As a college student and a KPOP fan, I can certainly sympathize and empathize those who struggling in these tough times. It’s hard for everyone. However, it’s even harder to be a KPOP stan - even more so if you’re part of these fangroups (but you wouldn’t admit to that naturally).
It doesn’t help matter that SNSD, Big Bang, and maybe if you’re a fan of BEAST are releasing albums, mini-albums, a cologne set, and maybe a diaper set (just for those special fans who know when these idols are going to take a shit, what color the pee and poop is, etc) all in one week
. That’s too much!
But you are a fan. You are loyal. Who cares if you give up a month’s worth of food? And who needs new shoes anyway? All you need to do is just duct tape that sole together and it’s like it’s fresh from the Nike factory. However, after you blow your savings on that album (be it repackaged or otherwise), you’re stuck with a useless CD and extra goods you can’t really use (because, let’s be real, how good is a photobook after you’ve flipped through it 100 times after you opened your package).
Oh, woe! What ever should we do?
This is where I come in - here are some tips for the poor and downtroughted on how to use your KPOP cd cases as a way to preserve your lifestyle until you’re able to get some money or just ways to save money for that trip to Korea to see Shindong spout out more racist jokes.( Collapse )
Thank you for reading these hopefully helpful tips! I guarantee you will be able to deal with these hard times easier than JPOP fans whose own CDs are so very dull and normal and square
. (source: me & google)Note: Don’t actually do these tips. No. Really, please don’t.