hurricane penus

oh my god

oh my god


what is air

he knew. 

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Tohoshinki’s “The Secret Code” cracked!

(It’s come to my attention that Cassies are geniuses.)

At the end of hidden track “9096”, the last six seconds from 2:09 to 2:15 was deemed to have a special message. This same message, when played backwards, turns from incoherent mumbling to something in Korean. Cassies say what he says is “A person like you is unable to understand me” or “Someone like you can’t hear my story.” The point is, it’s in Korean when the album is Japanese. Fans speculate that the song itself, both 9095 and 9096 are about Jaejoong’s life or something of the sort. Moving on.

In the pictures at the top, please also refer to your cell phones. Preferably one with a 12-button keyboard. If you look at the title picture, the code is 6 5 0 8 4.

First off, 6 + 5 = 11 + 0 = 11 + 8 = 19 + 4 = 23. 2 + 3 = 5.

If you have your cellphone, observe the numbers, please.

1 2 3

4 5 6

8 9

* 0 #

A “T” for “Tohoshinki” is formed!

In the second picture above, the numbers are as follows: 3 1 0 2 5 8

Refer to your cell phones again.

1 2 3

5 6

8 9

* 0 #

Another “T” has presented! However, you might notice Yoochun has a 7 above his head. Therefore, added to the previous phone reference, a “T” is not formed. IN THE ACTUAL CD PACKET the version of the second picture with the 7 above his head does not actually include the 7 - the top of the picture was CROPPED. So Tohoshinki probably did intend for the two codes to create a “T”.

So, let’s see how they line up in order.

Secret Code 1: 0 1 2 3 5 7 8

Secret Code 2: 0 4 5 6 8

If we put these together they create the sequence:

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

You can see that there is no 9 or 10. Keep this fresh in your mind. Numbers 0, 5, and 8 are used twice in these two sequences. Combine these with 9 and 10, the unused numbers. 0 5 8 9 10 is produced.

Putting the unused 9 in front of both 0 and 5 we can make ‘9095’, the title of Jaejoong’s song.

Still left are 8 and 10. Let’s put the 9 together with that 8 like we did the other numbers. Added together, it is 17. Take away the unused 10 and you have 7. There’s that 7 that was cropped out in the booklet. But what do 7 and 9095 have to do with each other? Simple. ‘9095’ is the seventh track on the album.

Damnit, I think we Cassies are really getting this. The original source is off of a deactivated naver blog - I wish I could get the link but it just says it’s deactivated. Anyways, thought I should share this.


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i’m gonna pose like that at all my friends’ weddings


i’m gonna pose like that at all my friends’ weddings

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— 5 days ago with 1611 notes

just another typical day for f(x)’s leader, victoria.

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— 6 days ago with 686 notes

k.will - please don’t ending reactions
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— 6 days ago with 6716 notes

at smtown ‘12, with changmin’s long note in h.o.t.’s “hope” and yunho’s cheer of support from across the stage. even after changmin’s note, yunho watched changmin, literally speechless and smiling for a few moments.


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— 1 month ago with 711 notes



Some kpop groups are so dumb, I forget that they’re actually talented.


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