His punishment was to be moved off of shifts that I was working so we wouldn’t clash.
How can I miss someone and hate them at the same damn time?
You may want to consider reading the full article. Though she doesn’t believe that chattel slavery was truly a choice, she ties that “eureka!” moment to this:
I like Glossier a lot as a brand, though not all of their products have been hits for me.
Honestly, it’s def. the gimmicky packaging and the novelty of it that appealed to me. I like it, though I’m on the fence on whether I’ll repurchase. I’m traveling a fair bit this month so it’s really the fact that it’s one less liquid to pack that was appealing
OoooOooo unsolicited relationship advice! This is also part of my skincare routine. Tell me, do you like to do this before or after toner? I feel like I’m not getting it right.
Yes your dad has been absolutely wonderful save for the starfish-sleep thing.
Eeeeek I knew someone would catch that! I’m working on it—I use Glossier’s right now but only intermittently. It feels and smells nice, but you have to re-apply it quite a bit to get a decent amount of protection if you’re out in the sun a lot (I haven’t been, fwiw). I’m considering switching to the Biore Aqua Rich…
Funny thing about Nazis—there are no statues of them in Germany. Wonder why that is...
Update: I still have no fucking clue which post John was emailing about, but I’m glad to have finally learned what a “Coup d’etah” is.
There was also political and racial gerrymandering, which also seems to be largely absent from Sanders’ rhetoric (happy to reconsider this if someone can throw some links my way).
We are told to “pull ourselves up by our boot staps” and then punished for doing so.
Right, his comments could be pretty much summed up as “it sucks but I get it and it happens.”
Girl, you know—
I mean, take this, from the greys:
Less about making her skin look “whiter” and more about emphasizing the contrast between the light and shadows. The shadows on her face are emphasized in the photoshopped image, making her look more sinister/hard.
She’s Cuban American. That pin/badge could just as easily be a proclamation of her heritage.
2) “We’re everywhere (except Portland)”