This post has been a long time coming, because I’ve actually had it for two months now. Lucifer is currently sitting on my bookshelf at home; I actually shoved it under the bed when I got it.. and did not remove it until the last day I was at home for winter break. Why? I was pretty embarrassed at my fangirlyness at actually spending monies to get something like this. I couldn’t even tell my mom what the package was.
People who know me say I’m a definite SHINee Stan, and a major kpop addict.. while on this blog I vehemently decry such descriptions. It depends, I think a big part of being a Stan is spending obsessive amounts of time on the fandom, and you don’t see me doing Photoshop edits on tumblr, do you? Well, I changed my Facebook profile picture to me holding the Jonghyun signature, and then changed it back to a gelato within a week. The gelato has been my profile picture for probably 3 months running (nonconsecutive). So, I probably am more of a Grom Stan rather than SHINee Stan. Right.
Was buying it worth it? When I first looked at it, I was just blown away that all five of them touched it. Silly, but that was the fangirl talking. Then I looked at the album, very pretty artwork, one of the best, artistically, kpop concepts of 2010. Then, after the first initial glow, I just stuffed it back under the bed. Verdict: It was somewhat worth it. It may be the ‘closest’ I ever get to SHINee, and it’s a good memento, but really, it hasn’t made my life better knowing I have something SHINee touched. Rather, it’s sort of depressing, because it’s a testament to my fangirlyness.
Enjoy! I didn’t take pictures of all the pages, but all the signed pages, definitely.