Merry Christmas Drifters!

Wow, it’s definitely a rowdy morning around here. So much fun happening when I’m catching up with sleep? Thanks a bunch to my lovely ladies – Keane and Nutella, for their recommendations! Remember to check those out. I’ll just do what I do best, posting pretty pictures of Christmas-themed photoshoots. Have a great holidays! Stay warm and cozy with your family!

Lots of cute coming your way~~

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We Got Married: Episode 250 “Wedding Day Part 3.”

So tired! And I realized it’s only Monday! I’m covering for a co-worker for the next two weeks, totaling to about 120+ hours. Crazy! But income is income and this girl needs to pay off her school loans. So if you don’t see me in the next couple of days, I’m most likely hiding in some corner, trying to catch up with some sleep…. Back to the pretty people above. They actually used one event (the wedding) and spread it out to three episodes. Because I encode the videos, I notice that they have been splitting up each couple into multiple segments. Why? Well, they want to maintain the rating. They want viewers to stay throughout the hour instead of watching one couple and then changing channel. Such a nuisance when I cut the videos!

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We Got Married: Episode 247 “Sexual tension at its best!”

Next time there’s a party involving these two individuals, I would advise everyone to come armed with a knife. The sexual tension in the room is so thick you could cut it and serve it. 😀 Our couple has their first photoshoot in this episode. And now that I know what the behind-the-scene footages look like, the official pictures don’t carry the same sentiments anymore. My gosh. *fans self*

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We Got Married: Episode 238 “New couple.”

I’m not a follower of Korean variety show, We Got Married, but I have watched a few episodes where some of my favorite people were guests. This variety show messes with my head and emotions! It fascinates, frightens, and confuses me all at the same time. Two individuals fake marry, carry out scripted couple events, and then their emotions and behaviors are recorded by a small crew attached to their hips. It’s so weird! It gets weirder when the parents actually play along… 0_0 They are totally playing with your feelings and yet it works out so well with the audience fervently shipping the couples from right to left. How messed up is that?

And yet I’m doomed the moment I learned that Kim So Eun (upcoming project: Liar Game Remake) is the next bride to groom Song Jae Rim (current drama: Surplus Princess). Resistance is futile. *shakes head*

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