#20 I nearly died.
#20 I nearly died.
San Diego is AWFUL! Don’t move here.
#14 got me in the feels.
#6 I just want to hug it and protect it from all harm. I’m conflicted - I feel bad for that little kitten even though it’s so cute ;(
I don’t know about you, but I order snakebites here in California. We also have a lot of farmers markets.
Yeaaaah…I wouldn’t pay that much for a purse/backpack/bag.
D’aww. Stories like this give me fuzzy happy feelings.
My older brother and sister told me that eggplants were alien heads. I would freak out and cry. They would run after me with a eggplant every time we went to the grocery store. Every time. Also, my mom (who is the sweetest little thing) would tell me that when you blew on the dandelions, the floating seeds would get stuck in your eye and could blind you. I’ve blown on them with my eyes closed since then. She also told me that crows poke your eyes out and eat them. I hate crows.
Squeee! Shun is ridiculously cute and looks like such a happy little doggie.
Thanks :) Yes - it is a coincidence. It’s a bit egocentric to assume they want to look Westernized when they clearly say that it’s not the goal. If they wanted to look white, then the ‘after’ surgery pictures would look drastically different. They want to have certain features that are still more predominant in Asians - smaller faces, chins. If they wanted to be white, they they could easily look like that with surgery. However, they still look Asian post surgery…just more streamlined/enhanced.
I also want to express my annoyance at Buzzfeed articles saying South Korean’s ideal of beauty is Westernized. I am not Korean but I can see that the goal is the Korean ideal of beauty…not an effort to look Caucasian/white. Yes, they have bigger eyes, but a double eyelid and bigger eyes can be found on many Asians naturally. The white skin has been considered more beautiful in Asian cultures for a very, very long time….way before it could be considered a Western influence. Is it wrong that young girls want to have surgery? Maybe/yes/no. While it is alarming that women [all over the world] are bombarded with images of the ideal beauty - it’s NOT going to disappear anytime soon. So that pressure to look a certain way will continue to be there.
Ultimately, though, it’s their decision. I don’t want surgery but I won’t sit here and tell other people that they can’t or shouldn’t do it. They have a culture that seems to embrace surgery in a way that may be foreign to others. I’ve seen surgery described (by S. Koreans) as something akin to using makeup to make yourself look/feel prettier. Many women have extensive hair/makeup/beauty rituals and this is seen as an extension of that.
#37 is awesome! Nothing bad about it imo.
What I learned: Becks makes anything and everything look good.
I think everyone got Miranda. We got trolled =/
This was directly referring to the unisex shirt ads for men vs. women. Obviously, they do have racier ads for their women’s clothing but that’s not perspective they are talking about in this article.
Also #21. My childhood is weeping.
So many feels! Brb…need to go clean up my makeup.
So many happy emotions
She is beautiful and I like the fact that they didn’t photoshop her to make her look slimmer. I won’t debate the whole ‘she’s too small to be plus size’ vs. ‘she is plus size in the modeling world’ thing. She looks great no matter how her size is perceived by others.
#8 is super creepy