What is this and how can i never see it again
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Tiffany 2007 - 2014
the many dark thoughts of jessi
How a queen should be carried.
21-22 Krystal Jung
Shutting down your faves.
Do you seriously need to do this? SNSD and 2NE1 are probably the only TWO K-Pop girl groups to have a majority of female fans supporting them, which is A HUGE THING because let’s be real, not a lot hormonal teenage fangirls like girl groups. They hate them, slut-shaming and degrading female idols as we speak, and you guys would rather sit here and shade each other like what the fuck?? These girls are friends like how do you think they’re going to feel seeing this kind of shit happening with their fans? How they’re talking shit about their own friends?
I don’t care if you don’t like the other group as much as your fave, but don’t push down another group to make your group look better. You’re encouraging the fanwar to get worse but you’re also essentially making it okay for girls to hate other girls and call them sluts/whores, whether it be from someone from another fandom or the girl group members themselves.
Support your fucking faves and ignore your not so fave like why the fuck is that so hard to understand. Why do you even pay attention to the not-so fave like are you that insecure about your fave that got you to the point to start up shit? Like really? Grow up, BJs and SONEs.
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Gaga to headline Doritos’ SXSW festivities
For a brand like Doritos, going to SXSW means making a big scene for the flocks of creative and tech disciples who are there to see and be seen. And the bigger the better considering the many, many brands that orchestrate ever more elaborate activities at the event. That’s why three years ago the brand decided to not only put on a concert series but make its stage a four-story vending machine.
And just as hopeful startups use the festival to launch apps, SXSW is also a place to launch campaigns. “For us, it starts with the consumer who lives at the intersection of technology and music,” says Frito-Lay vice president of marketing Ram Krishnan. “It makes so much sense for us to be there and, frankly, there is culture that gets created there and we want to be part of it.”
Last year, the behemoth vending machine stage was interactive, allowing people to control things like the lights and smoke machines and even pick performer LL Cool J’s encore song through Twitter. Now, Krishnan says expectations are higher and the brand intends to meet them.
For starters, the brand’s bringing Lady Gaga to town to headline the “#BoldStage” show on March 6th. But the only way for Little Monsters to land a ticket is to take up a bold challenge from the brand. Doritos is taking the SXSW opportunity to launch its new “Bold Missions” campaign which will use Facebook, Twitter and Vine to dare its fans to pull off a range of stunts and challenges in return for prizes. At SXSW, the prize is one of 2,000 tickets to see Gaga, and the missions include jumping from a 30-foot high platform to grab a dangling #BoldStage ticket, busk on the street using instruments Doritos provides to earn $10 in 10 minutes or less, and go up against roller derby pros while wearing an inflatable sumo wrestler suit.
If it sounds a bit crazy, Krishnan thinks the brand has built up a reputation among fans to make it work. “We’ve earned the right to do ambitious things like this because for the last eight years we’ve had a very consistent brand and I think people have come to expect certain things from us, in events, contests and social engagement,” he says.
The Gaga show was moved to the larger location at Stubb’s BBQ, after hitting a major hiccup last week when the city of Austin denied a permit request for the pop star to perform at the original Bold Stage location, a smaller venue, citing “public safety concerns.”
The rest of the brand’s festivities will be at the original Bold Stage under its now familiar giant vending machine. Meanwhile, the “Bold Missions” doesn’t end with Gaga. “This is our big launch for a campaign that will be happening all year,” says Krishnan. “Consumers should keep an eye on our social media channels because you never know what challenge might pop up in your city.”.
this guy just asked me if im “full blown lesbian” now what does that even mean like hell yeah i’ve reached the maximum capacity of homosexuality i can finally ascend to gay fucking heaven