Thursday, April 25, 2013

Would you do it?

Hello y'all

Today, I was watching videos on CNN, if you have nothing to do, check it out, very interesting. I saw an article about a one way ticket to Mars. I'll give you some time to think about that and what it means.

That's right, LIVING ON MARS! I don't even know how to describe it. I always say that but what I mean is, just watch it for yourself...


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Friday, April 12, 2013

Typical Asian


For all the Asian-American teenagers out there, you probably love a lot of Asian-inspired things. Most Asian teenagers pick up the Asian inspiration around their school and community and begin to love and grasp the fact that, "If I'm Asian, I love Asian-related things." 

So today, I'm going to write about some things Asian-American teenagers love to do. If you are an Asian-American teenager, then you can probably relate to one or more of the following things.

This trend is for the Asian FEMALE teenagers out there. But if you love Korean Pop and Dramas and your a guy, I respect that as well.

K-POP has always been around with young Asian girls and will always be an existent trend with female Asian-American teenagers. Let's face it, the music is catchy, it's different, and even though people may not follow along with the words, its fun to sing along. Also, Asian-American teens also love to be obsessed with K-POP groups, such as Super Junior, Girls Generation, and SHINee. Its like being obsessed with One Direction or Bieber for all the non-Asians.

Korean Dramas. To describe it in three words, emotional, dramatic, and magnetic. Korean Dramas will always have you on the edge of your seat and tearing up by the end. It's "magnetic" trait makes you want to watch episode after episode after episode. 

Pho. Pronounced (FUH). If you haven't ate Pho yet, you are truly missing out on what Asian cuisine is. Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup, with beef broth and basil, cilantro, green onion, onion and mung beans (bean sprouts) thrown in there. It also of course includes the delicious rice noodles.  Every fan of Pho throws in a little Sriracha (a key Asian essential) and Hoisin sauce in their pho to add a little bit of spice and flavor. When you add all of those ingredients up, you get a delicious and heavenly noodle soup that will make your mouth water. So when we Asians get our hands on it, we eat it all and come back next week for more.\

Korean Barbeque. Way less expensive than a fancy steak restaurant, delicious, and bang for your buck are all the wonderful traits that describe KBBQ. Korean BBQ is best eaten with family and friends. It's a great deal and meal for all.


Asian-American teens love cover songs on YouTube because the music is original, raw, and personal. Forget mainstream music, listen to Asian-American cover songs. 

What Jamba Juice is to non-Asians, Boba is to Asians. Boba, or bubble tea, is inexpensive, located everywhere, and tasty. Young Asian-American teens love to hangout at Boba spots and meet up. Boba restaurants are like a hangout place for all Asian-American teens. A lot of Asians love Boba because it is addicting and enjoyable with friends. You may see the hashtags #bobaholics and #bobalife around Asian-American teenagers in social media, which brings us to our last thing Asian-American teens love.

Everyone loves social media! All Asian-American teens do, in fact. Everywhere you look, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, or YouTube, there will always be an Asian-American teen. It's the Asian Invasion concept. Every YouTube Asian-American are big on the internet. For example, nigahiga, kevjumba, JustKiddingFilms,Wong Fu, and you can't forget the Asian makeup gurus like Michelle Phan! There are a lot of tumblr Asian girls as well, posting about what they love, Asian-inspired things. Overall, Asian-American teens love social media because it's another way to connect with friends and family, and it's a way to show your interests and hobbies and present them to the world.

As you can see, there are a lot of things Asian-American teenagers love. We use the things we love to connect with other people, share our talents, eat, and gather together. There are many advantages to what we love to do. It's just a part of the Asian way of life.



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Monday, April 1, 2013

March Madness Kevin Ware

Hello all,

Remember Luke's post about the March Mardness and how it's suppose to be exciting and fun? Yeah, here is a part that is not so fun but disgustingly exciting. It is about a player on Louisville, Kevin Ware, who breaks his leg.

We are not talking about a little injury for wussies but it's more like bones coming out of skin and meat. I have to tell you, this is not the most amusing video to some of you, but to others that find this fascinating, you're strange so go find a psychiatrist. This is very, very, extremely disturbing. In a matter of fact, it is one of the most disturbing videos I've watched. Watch if you would like:

If you watched it, I hope you are ok. I apologize if you are not but it is not my fault your dumb butt didn't listen to me.


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