wong fu love


I Love Us

We all know our TRUE loves…

Bloopers! http://youtu.be/tnwZULW2Ets

Written & Directed by Wong Fu Productions http://youtube.com/wongfuproductions

Wesley Chan: http://instagram.com/thewesleychan
Philip Wang: http://instagram.com/wongfuphil
Megan Batoon: http://youtube.com/user/MeganBatoon
D-Trix: http://youtube.com/user/theDOMINICshow
Linda D: http://youtube.com/user/LeendaDProduc…

Edited by: Taylor Chan http://youtube.com/TChanChinaMan


To be honest, on the guy side of the break-up (especially for those guys who initiate the break-up), the sequencing can be pretty much the same.

It’s not always because of incredibly selfish, douchey reasons that the initiator of the break-up decides to let things go. Sometimes it’s necessary for us to grow, even if it requires growing apart.

All the same motions are there, and it doesn’t hurt any less, but you grow stronger for it.

Brilliant work, Wong Fu! You’ve done it again, even if I’m on the other side of the “break-up” scene.

Friends, Romans, Cosplayers,

Let me share with you the magic that is 30 Sec Weave spray. This is my post-con Sailor Moon wig’s pig tail:

I’ve tried everything to de-tangle this thing. I’ve washed it and it frizzed right back up. I’ve used the fabric-softener+water spray and all it did was dull my wig and make it feel gross. So today I finally went to my local drag queen supply store and consulted the Very Old Korean Man who runs the place. Without a word he handed me this bottle and this comb:

But guess what?? It fucking works. Check out my post-sprayed/combed wig:

Here’s what you do.

  1. Get yourself this godsend spay that must be formulated from RuPaul’s tears, and this shark comb.
  2. Spray your goddamn wig
  3. Let that sit for a few minutes (I timed it by chilling out and listening to a Noisey song)
  4. Comb your wig–obviously do this the way your supposed to, you know start from the bottom, don’t pull hard, all that jazz
  5. Hit particularly stubborn tangles with another spritz from the To Wong Foo (with love)
  6. Carefully pull the tangle apart
  7. Spray the frizz that happened via knot banishing and comb through the hair again
  8. LOOK AMAZING???? (just kidding, you will)

I love how wongfuproductions aptly shows us the complexity and depth of “I like you” and the gradation to “I love you” - with all the messy bits in-between. And what it means to cling to the idea that “it never seems to be enough” to simply say those words.

The conclusion is a hanging one, but it’s fitting - do we stubbornly, and ironically, choose to believe that once we fall in love, “it’s for real this time” or do we choose… to really love?

Bravo, Wong Fu!


If you’re having trouble getting over someone no matter how long the relationship please watch this… Its so inspiring. Forever love Wong Fu 

wanted to try and practice a little more realisticness and portrait type things. So here is this! Chris Dinh from Wong Fu Productions! (also, I think he looks different now? his hair/glasses may be different. I think this was referenced from an older pic of him, but anyway…)

Yeah… Need more practice…  T_T

I love Wong Fu, though I haven’t seen all of their videos or anything, but I love how they can do comedy, but then turn around and do artsy, thoughtful, drama films as well! :D

and also they are hot asian guys


Wong Fu Featured in “She Loves Me, She Love Me Not”

Every once in a while, we tend to look for a sign to determine if the other person likes us or not. Sometimes, it gets weird

Wong Fu Productions: http://www.youtube.com/wongfuproductions
David Choi: http://www.youtube.com/davidchoimusic
Night Owl Cinematics: http://www.youtube.com/alozerk
Jian Hao: http://www.youtube.com/thejianhaotan
Guan: http://www.youtube.com/guanyguantv
Alan Lok: http://www.instagram.com/loazferzz
Magdeline Wang: http://www.instagram.com/magdelinewang
Dennis Yin: http://www.instagram.com/dennisyin
Ernest Ng: http://www.instagram.com/ernestngbro