It was lovely having my brother involved because I got to hang out with him in South Africa for a while. When you grow up and you become adults and you start having kids and all that stuff, you don’t get to see as much of each other as you’d like. So it was really cool hanging with him for like three months and getting to see loads of him. (x)
“It’s the fact that I could become a part of GOT7. Since I passed the audition, I had spent only 7 months as a trainee and then was immediately added to the members of GOT7 in order to begin the preparation routine for our debut. Up to that time I had never danced once in my life, so it was very hard to keep up with other members who had been preparing for the debut since a long time ago. That’s why I feel really lucky to be as I’m now - being able to do activities as a member of GOT7” - Choi Youngjae
Born in Hong Kong, on the 28th of March, 1994. Was a former national fencer (sabre) of the Hong Kong fencing team. Started fencing since he was 10. Ranked 11th in 2010 Summer Youth Olympics. Wanted to become a singer but his father opposed, unless he could be the best fencer of Asia. Eventually won first at the Asian Junior and Cadet Fencing Championship in 2011. Trained under JYPE for 2 and a half years, and finally made his debut with GOT7, where he continued to work harder than before.
chaotic evil: the major precepts of this alignment are freedom, randomness, and woe. laws and order, kindness, and good deeds are disdained. life has no value. they hold that individual freedom and choice is important, and that other individuals and their freedoms are unimportant if they cannot be held by the individuals through their own strength and merit.
Sparks is a qualified doctor, and has the papers to prove it. But
then she also has the papers to prove she’s at least five other people,
including a pilot, an attorney-at-law, and a California Highway Patrol
officer named Jeff. The point is, she has friends in high and low
places, which helps her get her hands on cutting-edge medical tech like
the REVIVR. Killing and reviving people under gunfire is by no means the
worst job she’s had. Just ask Jeff.
Sparks uses her prototype REVIVR rifle to both heal AND harm:
Reviving teammates from distance, and doing deadly shock damage to
enemies. Using the REVIVR to revive a teammate from behind cover is
easy. Hitting an enemy at distance with it… that’s a little tougher.
Sparks can also drop Med Packs by hand, although they’re weaker than
those of other healers.
@danisnotonfire posted his first video six years ago today and since then he’s met his best friend, created his own unique video series such as ‘reasons why dan’s a fail’ and ‘internet support group,’ been on and now has a show on BBC radio 1, made many great collaborations with other YouTubers, created a gaming channel, written an incredible book, gone on tour, and effected the lives of over 5 million people. Dan has done a lot in these six years and I personally am glad I got to watch it all happen. He’s inspired many people and managed to make them laugh. He’s creative, intelligent, well articulated, kind, and has a unique ‘relatable’ sense of humour. I’m so glad that he chose to share his life with us and would like to say thank you.
Thank you, Dan, for posting that iconic video that makes you cringe so much. If not for you posting that video and continuing to make the great content you do, then many of us would not be the people we are today.
In the book you said that you felt that you and Phil were writing it to thank us for being there so you could share your lives and ideas with us, but really we should be thanking you for allowing us to get to know you and for making us smile.