I have not ever blogged about it the way I do American Idol/ SYTYCD/ RuPaul’s Drag Race. I’m not sure why. Probably because I know a whole lot of nothing about fashion. (Not that I know sh*t about singing, dancing, or being a drag queen!)
I do have opinions, though. And my opinion so far, 28 minutes into the first episode?
EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!! This “come as you are” thing is GENIUS! Make ‘em show us what they got right from the get go; drag ‘em out of bed and task them with creating a garment from their pajamas.
Have you SEEN this thing???
I have, thanks to you!!
It’s now in the folder full of links lovingly called “Doctor Who Things I
Want NEED To Buy.”
[Image: An anonymous Tumblr question answered by marxisforbros.
Question: If you had a daughter and she was going to go out to a party with guys drinking would you let her go out looking like a slut?
Answer: If the next generation has sons that are as repulsed by rape as they should be then we won’t need to worry about our daughter’s clothing. Hell, if we just make our generation shift the blame from the victim to the perpetrator and recognize rape as an act of violence rather than a natural hazard then we won’t even notice clothing. In fact the only way that I’ll need to worry about my daughter’s clothing is if society stays this fucked. I’d probably end up doing something incredibly violent to somebody if anything ever happened to one of my loved ones and the system failed them.
So the question becomes: If you had a son and he was going out to a party with girls drinking, would you let him go knowing that one of them could be my daughter and if he ever touched her without her consent I’d kill you?
You focus on raising a son that you can confidently send to a party even if you think that you will die if he inappropriately touches a woman and I’ll focus on raising a daughter full stop.]
pffft…what kind of friend says that?! it’s not like you can’t look great even if you do look fat. i think you look gawjiss and i love seeing such happy pictures.
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i got all teary eyed looking at those pictures/reading your vows lol ps your friend is an ASS, you looked stunning!
The stigma behind being fat seems extra hardcore in East Texas for some reason. My weight (“health”) gets commented on any day I spend out in town. It took many years to get my parents to stop bringing it up; luckily I think they finally get that waist size =/= health, though. For me, I’m fat because my body is unhealthy by its own choice, not mine. I think they finally see that I’m not unhealthy because I’m fat, I’m fat because I’m unhealthy.
The most amazing thing happened the day we got home from vacation. A Lane Bryant catalog came in the mail, and Jordan saw it on the desk. He picked it up, thumbed through it and mentioned to me that they had some really cute tops. I replied something along the lines of, “Cool! Since it’s a fatty clothing line they will actually have my size!”
He looked at me, completely confused. “What do you mean it’s a ‘fatty clothing line?’” I explained that LB is a plus size store, the models were all clearly plus sized if he looked again.
“Plus sized my ass, this just looks like any other clothing magazine to me.”
I have since considered buying a fainting couch.
What is this I see ?? A strapless bra that goes up to a 40DD, LIFTS, SUPPORTS, IS COMFY, AND WAS ONLY $16.99 at Target ??!?!
Or, not. Maybe it’s just the most amazing bra in the world.
This is the Self Expressions Full Support 4-Way Convertible Strapless Bra and is available at Target stores. If you don’t have a Target near you, it is available online. If you are in the size range available, I urge you to get one in each colour. This is truly the most amazing bra I’ve ever owned. Dig it.
the look on her precious lil’ face made me SCREAM!
love Kyla, and her bubbies!
I recently found a magic bra, too! Al WalMart, of all places.
I got it for under my re-wedding dress but it’s become my every day bra. I LOVE it! Comfortable, sweat-wicking, only $14, and it makes the girls look UH. MAZE. ZING.
A young fashion designer from the German city of Hanover is revolutionizing high fashion by designing clothes with a staple she can find in her fridge — milk.
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Look “ladies” posting and commenting on this: leggings may not be pants, but it’s also not your place to police what other people put on their bodies.
Be grateful they’re wearing anything at all. Apparently if some woman hadn’t eaten some fruit some 38291024354354338109 years ago we’d all be trotting around in our birthday suits.
Then nothing would be pants.
German sports clothing manufacturer Puma is developing biodegradable products, the company’s CEO has revealed. The sports clothes can be recycled or thrown on a compost heap.
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