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Faux Leather Lace Window Leggings
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Faux Leather Lace Window Leggings

$13.75

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Joon and Yonghwa quarreling and amused Khun

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brokenquill:

The second worst burn that Two Face has ever felt.

brokenquill:

The second worst burn that Two Face has ever felt.

yvzmin:

"life is a gift!"

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umbreeons:

my vagina is tingling…this can only mean one thing…

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polmos:

Salvador Dali Taking His Anteater for a Walk, Paris 1969

Salvador Dali Not Giving A Single Fuck, Paris 1969

vardaesque:

polmos:

Salvador Dali Taking His Anteater for a Walk, Paris 1969

Salvador Dali Not Giving A Single Fuck, Paris 1969

fyeahseungri:

SEUNGRI’s sly & cute character unveiled on “Angel Eyes,” viewers completely charmed
SEUNGRI’s acting stands out through “Texan + Chungcheong Dialect” BIGBANG’s SEUNGRI completely charmed the viewers when he appeared as a sly and cute character on the 3rd episode of SBS’s weekend special drama “Angel Eyes” (Script by Yoon Ji Ryun, Directed by Park Shin Woo).
The episode aired on April 12 (Sat) featured his character Teddy Seo, a young Korean-American who returns to Korea to fulfill the wish of becoming a rescue worker. His Chungcheong dialect mixed with a Texan accent indeed magnified his presence in the episode.
Teddy Seo appears when he is allocated to Seyoung Fire Department, saying hello to his new colleagues in a dialect. When the others ask him where he got the dialect, SEUNGRI, who plays Teddy, explains that he grew up in Texas. His lines make the viewers laugh as he mixes English and Chungcheong dialect when he speaks.
Yoon Soo Wan (played by KU HYE SUN), who now has to look after Teddy under the chief’s command, complains that “he is not helping—rather it’s like cleaning up excrements!”
To this, Teddy innocently asks, “What does that mean? Do rescue workers have to clean up excrements?” SEUNGRI, who is trying the transformation of becoming an actor from a singer, is receiving positive reviews for naturally acting out the quirky yet sly character.
Internet users also made positive comments like, “SEUNGRI passed his first acting test,” “The quirkiness is so cute!” “Texan accent and Chungcheong dialect sounds all natural after so much practice,” and “his presence is just unbelievable.”
“Angel Eyes” is aired every Saturday and Sunday at 9:55 pm.
source: ygfamily.com

fyeahseungri:

SEUNGRI’s sly & cute character unveiled on “Angel Eyes,” viewers completely charmed

SEUNGRI’s acting stands out through “Texan + Chungcheong Dialect” BIGBANG’s SEUNGRI completely charmed the viewers when he appeared as a sly and cute character on the 3rd episode of SBS’s weekend special drama “Angel Eyes” (Script by Yoon Ji Ryun, Directed by Park Shin Woo).

The episode aired on April 12 (Sat) featured his character Teddy Seo, a young Korean-American who returns to Korea to fulfill the wish of becoming a rescue worker. His Chungcheong dialect mixed with a Texan accent indeed magnified his presence in the episode.

Teddy Seo appears when he is allocated to Seyoung Fire Department, saying hello to his new colleagues in a dialect. When the others ask him where he got the dialect, SEUNGRI, who plays Teddy, explains that he grew up in Texas. His lines make the viewers laugh as he mixes English and Chungcheong dialect when he speaks.

Yoon Soo Wan (played by KU HYE SUN), who now has to look after Teddy under the chief’s command, complains that “he is not helping—rather it’s like cleaning up excrements!”

To this, Teddy innocently asks, “What does that mean? Do rescue workers have to clean up excrements?” SEUNGRI, who is trying the transformation of becoming an actor from a singer, is receiving positive reviews for naturally acting out the quirky yet sly character.

Internet users also made positive comments like, “SEUNGRI passed his first acting test,” “The quirkiness is so cute!” “Texan accent and Chungcheong dialect sounds all natural after so much practice,” and “his presence is just unbelievable.”

“Angel Eyes” is aired every Saturday and Sunday at 9:55 pm.

source: ygfamily.com