. . .
But what should I do on the internet? The possibilities are endless! I could learn about the formation of the universe. I could learn about physics! I could learn how to talk to a flipping giraffe! I could go on Google Maps and go anywhere in the world! The vastness of all of human-knowledge is at my fingertips!
. . .
I KNOW! I'LL WATCH A RANDOM KOREAN SOAP-OPERA AND SPEND THE REST OF THE SUMMER LOCKED IN MY ROOM WHILE MY FRIENDS ALL MAGICALLY VANISH AS I SCOUR THE INTERNET FOR FULL EPISODES OF A SHOW THAT ISN'T EVEN IN MY LANGUAGE!!!
. . .
25 episodes later. . .
"This was a mistake."
Can't. . . control. . . the hand!
*clicks next episode*
Long story short, I was stuck like this for the rest of the summer.
|Wow, I don't even understand this language. What is wrong with me?|
Anyways, I got so freaking into this show that I actually started accidentally switching between English and Korean.
Whenever someone would come up to me and start speaking in English, I'd stare at them for a moment because I couldn't flipping understand them.
So anyways, the moral of this story is don't be part of a fandom if you want to have a social life. Don't learn this the hard way like I did.
And NO, I will NOT tell you the name of the show!!
Believe me. I'm doing you a favor.