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Tsundere : Leo, Gemini
Yandere : Scorpio, Taurus
Kuudere : Virgo
Dandere : Capricorn
Deredere : Cancer, Pisces
Kamidere : Aries, Sagittarius
Himedere : Libra, Aquarius
Tsundere: the one that’s mean and harsh up front but soft and sweet on the inside.
Dandere: the shy one that almost seems emotionless until you get them to open up to you.
Kamidere: the one who acts like they’re god but has some sort of dere side to them.
Himedere: same as Kamidere but only they act like a princess/prince.
Yandere: the psychotic one that says “THEY’RE MINE” if you get too close to “their” things. They come in two flavors: possessive and obsessive.
Kuudere: Like tsundere, but stoic and much MUCH colder.
Deredere: The one who’s loving and caring all the way.
Basically just got more drugs and advice, but until it’s lasted for more than three or four days there’s nothing they can do.
THREE OR FOUR DAYS?!
Do you have any idea how hard it is to TYPE with this tremor right now? (BTW she also told me to REST MY HAND.)
I’m a screenwriting graduate student! WITH 45 pages due Sunday night!
Back to not typing.
Specifically my index finger. This is making all that writing I have to get done for school very, very difficult.
My mobility is getting better, though my back still hurts like a bitch.
I hurt my back cleaning out my closet today and it HURTS. SO. MUCH.
I iced it and took some ibuprofen but it still huuuuurts. Think I might go to sleep super early despite not getting any of the work done I had planned on today.
Still one of my favorite kmovies of all time, and not just because it’s super sexy.
There are these two parallel scenes between Kim Ah Joong with her boyfriend and earlier with Ji Sung, where she asks them to stop—Ji Sung stops once he hears what she’s saying, but her boyfriend doesn’t and she ends up having to physically shove him off her. It was such a subtle thing, to parallel these two moments. I’m not used to films dealing with consent in such a normal, clear way—I’m surprised every time I see it.
"Show Me Your Panty" also gets stuck in my head ALL THE FUCKING TIME. It’s so catchy, and Ji Sung’s voice is made for gruff rock.
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