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Koyote “Hollywood”

 

I’m not really sure how I feel about this video. I like the song and find it fun and enjoyable. The video, though, is so…bizarre, but not in a delighting bizarre. It attempts to be silly, but seems like people that are really forcing themselves to be silly, rather than something that’s genuinely people being silly. Do you know what I mean? It feels a bit like they were told their role for the video, and they were like “aww really?! Ok, fine. I’ll do it” and just try to get the job done. Though I do appreciate ridiculousness in videos, something about this video’s a bit disheartening, for some reason. I’ll just listen to the song on my own and disco around the house :D

HarryBigButton “Control”

 

Ah yes, Harry Big Button. I think of you whenever I hear someone complain about Korea not having any rock music and I send them right on over. I haven’t had the pleasure of seeing this band live yet, but our friend Ryan saw them and said they totally rocked. GET IT!? THEY ROCKED!! It’s a rock group and they–nevermind. Now this is their newest single off their soon to be new album, but I almost picked a different song by them which has a very special video. I didn’t choose that video because first, I wanted to support their newest single, and second, that special video made me bawl my eyes out. I don’t know why, but it was just really moving and I’ll have to introduce it to you all when I get my feels in check. Fun fact, did you know Simon can’t watch the music video for “Ageless Beauty” by the Stars without crying? He doesn’t understand why, but something about it makes him cry. Well this video did it for me. IDON’TWANNTALKABOUTITBAWWWLLL!

Gaeko “Rhythm is Life”

 

Ok, so I already mentioned in the video how cool this song and video are, and I hope you agree. However, I’m more interested, at the moment in talking about community here on the site. We’ve put in all of our R&D towards the KpopCharts and now the Store, and the next thing we want to work on is making a better community platform for you Nasties here. The Epik Nasties constantly remind us of this. Check out the Epik High “Up” thread if you can, though you probably can’t, because there are something like 9000 comments on that thread and our commenting system can’t handle numbers that big. So Epik Nasties go from thread to thread and take it over until it explodes, like a big loving Nasty Virus.

Point is, we need something else here at EYK so people can communicate with each other better. Forums? We’ve been thinking about forums, but they seem so risky. Do people still use forums? Hold on: let me put in a quick poll to see if you do:

My problem with forums is that most of them become angry shitholes. At least, most of the ones that I know and have seen, especially when Kpop is involved. So I’m trying to think of if there’s another option instead. If you’ve got any input, we’d love to hear it. Just know that we do see how much you communicate with each other, and we’d love to give you a better experience here that doesn’t hinder that :D

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  1. Karen Poulin

    Well, I thought this week would be bust for me to be honest. I don’t really like Koyote. I know they’re (if I’m thinking about the right one) a group from the 90’s, that happened to survive besides Shinhwa, and technically 1TYM. I don’t really like Korean rock. I’ve liked a few artists here and there, but nothing like my love for J-Pop. Then, you brought in the hip-hop, and I’m like, “Aw, YEAH, Zion T!” I loved it! I was bobbing my head and everything! Love it!

  2. Celia Rose

    I’m so happy to see “느낌 So Good” in this playlist update!! This song has been my jam since the MV dropped. <3 I don't know if you've heard it yet, but Ugly Duck, Zico, and Crush made a remix of this song called "느낌 So Young" in April. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppB0lnfg8P0 Seriously awesome~

  3. @BamItsKikaa

    what if we try forums out for like a week or something and if it gets too bad then we’ll call it quits, but if its an overall good experience then we can keep it?

  4. As an Epik Nasty that keeps losing everyone every time the thread blows up, I’d love forums. If you are going to add a forum, I highly recommend vBulletin. Although I know it is esspensive in the purchasing. But it comes with so much already, and huge communities for modding the forum. Also themes on it are always awesome when I make them, lol.

    You will however need some rules that make it completely clear what kind of behaviour you will and won’t accept from the outset. I know moderating a Kpop forum can be an utter nightmare because trolls are always coming back and whining about how you banned their ass for trolling when it is blatantly f**king obvious they were trolling and flame baiting, but so long as the rules are there and clear – and you keep the forum to a manageable amount of sections – it shouldn’t get out of hand.

  5. ZIAHCO productions

    idk if ones has already said it, but Future Liger was a collab project between yoo jaesuk, tiger jk, and tasha. their song was “Let’s Dance.” Gaeko was referencing it.

    • NANAandLIZZYfanatic

      lol I actually said it within my request video but since they mentioned my request a couple months ago I’m guessing they didn’t rewatch it and forgot.

  6. infinite

    i think that people like Gaeko are geniuses!try to remember every thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?!!!

  7. Thanks for introducing me to this awsome band HarryBigButton, they’re great! Have you heard of a band named Gloomy 30s (글루미 써티스)? Besides Chuno OST and The Accidental Couplel OST, I can’t find anything else about them. And, althoug I know the hangul alphabet, and how to read it, I’ve know idea of the meaning of the words (yeah, huge fauxpass, i’m working on it), so i can’t search in korean. I like both songs and would like to hear more from them. And since i’m in Brazil, you are the only relliable source i can turn to (ego stroking for attention purpose

  8. Starsania
    Starsania

    I personally like the idea of a forum because I do tend to get lost and not be able to follow a conversation going on on my own comments. Maybe I just have trouble figuring this out but I usually have to scroll all the way back down to where I was to see the reply.

    A forum would just organize the discussions people have online here.

    I loved the forum community I belonged to when Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles were still ongoing in releasing chapters. I was able to encounter many wonderful people and I was very sad when that forum began to die out when the series finished.

    I belong to a forum now that helps to organize a minecraft server and while there are some trolls on there they are fairly easy to maintain and it helps manage the players both in the game and outside of it. There have been incidents where a player has gotten out of hand on the forum and we’ve had to ban the player from using the forum itself. These cases have been few and far between and many players collaborate ideas to make playing the server more fun with contests with each other and such.

    (edit – added) I also follow a forum about microstock photography/illustration now. It is filled with people mostly older than myself and they do have a tendency to be a hot headed bunch of people but it is also a place where one can find a lot of advice and information. There they have been known to be quite vicious towards each other but photography is a medium where professional egos can get in the way of conversation at hand. Also since the market for microstock seems to be on a downward trend their conversations tend to pick up that downward kind of mood.

    I suppose what I am trying to say is it really depends on the contributing members to set the tone for a forum and how management reacts and handles conversations that really matter. It seems to be a lot of work. (end- edit)

    Granted there will be people who don’t understand forum etiquette since they have never been in one or are just ignorant of them. You will need to have quite a few moderators to keep discussions under some kind of control. I do hear k-pop fans get a bit crazy. I would love an area to talk about all things Korea and not just k-pop.

    (Just think of all the fan-art people would be able to share with you in one organized area too! )

    Chatboxes are an interesting option. I don’t normally participate in them unless it is part of a game itself because it is difficult to track the number of conversations at once and it is easy to miss out on information. Also there tend to be a number of trolls and pervs which unless there is a moderator online at the time get pretty well.. nasty. On the other hand it would also be a neat thing to chat with fellow EYK Nasties in real time.

    Whatever you decide to do I am happy you are thinking about us and how we interact with each other! <3

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    Super awesome Indie picks this week. I even liked Gaeko and I'm not the hugest fan of rap ever. =D

    • NANAandLIZZYfanatic

      If you actually use disqus.com then it’s incredibly simple to follow conversations. You can see everything said by ppl you follow, everything you’ve said, and every reply made to one of your comments. (Much easier than it would be on a forum or chatbox imo.)
      How would a forum eliminate scrolling? The forums I’ve used you can’t even tell if somebody has replied to you unless you read all the past comments.

      • Starsania
        Starsania

        I did not know you could use the Disqus site to track things. In fact I didn’t realize it was a website I assumed it was just a universal blog commenter profile thing. So thanks for that. =D

        A forum would not eliminate scrolling entirely but it would cut it down if you were one of the older comments and didn’t know about the disqus site =P

        The forums I’ve used keep track of the threads I’ve posted in and has symbols in front of the title to let you know if there are new posts. Also if someone were to direct reply it would send you a message.

        I suppose now the only upside to a forum would be the fans becoming able to make new topics and an easy place for other fans to find them.

        • NANAandLIZZYfanatic

          Yup no problem, I’m pretty sure there are lots of ppl who haven’t really used the site.
          I actually comment on EYK straight from the disqus site more often than I actually go to EYK and comment.

  9. Looks like you don’t have a choice if a group of posters are highjacking threads. Maybe try the chat box first though. Forums are a huge responsibility/burden.

    • NANAandLIZZYfanatic

      We only highjack dead threads that aren’t eligible anymore.

      Idk why everyone keeps mentioning a chat box. Those would be INCREDIBLY easy for trolls to sign up for, it’s just going to be chaotic with too many ppl, and it’s not like you can have conversations with people that aren’t online at the same time.
      Most of the conversations in the highjacked threads are between multiple people from multiple different countries. So most of the time it’s a few hours between replies.

      • I don’t like chat boxes myself. Never use ‘em.

        Having been a forum owner, I sympathize with how much of a burden it is, for something you’re doing for other people’s benefit and not your own. At the same time, handing the responsibility of moderating to other people has its own issues because the mods represent you.

  10. NANAandLIZZYfanatic

    Oh and since I avoided the big question,
    the Epik Nasties had this debate once before because fuuko brought up the idea of forums. Most of us decided we were best off just doing the same old same old.

    BUT I think if you actually did make forums we’d probably transfer over there. It would just involve a lot more your modding, we’d have to make new accounts for it, and… idr what else was brought up, this was a few months ago lol.

  11. Javii_mii

    I’d say some kind of limited forum-like thing would be a good idea. This blog is not only about k-pop but as well about Korean culture. So I’d like a forum at least for the latter. Maybe with a section for Nastys who’re going to korea to be able to meet up, to exchange information and whatnot, or some kind of local groups. I mean; the one or another way we’re more or less alike and imagine there are other Nasties in your area. – And then I’d say that something someone said before is quite a good idea; to open a discussion topic regarding k-pop in particular from the MOD-side once per week would be a good idea too.

  12. Dasha Martinez

    Well, instead of Forums, I would suggest posting Open Thread posts instead, except they can have designated topics. Instead of making videos, you can post a song of the week per every (what I would assume to be) weekly Open Thread. This way MODS can manage commentary and behavior easier, and everyone avoids the forums, which tend to get ugly pretty quickly.

  13. Leann Reemer

    I would love a place to communicate with other nasties! I do like the idea of a chat room set up more than a forum. Of course that will also need moderation. I can volunteer my services for like one day a week, hehe.

  14. maybe forum is not such a good idea now that i think about it. people will expect you to write more and complain all the time.

  15. Personally, I like forums, but business-wise, it’s a job and half with limited revenue potential.

  16. Gracie グレイス

    Oooh Hollywood is so, well, random! I like it (like it, like it…)!

  17. Cara Cohen

    I love Gaeko and Rhythem is life is awesome! Zico, Ugly Duck, Crush did an awesome cover of it….i may like the cover better.

  18. Lynnette Bates

    I used to do the forum thing back when I was a tween, but haven’t been one to frequent forums in like… a decade. The truth is, forums DO always become really crazy, with lots of trolls. No amount of moderation in the world can kill forum trolls. Especially once people start discussing Kpop. If you think there’s backlash whenever Simon and Martina critique popular groups’ music videos on YouTube, imagine how absurd it will get if you throw an EYK forum into the mix. YouTube trolls will become Forum trolls, and the inherently smaller community on the forum will become overwhelmed. I think, unfortunately, a forum would give trolls a bigger platform, and the Nasties would get a bit drowned. I don’t think I can condone creating something that will, inevitably (thanks internet!), bring out the worst in people.

    I think the blog has a really great community core. And yes, posting is kind of limited to whatever is in the blog post, but I still think it’s great. All of the people who come to the blog — instead of just watching videos on YouTube — care enough to share their thoughts and opinions, and are usually, admirably, respectful about it. Forums are a whole different beast.
    I know a lot of people are like, “Yeah! Forum! We can better address FAQs and stuff!” My response to that is “No one read the FAQ on this website before… Thus the TL;DR segment was born.” I just don’t think that people who actually ask FAQs will be any more inclined to look the information up on a forum than they would be to look it up on this blog, so it’s kind of a moot point.
    That being said, I’d love to see some kind of greater community on this forum. I think it would be awesome to let people share where they’re from and things like that. It would be a great tool to connect Nasties all around the world. Being able to sign in on EYK and make an EYK profile with EYK relevant info would be sweet. Then you guys would also be able to search for Nasties in different parts of the world and better engage with your fanbase when you travel. Just some really vague ideas there with no real concrete plan… Sorry about that.
    But whatever you decide, I will dive in head first and keep supporting the EYK universe… Even if that means registering in a forum, haha!

  19. If it ain’t broken… Forums tend to become fighting arenas, especially with passionate subjects as kpop, but if you guys decide on a forum, i’ll be there :)

  20. Tuwa Liking

    I LOVE just Love HarryBigButton! — I just thought of requesting them for the next Korean Indie Playlist… Control is perfect for going to University early in the morning!

  21. More Mods for the forum. h8ers not allowed to comment? IDK.

  22. Kika Penne

    Has someone also heard the cover of Gaeko’s ‘Life is rhythm’ by Zico, Crush & Ugly Duck? The rapping is of course different (would kind of suck if it wasn’t) but the chorus isn’t. The chorus is sung by Crush and I actually like their version better although I’m also a big fan of Gaeko. :)

    If someone wants to hear it here’s the mv: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppB0lnfg8P0

  23. Finally Gaeko!! If you liked Gaeko then you must check out his other half Choiza in “Going Down.” The song is practically the polar opposite of Gaeko’s but it’s sooooooooooo good!!! They’re a part of the same company (a Pop company really, but I get why you call them Indie) that Zion.T, Primary, and formerly Supreme Team (disbanded recently if you missed it)

    Anyways, here’s the song, with English Subs so you can appreciate the lyrical geniusness that is Choiza:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzVwyTdVfvU

  24. I watched meet me as well http://youtu.be/4ZRViyOuXQA (the other song from the requester), whoa, its crazy. when she hits him had he spits noodles everywhere….I almost threw up.

    • NANAandLIZZYfanatic

      lol It cracks me up!

      It’s hilarious, disgusting, and depressing all at the same time! (I probably said that in my vid, but I’m not rewatching that crap just to check again lol.)

  25. Emilie

    If a forum just doesn’t play out, how about a chat box?

  26. Holy moly I really dug “Rhythm is Life”, which I did not expect. Definitely my favourite song of this week’s playlist.

  27. Cyber_3

    I liked “Hollywood” and the video was a quirky but awkward explosion of 70s and 80s fashion and dance but definitely the song is way better on it’s own to dance to, the video is just distracting. Dancing! I liked “Control” but I don’t listen to much rock any more, it does not suit my current purposes. I kind of liked “Rhythm is Life” but I would have to listen to it again since I was so distracted in trying to catch a glimpse of faces of the artists in the video. I like hip hop but this is maybe a little too hard core for dancing?

    I noticed the tatoos right away – so awesome!. Also, my young son was overjoyed that Simon was wearing the same spikey wristbands that he just got on Friday (makes him feel so cool!). Obviously this was filmed after the livechat but was it before or after the WANK/FAPFAP? When did you find time?

    As for the forums……..it’s a hard choice. You need moderators and quite a few of them, on call/read all the time to keep them even close to under control. If you don’t have forums, what alternatives are there? The problem is that there is too much to discuss on this site and nowhere to do it. The topics are so limited and so few compared to the demand. The only thing I can think of is having “live” discussions maybe once a day. You pick a topic, and limit the number of participants (or break it up into “rooms”) and it goes for about an hour. I’ve seen this done on etsy (for sellers) and it can work well while still limiting the amount of work for mods but given the number of Nasties it might easily get monopolized or turn into like the twitter stream during Simon and Martina livechats – i.e. almost unreadable due to spam. But……if it were me, I would pick this method as the least amount of work/oversight. Forums can be huge and still work but the mods have to be ever-present. I would have totally picked traditional forums about 2 months ago, but since then I’ve seen a large increase in trolls and extreme rude and Un-Nasty-like-behaviour (and banninating since a lot of these posters seem to have brand new accounts for each post) on the blog threads and more topics only invites more of this sometimes. Perhaps if you go the traditional route of forums you could let the mods initiate the topics (and not let members make new ones) when they see discussions brewing (or have a button to vote on whether to start a new thread at a comment) so that there is more room for discussion than just in each video thread – keep a separate sub-thread area for these spinoff? It would be a nice half-step to get your feet wet too and see how it goes. Makes it less of a free-for-all on topics and keeps a bit of harsh on the trolls.

  28. TurnUptheAC

    I’m kinda torn on the forums idea…I think it would be nice for people to have a place to communicate their other interests but it would be a shame if it turned into another place for haters to ruin everyone’s and your (S&M) fun. I’m wondering if there was a weekly guided discussion (no videos necessary), where you suggest a topic such as “K Drama Tropes,” “Favorite Korean Fusion Recipe,” or “How do artists in Korea walk the line between Indie and Kpop?”….and let it go from there similar to how the video comments section are. This will make it easier for MODS to moderate since forums can be so expansive, and it will invite other discussions outside of Kpop.

    Otherwise, this one is toughy…I’m not sure what a good alternative to forums would be, and there is many positive aspects to a forum. We Nasties appreciate already how much work you have put into this site, I really couldn’t ask for more.

    • Lillie Lane

      Giving a topic is a really good idea!

    • I havent used that many forums but I agree that a few rules that are enforced would help. I think the mods on this site do a fab job and seem to be across lots of comment threads so it could work! :D I also think the rule about staying on topic would limit fan wars etc so I agree that topics set by S&M would help.

      • TurnUptheAC

        I have no idea how forums work, they just seem so large that it is impossible to scan every thread, and the Nasty Mods do impressively manage all the comment threads as you said…so I guess my assertion it would be to difficult to manage was quite silly.

        Now thinking more on it, TLDR’s already invites a guided discussion, so perhaps this wasn’t relevant idea either….(digs toes in sand)….maybe this inspired a better idea from someone else…hopefully….

        Whatever S&M decide I’m sure will be great and as always, I look forward to continuing evolution of EYK….

  29. kpopfan123

    Oh… guise… uhm… could you become CEO’s and foster new or/and unapreciated K-artists talents? like “Block B”… or… “VV:D” or… I don’t know… my heart breaks seeing their talent wander… I’m sorry … I’m asking too much ;_;

  30. Can we have a forum kind of thing for each country/state? The UK Nasties, The Polish Nasties, etc.
    I think I’ll be able to get a big lecture theatre in my University for the UK EYK visit, but don’t know how to communicate with fellow nasties to see if they are okay with the location(i.e. about 40 mins by train from London Waterloo)

  31. Awesome playlist! As for the Koyote MV, I’m pretty sure JongMin(one of the members, the one in the Batman costume) came with the idea and was like “you have no way out! mwahaha!”. He’s famous for being a permanent member on 1N2D and just a funny guy in general. I bet he enjoyed seeing is groupmates so awkward haha

  32. Allison Merkel
    Allison Merkel

    I think I would really like an EYK Forum as long as it had enough dedicated Moderators. It could be cool having conversations with other Nasties and introducing each other to more music, K-dramas and stuff. All of us pretty much have similar likes so it would be easier to talk to new people here rather than on Facebook or Tumblr.

  33. Jane Patterson

    I don’t know if this would work, but on the other kpop/kculture place I hang out, omonatheydidn’t, there is a weekly post just for people to chat with each other in the comments or post a lot of pictures of their favorite groups? Of course, I don’t know if disqus can handle that level of commenting…

  34. Isabela Dantas

    I like the forum idea. Personally, I’ve never seen bad situations on forums, but I actually have very good stories and memories. In Brazil, I was part of a forum for an artist called Mika, and I made incredibly awesome friends through that forum. We know each other for more than 5 years and sometimes people visit each other, even if they live in different states. It would be cool to make new friends here :3

  35. kpopfan123

    Hey guise! :)

    “The video, though, is so…bizarre, but not in a delighting bizarre. It attempts to be silly, but seems like people that are really forcing themselves to be silly, rather than something that’s genuinely people being silly. Do you know what I mean?” – Yes. Not everybody is born with it. I hate it when some people try to be cool and look ridiculous when they can be themselves and be even cooler.

    First song… wasn’t that impressed by it… I guess I’m kind of picky when it comes to music.

    Second – HarryBigButton “Control” – the instruments blend amazingly well together…just that the lyrics – . -‘ …let’s say the person who wrote them could’ve done a better job ^^’ I put A LOT on emphasis on the lyrics. The lyrics is what gives the song a certain place in my heart…

    “Fun fact, did you know Simon can’t watch the music video for “Ageless Beauty” by the Stars without crying? He doesn’t understand why, but something about it makes him cry.” – this song just became special :> *puts to favorites*

    Gaeko “Rhythm is Life” – before I heard it… I actually heard a remix cover of it… don’t know if you guise heard it but after I heard the remix … I just couldn’t like this* one… check out the remix cover here >> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppB0lnfg8P0

    “Point is, we need something else here at EYK so people can communicate with each other better. Forums? We’ve been thinking about forums, but they seem so risky. Do people still use forums? Hold on: let me put in a quick poll to see if you do:”

    Speaking of forums in general on mangafox there’s a forum (I guess it’s a forum) for each manga …. but for different ideas… like someone starts an idea(for a certain manga) and the others disscuss further on that thread if they like the subject/point of view… I’m sorry if I sound like a noob. I have no idea what forums should be like apart from those on mangafox ^^’ … in any case… it would nice to have such disscussion idea threads… it’s more organised… but here (on the EYK website) I don’t think it would be possible to hold anything … as it is the website lags a lot and if the website would be a bit more “crowded” …. won’t it shut itself down.? …

    I feel like twitter has a lot more “privacy” not anyone can see what you’re commenting… and you can feel a lot safer about what you say…

    …but I agree with you guise… things could get ugly… 힘!!

    ♥♥♥♥♥♥

  36. Kelly Madison

    Ligers really do exist. (bad attempt at M&M Christmas commercial humor…lol?…
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIp4E5qmGnQ

    Loved HarryBigButton! It amazes me how awesome most Korean groups are live, it’s almost seems like a pre-req for becoming an actual ‘music arteest’ versus ‘music artist'( someone who sings and dances and is the popular one in drama/music class that starts a band because everyone says to,) hhhmmmmm, not sure how much sense that actually makes to anyone outside my brain….

    Anywhoozle, I think almost everyone has the same feelings about forums. Without good trusted Mods, they get ugly fast. The last one I helped with ended up adding a chat room to keep all the back & forth ‘talking’ to a minimum in the threads (unless that was the point of the thread) so new people and questions didn’t get lost in the flurry of responses and sucked into the black hole of ideas,dreams,left socks, and embarrassing items.

    Later Y’all

    • Kelly Madison

      By the way, I don’t know if M&M blasts the same commercials everywhere they are sold, or if everyone here has ever seen the commercial, so here is my reference for the probably eye rolling head shaking response to my attempt at witty humor. /:~} http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Knidq8QClHw

    • Cyber_3

      Ooh! IRC, (is it still IRC?), what a good idea. Gives the heavy users a place to chat without clogging the threads. However, sometimes, it gets totally taken over by elitist regulars who make it unwelcome for newbies. Chat rooms also don’t have to be sooooooo moderated or at least not so live. People generally understand that what’s said there is no reflection on the site.

      • Kelly Madison

        Not sure if its IRC still or not, its been a few years. We still had Mods for it, but the rules were more relaxed,plus its easier to detect sarcasm in a convo rather than just 1 forum post. Mods only booted spammers who wouldn’t stop, things got real ugly between people at a personal level, or it became too graphic/vulger a discussion (it was a horror forum, it got gruesome at times, but the owner wanted it to keep it from being 18+ so mods had to step in if needed.) It worked great, even had independent groups scheduling times to meet. (Like Vampires Anonymous, Psychological Thrillers, Movies, Masks & F/X makeup) We set up a calender for requested meet-ups then scheduled “Open Sessions ” in between. Each group managed their own Membership Thread and for the most part us Mods let them be, once in a blue moon a troll would join,but the groups usually weeded them out and we just did the actual banning.

    • NANAandLIZZYfanatic

      Bred for their skills in magic?

      • Kelly Madison

        ummmmmm…….maybe. They’d have to get extra points for being 50/50 of such great animals. Who wants a plain old lion or tiger anyway,…unless its one the gorgeous albino ones. I just grabbed the 1st vid explaining what they are. There was an actual debate if they existed or not at a party I went to…but that always happens when drunk/drinking Navy Nukes debate with the very drunk Busch Gardens musical theater people. LoL

        ;~}

  37. Daryl Stephenson

    That 2 thumbs up was terrifying, your thumbs are insane. Is that for the same reason your elbows are nuts too?

  38. NANAandLIZZYfanatic

    Thanks for choosing my request!
    I submitted it a few times but it hadn’t been done, so if it wasn’t chosen this week I was going to delete it because I figured that meant you guys didn’t want me doing multiple requests.

    I discovered this later but Zico did an incredibly crappy cover of this song with a few other artists. Pretty sure raps are different but the beat is the same and so is the chorus (but it’s like crappily autotuned).

    Glad you guys liked it!

  39. ChessPower

    But when you did the Kpop Charts Update, it was the only chance for us, the fans, to hear your opnion about new k-pop songs that most of them wont be in the KMM… :<

    • Emilie

      Oh I agree with you. I was very satisfied when they talked about VIXX’s Hyde in the Updates even though they didn’t get a KMM.

      Also, most of the time when new MVs come out that I am only half interested in watching I am like, “Ehh, I’ll just wait until it’s in the Kpop Chart Updates and watch it in PLAYLIST MOOOODE!”

      Plus, how are the fans going to see the lovely fan art wall anymore? :(

    • kpopfan123

      I know… but Simon and Martina always care about our interests and I’m sure they’ll figure out a way to talk about new k-pop songs… they said they have a lot of ideas and they did say they’re changing things a bit. Let’s patiently wait for now. :)

    • Jane Patterson

      My favorite part of the charts update was when you called out groups that would probably never come close to the top 3, but are interesting, like Crayon Pop, and GLAM and Wonder Boyz.

      (Also, this is an off-topic technicality, but KOYOTE is an idol group, albeit not from one of the big 3 labels, one of the oldest surviving co-ed groups since they debuted in 1998, and they won the Artist of the Year Daesang in 2005. I’m glad to see them here, though, because this song cracks me up.)

      • ChessPower

        Ikr.. One of my top 5 girl groups is Crayon Pop. I was fan of them from their debut.. and I never knew that Martina like them too, nor what she think about them.

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