Having a Good Time Before the Prayer


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  • Kevin on 2014-Apr-11 13:50:37 Kevin said

    This sort of boundary % black and white is soimtmees quite troublesome. But, I do think it is good to open your blog/journal for comments, coz somehow it is still very encouraging to have people responding to what you have wrote. ^^ eh well, just feel you are a very poor guy having to reply to dozens of messages everyday, which seems never-ending sigh T_T honestly, I feel frustrated whenever I come across comments like these it is just like a cycle newbies step into the gothic lolita field. After acquiring certain knowledge about the scene, they start to fighting against each other verbally with a view to confirm theirselves as an eligible one And one more thing, it's a trend I guess. Many people nowadays are impulse-driven: Responding without reading and thinking thoroughly about the 6Ws. (that's why I say you are poor)XDXD~ perhaps let's put an end to this discussion, shall we? because the next debate will be staged somewhere again one day UNLESS we all learn how to accept and appreciate others. ^^ p.s. my comments are in fact very local and rude( in cantonese~ because I was too tired when I gave the comment~ )
  • Deer on 2014-Apr-11 22:27:19 Deer said

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  • Kerrie on 2014-Apr-13 13:39:19 Kerrie said

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