oh lol! dont worry, the tv show is okay. but once you watch it, you tend to get hooked on it lol! ahh yes his eyebrows makes it more mysterious looking i think. Ouu! i realized you really into james mcavoy :P
I adore the fuck out of James McAvoy :D It is slightly ridiculous.
Maybe I’ll pick up TVD this break. But more likely I’ll just be gaming the whole time haha.
The other day I found myself standing in front of a rack of princess costumes at the Disney Store. We set out to find a last minute costume for Baby E, and the lady at the Sunglass Hut directed us there after we failed to find the pop-up Halloween store in the mall. “They have a ton of princess…
I don’t like Twilight. I don’t like Kristen Stewart. And yet I was nodding along to every paragraph of this post.
I wear high heels. I’m probably that girl who cakes on too much make-up. My favorite color is pink, and when I was little I absolutely owned a pair of jeans with little sequin hearts glued on.
And when I look at the impossible standards women are held up to, I feel angry. I also feel scared.
Because hidden by my heels are thick-ass calluses on my feet, and under my make-up is oily, bad skin. When I’m caught up in a book or game I can’t be bothered to shower. Sometimes—often, if college is kicking my ass just that hard—I go out in shorts that’s more than a decade old and baggy t-shirts with ragged seams. I’m definitely not as funny as I think I am.
And it took me a long, long time to figure out that this is perfectly fine. And honestly, I figured it out mostly by myself.
Because when Britney Spears dares to be in public with greasy hair, she’s white trash. Because Susan Boyle wowed the world with her voice largely because people could not believe that someone that ugly could sound that angelic. Because Victoria Beckham wore heels even while pregnant.
So way to go, Kristen Stewart. Thank you for existing. I’m not a fan of yours, but I’m so, so glad other girls are.
“In Rome a vagina is una fica, a term deriving from the fig, a great thing, a delightful gift, a ribboned fruit. Among young Romans, the expression fica is a way to convey something extraordinarily good, akin to “cool.” They even make it into a superlative—fichissimo, meaning that something is the “cuntest” and very good indeed. Una fica is not only a sexually attractive woman, it is anything worthy of possession or experience. Imagine an American guy saying: “Wow, that is so vagina!” You can’t.”—