Holy shit! He is the most fabulous person (with the exception of a couple drag queens) I have ever seen.
Also you need to see a version where you can see his legs. Need to.
Slap a dress on that man as well
Oh Hyunseung of B2ST, I so wish someone would slap a dress on you. You are gorgeous as a man and would be gorgeous as a woman.
Oh hey. We need two dresses here!
Oh Super Junior
I owe some of your members some haikus.
I have a bone to pick with you (in haiku form) over this picture
Sir, your pants* make me
*Pants loosely defined.
P.S. I still love your face and by face I mean you.
Some stylist hates you or
So wants you in drag.
Now for you Kibum, despite the fact that you are apparently not so much working with Super Junior anymore.
Kibum- I’m not sure
About your acting career.
Killer smile though.
And Hangeng. I loved you in Super Junior and I love you post Super Junior.
I love your music,
and your hip thrusts in Don’t Don.
Hope you are not sad.
Sincerely and lovingly,
Now to you all-
Dear boys, I am excited for your new album. But as a person who likely has much more thrift store shopping experience than you, I have some advice: just because it almost fits and is a fun color, does not mean you should buy it.
P.S. Can someone please find Siwon a shirt and/or pants?
So when Tatum and I were first getting into KPop, we were trying to tell the members of Super Junior apart. So before we connected names and faces we gave them nicknames. After watching the No Other video I nicknamed Sungmin Manly. Now after a we learned a bit more about Manly I (and by I, I really mean Tatum) started to question the validity of my nickname. But I’m sticking to it. Here’s why:
In No Other, I originally called him Manly because of his manly legs. Compare to Leeteuk or Yesung. Also don’t forget to revel in the crotch pointing.
I admit Manly stands like a model an awful lot, especially in No Other (RuPaul would be proud), but still- in his Don’t Don days (despite his fetus haircut) he was fairly manly looking, right? With his fake tats and all?
Then there’s always the 4th album photos. Hot damn!
And recently, with tons of makeup and an angry face, I’m convinced.
But really, even when he is smiling his bunny smile and being freakishly cutesy, can you deny some hint of manly? Look at his arms!
Now sure there is evidence of him being not so manly. Sleeping in a dress, anyone? Watch it if you haven’t! Do it!
But he can also nunchuck like nobody’s business.
So is my nickname okay? What do you think?
Slap a dress on that man
There are few things in this world I love as much as KPop. But one of them is drag.
Fortunately for me, there is a ton of cross dressing in KPop. Super Junior has a few beauties:
Sungmin (our nickname for him is Manly- but that is a story for another day)
Have you seen this video? Seriously! Manly even looks like he has breasts.
Eunhyuk (who knew he would get that pretty?)
Shindong (who is a very pretty person in general, I think)
And of course Heechul, and all the Beyonce and Lady Gaga performances.
And who can forget Shinee? (Damn, Taemin!)
Or Kevin and Dongho from U-Kiss.
I think if NH Media decides to fire more people from U-Kiss (no, I’m not bitter at all), Kevin and Dongho could have excellent careers in female impersonation.
But the idol I most want to go into professional drag is G-Dragon.
Honestly, I don’t know much about Big Bang but the general impression I get from G-Dragon screams “tool! tool!” despite how adorable he is. But my god, slap a dress on that guy. He could do the androgynous thing. And his bat shit crazy fashion sense could be used so well in the drag world. But have you seen his face?
He could be so cool. Like Ongina.
Or Nina Flowers.
Dear readers- what do you think? Can you see G-Dragon as a drag queen?