you will :-)
you will :-)
Wow, Tina Fey is one lucky lady!
Future salon requests:
“Can I get the Harry?”
Kate Winslet? Yeah? No?
Very true! Feel a little silly now for saying anything, but just wanted to share my experience as others (even though it was just for a small period of time) have done as well. It really still baffles me this is a daily occurrence for so many people of all races.
I’ve had some of this happen to me with a co-worker a few years ago, I won’t say the race since I feel like it’s irrelevant now and because it was just one individual but she would use the ‘rich white girl’ card in my face allll the time. for example,
“can you lend me 5 dollars so I can buy my kids milk; you’re white, you have it.” Or, ‘oh, is that new?…, but your parents are white, they must buy you everything.’ …Awkward since my father died and my mother was a single parent working a minimum wage job (as was I). Talked to a few different co-workers (of ALL racial backgrounds) and they would have similar issues with her as well.
Still bothers me to this day -_-. Just shows racism is real and comes in all shapes, sizes, and colors.
(she got fired for stealing if anyone cares to know what happened).
This photo is only appropriate…
…Guess I know what course I’ll be taking next semester
Just bough some skyr (siggi’s) at the grocery store monday…
IMO better than greek yogurt and soo much lower in sugar (9gs for vanilla) too.
This is so sad. There needs to be action on so many different issues that it seems NO ONE wants to be accountable for (gun reform, mental health…) Something needs to be done and just not be brushed off like every other shooting. Makes me not want to become a teacher because of fear of being gunned down and just home-school my daughter. Obviously not going to let fear get in the way of things but it does put a damper and many uneasy feelings into perspective if these tragedies are not taken seriously soon!
It should of never been taken down (there is far WORSE and explicit things on IG) but I don’t think I’ll ever know why it’s such a ‘thing’ now to post a half nakie butt pic online. Why!? This whole ‘selfie’ thing doesn’t seem like it’s a fat vs thin vs toned vs flabby thing, it’s seems it’s like a woman vs woman (and man vs man) thing. Maybe I just don’t care about what other woman look like? I don’t know- don’t get it why people do it in the first place.
Kind of want to see what my daughter will look like cartoon-ized.
This is sad, especially where most of these women (Idk who donatella is) have had children. Your body may not ever be the same as it once was…and you should embrace it! Be a healthy and happy role model for your kids, not some 20-30 year old acting like a tween. This is coming from someone who just had a child and trying to find my happy-medium with my body image but I don’t plan on photoshopping my hospital pictures with me holding her to look thinner. Plus, having wider hips look faaabbbulous
I got nothing, and I plan on keeping it that way.
Not only is it rude, disgusting and pathetic, it is scary and leaves you vulnerable with no power, especially when they get up close and personal to you. I remember when I was 14 and living in South Fla (back when they had that slew of child abductions within a few months time span) I was walking with a friend in a not-so-nice part of town to get to the mall when a group of men, from across the street started yelling at us. We obviously ignored, and my friend who had a little bit of a mouth on her said something back, they decided to throw beer bottles at us and one proceeded to cross the street all while yelling ‘YOU BETTER RUN.’
And it can happen anywhere. Not just in the sketchy parts of town, but another instance (and most terrifying) was the beach a few years back where I currently live now in Mass. I was with a close friend of mine walking back to my car that was parked in a public spot (i believe it was a friday night in the summer so it was pretty busy) and a group of men (maybe 3 or 4) come up to us, surround us in a circle and proceed to say things like ‘what are you doing tonight? me?’ and ‘you’re so beautiful, where do you wanna go?’ we’re trying to walk away, and they’re still following us while still in the same circle as before. I finally said “sorry but I have a boyfriend” so they decided to call me a c*nt (fat one) and that my boyfriend doesn’t love me anyways.
It leaves you almost helpless because you want to punch these bastards in the face or kick them in the balls but at the same time afraid for what the repercussions might be. The power that they have over you just from thinking the what-ifs are more frightening than from the words that are said.
Just had my first daughter… Came as a shock as I found out 7 1/2 months in with no signs or symptoms other than the fact I gained weight (more so towards the end; I only took a test because two people within a day asked me when my due date was) and I chose to formula feed rather than breast. Some people at work (including one person who also formula fed) just judged me when they asked. Why even ask? It’s like they’re looking for you to say something different so they can put their two cents in.
thought those were bodies. all i saw was fake blonde hair.
1) Kraft mac and cheese (prepare as directions say)
2) throw in 4-5 slices of yellow american cheese; broken up
3) a few shakes of mustard powder.
4) kosher salt and some pepper to taste (also add a little more milk if its too thick) best mac ever. you’re welcome, world.