9 Problems with Women’s Clothing
And the worst part is that clothing companies do it because they know we’ll still buy their products. But do we have much other choice?
and if you’re fat multiply these difficulties by 9000%
reblogging for the above comment. If you’re fat, multiply the difficulty AND the price.
And if you’re tall as fuck, same … I’m 187 cm…
It’s a BITCH to find well fitting clothes when you’re tall. It’s bullshit. (also I think girls who are paying 30 bucks for bras are still getting off easier than some, I’ll pay twice as much for one in my size)
also materials and good lace cost a fortune
and shoes. It’s really hard to find shoes that look good, are comfortable and last more than one season.
also, if you want something pretty that is neither flat nor has 12 cm heels, there is NOTHING
there is only ugly but comfortable and “how the heck do people even walk in that monstrosity”
it is also SO HARDto find nice fitting clothes that are NOT UGLY when you are short.
since they assume everyone is “model height” if you’re 5’3 like me? you’re doomed. your pants will always be 4 inches too long.
And my mother wonders why I like boy clothes.
She’s baaaack, new album, strange album artwork, a lot of eyeliner.
Had a lot of fun times listening to this girl back in middle school…then again who didn’t?
Whole album available to stream through Spotify
I’ll give this album 3 out of 5 stars.
She finally shows some maturity in this album, despite songs like “Here’s to never growing up” and “rock n’ roll” and “17”. I feel like this album should’ve been her third album, and the songs on that third album should have been split up and put on various other albums. Songs like Let Me Go and Give You What You Like give me hope for her career and her future as a whole. This is the way she should have gone a long time ago.
The main issue I have had with avril lavigne is the fact that I, and others in my generation, grew up with her. And yet, 10 years later, it seemed for the longest time that she hadn’t This album is a good implication that she has and I am so glad to see it.
The Best songs: Let Me Go, Give You What You Want, Hello Heartache, and Falling Fast
Worst Songs: Bad Girl and Hello Kitty. No Avril. Just…..no.
a new one from the “offensive” Eminem. Album artwork consisting of his childhood home…damn he came up.
Full album available to stream through Spotify
To start off, this album is…refreshing. Finally we get Eminem again, being Eminem and not being messed up, overly violent for no real reason, or overly emotional and somewhat annoying. This album is a good follow up to his first LP complete with simple but awesome beats and that flow that we came to love him for in the first place.
The funny thing about this one though, I have to say, is the fact that he seems to have decided to put out two of his worst song for everyone to hear before hearing the album: Berserk and Survival. Both have strong points to them, but other songs are stronger.
Best songs on the album? Love Game feat. Kendrick Lamar, Rhyme or Reason, and Legacy. These three songs sum up the best of eminem’s approaches to the various subjects he brings up in his song. Love Game is humorous and the flow is tight. Rhyme or Reason is bittersweet and uses a sample that is somewhat lighter than what he is talking about, (i’d say what he’s talking about but he talks about a lot). Legacy is more serious, but not in the way that songs on Recovery were. It’s a lot easier to listen to.
Anyway. This album? I’ll give it 4 out of 5 stars. Listen to it. The shit is legit.
Afterword: About him being offensive, particularly Rap God….no…he’s not really being offensive. homophobic? no. He’s eminem. He takes on just about everyone and he always has. It shouldn’t be such a surprise that he’s doing it now. So get off it guys, he adds those lines to add to the song as a whole, not to announce to the world the he hates gays. I mean come on. Sia actually featured on this album, and he worked with P!nk before, and she’s a huge ally.
That’s my two cents
I’m a little too late to critique PRISM by Katy Perry, but my two cents?
Best Song: Foreign Lovers. Worst Song: eh, for the most part they all sound the same
There is nothing disappointing about her album except for the point that there is really no risk. There is nothing more to her songs but pop catchy bubblegum-ness. Every song is perfectly done. Great. Totally awesome. But eh. I wish she had done something…just a little something, that was innovative.
DOES ANYONE REMEMBER THE EPISODE WITH THE ANDROGYNOUS ALIEN WHO WAS ALLOWED TO CHOOSE ITS GENDER WHEN IT CAME OF AGE?
ALL THE BOYS WANTED IT TO BECOME A BOY ALIEN, AND ALL THE GIRLS WANTED IT TO BECOME A GIRL ALIEN, BUT THEN THEY LEARNED THAT THEY WERE BEING HURTFUL BY PRESSURING, SO THEY DECIDED TO ACCEPT THE ALIEN’S DECISION NO MATTER WHAT, BECAUSE IT WASN’T THEIR CHOICE, AND IN THE END THE ALIEN DIDN’T TELL ANYONE? BECAUSE IT WASN’T ANYONE’S BUSINESS?
AND IT WAS ALL PRETTY MUCH THE MOST GROUNDBREAKING NEWS TO ME AS A CHILD?
omg I havent thought of this show in ages!
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Today Google celebrates Shakuntala Devi’s 84th birthday. She was popularly known as the “Human Computer”, was a child prodigy, and mental calculator. She passed away on April 21 2013, she was 83 years old. Her achievements include:
- In 1977 in the USA she competed with a computer to see who could calculate the cube root of 188,132,517 faster (she won). That same year, at the Southern Methodist University she was asked to give the 23rd root of a 201-digit number; she answered in 50 seconds. Her answer—546,372,891—was confirmed by calculations done at the U.S. Bureau of Standards by the Univac 1101 computer, for which a special program had to be written to perform such a large calculation.
- On June 18, 1980, she demonstrated the multiplication of two 13-digit numbers 7,686,369,774,870 × 2,465,099,745,779 picked at random by the Computer Department of Imperial College, London. She correctly answered 18,947,668,177,995,426,462,773,730 in 28 seconds. This event is mentioned in the 1982 Guinness Book of Records.
- In 1977, she wrote The World of Homosexuals, the first study of homosexuality in India.
Happy birthday Shakuntala!
Also from wiki:
In 1977, she wrote The World of Homosexuals, the first study of homosexuality in India. In the documentary For Straights Only, she says that her interest in the topic came out of her marriage to a homosexual man and subsequent desire to look at homosexuality more closely in order to understand it.
The book, considered “pioneering”, features interviews with two young Indian homosexual men, a male couple in Canada seeking legal marriage, a temple priest who explains his views on homosexuality, and a review of the existing literature on homosexuality. It ends with a call for decriminalising homosexuality, and “full and complete acceptance—not tolerance and not sympathy”.
There is a cloud underneath my rib cage
I feel as though I’m levitating an inch or two from the ground
I am your big strong behr
But I’m butter in your hands
Being with you feels like running through the trees
Of a sequoia forest
I will look up to you forever
Strain my eyes…
But I will never see your top, you’re limitless…
…I’ll never reach your top
I’m only levitating an inch or two from the ground
You can try all you want to fluff that cloud under my rib cage
But it won’t get any better
I am your big strong behr
But without you I’m not big or strong or a behr.