Can I have this made into a calendar?
Why would you post something like this? You monster!
Ok.. Where am I supposed to wear that?
But mostly just..
Ain’t nobody got time for that
I was an exchange student in South Korea for 4 months. This is what I learned: 1. Don’t neglect your studies.. Try to organize your courses so you have more time to travel on the weekends and complete all your coursework on workday if possible..(At first It may be difficult, but
once It becomes a routine you won’t feel the pain anymore) 2. Try to relax once in a while. You don’t have to pack every day full of activities. Try to explore as much as you can, but remember to relax. 3. Talk to anyone you meet. Try to get to know as many people as possible. You will feel lonely if you don’t have people to rely on and you can’t always expect that people back home are available. Many of those people won’t become your friends but some will.(Some may even be closer to you than people you may have known for years back home) Still It’s nice to have acquaintances and learn all kinds of things about their country and culture. 4. You will spend lots of money. Start saving now and make sure your family can lend you some. But most importantly write down how much you spend. Buying a few midnight snacks every evening may feel like small sum, but It adds up.
Slytherin in this and Pottermore
To have perfect looking skin: DO NOT PAIN IT ON LIKE A MASK.
Apply different amounts of product and use different shades on certain areas to your face.
When you have imperfections deal with overall tone with thin layer and hide the spots with concealer and blend it out. DO NOT CAKE ON MORE FOUNDATION ON THE AREAS THAT NEED CONCEALER. This makeup tutorial is great for that:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNTsDJ7KGuk And also I love these makeup artists :
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQ0f_g2mQlLfa9N8ETZKkuU1iqxnIHfJM I know.. Its all Korean, but they offer great tips for hooded eyes and overall skincare+ makeup.
Response to What’s Your Funniest Pee Horror Story?:
I was 10 years old and asked my teacher if I could go to the bathroom. She said no…
What happened next was one of the most embarrassing moments of my life. It was in the middle of a test so I was trying to concentrate while sawing my hips like people in the Hawaii chair commercial. It felt like eternity and I kept looking at the teacher with eyes full of despair. Then I could not hold it anyone and let a little bit out thinking I could hide the little area with a sweater and that It would relieve some of the pain. It didn’t help and soon a whole flood came and there was a loud splash as it finally dipped down my chair.
I saw my teachers horrified expression and finished my test. Later I made up a lie that I fell in a puddle and had to wash this exact area in the bathroom. Not sure if anyone beveled it, but I didn’t get teased because of it..
Response to The Best And Worst Movie “Guilty Pleasures”:
I love 200 pounds beauty no matter what others think >_<
Response to 37 Ways You Know You Went To Public School:
#21 We had this English speaking test in 3rd grade and my teacher announced that she cant give us an A because she could only give A:s to native speakers. How is that even possible when you teach English as a SECOND language in a place where its not even mandatory to learn English.
Blue did take part in 2011 and it IS some kind of boyband
I would love to have matching Susuwatari tattoos whit someone :)