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Wow.  You have no idea how much I miss Jay Chou 周杰倫.  It’s been soooooo long since I listened to his music.  Days, weeks, months.

So I was listening to my itunes dj tonight and a bunch of my 周杰倫 songs kept coming up.  That’s when it hit me that I haven’t listened to his songs in a really long time.  As I listened, I remembered Jay’s lovely voice and his carefully crafted songs.  Omgzzz who could NOT love his music, seriously?  His lyrics are the best; they hold so much meaning that it leaves the song poetic.  Sometimes, I really don’t understand how people could HATE 周杰倫.  I mean, on facebook, people make “I hate Jay Chou” groups and talk bad about my Jay. 😦 Let me make it clear: that makes me sick.  If you want to hate Jay, fine.  I can’t do anything about it, but can they at least be a little more mature about it?  One of the Jay hater groups had a picture of Jay without his pants on!  Like, what does that have to do with anything?!  And I absolutely hate when people say they hate him because he’s so ugly.  The last time I checked, beauty is not involved with talent.  Sure it adds more to the package, but you can’t judge a person’s talent through their looks.  It’s not like he’s a model or something.  So what if he doesn’t look like Show Luo or Mike He?  It just pisses me off when people hate someone for no reason.  A little piece of advice: if you’re going to hate someone, have a reason.  *arghhhhhhhh*

Anyways, I love this guy to death…  Sometimes he screws up (the movie Kung Fu Dunk was a no no), and he isn’t exactly the hottest guy in Asia.  But overall, he’s a talented man in modern music.  I love to listen to Show Luo, Nicholas Teo, Wang Leehom, Tank, etc.  However, Jay Chou music beats all of them.  This is simply a fact.  Jay Chou is like the Prince of Asia (well, for now, he’s known as President Chou in Taiwan).  A great guy who makes great music.  Jay Chou.  *sigh* I would love to meet him and go to a concert of his.  Jay Chou 周杰倫 is my life. ❤

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