But those boxes are pointless because people are multi demansional and complicated.
So the tomboy box becomes a way for the protagonist of the song to express herself in her own unique way.
I personally really like the video and the song.
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And since the protagonist doesn't fit in one, she accepts her place in the other.
In an age where women should be empowering each other, some K-pop fans are being regressive and trying to pit female K-pop artists against one another without any context. Piracy is forbidden 4. Or « girly punk » at best.Next
Musically, every song was a bop and Minnie and Yuqi's voices were so beautiful, but lyrically...
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Women constantly get put in boxes and if they don't fit one box they get moved to another.
Yeah, tomboy Look at you neon mot gamdanghae nal Ya, took off hook gibuneun Coke, like brrr Look at my toe, naui ex ireum tattoo I got to drink up now nega silta haedo joa Why are you cranky, boy? The duo exited the label and in a tasteful turn of events, the couple now have wedding bells ringing as they were recently engaged. Lyrics: look at you non mot gamdanghe nal Ya took off hook gibunun Coke like brrr look at my toe nai Ex irum Tattoo I got to drink up now niga silda hedo joa Why are you cranky, boy? At least, that's what I got out of it. I think not understanding what she's saying in the english lyrics edit: pronunciation not meaning is really a blessing lmfao.Next
With this brewing conspiracy theory, more fans started dissecting the lyrics of other G I-DLE songs.
Do you want a blond barbie doll? I think the song is about the expectations put on the protagonist of the song, someone who doesn't fit a certain perception of feminity. Anyways I'm just gonna pretend that i didn't read the lyrics so I can continue bopping. And the protagonist of the song accepts it.Next
It's actually an allusion to Soojin being taken out of the group by the company.