An open letter to Yul Kwon

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Dear Yul,

I know that you are now one of the great Asian American faces of today - and please know that I having nothing but happiness for you in your newfound celebrity and what you’re doing with it.

But I do have a favor to ask.

Just a tiny one.

Could you maybe tone it down a bit?

I mean I think it’s great what you’ve done and how you’re trying to be this great symbol of an Asian American man - but have you really thought about the rest of us who don’t have chiseled faces and can’t pull off the “Look at me in my robe while I lay back on the couch” sexified look?

I mean I know some people like yourself have this innate quality of good looks, brains, and personality, but maybe you don’t have to smile so much and wear tank tops that show off your muscles that I know *sigh* you don’t work out to get.

I mean I get it - it’s not your fault -

you’re just built that way….

you were blessed….

….blah blah blah blah blah………

But could you at least try to keep your shirt on?

I mean do you have to set the bar so high for the rest of us?

Can’t you pack on a few extra beer and nacho pounds or something?



I appreciate you listening.

Good luck and all the best.

I’ll see you in hell.

I mean around.

Well probably not.

Please cover your nipples.