OMG MY 17 YEAR OLD COUSIN HAS A BUNCH OF HIS FRIENDS OVER RIGHT NOW AND I COULD HEAR THEM LISTENING TO FERGALICIOUS AND SINGING SO I BANGED ON THE WALL AND SHOUTED “I CAN HEAR YOU GUYS” AND THEN ONE OF THEM GOES “SHIT WHY DIDNT YOU SAY SHE WAS HOME” AND THEN ANOTHER ONE WAS LIKE “NO ITS A PART OF OUR VIDEO GAME” AND THEN ANOTHER ONE SHOUTS “DUDE WHY THE FUCK WOULD FERGALICIOUS BE IN A VIDEO GAME” IM CRYING
She was seventeen years old, going on eighteen. Her name was Park Hyejin, and she lives in Korea. She had the most beautiful eyes I’ve ever seen, she had cute curly short hair, and she was the funniest, nicest, sweetest, the most loving person I’ve ever met in my lifetime. And today, she died.
To answer your question; it is because there are people who are dying in an absolutely horrible way and there is nothing that can be done to ease their suffering or help them and it is heartbreaking to even think that there are kids in that ferry who are my age. Who think similarly to me, who like the same things as I do, that are thinking about their futures just like I am. Chances are these people are never going to graduate highschool and go to University, get married or have children.
I thought one of my closest friends was on that ferry and there are no words to describe how worried I was for her. Thank God she wasn’t, though now I can only imagine how it must be for the people waiting for news about their loved ones.
You don’t need to be Korean or even Asian to feel sadness or empathy towards a terrible situation like this so sit the hell down. I felt this way about the Boston bombings, I felt this way about the typhoon in the Philippines and Japan and I am absolutely feeling it for the people of Korea.
Raise your hand if you have watched so much British television that is has actually changed your speech patterns.
I’ve not the slightest idea how you’ve come round to that idea.
Exactly. I haven’t the foggiest idea of how you’ve come to that conclusion.
What in the bloody hell are you blabbering on bout you twat?
Behold, people that have never been within 50 feet of anyone even remotely British.