I fucking hate Gwiyomi, or Kiyomi, or however the fuck you spell it, with a passion. To see so many of these pretentious mofos flooding up my news feed everyday is just annoying. It’s understandable if they’re children but all of them, from what I saw, are fucking adults. A bit too old to still be acting this way won’t you say? And I’m quite sure I’m not the only one who feels this way about it:
I wonder how many Malaysians who did a Gwiyomi video or shared/liked one on Facebook actually understood lyrics. I, for one, don’t understand the fuck it means but by analysing the hand gestures (or so-called “dance moves”) and the seductive facial expressions by the YouTubers, I came up with my own interpretation:
But ultimately, what the Gwiyomi lyrics and dance mean wouldn’t have mattered ’cause it’s a great viral opportunity for these girls and sissy boys to gain that extra attention that they’re always hungry for. Also, from what I gathered, each Gwiyomi video has its own personalised “dance moves” with their own message. But does anyone give a shit about the meaning of a personalised Gwiyomi video? No, ’cause if she or he was fugly, nobody would’ve even noticed the video. So it does seem that the only difference between a Gwiyomi and porn is that the actresses are not stripping.