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All I’ve been able to think about all day is this MESSY removal of Jessica from Girls’ Generation.
if she wanted to get married
and then told you this before hand
and you lined things up for one last Soshi album
THEN YOU SHOULD LET THIS HAPPEN
AND THEN MAKE A ‘SOSHI WEDDING’ MEDIA BLITZ WITH A REALITY SPECIAL & GOODBYE SINGLE FROM GG & F(X) OR EVEN ALL OF SM
But not even informing her that she’s out until after she’s gotten out of a long flight with everyone else? And then her having to go to social media to say something before you can smear her image?
With what happened to Kris, f(x) in limbo & Red Velvet’s rushed debut this was bad PR that SM DID NOT NEED right now and handling it the way I mentioned not only would’ve made money but redeemed your image a bit
The fact that SM would rather be petty than work with someone who’s given so much of her life to them is just so telling & Gross.
May you find Happiness Jessica!
the new eah webisode was cute and i enjoyed it (esp apparently now knowing all wonderlandians can hear the narrators, who btw are the most entertaining characters so far, to some degree)
but man it just confused me even more on what exactly the rules are to royal vs. rebel
duchess wants to steal someone elses destiny because she hates her own, thereby not following HER destiny: royal??
kitty messes up everyone elses life, but thats in line with her destiny, rebel? or royal?
also didnt ashlynn become a rebel in the true hearts day special? or was that magically redacted?
did poppy o’hair officially become a rebel? i remember one of her webisodes was specifically about her not being able to decide, so why was rebel narrator so adamant about her being on his side?
and raven making fun of apple was so oddly out of character; she’s been puzzled and frustrated by apple, but never seemed to make fun of her
so many questions with this one
I’ve never been very clear on what makes a royal or a rebel and to some degree I like it that way, it’s nice to think of something that doesn’t stick to iron clad rules or boxes. but it is frustrating as fuck when making OCs.
I got nothing for everyone else. but Ashlynn declared herself a rebel but despite what she says that doesn’t automatically erase her title as a princess…and yes I realize with Raven technically being a princess and also a rebel it doesn’t make a ton of sense but it’s all I got.
tbh the idea of it being more ambiguous doesn’t really bother me? its just odd because this franchise is literally built on the royal vs. rebel conflict, and they’ve never been able to explain exactly what that means
someone who embraces their future destiny? Maddie is a rebel and excited about being the next Mad Hatter, Duchess is a royal and doesn’t want to become the next Swan Princess.
I suppose the best definition of a rebel is someone who believes everyone should be able to choose their own destiny, while a royal is someone who believes everyone should be resigned to their destinies, but it’s just so strange that the story wasn’t that clear about it
someone on LJ brought up the fact that the female narrator is Royal-biased - with the male one Rebel-biased - and guessed that the mislabelling was something she did in denial.
As far as I can tell Being a ‘Royal’ mean agreeing to follow in your family’s legacy/footsteps and live out their story (not exactly like them but the general commitment to being this generations’ version of what they were) while being a ‘Rebel’ is about eschewing their parent’s lineage to make their own.