Response to What Weird Food Habits Did You Have Growing Up?:
I used to (and still do) put salt on my ice cream/in my cereal or on anything “too sweet”. In fact, I would salt my candy bars at Halloween and my birthday cake too! Also, dipping carrots in peanut butter; eating popcorn with milk in the morning as cereal; and, something that makes me gag now, an “unwich”- 2 slices of balogna, 2 slice of cheese in the middle, drowning in mustard.
I need at least 4 more hours of this.
My pastor caught me making out backstage after sermon with my then-boyfriend. I still can’t look him in the eyes.
I love this. If someone feels comfortable in what they’re wearing, especially plus size women, that should be celebrated. Who cares if you don’t like it? You’re not wearing it, and you don’t have to read the article or look at the pictures or whatever. Sure, I wouldn’t wear some of these, but I’m gonna back these people on wearing whatever they love, regardless of size. Also, for those of you complaining about a lack of diversity in size but the hashtag being bodycon4all. The point of that hashtag is to encourage people who are often told not to wear anything too tight, never to wear bodycon, stay away from spandex, simply because of their size, to wear it if they want to. If you don’t like it, yet again, get over it.
Response to Anne Hathaway Can’t Win:
I don’t think the problem is Anne Hathaway, and whether or not she tries too hard or not enough. (And, personally, I adore Anne Hathaway. She is consistently one of my favorite actresses. I find her refreshing, in that to me she doesn’t seem to try at anything than being herself, which is a breath of fresh air contrasted with every other actor or actress trying to come across as “edgy”)
Anyway, I think the problem is that we, as people, want to put other into neatly packaged boxes. Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Poehler, and other actresses like them fit the “funny edgy girl”, and others like Zoe Deschanel for the “indie quirky” girls. Ms. Hathaway is just pleasant, and doesn’t try to be anything other than that. That’s what bothers people.
Response to What’s Your Favorite Parenting Hack?:
I always keep little Lego mini-figure key chains on my key ring. If we ever get stuck waiting for a while somewhere, I can give these to my little guy, and he’ll entertain himself for a good 20 minutes at least! Has definitely staved off plenty of massive temper tantrums.
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