Where do you get your style? Perhaps you take your style tips from your mom, fashion icons or New York fashion week. Maybe you are still looking to establish your style with the help of books, magazines, and trendy online fashion boutiques. Here are 15 thoughts from men and women who have established their own unique styles.
The 90s introduced us to the internet, and changed the way businesses operate universally. While websites from back in the day look drastically different from today, those old-school sites developed the core fundamentals for what we use today.
Here are 10 design principles that are still just as important today, as they were in the 90s:
He will haunt you in your dreams.
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According to cops, Sauni Misi is lucky his aim isn’t any better. The 5’6”, 325-pound Samoan man from Tacoma allegedly tried to settle a road rage incident with gunfire, with near-tragic results.
Hasbro created and shipped hundreds of different G.I. Joes and Cobras with different names, histories, and specialties from 1982 to the present. That’s a lot of character names to generate, so it’s obvious that not all of them would kick ass (Nemesis Enforcer and Grim Skull come to mind). Perhaps it’s reasonable that a few double entendrés would accidentally slip through, especially in the ’80s when G.I. Joe demand was at its highest.
“The best prank I ever pulled was I told a guy that—five years from now—I’m gonna give you my show. And then when the five years came, I gave it to him, and then I took it back almost instantly.”
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“Thank you for your recent purchase of tickets for The SF Sketchfest Tribute to Conan O’Brien. Unfortunately the event has been cancelled for this Sunday. Conan O’Brien has agreed to be here for a rescheduled date.”
People go nuts after security breaches. ‘Why don’t we start profiling?’ ‘Why don’t we buy full body scanners?’ ‘Why not get air marshals on every flight?’
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Just some small children living it up in tan face. Guidettes are our future.
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All bachelor parties need a soundtrack, just as all bachelor parties will include teary-eyed real bro talk. Here are a few standards that have already made the cut.