@WaityKatie And then you bought yourself a shot and then walked out, right?
@whizz_dumb I'm hoping you call people Toots, not in the short-for-tootsie kind of pronunciation, but in the reminiscent-of-a-fart-sound sort of way. I would approve of that nickname in all contexts.
@momentary tea Yeah, I hadn't heard bong-bong either. I thought maybe it was a mistake on the part of the listener/survey-taker. But it could be a regional thing, maybe. I was in Seoul, so maybe they're saying that business in Busan? That said, one time a guy I met at a club asked me to call him "yeobo".... I didn't even know his real name.
@Emily Eileen@twitter edit: Actually they say "Why don't you MAKE a boyfriend?"
@Third Wave Housewife I lived in Korea for three years. I definitely back you up on this. Korean taxi drivers'/ Everyone I meet's favorite questions to ask: 1) Can you speak Korean? 2) Do you have a boyfriend? 3) Why don't you have a boyfriend?
Analeigh Tipton? Isn't that one of the models from America's Next Top Model several cycles ago? (I haven't watched in ages, since Tyra became too annoying to bear.) Good for her! Glad to see someone is doing SOMETHING after that show!
Dear lord, please let me die before those become common in window displays.
@Alice Prin yes please! wasn't he sssssssort of a pedophile?
Too long. Didn't read.
@a5ouncebird I agree. I think it's mostly the eyeliner on small, light-colored eyes in a black and white picture. There's always something unnerving about seeing stage makeup out of context. (edit: Everyone else already said this. Note to self: read the whole conversation before commenting.)