Saturday, July 26, 2008

Thanks For Seeing Things My Way

Somehow, I stumbled across this video clip that said, "Sad song." I guess I was feeling emotionally stable that day and wanted to find out how sad it really was. It was kinda nice throughout the whole thing, the song is really beautiful, the actors are beautiful and at the end there was a "shocking" event. I thought, "That is so demented." I couldn't believe my eyes! And I couldn't believe the sappy comments made about the video. Doesn't anyone see how absolutely twisted this is?! When you watch the video, you'll understand my title a little more and see the humor in it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hhm4USUe3ng

It's not that I'm a cold person by all means, but how do people think up these things? I clicked on the English version and couldn't understand it anymore than the Korean version. Then I watched the version with English subtitles and the words are actually really nice, and like some of the comments said, had nothing to do with the video. Does anyone else think this is demented?

6 comments:

Karen said...

OK.......................I like eyes?





The tittle of this post cracks me up now!!! It is very Romeo and Juliet. Amazing how love brings out the best and worst in mankind.

Gil said...

This is a very sweet, sad story, which one does not have to hear or read in English - or any other language - to understand. Two people meet by chance and they fall in love. They share with each other companionship and the joys in each of their lives. A terrible accident befalls the girl, and she loses her ability to see. The man, a professional photographer whose life centers around his vision, sacrifices his most important sense, that of sight in order to restore the sight of the woman he loves.

Truly a bitter-sweet tale of love and loss, and of the human ability to make great sacrifices in the name of love. Heroism comes in many forms. "Greater love hath no man than this ..."

Krista said...

It's still twisted! Why didn't he keep one eye? Then they could have permanently winked at each other! ;)

Country Mom in B.C. said...

Krista-
I am with you girl.....I have never in my life met someone I would give one let alone two eyes to after just a few days....other than my son. This is sick and twisted.....how depressing......

Gil said...

My child ... you are one SICK PUPPY! The photog didn't want to look like he was only half-dedicated to the girl ... or that he thought she was worth ONE lousy eye. Remember, those Asian folks put a lot of stock in "face" ... have you ever heard of a lazy Asian, who just anted to save "eye"? NO - of course not! Sick? Twisted? Depressing? Nah - just an O. Henry story on steroids. (not to be confused with the candy bar, which does not contain steroids, or petroleum distillates, hydrogenated camel dung, or polyunsaturated butterfly follicles.)

Nicole said...

either way you look at it, did it HAVE to be 8 minutes long????