Beanie level: Rooftop room dweller

Beanies, today is going to be a mehjekdgh sort of day. Any fits to send to give color would be appreciated ^_^

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    *gifs not fits yeesh autocorrect hates me today

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    Whatever you’re doing, remember to make a grand entrance.

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      It was at least a memorable entrance, they had forgotten to unlock the office front door so I stood there knocking for ten minutes.

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        I hope you held up your skirt (scrubs?) just so, and had a man walking a few paces behind you holding your bag. I know you had a good should swagger going.

        (I also hope the blerghy part of your day went well, and was productive)

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          I had neither skirt nor scrubs, but I did have high heels for once. And when I wear those the swagger cannot be contained.

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        When you finally were allowed in, I hope you strutted in like:

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          I like to think I have good hair, then I see gifs like these and know I will never surpass oppa

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            It’s a good thing I don’t have some silly rule that my hair has to be better than my partner’s. 😉

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          Does your husband have good hair? Gah that makes me jealous. Good hair and sincere smiles are the most attractive parts of a man to me…

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            He does! Although it was all shaved when I met him (military) and his head isn’t that attractive, so I prefer him with hair! He’s grown it out in the last 3-4 years to chin almost shoulder length. Gong-Yoo, admittedly, has better hair than the both of us!

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    we’re if you need us <3

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    Sorry, I can’t send an inspirational gif but thank you for the kitty, and 🌻🌻🌻

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    https://giphy.com/gifs/uWYjSbkIE2XIMIc7gh sending the best wizard in Gryffinpurr House to cast a colorful spell and add some cuteness to your day ☄🐈

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@minacci @ally-le
I put the link to the google doc with all the Love, February post links in the comments.

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Makjang Pictures to go with the previous story (sorry I couldn’t figure out how to insert home pictures)

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Makjang Monday ~ Candy the Cat

I wasn’t sure what to write for @justme ’s Makjang Mondays at first, which family secrets should I spill, what embarrassing story should I unearth (my life is boring but I have more awkward stories to tell than I want to admit to).

Then I realized, I had a Candy walk straight from a melo and into my life this summer. This is her story ~

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    *cue rain and thunder* Her mother was pretty, very pretty, pregnant, and sadly so alone. When strangers took her to the shelter they wondered if she had been abandoned before or after they knew she was expecting.

    They would never know.

    *cue separated from birth family for her own good* Her children all looked just like her, down to the freckle on their noses. Except one, the youngest and smallest. The doctor didn’t think that baby would survive, but a kind worker at the shelter took her home, and bottle fed her hourly until she grew. After weaning even the other children were taken from the mother, the shelter knew the chances of them being adopted were better separately.

    *cue orphanage scene* The littlest one struggled once back at the orphanage, always the smallest and weakest, she couldn’t keep up with the others. But she tried her best, when her brother clawed his way up the wall, she jumped after him as high as she could (it just wasn’t high enough).

    One day she was picked up by cold hands that held her close, promising a warm home. She was still too small, and the promised home had to wait for her weight to increase to healthy limits. They waited, she was pretty and less rambunctious than the other kittens, which is what they wanted. *cue selfish family expectations*

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    When she arrived, she found herself confronted by the residents. While the woman with the cold hands cuddled her and safeguarded her, when she inevitably had to leave Henrietta (her newly christened name) was left to fend for herself. She snarled at the ahjussi who tried to sniff her, and the unni who tried to touch noses was angrily swiped at. The uppity ahjumma however ignored her, which made Henrietta even more furious.

    She was the new maknae, but she refused to be treated as such. After the first couple of days of her rebuffing their advances she began to approach them first. A sniff here, a pounce there. Soon, she was fast friends with her unni, the previous maknae, who had spent months kowtowing before the ahjumma would deign to acknowledge her presence.

    The ahjussi was a kind, elderly sort of man, whose joints creaked and fat wobbled whenever he moved. Henrietta, after the first few rejections, eventually allowed him to take care of her, brushing her hair as gently as the mother she never got to know. *cue kind adoptive grandpa trope*

    The ahjumma continued to turn her face away when Henrietta entered a room. Unni told her that the ahjumma only let the ahjussi near her, and that only because he had taken care of her too when she first arrived in the house. Unni said just to wait, and one day she might let you be near her. But Henrietta was a Candy through and through, and wouldn’t let anyone ignore her just because she was young and naive.

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    She did all she could to get the middle aged woman to notice her, from batting a tinkly ball to her, to sidling up next to her, to great flying leaps from nowhere (Henrietta was growing like a weed in the comfort of her new home). Nothing worked. Eventually, Ahjussi and Unni had to leave, they were only visiting for the summer, and she was left alone with Ahjumma.

    She realized then that this had been her purpose all along, to be a companion to the curmudgeonly woman. Determination sparkled in her eyes, she would make this ahjumma her family no matter what it took.

    Daily she coaxed, tried to cuddle, jumped on her back out of nowhere, even bit her tail. These tactics had worked with Unni, after all.

    And slowly, but surely, as in all good dramas, the older woman crumbled under the tenacious energy of the Candy who just wanted to be loved.

    Ahjumma might still find her annoying at times, but it’s okay, because Henrietta is part of her family now. And however much they might claw at the other, they know that they have each other.

    Henrietta Goose, named for her unni, Gerda Goose

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      Bit her tail….🤣

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        How else do you make friends?

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          It’s a much better ice-breaker than small talk. I was cast as one of the princess sisters in a play and bit the dragon’s tail when he kidnapped us and then we were pals 🐉

          And this was the cutest and most heartwarming makjang drama ever! “And however much they might claw at the other, they know that they have each other.” made me smile so much ❤ Was there ever a tense dinner scene where a glass of water was thrown batted off the table?

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            Cori, I will always remember you as the Girl Who Bit the Dragon

            They stick their heads in my water glass? Does that count?

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      Lovely story!

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      You know I love you kitties Coco and this is the BEST!!!! Cuddles and kisses to your fluffy mates 🥰

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        Hehe, the best mates are the furry ones ~ *I type before once again yelling at Henrietta to GET OFF THE TABLE YOU KNOW THIS ISN’T ACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR WHY CANT YOU BE MORE LIKE GERDA*

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          What does life even mean if you are not yelling at your cat in the middle….*NISMO STOP SITTING ON MY FACE I AM TRYING TO TYPE*

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            Why do they like to sit on faces so much? It must be a power thing. Arrogant jerks… (and with this i realize why I respond well to tsundere romantic leads)… GOOSE DO NOT THROW UP ON MY SLIPPERS AGAIN

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      Ahh cats 🖤

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      Awww! Cats ! So lovely!

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Lee Seung Gi is a total showboat, who honestly only ever plays the same arrogant man in his dramas. But gosh darn it I love him. Just watch him get way too into dancing and say you don’t love him too

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    Thank God I’m not the only one who thinks he plays the same arrogant jerk in every one of his dramas. Haha But yeah, variety Seung-Gi is jjang! 😊

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      I KNOW RIGHT. It is the same jerk, but I still watch him and love it. I think I have a problem.

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    Oh my goodness everyone confessing their love for Lee Seung-gi, coincides with my new found love for him!!

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      Gahhhhhhh I totally credit him with making me fall for kdramas. What has made you like him? Oh, and welcome to his fan group, we have lots of gifs

      img src=“http://media.tumblr.com/0b0a468deeb8715e597c4d8245fd95ca/tumblr_inline_n7emubUA4K1qglk01.gif”

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        Do you ever get curious of why people like a certain someone? I always heard of Lee Seung-gi but i think that he had just gone to army when i started watching dramas. I watched King2Hearts and liked him well enough but that was it. I started the first season of NJTTW and was like okay he seems nice enough. Then, I started Master in the House and haven’t missed an episode since! He grew on me, but, my goodness, he is really showing off his charms in Little Forest!! Looking forward to Vagabond, haha!

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    Was he an arrogant man in You’re All Surrounded? Does dude with PTSD out for revenge count as that?

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      Well, the other officers did call him a jerk if I remember right.

      Ahh, I did like that show. Back when I actually watched kdramas regularly… *wipes away tear*

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        True but he wasn’t a jerk just for the sake of being a jerk.
        I actually also enjoyed that show haha *hands you a tissue*

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          He wasn’t, he was a gooey muffin on the inside. One of his few characters where the issue wasn’t him needing to grow up, but that he’s been forced to grow up too quickly

          *blows nose loudly* I’ll… wash this hankie then give it back…

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            Yeahp!!! Exactly.
            One of the uh few things that may bring Vagabond up from predictable train wreck- is that it has the same director as YAS.

            No, you can keep it. I pray you take this favour as a token of my gratitude.

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*sidles in through a side door, gives a short wave from the shadows*
Hey chingu, Coco here ~ my drama slump has been so utterly complete that I’ve barely even checked DB in a great while. I’ve just laid despondently on my rooftop wondering when another drama will come along and interest me… I’ve turned on the first five minutes of several currently airing ones only to get distracted and never turn them on again… I thought this slump was the end of my drama relationship.

But I just spent the weekend binge watching 10 episodes of a drama. And I wanted to squee about it, so here I am, buckle in your seatbelts for “Village: Secret of Achiara”

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    I’d recommend you Children of Nobody/Red Moon Blue Sun from the same writer 🙂

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      That is even more amazing than Village achiara!

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      Okay, I’ll have to check it out! I’ve stayed away from that one because of the themes… I’ll try it, but I often can’t handle realistic abuse storylines. Village is such a melo that so far I’ve not been bothered by any of the crimes characters have committed.

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        I liked Children better because Village had too much going on for me. It has a mysterious feel to it that doesn’t completely ground it in reality 🙂

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    VSOA is a mystery show centered on Moon Geun Young, a young woman raised by her grandmother in Canada after all her family, except her, died in a car crash in Korea. After her grandmother’s death, she discovers a letter postmarked “Achiara” containing a newspaper clipping that falsely claims she also died in that car crash. She becomes convinced that she has family still living in Achiara, and gets a job as the English teacher at the village school.

    Everyone is friendly enough to the new teacher, but she soon realizes that the villagers are full of secrets and distrust for outsiders. Especially when she discovers a corpse in the woods…

    Okay, now that you have a gist of the plot, here are the things I love:

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    First off, this show is melo and dramatic at its core

    http://66.media.tumblr.com/edc8ac8dc66fbf4c2c67698b03cb9250/tumblr_nvq6vnO6mE1r0nsxwo4_400.gif

    In the first episode alone we get hair pulling, blackmail, hints of incest, foreboding dreams, crazy fortune tellers, and so much more!

    I’ve not watched a melo in a while, usually sticking to romcoms and sageuks, so the serious drama here has actually been refreshing for me ~ I’d forgotten how enjoyable a good water thrown in the face could be

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    I love Moon Geun Young, she is maybe the first Korean actress whose name I memorized, and, whatever else you can say about her dramas, I always find her characters enjoyable and relatable.

    Also her style is always flawless (except maybe in Cheomdangdong Alice). JUST LOOK AT HER CARDIGANS

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-o5SBTEQnupg/VmJypz9RWLI/AAAAAAAAkXc/PbBPCd5kJYI/s1600/TVAS-ep15%2B%25286%2529.jpg

    Excuse me while I update my wardrobe to reflect her sympathetic yet stubbornly determined English teacher. (Really though, at first I thought the character would be a bit of a wimp, running and crying at the first possible run in with a serial killer (again, this happened in the first couple of episodes), but underneath her sensitivity is a backbone of steel, and she will not back down from discovering the truth, no matter how many characters threaten or undermine her).

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    (Excuse I forgot I have a dentist appointment ~ will finish this later)

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    I was just thinking the same thing about being in a drama slump and not being able to get out of it! I will have to try and watch VoSA, missed it the first time around…🙄 thanks for the recommendation.

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      Gahh the slumps are the worst ~ the first couple of episodes were hard to work through, but after that I sort of just sat down on my day off and let it keep playing. Fighting chingu!

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    Beanies, ( @kimbapnoona & other The Last Empress fans), The Dowager Empress herself is here, and maybe only slightly less crazy than usual


    http://i1058.photobucket.com/albums/t413/javabeansdb/drama/2015/village/village2/village15-00062.jpg

    She’s obsessed with having a son to take over the big company, despite having the complete loyalty of her stepson and a clairvoyant daughter (who is a rebellious artist of an eleven year old).

    She’s known to be too-pretty-for-her-age, and might have killed a woman. Who knows. I’ve not finished the drama yet. But her hair pulling skills are just as adept in this show ~


    http://i1058.photobucket.com/albums/t413/javabeansdb/drama/2015/village/village2/village14-00550a.jpg

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      Hmm, is there an island involved? Breast milk baths?

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        No, sadly not. She just has bloody ghosts clawing at the window of her car, a clairvoyant daughter, a femme fatale pharmacist sister, a comatose mother, and a weirdly seductive way with her stepson.

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          Oh, so nothing special then. Sad.

          Her stepson? Pfft. Must have been a practice character for her turn as Royal Hotness’s mom.

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            Oh well.

            I think it’s going to be hard for her to top the RH’s mom. It seems she was building up to that role for a long time…

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    There are, of course, two male leads to assist Moon Geun Young in her quest ~

    Reluctantly, the aforementioned son of the Dowager Empress, forced to recently return from the US and take over the CEO position (and sadly cut off his bleached hair)


    http://static1.dienanh.net/upload/2015/10/15/the-village-secret-of-achiara-50959.jpg

    His righteous soul is torn between getting justice done, and trying to please the expectations of his idolized stepmother and demanding grandmother.

    I’m still attached to the actor from his Beautiful Gong Shim days, so I’m rooting that HE didn’t kill a woman. But again, who knows.


    http://www.stellarsisters.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/the-village-achiara-s-secret-16.jpg

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    The other male lead is the maknae of the local police department, who dreams of being a detective. He’s played by Yook Sung Jae, of BTOB and Goblin fame, and whom I am surprised to find just as charming an actor here as he was as the nephew turned god in Goblin.

    He’s smitten with Moon Geun Young from the beginning, and does his best to assist her in finding her family, pestering his colleagues at other police departments to get him the needed information. He is a bit too young for her though, in my opinion, but love lines (happily in my opinion) are utterly secondary to MGY’s character and the plot in general.


    http://i.ytimg.com/vi/rbVuIziwrbM/maxresdefault.jpg

    Too bad he’s really just a clumsy kid, but the bromance with his police hyung (who is a smart and competent policeman, despite being content with his place as a smalltown cop) is perhaps the best relationship in the show.


    https://6.viki.io/image/d1066d3262bf4ba685cbba944405568b.jpeg?x=b&s=380×214&q=h&e=t&f=t&cb=1

    My mom giggles whenever Yook Sung Jae is on screen with his antics, and we both ship him with the school administrative assistant who keeps tricking him into buying her KFC. I think I need to introduce her to BTOB after this show.

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    The supporting cast in general is full of familiar faces (even if I’m bad at their names). From Jang So yeon (aunt in Father is Strange, secretary turned fish cult leader extraordinaire in Secret Life of My Secretary), to Jo Han Chul (detective from Healer here playing a… detective. hehe), the supporting characters are nothing to sneeze at.

    (though I will say that I was disappointed by the treatment of a cross dressing character. not just by the other characters calling him a pervert, but the way he himself acts, saying that he enjoys dressing as a woman since it scares other women ~ just, I know I shouldn’t expect any better but the creepy cross dresser is a stereotype I would very much love to do without)

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    Anyways, the plot is cray cray, and I can’t predict what will happen even now at episode 10. There are still so many unanswered questions, and I love it. Let’s just hope Moon Geun Young stay away from a ToD long enough to get them answered.


    http://i1058.photobucket.com/albums/t413/javabeansdb/drama/2015/village/village1/village4-00504a.jpg

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    You have many more twists and turns to go through! I live watched, and enjoyed the heck out of this drama.

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Second meetup with @mindy was so lovely ~ she even wore a cat themed dress for me 🥰

I wore black, per @oppafangirl @wishfultoki @bbstl @raonah ‘s advice.

@sicarius I did wear pink shoes…

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Alright, chingu ~ I need advice. For a beanie meetup with @mindy Should I wear all black, or be colorful?


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    Senpai noticed her

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      Talking about Henrietta’s senpai Gerda

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        I—
        *cries*
        COCO, I 💛 YOU
        HENRIETTA, I 💛 YOU
        GERDA, I 💛 YOU
        *my heart is about to explode of cuteness*
        *screams into my pillow*
        *saves pictures for folder and days I need cuteness*
        *looks again and scream again*
        Thank you for making my day, my whole week, and the rest of my life 💛

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Non drama related, but Healer Ahjumma would be proud ~
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/24/style/ravelry-knitting-ban-trump.html

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    @egads @waadmay & other fellow knitwits

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      I love it

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      I used to be on Ravelry much more, but the DB community became my new online haunt. I know @lollypip is there too, and a few others, but I don’t think I’ve done more than lurk on the boards or find patterns in the last year or so.

      While I don’t normally condone the stifling of free speech and expression of opinions, the toxicity of some was making Ravelry feel unsafe for some minority and LGBTQ designers and users. I assume it was also becoming near impossible to sift through and police harassing and discriminatory boards and comments. Therefore I understand, respect, and stand by the stance the Ravelry team has taken during this odious time.

      The fiber craft community, as well as society as a whole, has issues, but this is a step in the right direction.

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      I saw this the day it aired and I thought of all of you.

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Nemesis: Priestess Cocoa versus the Grand Dames ~ they have class, style, and experience, she has youth with the accompanying energy and shamelessness.



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@sicarius at the end of The Secret Life of Mubarak Secretary

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Beanies! No one died yesterday! That I’m aware of. Egads is rather disarming in a charming potentially murderous way (but I’m sure she’d kill so classily you really couldn’t be upset about it), and Isa is no one’s sidekick, and likely works alone in any criminal activities she gets up to.

Perhaps I can best explain how wonderful @isthatacorner and @egads are by telling anecdotes of our meeting. Egads is so charming, and bloodthristily a kindred spirit, and Isa is the definition of a marshmallow heart with a tendency to violence. We planned out murders just so isa could write a tell all book afterwards and get rich. Isa let me pull finger hearts out from behind her ear, and, while they both had blank stares and polite laughter at my Veronica Park impression, they both understood it without explanation. Also we recast Pride and Prejudice with Korean actors, no thanks necessary.



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Venturing forth from my comfortable rooftop to find out if @egads really is a serial killer, with @isthatacorner as her threatened associate.

I know, I know, that we all bang our heads against the wall when a character goes up against potential baddies alone. But depending on which episode we are on, it might just be creepy knowing smiles over coffee, and not full on camera-tilting-down-on-a-rainy-side-street-to-reveal-my-glassy-eyed-stare-in-the-yellow-glow-of-the-street-lights.

And if you don’t hear from me, call the police, and pray that the genius criminal analyst who will rescue me is Seo In Guk. Or Park Bo Gum, I’m not picky.

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    If I could be anywhere in the world right now it would be there

    Have fun!!!!

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    Have fun and report back! Just so that we know you’re still alive…

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    It would be a real plot twist if it turned out that isa was the serial killer. I mean, no one would be surprised if I was the criminal as my interests have been well documented here.

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      *waves to the NSA, FBI, and CIA. Hi guys, don’t mind me. Just getting some coffee today.

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      Oooh, the apparently seasoned criminal is really under the thumb of the seemingly distressed librarian ~ there’s a great moment when isa’s fake sobbing turns into cackles of laughter

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    I don’t even own a black cap! My hair is too big for me to be a criminal, guys.

    Although. There’s something to be said about the promise of three squares and a cot.
    But on the other hand I really cannot use the restroom in public and I can’t see myself holding it for the next 20 years….
    But on that mysterious 3rd hand I never claimed to be the brains of this operation.

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Beanies, lend me strength (and gifs, mainly gifs) ~ today is another utter mess at work…

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Just rented a new rooftop room ~ My exhausted former Errand Boy self is ready to sleep forever on my wooden bench…

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@katakwasabi

Just because we are work doesn’t mean we can’t fangirl on the inside.

Also I’m on an Eric Nam kick again today… 😘

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Errand Boy Cat Post #2

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    My family decided to give Mama’s litter of kittens away (though @fatcat007 ‘s user name always reminds me of one of those kittens, named Fat Cat because his favorite spot to sleep was in the food bowl, which he had to empty first, for obvious, practical reasons).

    But my older brother refused to part with the bright yellow tiger. He loved belly rubs and warmed everyone like our personal, furry sun. His name was Bob, the happiest, friendliest, most loving cat I have ever met.

    <img src="My family decided to give Mama’s litter of kittens away (though @fatcat007 ‘s user name always reminds me of one of those kittens, named Fat Cat because his favorite spot to sleep was in the food bowl, which he had to empty first, for obvious, practical reasons).

    But my older brother refused to part with the bright yellow tiger. He loved belly rubs and warmed everyone like our personal, furry sun. His name was Bob, the happiest, friendliest, most loving cat I have ever met.

    Bob was a most filial son to Mama, from kittenhood to final separation he curled up next to her every night in a cat bed. He always came when you called his name (though you had to give him time to return from wherever and whoever in the neighborhood he was charming), and meowed away the sorrows of any of us children.

    There was a hill behind our house, and Bob would go there with me to watch the sunset. I’ll always treasure those memories, the sun setting from beyond the trees with the usually talkative Bob warm and silent beside me.

    If I had to pick an actor for my feline hyung, I think I would have to choose Go Kyung Pyo, the hyung in Reply 1988 with the sunshine smile.

    img src=”https://78.media.tumblr.com/d2fc1e99d6216a2e1b47d8ead02c365d/tumblr_mjs5jkehE41s69u1bo1_500

    Bob was a most filial son to Mama, from kittenhood to final separation he curled up next to her every night in a cat bed. He always came when you called his name (though you had to give him time to return from wherever and whoever in the neighborhood he was charming), and meowed away the sorrows of any of us children.

    There was a hill behind our house, and Bob would go there with me to watch the sunset. I’ll always treasure those memories, the sun setting from beyond the trees with the usually talkative Bob warm and silent beside me.

    If I had to pick an actor for my feline hyung, I think I would have to choose Go Kyung Pyo, the hyung in Reply 1988 with the sunshine smile.

    A filial son, protective brother, non angsty, non dramatic, but there for you at every sunset.

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      My name reminds you of the kitty or the kitty reminds you of me either way I’m UWU
      It’s so cute & sweet
      Plus you watching sunset with kitten is the most peaceful thing I’ve heard today 😇

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        Your name reminds me of the kitty ~ (we didn’t keep this kitten, and the story of Fat Cat was from over 25 years ago) (Bob passed ten years ago himself, he and Fat Cat were born to my family before me)

        Watching the sunset with him was one of the most peaceful things in my life…

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I can’t ignore a meow to arms.

My Errand Boy business might have called me away (all very hush hush, top secret, though I did see that @cloggie was publicly teasing about it), but now that I am back in my home country I can crack my knuckles and start furiously typing again. After all, this internet, uri playground, is ruled by cats.

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    Cats have been in my family longer than I have. @coffeeprince4eva ‘s cat posts have been particularly poignant for me with her pictures of her cats and child, because I was the child in my own family pictures. One of my earliest memories is of Mama, the black and orange tortoise shell cat with the short scurrying legs. (she was named Mama because when my dutiful parents took her to get vaccinated and spayed that first week the vet told them she was already pregnant) (she was called Socks on my aunt’s farm before she was gifted to us).

    Mama was a proud, regal woman, strong, silent, fiercely loyal and protective.

    Already a few years old and used to my family when I came along, she treated me like another kitten, groomed me, taught me how to treat cats (she did this low whining growl when I mis-pet her and this throaty deep purr when I got it right).

    Gosh, just writing this makes me miss her so much. Her actual meow was a short little mewl that she would use to let us know she was coming when she scurried home at night to our calls of “kitty kitty kitty” (there was this particular way of calling “here kitty kitty kitty” that my mother taught me that all of our cats would come to, and now that my own cats have been staying with my mom they have started responding to it instead of their names, darn cat whispering mother)

    If she was in a kdrama, she would be played by Kim Mi Kyung, and be the scary but loving unofficial Mama to the characters.

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^_^

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