3:05 am - 06/20/2012


Twitter-In response to Super Junior’s loss of 1st place in Mnet’s 20’s choice global star to Girls’ Generation, E.L.Fs worldwide trended #SUJUISTHEREALWINNER on twitter early Wednesday morning. This loss of first place has taken E.L.Fs completely by surprise, as many believe that now Sones, or Girls’ Generation fans, have been using illegal methods such as hacking in order to achieve such means.Some extremely sharp eyed detective E.L.Fs have found extremely incriminating evidence that show that Sones have hacked the mnet website.  Such proof is shown below.

One E.L.F on twitter commented, “So[ne] hacked mnet site than make our votes count for snsd. Just stop voting for awhile.” Their case has been furthered by the fact that someone named sunshine on twitter(@fanyewest) has been sarcastically claiming responsibilities for the latest attacks, writing things such as "HEY ELFS GUESS WHAT I ACTUALLY HACKED MNET AND YOUR VOTES DO ACTUALLY COUNT FOR SNSD SO YOLO!!!!” and” PROOF I HACKED THE MNET POLL!! pic.twitter.com/sMM3hjOi” . Screencaps of her tweets can be found below.

One Netizen commented saying, “elf is like ur embarrassing cousin who shows up to every occasion drunk and confused. then they punch u in the face and u call the popo.”. However, many do not share that same opinion, as others have tweeted along the lines of “@FANYEWEST FUCK FOR YOU!! CEMEN! LO AH CIUT!!#SUJUISTHEREALWINNER #Happy26thRyeowookBday#MovesLikeRyeowook”.

Source: 1st e.l.f commentator, the supposed hacker #1 tweet #2 tweet, netizen #1, netizen #2,
author of this exclusive:dorkiilove

dorawa 20th-Jun-2012 11:46 pm (UTC)
"say it in korean, i only receive tweets in korean, fuck? i don't know what you're saying so shut up"

i think
chunsakuma 21st-Jun-2012 02:07 am (UTC)
I agree. I'd prob go with 'accept' rather than 'receive' though; it fits better in this context.
dorawa 21st-Jun-2012 02:16 am (UTC)
yeah i wasn't sure how to put it, it's weird to translate hahah ty bb~ still learning
chunsakuma 21st-Jun-2012 03:10 am (UTC)
No problem! I've only been studying Korean for maybe 2yrs and on my own, so I'm def still learning as well. 받다 is a tough one since it can apply to quite a few words in English.

If you haven't already, I'd rec checking out Naver's English to Korean dictionary. It's very thorough with the meanings, shows you expressions with the words, shows you how to use them in a sentence, etc. I've learned SO much since I found out about it.
dorawa 21st-Jun-2012 04:58 pm (UTC)
yeah i've been studying for about 3 years now so i'm not where near where i want to be but~ that dictionary saves my life every time lmao thank god for you naver
chunsakuma 21st-Jun-2012 10:34 pm (UTC)
I've started doing Tweet translations recently (I help out sometimes at Girl's Day Daily when their main translator is away and I just opened a Tweet translations account for She'z) and that has helped a lot because you're only working with 140 characters or less, but you're doing it more or less every day, so it keeps everything fresh and such.

I'm nowhere near where I want to be either though. -_-
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