Can you do a story of Got7 at an anime/comic convention”
Jackson would be overwhelmed with the amount of cosplayers. He would scold you for not having the idea of dressing up “honeslty Y/N I’m so mad that we didn’t fully commit”. He would fill that void by taking pictures with as many people possible, freaking out when he found a group of cosplayers from yours and his favorite anime. “Y/N LOOK IT’S THEM”. He would definitely want to go for all the days of the convention, not having his fill from just one day.
<b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b>Mom:</b> So what did you do today?<p/><b>Me:</b> Nothing<p/><b></b> Patrick Warburton: *enters the room* Most people are unaware as to what a child or a young adult means when they say "nothing." While the actual definition of "nothing" is the absence of something or a void of anything, but when a child uses this word in this context then the meaning is changed from "not doing something" to "not doing something that they'll talk about." A boy or girl's reason is usually because a parent is known to not have actual interest in their child's personal life, but asked because social interactions dictate that it is impolite not to. <p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p>