Sunday, April 26, 2020


Please stop learning about society and philosophy from Twitter

Since this is Enter-talk, I feel like a lot of kids would be using Twitter so I'm writing this

I'm serious... If your goal for using Twitter is to fangirl, then don't use it for anything more than fangirling.

Especially when it comes to equality of the sexes, don't learn anything from Twitter
It's ok if you want to learn about it from Twitter but don't ONLY use Twitter. You need to do your own research and look up for professional material. Please stop learning from Twitter

There are a lot of people talking about how weird ideologies are associated with feminism and at first, they will sound like they are talking about gender equality but end up talking about female superiority and the likes.. please, stop learning about values and ideologies on Twitter and don't learn anything about the society from there either...

Seriously, there's one of my real life friends who learned about philosophy and society from Twitter so much that it's affecting her real life. As soon as there's something happening, she would say "that's because of the male bast*rds". Of course, her reputation at school is f*cking bad

I feel like people who learn from Twitter and live by it are so pitiful so I'm writing this...

post response:
original post: here

1. [+334, -5]
I've been on Twitter for n-years and it's a fact that there are a lot of shady and negative people there.. If you want to use Twitter healthily, you need to stand firm and you which channels to skip and block... If you get swept away, you'll end up in a weird place before you realize it.. there are a lot of people who have been tainted by the weird world. There are also a lot of people who are tainted by extreme feminists. There are especially a lot of people who think that mental diseases are trendy?

2. [+292, -6]
If you talk in Twitter-logic in real life, you'll just be a mood-breaker and you'll turn into the weirdo of the groupㅋㅋ

3. [+276, -10]
To be honest, there are so many depressed kids who would rant about their dissatisfaction and show their inferiority complex on Twitter so I f*cking don't like it there. They should've just worked harderㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ  they would just dwell in their own misfortune. I was so surprised to see how many likes and retweets there were on kids who were expressing their troubles and negativity. I've even see a few Twitter memes on Instagram from time to time... I seriously think that it's becoming a bit severe....

4. [+154, 0]
For real, I just go on it to see what delicious foods I can make with an air fryer and I skip everything else

5. [+112, -1]
Twitter should be used strictly for fangirling


I've been a trainee for 6 years and a little while ago, I got kicked out. My future looks so dim right now and I'm 20 years old... I don't know what I should do from now, I'm so embarrassed to be in front of my friends so I can't even tell them anything, imagine what my friends will think of me.. ㅋㅋㅋㅋ  Kids, please jut give me some advice, questions or just say anything, I'm having it so hard.

I feel like there might be some folks misunderstanding this, so I'll tell you one thing! The first agency (big agency) I got into was in 2014, I was still in middle school 1st year and I spent 4 years there. From 2018, for 2 years, I switched to a middle size company and lived like that. Thanks to everyone who gave me advice.

(OP came later to thank people for giving her support)

post response:
original post: here

1. [+82, -0]
Hul... You gave everything for the past 6 years and they couldn't even at least recommend you another agency...? This is too much.. You should try auditioning somewhere elseㅠㅠ

2. [+62, -0]
It's been years I haven't logged in here, but I'm doing this to write a comment for OP. I've seen this comment on Nate Pann. You're never too late for anything unless you tried to become a kids model. Even if they kicked you out, it doesn't change the fact that you've trained for 6 years already. You are the result of what you've slowly gained from the past 6 years and I'm sure it's amazing. If you decide to try again, I really wish you can debut and hit big. Even if you choose another path, I hope you won't have any regrets and be happy, OP fighting!!

3. [+30, -0]
OP-ah even though the future may look gloomy and it may be hard for you now, the 6 tough years you've had mentally and physically as a trainee will definitely bare fruit in the future!! You're 20 years old, but it's not too late, you can confidently start afresh and find something new. I hope you don't become impatient just because of your ageㅠㅠㅠㅠ  You've worked so hard until now, I support you!!!!!

4. [+17, -0]
Hul, yah me too, I'm 20 years old and I've been a trainee for all this time, I graduated from an all female school and they just decided to kick out everyone from the agency without reason. Right now I'm preparing for my entrance exams... We worked so hard, so isn't it obvious that we will both succeed?? I also have been kicked out not long ago and thought that there was no future, but I feel like it's way more worth it to plan our future more rationally..

5. [+16, -0]
Why don't you sign up for a dance university? Try to apply for those that has higher performance ratio