"This is why you can’t trust women! They’re so good at makeup and wear it to fool guys into thinking they’re hot!"
shit. girls he’s on to us *washes off makeup to reveal lizard face and climbs up a wall* we will return with a new disguise. soon the power of earthly men will fall
I think you guys are missing the point of the Feel the love PV…
Yeah, I agree with the fact that releasing a 13 second ending was a dumb idea. She shouldn’t have released the PV as a ‘short version’ when it was literally the whole entire PV, but it came with what seemed like an alternative ending.
But I do think that the message of the PV has definitely changed and I think the misleading ending had a lot to do with that message.
I’m sure ayu intended to troll the fans—because, let’s face it, she’s very good at that and she does it often. Hence, these memes. I think she put out the video, totally expecting people to get offended by it and then she released the real ending and I honestly feel like everyone missed the moral of the story. Like, the message seems to have gone right over everyone’s head.
During this whole video, we see this girl running and running and running and her initial reason for running all this way is so she could impress some guy. But as she runs, you get to see how she blossoms and takes all these risks and meets all these people and does all these new things. It seems as though the girl almost completely forgets what she’s running for in the first place, because she’s having so much fun. And by the end, she reaches that guy she was trying to impress and then, BAM. SHE IS ASIAN AND 100 LBS.
And that was where it got confusing. I think ayu put that part in there, and then released the last bit of the video to pretty much say, “Jk, be happy with who you are and don’t change for anyone.”
Notice how at the end, the girl doesn’t seem to care much for the guy anymore. She doesn’t care that he looks at her in disgust. Because now, she’s happy with herself and she’s confident in herself and that’s all that really matters.
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one day her clothes were on my floor, one day; empty bottles, I’m not saying she’s my last, I’m just saying that she could’ve been, it doesn’t matter how rough these hands get, it doesn’t matter ‘cause I’m not her man.
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tried different makeup.
i need thinner eyeshadow brushes so i can actually follow the pouch of fat under my eyes ie. the white lines haha