I appreciate the sentiment here but I think targeting Land’s End is unfair as they are obviously not the only company to do this.
I can just imagine them saying: “Let’s pose for a picture together! The internet will EXPLODE.”
Neville, let me slytherin your pants. (I’m sorry.)
I watched that chocolate gif more times than I’d like to admit.
Avery Jessup. Bow down, peasants.
I don’t understand why people revine and like these horrible videos. Vine is full of idiots doing cruel, ignorant things for the sake of likes. The crazy thing is - they get the likes and revines (attention) that they’re after. It’s sick.
As per usual, many are arguing that the book is always better than the film. It’s unfair to compare the two mediums as they are completely different, IMHO. It’s hard not to, though. I get that. But please realize it’s called an adaptation for a reason.
The high-rise tennis picture makes my legs weak.
Where were Kourt and Khlo?
No Chromeo so this list is completely invalid.
Such a gorgeous dress - wow. For a gorgeous girl! Love her positive outlook.
Via Facebook message (I knew this guy - wasn’t a stranger):
“hey how are ya? it’s been a long time.
sometime, i was just wondering if you’d like to have sex.”
100% agree. Almond milk forever<3
Konstantine by Something Corporate!
Still don’t understand/can’t cope with the fact that John Karsinski isn’t married to Jenna Fischer…
I think they’re implying it’s embarrassing because you’re supposed to say “I’m doing WELL” (not doing GOOD, as that is improper). Pretty much everyone says “good” though now so I’d say it’s really not THAT much of a social faux pas.
Same. It’s not embarrassing (at least that’s what I’m telling myself).
Can’t trust anyone with two first names.
Of course, there are outliers/exceptions to any generalization. I’m not ignorant about that. There are some mean comments on any article, that’s for sure. There will always be at least one jerk. My point is that people are quicker to thin-shame than to fat-shame IMHO. A “bigger” woman in a boudoir photo shoot is likely to receive comments saying how amazing and confident she is (re: http://www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/impossibly-sexy-boudoir-photo-poses).. but women like this get told to eat more. Also, people are quick to say that these types of women aren’t “real women” because they lack curves. If you have a vagina/identify as a female, you are a real woman. It IS hurtful to get told to eat more and accused of an eating disorder. I speak from experience. It is not a compliment no matter what. For example, at Easter with my boyfriend’s family on Sunday I couldn’t stay for dinner because I had to go to see my family. Someone said “oh well, more for us!” to which a woman said “like she eats much anyways” under her breath to someone else, but I heard it. I am 5’8” and 130 pounds so I’m not emaciated by any means. Those comments are just as hurtful.
90% of these comments are rudely judging them for being so thin. Do they have an eating disorder? I don’t know and neither do you. If they were heavy set women, I doubt there would be comments saying “Wow, they’re so fat they have an (over)-eating disorder! They need to eat LESS.” Think before you speak (type).
Could not have said it better myself.
I think they mean the East Coast desperately wants In-N-Out - it is confusing, I’ll give you that. I’m from the East Coast, though, and I can verify that I’ve only had In-N-Out in California.
Culver’s FTW. I worked out in Missouri for 5 months and it was the only part I enjoyed. I’m from/live in Philly so no Culver’s for me :(
Lol I start like 40% of my sentences to my boyfriend like that! Yesterday he said “Is BuzzFeed the source of EVERYTHING you know?” …probably.