That's anonymous comments going off, then! People who don't have the courage to stand behind their words are so unsexy. And there's been loads of trolling through the Kblogosphere lately. If you have something to say, put a name on it loves! After all, a whole load of you know who I am when you spot me out in public. But have no fear -- even if you put your name and your photo on your trifling six-months-into-your-first-contract witticisms, you probably still won't be important enough for me to remember!
I'm glad that you're so green that you think having stupid shit happen in Korea is important to ignore, because you're having your gap year in a foreign country, after all! Just settle down and go post some photos of temples on Facebook for your boring friends to be impressed with. Leave the business of considering life in Korea to be Real Life Where Bad Things Sometimes Happen to those of us who have a fucking clue what the fuck is going on. Or just hang around and wait for someone to post a comment on one of my "good day" entries about how I'm ignorant about my true position as a foreigner in Korea. Either way, the whole batch of you will be gone in a few months. You are a revolving door feature of this life. You have no idea how many of you we've all seen before.
By the way, speaking of anonymous baloney, I've been waffling over the big dating blogger post for over a week now, because it didn't feel quite complete. Then something completely unacceptable happened over at DIK this morning, and has been spreading all over tumblr like wildfire, and I've become inspired to rework the whole thing. Glad I waited.
Oh, Anon. You're so cute when you're angry. Trying to make a point and stuff. What would our little blogging world be without you? That having been said, happy trails to you! Don't let the door hit you in the ass.