Anonymous said: How did you become a trainee for SM Entertainment? Or is it just as a joke
I auditioned 5 times; I got rejected the first 4 times, and they finally accepted me after my 5th audition. I got accepted, and now I’ve been training for 2 years. The company told me that I was going to be debuting in a co-ed group in a couple of years. Look out for me. They gave me a Korean name and everything. Be sure to look out for SM’s new co-ed group; my name will be Jung Jaehee.
Anonymous said: how much do you make the keep calm tanks/shirts for? like, if I wanted it to say Keep Calm and Make H15tory. Thank you :D
I’m not making any tanks any time soon, haha. I’m selling these tanks for our class budget. I’m sorry.
KEEP CALM AND STAY C14SSY tanks.
$10 for each tank.
Shipping $2; unless you live near me, then we can meet up.
Sizes available - S M L XL
Message me for more information or if you want one.
moosevox-deactivated20130802 said: What would you look for in a mentor?
Someone who’s got great leadership skills and low tolerance for any messing around or bullshit. Someone who isn’t afraid to be strict when they need to be, but also knows how to cut loose and have fun. A mentor should also know what they’re doing.
moosevox-deactivated20130802 said: In what ways should age matter?
Age should matter to an extent. But as you grow older, I think age starts getting less and less significant. I mean, my grandma and grandpa are 10 years apart, but yeah. Sometimes, it’s just wrong to have a 60 year-old man being with a 30 year-old woman.
killsunhee said: Brb murdering you.
Raep me prz <3
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These pajamas are really warm.
And yes, I would have this kind of pajama, lol.
moosevox-deactivated20130802 said: What's the purpose of knowledge if you don't share it?
There are just some things that aren’t needed to be shared with the world.
Hello guys. I hope you’re all having a beautiful night. I’m stuck here working on my stupid book project. #procrastinationftw.
Rant Rant Rant!
Seriously? You’re going to have us vote for what we want. Then you’re going to go and completely ignore what we wanted, and instead choose what you what to do? This is why you always piss me off. Ugh, you always want to do things your way. It’s bad enough that you’re doing things your own way without anyone else’s consent, you’re also doing it without even giving people a chance to see what they have to pick from. You are so ugh. I just wanna smack you in the face, I swear. This is so bothersome. If I could, I would, but I freaking can’t. soehgilsdghksdghskdgh rage rage rage rage.
End of rant. Thank you.