Avocados from Florida are gross, though. :/ Californian ones taste better.
Avocados from Florida are gross, though. :/ Californian ones taste better.
This was amazing. Never, ever getting waxed myself, though. I will just stick to watching videos like this and giggling.
tbh I wish the pumpkin spice toothpaste and deodorant existed!
I’m 32, and I will always giggle at the sex advice in Cosmo, because it’s absurd.
According to this, I guess I’m not a woman. But it also suggests I was never a girl, either. Meh.
Same. Kids are great. Don’t want to raise any of my own, but they’re hilarious. It’s the parents I occasionally can’t stand.
Enjoy your life, childfree? Marriage doesn’t automatically mean babies. :) Married nearly 8 years, no plans to ever have kids.
Books are for the whole year!
Nope. I’m bisexual, and I can assure you that I exist.
And if you’ve ever had eye problems like blepharitis in the past, it’s definitely better to stick to non-waterproof stuff (and be sure to remove it at the end of the day). Less chance of it clogging your eyelash pores and causing a flare up.
Nope! I don’t think my husband and I have, either.
Kids are great, but they aren’t for everyone. If you think your life choices are perfect for every other person on the planet, then you’re the immature one. I have yet to meet a childfree woman past the age of fertility who regrets her choice, in spite of the fact that I frequent childfree communities. I would rather regret not having children than regret having them. Also, why only mention women? There are childfree men as well. Most people who opt out of parenthood have put a lot of thought into their choice. Sometimes it seems like they spend more time thinking about whether it’s right for them than people who choose to have kids, tbh. As for why I opened the article… the clickbait headline lured me in. My thoughts went something like, “isn’t it supposed to be the kid that makes the whole thing worth it? What kind of magical photos are these?” I absolutely understand why a parent would want the photos, but seeing them didn’t make me feel broody or change my mind. It’s not for me. Knowing myself well enough to say that isn’t immature or selfish.
I’m so sorry for your loss.
Good luck with starting your own business! I hope it works out for you. :)
Your experience of being a woman is not universal to everyone. A lot of us have experienced this stuff. We aren’t making ourselves inferior by admitting it. And you certainly aren’t helping things by saying because you haven’t noticed sexism, other women must be victimising themselves.
A… a holiday every month? What holiday is that? Crampsmas? No, many of us get to either work through the pain or, if we’re one of the unlucky ones with cramps so bad they make us vomit, call in too often and risk setting our careers back. Women SHOULD get paid maternity leave, but as others have pointed out, in the US at least, they don’t. And I’m all in favour of men getting some paid paternity leave as well. Where I live (the UK), mothers and fathers can opt to split the leave between them. If you think opting to call in because of period cramps is really a holiday, I have an experiment for you. Punch yourself in the balls as hard as you can, then stay home from work that day. Let me know if it feels like a vacation.
Oh. Step one is make enough money to buy a bigger house. Okay. :/
I bet you’re loads of fun at parties.
Yes, but they are taxed because they’re viewed as a non-essential item. Which is ridiculous.
I can never relate to these things. My mom stopped doing my laundry when I was 13. Definitely wouldn’t have to hide it from her if I moved back in.
Orange is the New Black was ROBBED.
I would watch the hell out of all of these.
I thought you were done talking to a baby murderer like me? I don’t believe in God. Thank goodness there is separation of church and state, so your religion has no say in what happens to my body.
Here’s one for you, Kara:
If ___ wondering, Buzzfeed.
Yeah. It’s A.
Which one had a British spelling marked as incorrect? I live in the UK, and I didn’t notice that.
Some of these things are great for your skin (avocado, honey, oatmeal), but you should never put orange juice, lemon, or baking soda on your face.
“gotten” is an Americanism. The sentence is correct in UK English.
Female here, and I fully intend to keep wearing t-shirts (I’m 32). I expect my husband will do the same. And we will regret nothing. :P
lmao. Okay, bye. But first, fyi: science doesn’t actually agree with you, if you think a fetus feels pain during an abortion. http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/06/science-house-abortion-ban-fetal-pain I don’t think it’s acceptable to murder and torture babies, as a baby is not the same thing as a fetus. A baby can feel pain. A baby can survive outside his/her mother’s body. The world is overpopulated enough. I value the people who are already here—including babies. I value the mental well-being of women who are forced to become mothers because their birth control failed or they were raped or they made a mistake or any other reason. Every child should be a wanted child.
And what of children born into poverty? Do you offer their parents support, or do you only care about those kids when they’re a bundle of cells being incubated in someone else’s body? Do you care more about their “right to life” than their quality of life? What of women whose lives are put at risk by pregnancy? If they die, the fetus dies with them. What of couples who desperately want a child, but find out late in their pregnancy that something is wrong—that their baby will live a few hours, at most, and those hours will be filled with excruciating pain? What of women who carry the offspring of their rapist? It is not a child. It is a potential child that relies on someone else’s body to survive. All women should have the right to say no, I will not be put through nine months of pregnancy. It is THEIR body being used. It requires their consent. There is no shame in having an abortion.
It’s not a child. And it’s also not your business.
I wouldn’t want to be in a relationship with anyone who pesters me for sex after I say I’m not in the mood or too tired or whatever. Nope. That is a surefire sign they don’t respect me. Being in a relationship doesn’t mean doing what the other person wants regardless of how you feel about it. Healthy relationships involve compromise and understanding.
My whole house is full of IKEA stuff, and I’ve not once needed a drill.
I wanted the couple who had been together for 10 years to lose. They were insufferably smug.
Bacon. Nope. I’m a vegetarian. I thought bacon was ok before I went veggie, but I don’t understand the current obsession with it.
Oh gosh, you would hate my bookcases. Not coded by anything—not even colour. Just shoved in wherever they fit.
Children only make your life if what you want out of life is to have children. There’s nothing wrong with not wanting to pursue that path. Doesn’t mean your life is any less meaningful.
Ugh, same. If only there was a miracle cleaning product to permanently remove him from my sight.
Lol, not surprising. The first incarnation of the Life in the UK test was crammed with errors. You got marks off for giving the correct answer rather than what was in the official study guide.
Yep, they would. It’s actually improved since I took the test a few years back. I had to memorise a bunch of numbers, like what percentage of the population are this religion, how many are that one, etc. I promptly forgot everything needed for the exam once I passed. It was basically a glorified language test to make sure I spoke English. And English is my native language, so…
I’m not surprised. MyHermes pays their delivery people not an hourly wage, but per parcel they deliver.