Wednesday April 16, 2014 at 11:08

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What in the sam hell kind of 1950s-ass bullshit is this lady’s razor commercial?

Friday April 11, 2014 at 16:34

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Wait, are girls just dressing like babies now?

Wait, are girls just dressing like babies now?

Friday April 04, 2014 at 16:30

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oldloves:

Geena Davis & Jeff Goldblum

oldloves:

Geena Davis & Jeff Goldblum

This post was reblogged from thewhitesade.

Friday April 04, 2014 at 15:59

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Shout out to Aerie for doing the damn thing. The American Eagle underwear and swim brand is actually not retouching any of their models after they said they wouldn’t be retouching any of their models. Read all about it if you haven’t already.
You really don’t realize just how airbrushed everything that comes across our eyes is. I don’t know about y’all, but I’m always like o_O when I watch the news in HD…because I forgot what people’s faces actually look like. I saw this totally normal fold in this skinny girl’s stomach (above) and my first thought was, “Is there something wrong with her?” NO, YOUR STOMACH SMUSHES TOGETHER WHEN YOU SIT DOWN. 
Also, shout out to me for e-shopping at Aerie, a store for 15-year-olds. 

Shout out to Aerie for doing the damn thing. The American Eagle underwear and swim brand is actually not retouching any of their models after they said they wouldn’t be retouching any of their models. Read all about it if you haven’t already.

You really don’t realize just how airbrushed everything that comes across our eyes is. I don’t know about y’all, but I’m always like o_O when I watch the news in HD…because I forgot what people’s faces actually look like. I saw this totally normal fold in this skinny girl’s stomach (above) and my first thought was, “Is there something wrong with her?” NO, YOUR STOMACH SMUSHES TOGETHER WHEN YOU SIT DOWN. 

Also, shout out to me for e-shopping at Aerie, a store for 15-year-olds. 

Friday April 04, 2014 at 11:03

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Rudimental feat. Emeli Sande | Free

(Source: Spotify)

Friday April 04, 2014 at 10:22

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This post was reblogged from Beyoncé | I Am.

Wednesday April 02, 2014 at 16:31

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Today while I was home sick, I unearthed the original monologue from Beyonce’s “***Flawless.”

Thursday March 27, 2014 at 18:25

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Buying 365 of these immediately so I have a fresh one for every day of the year.

Buying 365 of these immediately so I have a fresh one for every day of the year.

Tuesday March 25, 2014 at 16:26

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“When I was 20, I thought that everybody was talking about me. When I was 40, I said I don’t care that everybody is talking about me. When I turned 60, I realized that nobody was talking about me.”

— Unsung hero Kathie Lee Gifford

(Source: bravotv.com)

Sunday March 23, 2014 at 21:37

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My dad and his new yellow plastic glasses are leading the normcore movement in a bold and fearless direction.

My dad and his new yellow plastic glasses are leading the normcore movement in a bold and fearless direction.

Thursday March 20, 2014 at 22:27

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I get a fair number of emails from young ladies who are about to enter the work force asking me about my ~career path.~ Maybe it looks pretty cool from where you’re sitting, wee Millennials. But I got a long way to go until I reach my goal of CEO at Sitting on a Yacht All Day as My Money Works for Me, Inc.
Here’s a photo of the desk I left Chicago for, six years after I graduated school. This was my first workspace in New York, at a big, fancy TV channel/pop culture zeitgeist. I didn’t get a neighbor for about six months.
Just a reminder to all y’all youngins out there walking around like people owe you shit. Keep your head down and get to work.

I get a fair number of emails from young ladies who are about to enter the work force asking me about my ~career path.~ Maybe it looks pretty cool from where you’re sitting, wee Millennials. But I got a long way to go until I reach my goal of CEO at Sitting on a Yacht All Day as My Money Works for Me, Inc.

Here’s a photo of the desk I left Chicago for, six years after I graduated school. This was my first workspace in New York, at a big, fancy TV channel/pop culture zeitgeist. I didn’t get a neighbor for about six months.

Just a reminder to all y’all youngins out there walking around like people owe you shit. Keep your head down and get to work.

Wednesday March 19, 2014 at 13:28

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"Believe it or not, I still get a bit embarrassed doing shoots. I feel like, ‘Why is everyone looking at me?’ But they have to look at me. That’s why they’re here and that’s my job. I didn’t look at the monitor once [today] because I’ll see everything I hate and just get more and more insecure as the day goes on and hate myself…" - Kylie Minogue, 45

"Believe it or not, I still get a bit embarrassed doing shoots. I feel like, ‘Why is everyone looking at me?’ But they have to look at me. That’s why they’re here and that’s my job. I didn’t look at the monitor once [today] because I’ll see everything I hate and just get more and more insecure as the day goes on and hate myself…" - Kylie Minogue, 45

Tuesday March 11, 2014 at 17:14

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New York really does have everything.

New York really does have everything.

Tuesday March 11, 2014 at 11:54

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Social media is really retarding people’s ability to not be totally pompous dicks. Remember when people used to accomplish banal, everyday tasks like getting their cars fixed and going to the dentist without telling the 700 people they’re internet friends with about the process? Pouring some out for the good old days.

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Oh, you’re at the BMW dealership getting a tune-up? Cool, not only did you bombard us with boring and useless information (Yeezus knows we don’t have enough of that on a daily basis), but you’ve also managed to not-so-covertly remind 700 people that you have a BMW. Which, great, whether or not you worked for it, I hear those are nice cars. But if you’re publicly checking in to the BMW dealership on Facebook, you’re never going to convince me that you’re not doing it at least partly to remind people that you own an expensive car: i.e. you’re a pompous dick.

So, okay, I don’t wanna be a traitor to my generation and all, but it’s a little disturbing to me how even just the general concept of humility is going the way of Friendster, and the gloat factor is off the God damn charts! And we all co-sign it every day by double-tapping that garbagio.

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Don’t get me wrong: I’m not particularly jealous that you have a BMW nor do I think it’s a silly goal to aspire to. Get your money! Get paid! #riseandgrind or whatever! I just don’t think it’s necessary, attractive or interesting to constantly share your most bawdy desires on a public forum. The quest for wealth and status is as old as society, but has it ever looked this desperate? #tacky 

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Never before have we been so connected, and I really do think that the ability to communicate with more people than ever can be used for tremendous good. I’m not saying everything you share with the Internet has to be life-changing or profound, but quieting your inner Jordan Belfort would do us all a favor.

Come on, you guys. We can do better than this.

Saturday March 08, 2014 at 15:45

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Been working on some fashion designs.

Been working on some fashion designs.

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