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SM's new girl group pre debut pictures are here!
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From left to right: Joy, Irene, Seulgi, Wendy
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30th-Jul-2014 02:17 pm (UTC)
People are constantly changing. I can't imagine anyone looking the same from two years prior. It's called aging. I had signs of double eyelids after high school, but it got pretty permanent after college. My friend's cousin naturally got hers even before puberty. Like 9/10. It's weird. But if someone saw pictures of her or me when we were children and us today, I wouldn't be surprised if people thought we got things done.
30th-Jul-2014 02:45 pm (UTC)
I've always wondered why people jump gun and call such changes as PS every time. It's so weird. I had super flat nose when I was young. Only started growing when I hit my teens. I'm pretty sure most, if not, all people would tell me I got PS just because hello, I now have nose bridge. I find it frustrating and rather sad that ~simple changes like "oh HMMM seems like her nose changed" is now considered PS. No one trusts anyone to be PS-free in the idol industry anymore but they make it seem so bad.. and shameful.
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