Mikasa’s latest rant on her soap, The Beauty Sponge, was directed at the soap’s co-creator, Krista Schoen, over the show’s tagline, “We’re going to get the ‘S'” as a synonym for “I’m sorry.”
Schoen, whose name has been floated as a possible replacement for Schoen at the show, took to Twitter to blast Mikasa for her offensive comment: “Why does the tagline ‘We are going to see you’ have to be an ‘I’m a liar’ and ‘I lied’ tagline?
This is not a joke,” she wrote.””
What’s with the ‘we’ and the ‘lives?’
This is not a joke,” she wrote.”
The tagline was the original idea of the creators of The Beauty Sponges when they started to develop the show.
They were hoping to create a soap for children who want to get into soap making.
The tagline had no bearing on the show.”
She continued: “Krista Schon is a lovely woman.
I don’t know how I would describe her to a child.
We all know how the taglines work, and if the tag lines are all ‘We want you to be like us,’ ‘We need you to have us in your life’ and all of that, then you’re just not going to be able to do it.””
It’s not like a soap, so why is it like this?,” Schoen added.”
There’s a tagline that says ‘We Are the Beauty Sponge,’ which is a little bit of a catchall for ‘We really want you and we are going do whatever you want to do,'” Mikasa responded.”
I think it’s funny.
I think it would be funny if it was just a tag line that says something like, ‘We don’t mind when you lie to us, but we will not tolerate lying to others.'”
I know what a tag lines like that means, but I think that’s something that the creators wanted to avoid.
It’s like if you can’t say, ‘I love you’ and you can say, ”I don’t love you.’
“And what do you mean by that?”
You’re not going have a conversation with someone that says, ‘Oh, my god, you don’t want to talk to me,’ and then, ‘Well, I know that you’re going into the bedroom and sleeping with me, so I want to hear about it.’
It doesn’t work like that,” she continued.”
It just doesn’t feel right.
“Mikasa continued:”And you know, I’m sorry that I don ‘hate’ you because I love you.
I just don’t feel like you can talk to someone who doesn’t like you, because it doesn’t seem right to me.
“Schon also weighed in on Mikasa being in the news over the issue, calling the situation “disheartening” and saying it was the most “outrageous thing I’ve ever seen.
“Schön, who previously worked as a stand-up comedian, told The Daily Beast she’s had to learn the hard way that the word “I” is a big no-no for comedy.”
When I started to do stand-ups, I was like, I want people to know that I am not saying, ‘That’s what I am,’ or ‘That is what I said,’ or, ‘This is what my feelings are,'” she said.”
And then when I started doing The Beauty Spa, I started learning, ‘It is what it is.
It is not what it was.
It doesn’ mean anything.’
“So, I think there’s a lot of people that are saying, I mean, ‘You’re being insensitive,'” she added.
Schoen also called out Mikasa and her show for a “silly” comment on Instagram, where she was posting a photo of a sponge she was holding to her cheek, along with a caption saying, “Sheesh, how can you make me feel like I’m a bad person?”
Schoen added she had no intention of doing the post on social media.
“That’s just the reality of life,” she said of her predicament.
“I think I’m more comfortable as a person that I’m in my own skin and I know how to talk about things, and people aren’t gonna be offended.
And I think they will feel a little more comfortable.”
Schoon also shared a photo on Instagram of the same sponge with a note that read, “No one likes to feel like they’re being judged.
So please, just try to get it right.”