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So it looks like most people want to read a translation of this article. It's a cute article, even if Jun did use a slang that none of my friends were familiar with. But that's what google is for! MWA! ENJOY!

Wether I'd walk in a carefree way, and then suddenly break into a sprint. I feel that this year has become important. )
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  1. Respect me and my opinions.
  2. I read all my friends' entries, so if you're just adding for the sake of adding, please... add some other journal.
  3. We have to have things in common.
  4. Comment on this entry, or I really won't know if you've added me or not. I don't keep track of who adds me at any given day.
  5. I hardly ever write about my personal life on here and I doubt anyone wants to know, so I'd appreciate it if you don't ask overly personal questions.
+ Warning: This journal contains superficial posts about material yearnings, random rant-like reviews (fashion, music, and books) and fangirling about pretty, skinny Japanese men.

And most importantly, I write in this journal to alleviate everyday stress so any random craziness is just my way of expressing myself. Let's just all have fun and we'll get along just fine. 
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I was going to wait until I got back to school to write a proper entry about yesterday’s movie premiere. Umm… it was a heady experience to say the least? I don’t know if it was the coffee, or the excitement, but my head was definitely faint by the time I got into the theatre. The wait was terrible though, the seconds felt like hours, and the minutes felt like eternity. Perhaps I’m exaggerating a bit but every writer has their right to embellish on the details.

I can easily write two page single space rambling about Japanese idols in one hour and it takes me 5 to write a passable coherent essay on existentialism. You can see where my passions lie. )

So in the end, was it worth it to wake up the next morning at 5 in order to catch a train back to school in the smoldering Santa Ana heat? Hellz yes. Running on three hours of sleep is what I do for a living. Afterall, I am a college student.

And people writing things down just to attack fans... on a public community. So what if you thought it was okay to take pictures and squeal at him? I happen to think it doesn't fit the atmosphere of the place! I didn't say squealing wasn't allowed, just that when the man was trying to speak, it was RUDE to squeal while other people were trying to listen to him. I for one wanted to sharpen my Japanese skills and I had a hard time listening to him talk because the people were squealing so much. Courtesy people!!! If I happen to give you my courtesy, why won't you extend yours to me? And pictures and videos are strictly forbidden! God, why do people have to break the rules and then feel righteous about it? What is wrong with this country?

This is why I'm leaving this public, because it pisses me off when people put words into my mouth. I NEVER SAID SQUEALING WAS PROHIBITED! Just when he was trying to speak, it was rude! So what if it sounds bitchy? Then so be it. I was really glad he came and I was really glad that most fans acted accordingly, but what I wasn't glad about was people rushing to him when he was exiting and then also squealing when he was trying to speak! You think I didn't want to do the same? I happen to have a sense of self control! I'm sure he was happy about the fans coming and showing support, but for god's sake, this wasn't an Arashi event where squealing was okay, this was a serious movie that MatsuJun just HAPPENED to be in. So Goddamnit people, act accordingly! And stop with the entitlement complexes.

I'm never going to comment on public communities ever again. Stupid potential wank.


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