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Offline CrackSmokeRepublican

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SNSD in Paris France
« on: November 26, 2011, 12:40:34 AM »
Simply Shocking... never thought they got this big...  :shock:  ...  :wtf: .. hopefully it teaches the French chicks to lose weight and get more "hot"..  

(WITH EXCEPTION of the HOT BLONDE at 9:38...   :)  ) --CSR

SNSD in Paris France (Girls Generation 少女時代 HD sm town live mv pv)

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Tuesday, January 15, 2008
Wanted in China: tall, blonde, Finnish men
This might sound a bit odd, but I swear it’s true: pretty much every single Chinese girl we've met has got a crush on my boyfriend.

He’s tall, blonde, Finnish, and takes good care of himself. And the Chinese girls like what they see.

I quickly got used to the longing stares at the metro or in public places. I also soon got used to having to ‘pee on him’ (a intimate term that we use when one of us should ‘mark his/her territory -eg, deliver a kiss’ and show the onlookers that the object they are drooling over is in fact taken), as well as having problems getting served in restaurant as many girls were too shy/nervous to come up to our table. “For Christ’s sake, he’s already got a girlfriend!” I often wanted to yell. “And she is sitting next to him! Stop ignoring my absence, despos!!” But sometimes (or quite often, actually) it seemed like I was invisible to those girls. So I figured it was easier to ignore it.

However, sometimes it just goes overboard.

Once inside a clothing shop, I was in the changing room trying on a dress meanwhile my boyfriend was waiting outside.
“I wonder if there’s something weird with my clothes,” my boyfriend said. “The shop assistant keeps on starring at me, giggling.”
“Oh, funny,” I said, “maybe she’s got the hots for you.”
“I’m not sure. She’s almost a bit hysterical, and her face is all red.”
“Well maybe you should wait outside then. So she doesn't pass out of the excitement.”

My boyfriend obliged, and stepped outside the shop meanwhile I paid for the dress.
“That boy!!!” the shop assistant said, forgetting (?) to count the money I was handing over. “He is so handsome! He is the most beautiful boy I have ever seen!” She giggled like a ten-year-old.
“Oh really,” I replied acidulously. Oblivious to my sourness, she went on.
“He is so perfect. Is he your friend?!”
“My BOYFRIEND;” I corrected.
“Oh?!” She gave me a quick ‘once-over’ and started laughing uncontrolled.
“How old is he?”
“27”
“Oh, he is so beautiful, please tell him I think he is beautiful, please tell him I said so!” I could sense the desperation in her voice.
“Sure, I will tell my BOYFRIEND that you said so!”
“Oh thank you! He’s so beautiful….”

Yikes! As soon as I get my change I left quicker than quick.

And how does my boyfriend handle all the attention?
Well, he says he doesn’t care. But I know he loves it.
Posted by Jonna Wibelius at 10:09 AM
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2 comments:

Chucky said...

    easy solution - start PIMPING your man :)
    January 15, 2008 8:27 PM
Anonymous said...

    I bet you have probably got a lot of attention from Chinese men, too. No?
    May 17, 2008 2:16 AM

http://sheinchina.blogspot.com/2008/01/ ... h-men.html


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Thursday, January 31, 2008
What's with the kimchi??
When I told people I was going to Seoul everyone reacted the same way: ' wow, I hope u like spicy food!' and I was like: 'hell yeah!' Because I LOVE spicy food!

But now I've had 2 Korean meals at authentic Korean restaurants (not the turist traps, I promise!) and I can't say I am impressed. Sure, the bibimbap (the egg, rice, veggie in a clay pot thing) is divine, however, the kimchi stew I just had didn't meet my expectations as it only left my mouth with a tiny little burn...

I thought this was going to be spice heaven, but apparently not.. what am I doing wrong people?! Have I missed some amazing Korean spicy dish that has all the goodies of chili, peppers and kimchi? Any advices/suggestions are appreciated!

Now heading for a coffee (expensive over here) and tonight we are going to try a traditional Korean sauna (Han Jyu Mak) where u have to wear something that looks like a potato sack (hmmm) meanwhile being fried in a room that is so hot that people also use it to boil eggs or dry fruits. Geeeeh. And no, this wasn't my idea!!
Posted by Jonna Wibelius at 1:43 PM
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http://sheinchina.blogspot.com/2008/01/ ... imchi.html

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Re: SNSD in Paris France
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2011, 12:54:30 AM »
Haha! Yeah, but it's usually fat chicks that are more easily star struck.
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Re: SNSD in Paris France
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2011, 06:08:16 AM »
Hehe, any guys who goto that has to be a fag :)

Actually I noticed alot of symbolism, guess I have been listening to too much truth hertz lately, but they do alot of funny things with their hands and eyes, ie eye of horus stuff like at 6:55 or seeing through the 666






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Re: SNSD in Paris France
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2011, 06:51:04 PM »
Bluejelly, have you read Codex Magica? This kind of symbolism is covered extensively.
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Re: SNSD in Paris France
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2011, 09:11:46 PM »
It is depressing to see the French Fags getting into the songs. Damn...  :x  
Personally,  I just like SNSD's coordination, and a lot of K-Girls are blessed with nice legs.  The songs are not all that special.   These are just merely post-teen girls but ... I, un-apologetically like'em, and just wish some hot White  babes in the US/UK/Canada could emulate them to a major degree ... legs, knee high boots and all.   "Cough"--CSR
After the Revolution of 1905, the Czar had prudently prepared for further outbreaks by transferring some $400 million in cash to the New York banks, Chase, National City, Guaranty Trust, J.P.Morgan Co., and Hanover Trust. In 1914, these same banks bought the controlling number of shares in the newly organized Federal Reserve Bank of New York, paying for the stock with the Czar\'s sequestered funds. In November 1917,  Red Guards drove a truck to the Imperial Bank and removed the Romanoff gold and jewels. The gold was later shipped directly to Kuhn, Loeb Co. in New York.-- Curse of Canaan

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Re: SNSD in Paris France
« Reply #5 on: November 27, 2011, 01:58:13 AM »
I have seen some the videos posted by CSR, and I concur on the sexiness of the SNSD in general. But I don't think French girls need to take lessons on being sexy. On the average, French girls are hotter than just about any country, IMHO.  

But I also agree with BlueJelly that any guy who goes to that concert is a total fag.  It can be scientifically proven.
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