The boyfriend went quiet at that; I didn’t think anything of it, I just kept on lacing. A moment later, he said, a little awkwardly (but sincerely enough), “Didn’t mean to be offensive.”

I quickly smiled and brushed it off, said he wasn’t, said I was just saying. (Don’t want to make the customers uncomfortable, you know?) And that was the end of it. His comment had rubbed me the wrong way, but it wasn’t a big deal. Now, I wear a 20-inch corset. I’m a few cup sizes short of being one of the Barbie dolls. Like his girlfriend, I’m one of the “hot chicks”; he doesn’t have to worry about offending me by implying that I wouldn’t be fun to poke and pull at.

Honestly though, of all the people I fit sexy technically-undergarments to in a day, fat girls are maybe my favorite people to lace up. Because they are just so damn happy that we have stuff that fits them. They are so damn happy that the corsets we make in their sizes are all the same pretty, shiny colors and cool flower/dragon/skull/etc. prints that the smaller corsets are, not ugly beige and boring “granny” colors. They are so goddamn happy that at least one (of several on the grounds) corset shop carries things that they can wear, that they actually want to wear, and that they look fucking awesome in. This is only my second season working, and we’ve fit 60+ inch waists and double-K busts. The only people we’ve ever had to tell sorry, we don’t have anything that fits them, are twelve-year-old kids.

It’s half-wonderful, half-heartbreaking how excited those women get. Women who say with sad smiles, when we ask if they want to get fitted, “Oh, no, you don’t have anything that fits me,” and then are stunned when we’re 300% confident that yes we do, and we have options. Women who can’t stop smiling and looking at themselves in the mirror after we’ve got them laced in.

I had a lady last week whose waist I measured (cinching the tape tight, as per procedure) at 41 inches—honestly not all that big. So she picked out a 41-inch corset to try on. I could tell halfway through getting her laced that it was going to be a bit big for her, so I mentioned it and said she might do better to try a smaller size. She started crying on the spot. She was so overwhelmed; she couldn’t believe someone had just told her that a 41 was too big. She told me about how hard clothes shopping was for her, how her mother would tell her she needed an XXXL instead of an XXL, how she had recently lost weight but still couldn’t wear certain colors because they didn’t fit or she wasn’t confident enough.

She did end up getting her corset, and after I checked her out she asked if she could give me a hug, so we ended up standing there hugging each other for a minute. While we did, I told her, “Do not ever let anyone tell you any bullshit. You are gorgeous.” She said, “I have a new boyfriend and he keeps telling me that.” I told her he was right, and to just keep telling herself she’s gorgeous; it was okay if she didn’t always believe it, but to keep telling herself anyway. (That’s how I talked myself through shit when I had bad anxiety.)

We all know fat-shaming is bad. The stupidity, fatphobia, and misogyny of it has pissed me off since I first became aware of it. But working with clothing, especially as figure-hugging and precise as corsets, has given me a new perspective on it—how much it affects people and just how shitty it is. Like, what does it say that I had a grown, only average-big woman crying into my shoulder because she was so overjoyed not to be the uppermost extremity of what a manufacturer can clothe?

My job rocks and it’s really rewarding, but sometimes it highlights some of the ugliest shit about society. I’m so glad I work at a shop that’s not bullshit about body types and operates with more people in mind than just scrawny white chicks like me. The fat women I work with are a ton of fun to lace up, and they’re so much more than their size—they’re cool, they’re smart, they’re funny, they’re sweet, they’re great to talk to, and yes, they’re hot. I’m so damn done with them getting short-changed and shamed by petty fucks who refuse to make them nice clothes, who refuse to even try to work for them, who refuse to consider them pretty. This whole rant was useless and won’t get read, but I had to vent because it’s been driving me nuts.

So actually, screw you, random dude. Fat girls are the highlight of my job.

No one will ever be able to convince me that Munakata Reisi and Fushimi Saruhiko

Originally posted by nikifforovs

Are not Kyoya’s biological parents

Originally posted by blueneko97

  • ban ryu: alright then han sung. since you say you're that smart, solve this without using any calculator. find the arc length of three x times the square root of seven minus two from x equals zero to one half.
  • han sung: *stares at equation while deeply thinking* well, there are two 'twos' in the equation- minus two and the denominator from the one half. the number two sounds like the letter 'u', and u is between the letters 't' and 'v' in the alphabet.
  • han sung: but tvs aren't really relevant anymore because everybody has computers now, so it's kind like... if you have two tvs, what is it even-
  • han sung: *out loud* four.
  • ban ryu:
  • han sung:
  • ban ryu: ... that's right...

Jessi reacts to Heesun Lee
Preliminary auditions: Round 1 (New York)

Jessi’s comments:
[after learning that she competed in New York] “Will she be rapping in English?”
“Her hair color is similar to mine!”
“She is very pretty. [her rap is] very natural. Instead of forcing to rap, she spits what she wants to express. I can see the passion through her lyrics, and aura as a whole. [through SMTM6], I foresee her being able to bring out her own unique color.”

We see you @msheesunlee! 👀


Jessi reacts to SMTM6 contestants: Truedy, Asol, Ato, Shim Hyeji, and Heesun Lee!
She says, “Show Me the Money is scary, I’ll never compete on it!”
Her reaction to Double K’s audition is also featured on the preview.
Watch the video on Naver by searching “쇼미더머니6” (or, for international fans, search SMTM6 on YouTube)

The first episode airs on June 30 at 11PM KST!

Scheduled New Releases: March 2017 - Week 2

This list will continually be updated when MVs, iTunes links, & additional new release information become available.


DAY6 - How Can I Say (digital single) [MV]
Every DAY6 March Release
Release Date: March 6th
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/every-day6-march-single/id1212190568

BTOB - Feel’eM (10th mini-album)
Title Track: Movie [MV]
Release Date: March 6th
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/feelem/id1208939162

GFriend - The Awakening (4th mini-album)
Title Track: Fingertip [MV]
Release Date: March 6th
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-awakening-ep/id1212180082

B.A.P - Rose (6th single album)
Title Track: Wake Me Up [MV]
Release Date: March 7th
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/rose-single/id1212694161

Brave Girls - Rollin’ (4th mini-album)
Title Track: Rollin’ [MV]
Release Date: March 7th
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/rollin-ep/id1212764692

Kim Hyungjun (of Double S 301) - AM to PM 5-11-1 (3rd mini-album)
Title Track: Count on You [MV]
Release Date: March 8th
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/am-to-pm-5-11-3-ep/id1213609672

ROMEO - Without U (4th mini-album)
Title Track: Without U [MV]
Release Date: March 8th
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/without-u-ep/id1213220223

Eric Nam x Somi (of I.O.I) - You, Who? (digital single) [MV]
Release Date: March 9th
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/%EC%9C%A0%ED%9B%84-single/id1213740480

Produce 101: Season 2 - Pick Me (digital single) [MV]
Release Date: March 9th
iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/produce-101-%EB%82%98%EC%95%BC-%EB%82%98-pick-me-2-single/id1213744711