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GIF Warning: Youth C-drama PG-13 Content

Wanna find out how we have shifted our attention from Shoulder to ear on the side of MoMo’s Head?

We will have a brief OTP recap of Epi 21-22 at 8 PM US EST TONIGHT (5/15/19)
Immediately followed by the the final 2 episodes (23 & 24) around 8:15 PM

Join us for our final Ooh La La at https://www.rabb.it/s/2hx6vc

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At last, this is the final week of Head and Shoulder rabbitiering. Join us for the final 4 episodes of Put Your Head on My Shoulder with live subbing by Noona Who Has Obviously Lost Her Head

Epi. 21-22, Tuesday, 5/14, 8 PM US EST
Epi. 23-24, Wednesday, 5/15, 8 PM US EST

We will miss you DoraMo! 😭

Let’s say farewell together at https://www.rabb.it/s/2hx6vc

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      I will at least be there for the farewell…

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      When I viewed this post on my mobile phone, somehow the gifs show as “This Content is Not Available” which makes me even sadder!! Points to you, Internet!
      😭😭😭🤣🤣🤣

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        I can’t see it on my laptop either.

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            Gu Wei Yi, Gu Wei Yi!!
            Mo Mo, Mo Mo!!

            Look forward to seeing you grow as actors in future dramas and may you be blessed with great parts!!

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            These young Chinese guys are amazing. They are so young when they start out. I believe this kid just turned 20 in January, and wasn’t Dylan Wang (beautiful boy!) just 19 when he did Meteor Garden 2018? I think he’s just 20 years old as well. I also liked the young actor who played the male lead in “The Eternal Love,” which was obviously made on a very low budget, but had a lot of charm, nevertheless. (I’ll never forget the youngest Prince’s outfit, with that chicken feather fluff on the shoulders, in either neon yellow or hot pink. Oh my!) He did quite well for a beginner, and I remember wondering where on earth a 19 year old kid learned to kiss like he did. (I suspect that for some of these young actors/actresses, the first kiss they ever have is for these dramas, scripted and in front of cameras!)

            One reason I really am enjoying this drama is that I like the female lead actress and character. I hate to say it, but I rarely like the female characters in Chinese dramas. (I can’t stand the type of character that the actress who was the lead in A Love so Beautiful and Meteor Garden 2018 plays, or the way they play up her little girl figure and looks with the awful, cutesy outfits. I never am able to believe her as a female that the male leads find sexually attractive. There are plenty of Kdramas with a similar female archetype, and I dislike those as well. It ruins the show as a romance, because it’s like the romance is unbelievable. It’s nice to see a show with a main female character who isn’t a ditz, and knows how to speak up for what she wants. The lead female character in the other Chinese “young love” drama I’m watching (Le Coup de Foudre) is also the “super-dumb girl liked by super-smart boy” type, but her character is aware of – and depressed over – her inability to do well in school, and she’s a kind, nice, very likable person, and they don’t dress her up in silly, childish outfits or have her grin and giggle like a little girl, so she comes across as someone you can actually accept that the stiff, reserved, smart boy falls for.

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            Awwww 🥺🥺 Momo, I can never have your energy in saying goodbye 💔💔

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            So well said, @vespertyne! As you may know I am a big fan of DiDi of all his natural charisma, but here I am just really impressed how good Lin Yi especially considering that this is his first role!

            I am completely enamored with MoMo who is strong, smart, and not afraid to express her displeasure or annoyance. I am enjoying Janice Wu’s Qiao Yi in Le Coup de Foudre because even though she is not booksmart, she is intelligent and as you said, kind, patient, and caring.

            Compare to most K-dramas, I actually find women characters in C-dramas much more empowered especially in historical and wuxia dramas. But I can see that some of the modern rom coms many C-dramas are still stuck in the yesteryear’s candy mode. I hope that strong heroines like MoMo will become a trend in C-dramas (or all dramas for that matter) and that will be fantastic news for women viewers like us!

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            Is DiDi a nickname for Dylan Wang? I haven’t heard him called that.

            I thought he was pretty much THE reason to watch MG-2018, and while he obviously has a lot of room and time for improvement in his acting ability, I was surprised and impressed to learn that Daoming Si was his first role. He did quite well, and was really a stand-out in the drama. (I loved his clothes, too! Whoever was in charge of costumes really knew how to make him look extra good, although they obviously had a lot to work with, and would have had to make a huge effort to make him look even mediocre!) It’s kind of annoying that his next drama is Ever Night 2, and Wikipedia is showing it’s airing date as 2020. If you follow news about him, do you know why he’s waited so long to do another drama (since MG was actually filmed in 2017)?

            As for the female characters in Chinese dramas, I think I’ve been watching some older ones, like A Love so Beautiful, where I just loathed the female lead – both the way the character was written, and the way the actress played the role. I dislike Shen Yu as a female lead, for the reasons I have mentioned. PLus, when they pair her with those really tall, super good looking, popular new actors, it just makes her look less like an adult, and more like a little girl.

            I agree about the historical/fantasy Chinese shows. While she was annoying at the very beginning, I really ended up loving Yang Mi’s character in Eternal Love (one of my favorites!) But I couldn’t stand Ariel Lin or her character in I Will Never Let You Go, and ended up dropping it because I was so sick of looking at/hearing her and the second male lead, who also annoyed me. I struggled initially, but grew to really enjoy Yang Zi’s character in Ashes of Love (another favorite), and cut her character some slack due to the fact that she had ingested a pill to make her clueless about normal human emotions. That was a really fun drama.

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            @vespertyne,
            Yeah, DiDi is the nickname for Dylan Wang. His Chinese name is Wang He Di, so many fans call him DiDi. Di Di of course also sounds like little brother in Chinese so it works well for such a cute young guy like him!

            Join us at our Head and Shoulders rabbit chat group at https://www.rabb.it/s/2hx6vc

            Even though we have finished group watching the last episode yesterday, the discussion is still ongoing! You will find dozens of Beanies who love the show and love to talk about it!

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            @vespertyne,
            Rabbit app is quite glitchy. To scroll through the chat I recommend using the mobile version, but for group watching desktop is much better.

            I agree that Dylan Wang did a great job in MG as his first role as well! Although he started out a little green but I could see good improvement by noble idiocy time toward the end! The crying scene of them together at the Chinese restaurant in London is quite moving. But Lin Yi here I feel is consistently good since episode 1 but perhaps the character is less challenging than Dao Ming Si. DMS is a character that is easy to hate in the beginning but Dylan Wang portrayed him with enough charm that I could still stomach watching a jerk who is prone to violence until he changes for the better! 🤣

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            I’m not sure why, but I don’t have access to the last episodes of PYHOMS available yet. I have only been able to watch 1 through 20, and per the channel I’m watching it on youtube, episode 20 isn’t available until tomorrow (16 hours from now, and it’s currently 12:31 PM PDT, so that means it’s available in the wee hours of tomorrow morning).

            Are you guys watching it without subs? That would be pretty meaningless for me, as I speak zero Mandarin.

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            @vespertyne,

            Yes, we were watching raw episodes without sub, with me voice translating live since I am fluent in both languages. That was actually the biggest reason for the group watch -since the subbed episodes were not released 10 days after the raw episodes, I wanted to host the group watch so Beanies who are fans of the shows can watch it sooner! Yep, we are devoted drama addicts! 🤣

            The subbed episodes of 21-24 will be released soon, tomorrow and Saturday. Enjoy!

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        Gah Kimbap! This is heartbreaking! Even your gifs were sharing the same sentiment! No new contents are available now! 💔💔💔

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      I don’t think I can make it for the group viewing, either. I easily caught up with all the earlier episodes b/c I binge-watched t hem, but the timing just doesn’t work out for me.

      However, I hope you will have a discussion here on your dramabean page, so that we can talk about it PYHOMS when it concludes. I haven’t found recaps of Chinese dramas that I enjoy reading. There are a few sites that do, but the recappers seem more interested in showing how witty they are, and they tend to go on and on about second lead actors/characters that I either actively dislike or am indifferent to. (I suppose one day I’ll get second lead syndrome, but so far I have liked the male lead better in all of the dramas I’ve watched).

      So, it would be nice to have somewhere to chat about PYHOMS once it’s concluded.

      question: Where on earth do Korean and Chinese casting directors manage to find all of the non-Korean, non-Asian actors to play various minor roles in these dramas? Because they are uniformly HORRIBLE! As in, laughably bad. And I’m reminded of this because of the previews of the next episodes of PYHOMS, where some obviously NOT British blonde girl, with a terrible non-British accent, and zero ability to act, is trying to claim Gu Wei Yi as her BF. The only half decent performances of these types of actors I’ve seen was in The Golden Eyes. The Russian art gallery owner and his estranged wife were both “fair to middling'” rather than horrible.

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    That’s a very painful 5.30 am my time. 😆 I may love Gu Wei Yi but I love my sleep more. Will join you all in the fanwall fangirling! And catch up in the subbed eps whenever they’re out later this week.

    Have fun! It was amazing to hear your translation kimbap. With all the context you provide you’re even better than the subs. 💕

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    🙁 I will still be at work, sorry.
    🙁 The show has ended/will end. Going to miss Wei-Yi and MoMo.

    For the last 4 episodes though, I wish MoMo would return some of the love back to Wei-Yi. He has been really attentive and caring towards her, but she has, most of the time, not noticed nor acknowledged that she was touched. I just want my boy to feel loved and appreciated!

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    I can make this one!!!!!! hope you all dont mind me on mic. I promise I wont speak over Noona

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    *silent tears*
    I’ll be in a plane…

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The second lead in Put Your Head on My Shoulder is nowhere near the worse villains in the history of dramas but nevertheless annoying in a show full of heart-shaped firework. However I do recognize traces of him in people I encounter IRL.

This screencap (with slight editing) encapsulates how I feel about Fu Pei, but after reading the novel I am thankful that the drama actually makes him a more sympathetic guy. Yes, he is worse in the original story. 😤

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    Where did you find the novel, I’m assuming, online??

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    My only issue with this drama is that I didn’t fall in love with the rest of the characters aside from Momo-WeiYi. I couldn’t connect well with the side characters and I feel no genuine friendship between them.

    In A Love So Beautiful, the friendship that formed in their highschool to the busy years of their university and career life was so beautiful and precious. Girlfriends had each other’s back, and Jiang Chen and Wu Bo Song had Lu Yang, vice versa. The drama didn’t only focus on Xiaoxi and Jiang Chen’s romance. Even if Fu Pei wasn’t really into Momo romantically, he wasn’t a good bestfriend to her either overall.

    In A love so beautiful novel, this precious friendship was nonexistent as well, so I’m glad they added this bit in the drama.

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      Also it’s very rare that I liked the friendship formed on the university level. Reply 1994 and Cheese in the Trap were my least favourite friendships.

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      Yes, but even though we don’t get as much friendship building (or even with family) with other characters in this drama we get so many more sweet relationship development for OTP and cohabitation hijinks. I do love the unusual physics lab bromance! GWY eventually takes care of Zhou Lei in his own ways.

      I think this is really mainly a youth rom com, and ALSB is more of a coming of age story.

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        Yes absolutely! And that’s what this drama excels at – great character development for its main lead. I loved that they’ve got each other now as not only lovers but best friends too to each other.

        And yes I do like the friendship that formed between Wei Yi and Zhou Lei. It was a bit painful to see that part though when the Senior from Germany kept shutting him down for the opportunity to study abroad, but I’m glad he didn’t turn against Wei Yi over that. Rather they spent time studying and discussing where Zhou Lei was struggling in.

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      When Shan-shan told MoMo that they should fight fair (way back at the beginning of the show), I thought I’d love this show for staying away from crazy secondary female leads. But then, I felt like Wei-Yi did: [her presence at the OTP’s house] is annoying ^^

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        Yes! I also love MoMo would just tell Fu Pei straight to his face that “you (the person) are ugly”
        👏👏👏👏👏

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        Actually I found Shanshan’s actions really distasteful. She is first and foremost Momo’s friend and without knowing the full context (or worse she did and still chose to act the way she did), she kept encouraging Fu Pei to resolve his issues with Momo without caring that Momo literally told him to stay away for a while. I felt slightly more sympathetic towards her after what Gu Wei Yi told her (something along the lines of, I don’t remember exactly): “You may think your actions are great right now, but I don’t appreciate it.” At first I couldn’t understand why she was doing what she was doing, but then after that I was like “oooo, she’s doing it for love and she thinks she can because she has good intentions.” And the whole fighting fair thing seemed sudden as well because she never confirmed with Momo what Momo’s feelings were regarding Fu Pei (if they have changed, etc.) before just randomly declaring a competition.

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          I love that Wei Yi put her in place! And I agree with you, she had vested interest in Momo and Fu Pei’s make up, so she forcefully asked them to do so. She didn’t care that Momo’s issue with him runs deep and she would need time to get this sorted out with him.

          There’s just something about Momo and Shan Shan’s friendship that I’m really uncomfortable watching. Didn’t help that I had to once again 🤨…..🤨 when she swat Momo’s hand away from touching an oily bread. Like gurl! Let her eat however and whatever she wants, she’s not 5!

          I’ve been skipping a whole lot of Fu Pei and Shan Shan part, so I shouldn’t be saying this, but I honestly feel like they’re just wrong for each other. I don’t have any argument to back this up cuz I skipped their parts, but yeah.

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            I loved the ff 15s button a lot.

            I would say that the characterisation of ShanShan has been consistent from Ep1. The ‘I know best for everyone in this room’ attitude, which could have come from the four years they spent as roommates. Still, irksome.

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            @nanograpes,
            Shan Shan’s character in the novel is much worse. She aggressively pursued Fu Pei even knowing that he and MoMo still have unresolved feelings. Shan Shan is not seen as a friend by the three other roommates. I do appreciate that the drama keeps in its own light spirit to make her a more decent human being, but nevertheless as you said rightly, still irksome.

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            yeah, at first I couldn’t see why Shan Shan fell for Fu Pei, but then gradually it made sense or rather, it still didn’t make sense (I couldn’t see how Shan Shan was able to see the good in Fu Pei when all he’s been was a self-centered coward), but I could see how Shan Shan’s belief/faith in him brought out the best in him. Her know it all attitude actually was exactly what he needed to turn his life around.

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Rewatching Episode 1 of Put Your Head on My Shoulder last night, I was impressed by how well done the the exposition episode is introducing all the main characters’ personalities and their current relationship dynamics as well as hints of their future relationship.

In the first 3 minutes of the episode, we see MoMo’s “College Plan” she wrote for herself when she was a Freshman:

1. Catch up on learning about Marketing
2. Successfully graduate
3. Find a job I like
4. Go camping with friends
5. Date happily once

I love how the first 3 things she listed relate to her career ambition! This of course also sketches out the roadmap for the story.

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With arms on your Shoulder and lips next to your Head, Siren Prawn is calling you to MoMo Island, Forager Gu

Resistance is futile

but at least the bridge understands your struggle

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    This post is dedicated to @mayhemf whose collages are simply amazing!

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      Ah, it’s the next episode beginning that the bridge changes color. I haven’t made it that far. LOL :))

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      I am glad that all the blood didn’t rush there and he didn’t faint. Boy did very good. Handled it as best as he could.

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        So glad he didn’t drop her 🤣🤣🤣

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          The way he carried her was a bit weird tho. Haven’t seen that kind of piggyback where both feet were up backwards and I guess he was holding her in the shin?

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            I just re-watched this specific part of the episode to make sure… When she hopped onto his back, she hopped on super high and then bended her legs up, so he’s actually holding her by her knees 😂😂😂

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            @bebeswtz I rewatched it too and it’s how she hops on. lol. and yeah, he’s got her at the knees/shins. I figured it might be because her skirt is WAAAAY too short for the traditional piggyback ride (?)

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            @kethysk Yea, I think her short-short overalls made it awkward and Gu Wei Yi/ Lin Yi didn’t feel comfortable touching her in that way— #mannerhands 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻— so they probably discussed that they would do it this way when they were rehearsing for the scene 😉😉😉 I’ve watched quite a few dramas where the male has manner hands—thank goodness— and they would usually just tuck their heads underneath and use the strength of their wrists to carry the girl on piggyback

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        Absolutely, I am just glad his blood sugar didn’t drop (that low) this time around.

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    The bridge thing is genius!

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      The show is made with so much care for its visual wit! I will forever check out the PD 祝东宁 works from now on. Apparently he is one of the youngest directors working in the industry!

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        The details are very well thought out and implemented. They add a lot of emotional context without having to be graphic and raise the eyebrows of potential censors.

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    My innocent mind didn’t get the ear-blowing thingy 😏🙈🙊💏 nope, I didn’t get Wei-yi’s struggle at all 😇😇😳😌😏😏😏

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Attention: Drama OTP Acts Like Real People in Put Your Head on My Shoulder

And he says: I really cannot hold it in at all 😱🤣

Join us Beanies to talk about why DoraMo is sheer awesomesauce at
https://www.rabb.it/s/2hx6vc

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I really appreciate the brisk 40-minute episodes of Put Your Head on My Shoulder, but that also means the show cuts these little gems out of the drama!

Gu Wei-yi is a hoarder of his object of affection’s attention, even if it means to keep MoMo away from her object of obsession.

Yes, MoMo. That’s how we look at him too…….
#Put Your Arms Around My Head Which Is On Your Chest

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    Tall person/short person moments 🥰🥰🥰❣️❣️❣️😘😘😘

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    😍😍 hope we get to see more deleted scenes.

    I have a thing with trench coats hugs in dramas. And This is just on another cute level…… I said cute again 😵😵

    Please gif that fateful encounter too, and how he couldn’t take his eyes off her in that moment.

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    I love how he’s gentle towards her through and through. Some trench coat scenes can look forced–this one is just so tender.

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    how can they be so cute?!?!? Is this legal ??!?!

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    And once again show makes it real by them reaching the end of the escalator.

    That was one brave mascot though, taking the escalator alone, I’m sure the guy in the suit can’t see much. 🤣

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Are you ready to rock our final week of Put Your Head on My Shoulder rabbitiering?

He is climbing into our hearts, and snatching more H&S members up.
So hide your kids, hide your wives,
Because Wei-yi will keep on stealing everybody’s heart out here!

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DoraMo Couple Origin Story: Omo omo omo, Wei-yi had eyes for MoMo before that fateful day of biking accident! 😱😱😱

This video is a NON-SPOILERY compilation of scenes which are cut from the drama. My favorite starts at 1’58” in which he shops for power outage emergency supplies. Please see translation in comment.

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    GWY asks the sales lady for heating pads with Doraemon design. She says they have none, and he asks if they carry Doraemon water heating pad and she replies no. After he leaves, the sales lady makes a snide comment about why such a grown man would be so choosey about the graphic design for the pads. Then the vid shows that he scoured the stores until he gets BOTH!! The drama only leaves the scene with MoMo being delighted seeing them and said that she herself didn’t even know these existed. 😍😍😍

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      He’s so dedicated! ♥ I’m waiting for my lunch break to watch this! Hahahaha

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      😭😭😭😭 the things Wei Yi do to make her happy! 😍😍

      Hueheheh I love how when the actual Doraemon was in sight, he completely blocked her vision! 😎 No, no, not even Doraemon can come in between him and Momo! 🙅‍♀️🙅‍♀️

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        This boy and his petty maneuvers to hoard MoMo’s attention, i.e. “I will grant you the ball pit, but not the chance to hug the object of your obsession”😂😂😂

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          🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️ The ball pit and interesting stuff that comes with it. Not the kind of picture I want to have in mind.

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    I will never ever tire of watching the way Wei Yi stares at Momo

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    I wish I could upvote this gazillion times LOL

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    WHAT. What!! What did you just say. He knew her before the bike accident. Details details please. Is it from the book??

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      I don’t think it is from the book (although I haven’t finished) but rather a nice touch from the drama production!

      You know, @mayhemf, this might be a drama I will be giddy to see an epilogue of them meeting as little kids! This drama has a way to turn tiring tropes into fresh funny ones!!

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        The video finally loaded on my phone. Just saw. How sweet. He noticed her in the campus and turned heads. I love love 💕 this.

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      May, I think it was you who mentioned that he wasn’t shy looking for these cute stuff anymore for Momo. A big change from that pad hunting in ep 1 epilogue. 😍

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    Awwwww she caught his eye even before they met 🥰🥰🥰🥰
    Wow, this vid actually helps make me understand that much more just HOW. UCH Gu Wei Yi actually likes Momo…. MY HEART ❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️😍🥰🥰🥰🥰😍😍😍

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    Squeeeeeee. I really like that they showed that they actually ran into each other before Fu Pei Introduced them! I mean yeah they’re on the same campus, they Must have had a few run ins one way or another; they were just nobodies to each other at that time. And love love love how seeing Momo at a glance made Wei Yi turned his head 😍 eeep!

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    So adorable!!!! Thank you for posting this 😍😍😍

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If you haven\’t yet melted into a pool of incoherent syrupy DoraMo puddle from binge watching the first 16, catch up on 17-20 this Friday and Saturday when subbed episodes will be released on YT to join us for the final 4 episodes (21-24) of Put Your Head on My Shoulder Rabbit group watch with live translation!

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Hopefully this wasn\’t filmed directly after the ball pit scene 😅

#PutYourArmInBetweenMyTeeth

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    The upper caption says something to the effect of
    “This is one Smell-O-Vision” 🤣🤣🤣

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    Wow scratching foot, now biting arm……. what’s next! I’m ready! 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️

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    The Ball Pit of Pee apparently.

    Learn something everyday.

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@manohira\’s lament about Chinese heartthrobs playing with babies of course reminds me of DiDi.


As you know, I find excuses to post Dylan wang gifs.😅

Ever Night: Season 2 does come soon enough!!

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    @jenmole, @giegie0384, @egads, @hades, @dokutokunaneko, @manohira, @coffeprince4eva, @isthatacorner, @delphy010, @outofthisworld, @sicarius, @hotcocoagirl, @jules, @ndlessjoie, @tazmania, @dogemama, @belladonna, @ejcrow24, @beesgiggle, @estee, @jaelegant, @zetteceniza, @bammsie, @ravennightstar, @anothernicole, @uyentruong, @obsessedmuch, @mayhemf, @natzillagorilla

    MG Beanies, have you watched “Ever Night”? I am slowly making my way through and really liking it. The romance for the OTP develops very slowly despite the 60 episodes so hopefully it won’t feel too jarring with the ML change.

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      I’ve been seeing little bts clips from Twitter. Dylan has been working really hard doing the action scenes. They recently wrapped up filming and it looks like he had a great time with the cast! I’m excited to see him as Ning Que’s for season 2.

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      I didn’t know DiDi is going to be in Season 2!

      I tried an episode of Season 1 but it didn’t really hooked it. I don’t have much patience so I need to get hooked fast if I got to sit through 60 eps! It is not just about being slow paced. The OTP in Ming Lan didn’t come together till many eps later but the show was still interesting from the start.

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        It does take quite a few episodes for Ever Night to get the plot moving mostly I think is because that there are so many characters in many different locales with an epic setting that I still find myself confused even at episode 10 (I am now on 20.)

        There are some really original aspects of story telling and the world building is quite successful. The choreography for the fight scenes is innovative, the sound track ambitious, and cinematography breathtaking. The OTP dynamic also feels original. It is not yet gripping for me, but I think it is mostly due my current obsession, @outofthisworld! 😭😭😭

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        I remember when I tried to start it and ep 1 wasn’t that interesting. A few months later, I tried it again and stuck with it. As Noona said, there’s a lot of characters they introduce in the beginning but don’t worry, you’ll figure them out later. To me it felt like the story finally begins at episode 6. I couldn’t really stop after that.

        Cinematography is great. The show spent the budget on location rather than on the costumes. The story is different. My mom actually watched it without much FF and said she enjoyed it too. You can’t really guess what’s going to happen next and that’s another reason why I liked it.

        Female lead, Shan Shan is feisty and I love the character. Can’t believe she’s 25 when she looks 15 there!

        Hope you get hooked soon!

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      ooo no i haven’t heard of it — but i would definitely check it out! thanks for this!

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      Haven’t watched the first one (that’s what @jenmole is for hehehe) but am planning to tune into the second season for DiDi… Cos… Well… It’s DiDi.

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    *does NOT come soon enough

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    Maybe a writer of chinese dramas is around and this will give them an idea for their next show.

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    You should watch the Cvariety show “Where Are We Going, Dad??” (yes, it’s based off of the original Korean one), but Season 5…. Deng Lun with 小山竹 (a.k.a. Little Mangosteen) is LIFE

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TRAVERSING THE MOUNTAIN AND CROSSING THE RIVER TO BE NEXT TO YOU


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Apparently Lin Yi himself is a giant electromagnet that attracts babies!

First this little baby girl on the escalator….
(you got the hand movment down, lil\’ gurl! 😂😂😂)

Then this little boy in the ball pit…..

Xing Fei had to escape from the fanbaby\’s intense electrifying charge 🤣🤣🤣

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    😄😄 Her face tho. She’s totally cringing…… jelly?

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    Eugh, I’m dead. I love cute guys, babies and toddlers, pffttt… Thank god there’s no kitties involved in this picture…
    What is this with Chinese heart-throbs playing with babies and toddlers. First, it was Didi and now this guy?? And why they’re so good at it?

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      But he likes kittens too! (See interview above this.) There may some kitten interaction in his future, and you may be rendered post-post-mortem?

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    THIS IS SO PRECIOUS

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    that little girl is daaangerous! “Get your man!”
    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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We see this noodle dish throughout Put Your Head on My Shoulder and it now evolves wonderfully together with the development of our DoraMo Couple\’s relationship.

MoMo loves her \”Luosifen\” which directly translates as \”snail thread noodles.\” It is notoriously known for giving off a foul smell mostly due to the fermented bamboo and fermented green beans in the soup.

The broth is made of approximately equal portion of pork leg bones and river snails that is reduced for hours.

In addition to the fermented bamboo and green beans, the broth is made with aromatics like cardamom, fennel seed, dried orange peel, cloves, white pepper, bay leaf, licorice root, and star anise, as well as the usual flavor enhancement of garlic, ginger, scallion, and chilli.

When the broth is ready, one could add all the fixin\’s such as fried tofu, peanuts, shredded wooden ear mushrooms, braised quail egg, chicken feet or wings and assorted leafy vegetable.

So Beanies, if you cannot travel to Liuzho (500 KM northwest of Guanzhou) where Luosifan is known for, you may want to try the instant noodle packs where you may be able to find in your local Asian grocers!

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    For more information on Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luosifen

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    Interesting. While I rub their byproduct on my face I do not think I could ever bring myself to eat them.
    The bowl of soup looks really pretty.

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      So yes on the face but not in the tummy. Got it, @bcampbell1662! 🤣 🤣🤣
      According to one site I read the snail muscles after hours of boiling actually dissolve into the broth so it is actually not usually seen when eating. Could the snail shells shown in the photo really just served as garnish or perhaps for people who request to have some snail meat in the noodle soup? 🤔

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      It took me a while to get it.. ha ha.. yes, I too have a snail mucin essence which has done wonders for my skin!
      and I tried escargots for the first and last time in France way back in 2001!!

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    Thank you, kimbap! 😊 This is so informative.

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    Thanks kimbap for the info! That’s a whole lot of ingredients in it! I could totally imagine why it would have a strong distaste scent. Also, it has chili in it, so yikes I guess it must be really hot that Wei Yi would repulse not only the smell but also the taste of it. LOL

    As for me, imma stick to quick and easy instant noodles 😏

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    I need to find somewhere to try this. Thx for the info noona!

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💖💖💖 Hearts exploding all over, y\’all!!💖💖💖
💖💖💖 and Wei Yi in GLASSES!!! 💖💖💖

Today, Sunday, 5/5/19
BRIEF RECAP of 17 & 18 at 11:40 AM U.S. EST for those Beanies who missed the watch yesterday, followed by
Episode 19 & 20: Sunday, 12 PM U.S. EST

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This baby girl knows what is up (and who is hot.)

Join the Head and Shoulders party and check out all the stolen glances and awakened feelings!

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In episode 14 of Put Your Head on My Shoulder, MoMo takes a scientific approach to evaluate all the qualitative data regarding the potential of Dora as a boyfriend which triggers fast and furious (and hilarious) mental arithmetics in Dora to assess the probability of realizing his dream:

Row 1 \”Pretty Good +5 pts\”: 1. Pays up when playing mahjong 2. Diligent attitude toward work
Row 2 \”Feeling Touched +10 pts\”: 1. Hugs the kitty 2. Stocks supplies before ab power outage
Row 3 What the Heck is He Doing? -5 pts\”: 1. Deeply in love with his vacuum 2. Makes me plumb the drain
Row 4 \”Mental Handicap -10 pts\”: 1. Doesn\’t remember the kiss 2. Doesn\’t take me when going out to eat with others 3. Doesn\’t let me eat snail noodles at home
Row 5 \”Enrages me -100 pts\”: (nothing written yaaayy!)
Row 6 \”Get the heck out -1000 pts\”: (also nothing written double yaaayyyy!!)

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    Thank you very much, Kimbap!!!🤗🤗 I was watching this last night and died again. It was really a bummer that I couldn’t laugh at the list even tho I knew what it was cuz I couldn’t read it, so I’m glad to read this again!!!

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      I need to go watch it again too. Whats even better is that, Dora is not one bit dazed by this list, but goes straight to calculation mode.. am laughing so hard just thinking about his mental calculations..

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        Yes yes yes!!! He didn’t even waste one minute to feel salty but instead immediately engages in activation mode to address the “situation”!! 🤣🤣🤣

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        Quickly assessing the damages and calculating how much he has to work hard to recover! Huehehhehe You gotta love a man with a goal and knows his priorities!

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    Thank you so much!! this is just brilliant.. its so MoMo!
    I love that she kept it simple where the full score is 100, but she hasn’t given much thought into how a person can accumulate points with such small +5 and + 10.. we need some +50’s!

    To see that she found his ’emergency preparedness’ touching is quite something..

    ‘What the heck is He doing’ – DEEPLY in love with vacuum.. I have to agree to this.

    There is even a -1000 points.. LOL.. gotta love this girl.

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      I love the fact that even MoMo looked and acted pretty pissed about him not remembering the kiss, it is only minus 10 points and she credited to be a brief moment of mental incapacity 😆 and it is NOT something hat enraged her!

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        Huehehhee She definitely did not hate the kiss! This actually goes back to her personality, really. She bends when she likes you, and when she’s had enough, she can tell you straight up no as well. When Fu Pei harassed herattempted to kiss her, she immediately pushed him away. It was the same when Wei Yi wanted to kiss her the second time, she pushed him back cuz she didn’t like it. The fact that the first kiss happened and that she closed her eyes in process meant she didn’t mind his kiss! And she was totally not being sucked in the moment. Eeppps! Too bad he was so drunk when he did that. No wonder she was pissed, she was the only one going crazy about it….

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    Thanks for posting this! I had sort of figured out what was going on while watching but this makes it so much better/funnier!

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    😂😂 I’ve been wondering what it was on that paper that got him calculating points!

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    Bahahaha, this is hysterical! Thank you so much, Kimbap.

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    Hahahaha Thanks for the trans. This drama is giving me way too much sugar. I was smiling from ear to ear and was all giddy like a girl seeing her crush as I watch each episode. Man, I love how WeiYi, romantically inept as he is, is all about action. He wastes no time. Hehe! Our girl Momo is precious. She wants 100 full points but breaks down the point system to 5-10! Hahaha The guy has gotta to do tons to get to 100 but of course that’s besides Momo’s point of scientifically assessing WeiYi. Hahaha! I love them!

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This is the pen-ultimate week of Put Your Head on My Shoulder group watch and the plot thickens………….

We will not only have HEAD on those broad SHOULDERS and possibly also KNEES and TOES close to MOUTH and NOSE!!

So Beanies, let\’s
March, march, march. Get your body charge
for the rabbit group watch this weekend!!
Episode 17 & 18: Saturday, 12 PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time
Episode 19 & 20: Sunday, 12 PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time

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HEAD AND SHOULDERS group watch had MoMo like:

HEAD AND SHOULDERS group watch had Doraemon like:

Check out how Put Your Head on My Shoulder E15 & 16 might personally affect you TONIGHT, Tuesday, 4/30/19 at 9 PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time.

Head and Shoulders Club headquarter is located at: https://www.rabb.it/s/2hx6vc

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