• @peachyogurt I didn't know what her husband looked like until I Googled him just now. I think it was the dorky haircut he had. The bangs and also the really round glasses he had made him look like a pedophile or something. The bangs also made his face look like it had no forehead which seems disproportionate and odd. In his newer photos where he has a more "modern" slicked back haircut, he looks less creepy. Other people may have different thoughts, that's just what jumped out at me.
  • @rucofan1100 Starts around minute 40. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpA8oDv0K90
  • @isay I wouldn't there's much to be envious about. Sure, a life of luxury but at what price? To spend your life in a gilded cage and probably have the other rich people look down at you because you had to marry someone rich to get ahead or watch your actions as to not upset your meal ticket. I'm not looking down at Loletta, I understand it was just the sign of the times and a personal choice. It's a lot easier to be a self-made woman nowadays. Female celebrities have more options to get ahead, corporate endorsements, modeling, etc. that weren't available in the 70s. Now to be born into a billionaire family, that's luck!
  • @happybi Most of Europe is perfectly safe to travel alone in. I've done it many times and have had invaluable experiences. However, like with any traveling, you need to be smart and do your research and take proper precautions. I would never, ever stay in some stranger's house in an unfamiliar place, even if some website said it was okay.
  • @anon Plus they work your butt off in grad school! I've not been worked so hard since in the 10+ years working professionally! I can't imagine having the energy for that in your 30s. I could barely survive off the 10 hours/week of sleep I was getting back then in my early 20s.
  • @anon I would disagree with that statement. There are benefits to both real world experience and school. Not everyone is just in it for the piece of paper :-p I went to grad school in NYC for design. I was learning from the best professors and exposed to students from around the world, not to mention all the art that NYC had to offer. I also got honest and unbiased feedback in a structured and supportive environment. Things you don't get from the real world. The experience was invaluable. It took my understanding and skills in design to a different level. In the working world now, I definitely see a difference between self-taught designers and those who studied it in school. The understanding of design is different. The real world is where you refine the skills you learned in school. Obviously I'm not an actress but I would guess it's not that different. As others have commented, it seems like she's doing this for herself. Good for her. A degree is definitely worth earning and no one can ever diminish that fact.
  • @jjwong I like it, it's a nice touch. An artistic photo. Less narcissistic than a regular selfie. Plus everyone does them the regular way anyway, so boring :/
  • @anon Modesty is a traditional Asian value, especially Chinese. People who do all that crap to attract attention are obviously insecure. If you were happy with yourself, why would you need so much validation from other people.
  • @funnlim It's true that many teens in the US have done "adult stuff", mostly due to media and peer influence but that doesn't mean they have the maturity to vote. American celeb kids post risque pics like that too (like the Kardashians, etc.) but if the media made suggestive comments like this article, parents and readers would be up in arms about that. As well they should because it's just creepy for a so called "reporter" to be openly leering at a 16 year old! Gross!
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