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DBSK filming MBC’s “Introducing Stars’ Friends”

Junsu is apparently helping his older twin to look for a girlfriend and filmed MBC’s Introducing Stars’ Friends on October 29th. Asdjklfld, that’s so cute ^____^. I love how they have such great brotherly love for each other. Their appearance on “Come to Play” kind of emphasised this; the members saying how even though they were in Japan, he still played games with his brother on the internet lol. (If you haven’t already watched it, then click HERE for Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7. Thanks to mickeytoho for subbing.)

During the filming, Junsu was seen to be fussing over his brother’s appearance subconciously. Junsu, I love how you care for you brother so much~ Mickey and Yunho were there as well, trying to matchmake their friends. Some one please sub this when it comes out. I think it’s going to  be aired sometime in November.


October 31, 2008 at 9:43 am Leave a comment

Are you compatible with your idol?

Yesterday, my friend showed me this ‘relationship game’ (for lack of better name let us just deal with this lame one) where you calculate the probability of you and the person you like ending up in a relationship. I’m not sure if this is a well known ‘game’ or what, since I only learnt of it yesterday and the fact that I hardly come out of my shell doesn’t help, so hopefully I didn’t draw your attention for absolutely no reason.

First off, before I describe how the ‘game’ works I’d just like to say that UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES DO I BELIEVE THIS WORKS, so don’t comment and tell me that I’m retarded or stupid, because I’m only doing this FOR FUN. Whatever the result, I know I won’t end up with any of the people I choose, the biggest reason being that I’ll probably never see these people in real life.

Ok, so here’s how it works. You write down your name, then underneath it write ‘likes’ and obviously under that you write who you like. Now, you calculate the number of letters that appear in ‘likes’ which also appears in either name (working backwards from ‘s’, then ‘e’, and so on. I have no idea why you have to work backwards, that’s just the way I was taught). After that, you keep on adding in between the numbers, until you get a two digit number. That number is the percentage of the two people ending up in a relationship.

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October 30, 2008 at 1:40 pm 5 comments

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