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Jul 29, 2014 / 520,286 notes

sebthemagicdragon:

takanye:

echat:

all you girls out there had that stage where you played online dress up games dont even lie

what do you mean had

what do you mean girls

(via lost-moonlight)

Jul 29, 2014 / 205,316 notes
  • WiFi: connected
  • Me: then fucking act like it
leighanneisabeautyqueen:

Salute backstage ♥
Jul 29, 2014 / 9 notes

leighanneisabeautyqueen:

Salute backstage ♥

Jul 29, 2014 / 14 notes
Jul 29, 2014 / 519,269 notes

teamrocketing:

*tries to act cool by not texting back right away but forgets and never texts back*

(via hotboyproblems)

Jul 29, 2014 / 249 notes

tumbledownthemountain:

pinerosolanno:

Kenzo FALL 2013 READY-TO-WEAR

❤️

(via controlyourkarma)

Jul 29, 2014 / 376 notes
Jul 29, 2014 / 19 notes

anamericanmixer:

anamericanmixer:

Little Mix has to be performing at the VS show right, especially if their song is being used for the commercial. Come on management do something right!

That’s what I was thinking. The shows gonna be in London this year, their song is being used for their commercial, and their one of the biggest girl bands in the UK! It has to be happening!

-Paige

bitchesaloud:
Jul 29, 2014 / 220,133 notes
running-raspberry:

b-phit:

I cannot begin to tell you how important this message is to get across. Now more than ever we are seeing girls -and now even boys- hating the way they look at younger and younger ages. Of course, as we all already know… one of the biggest contributors to our diminishing self love is the media (surprise, surprise). We are bombarded by thousands of advertisements every single day regarding improvements in the way we look. This only makes us feel even more inadequate when all the gimmicks and products don’t give us the results we were SHOWN. The absolute biggest problem with people feeling like shit about themselves nowadays is NOT because of how frequently we see these ads, or how many products are on the market; its the WAY we are lead to believe a false reality because it truly LOOKS attainable. 
This photo shows this. I’m 15 and i muck about with photoshop in my spare time, and i managed to make a natural-looking curvy girl look like a ‘perfect’, ‘sexy’ hourglass with smooth skin and a tiny waist in under 30 minutes. Yes, if you saw that in a magazine you’d know straight away that it was ‘edited’ but, would you immediately think the reality was THAT FAR OFF? I sure wouldn’t. Professional image editors have years of experience and get to sit at the editing desk for hours and even days on end with a single picture. 
The photo above was from a ‘curvy kate’ photo shoot - and there would’ve been just as much professional lighting and makeup going on as any other high fashion shoot. The only difference? When it goes back to the editing room, the girls are most likely lightly airbrushed but not significantly altered in any way. You can see the lumps and bumps and curves that 95% of the female population have. 
Even though the lingerie may have been more marketable on a stick with huge boobs, your target audience are not sticks with huge boobs. A product will always be more satisfying and pleasing to people when they don’t have to compete with -an edited- Miranda Kerr in the size 4 dress that they’re trying on in a size 12. 
So, Ask yourself next time you feel down about someone/something you saw on tv or in a magazine ‘is this real or are they only trying to sell me something?’

Nobody looks like the people in magazines. Not even them.
Jul 29, 2014 / 17,438 notes

running-raspberry:

b-phit:

I cannot begin to tell you how important this message is to get across. Now more than ever we are seeing girls -and now even boys- hating the way they look at younger and younger ages. Of course, as we all already know… one of the biggest contributors to our diminishing self love is the media (surprise, surprise). We are bombarded by thousands of advertisements every single day regarding improvements in the way we look. This only makes us feel even more inadequate when all the gimmicks and products don’t give us the results we were SHOWN. The absolute biggest problem with people feeling like shit about themselves nowadays is NOT because of how frequently we see these ads, or how many products are on the market; its the WAY we are lead to believe a false reality because it truly LOOKS attainable. 

This photo shows this. I’m 15 and i muck about with photoshop in my spare time, and i managed to make a natural-looking curvy girl look like a ‘perfect’, ‘sexy’ hourglass with smooth skin and a tiny waist in under 30 minutes. Yes, if you saw that in a magazine you’d know straight away that it was ‘edited’ but, would you immediately think the reality was THAT FAR OFF? I sure wouldn’t. Professional image editors have years of experience and get to sit at the editing desk for hours and even days on end with a single picture. 

The photo above was from a ‘curvy kate’ photo shoot - and there would’ve been just as much professional lighting and makeup going on as any other high fashion shoot. The only difference? When it goes back to the editing room, the girls are most likely lightly airbrushed but not significantly altered in any way. You can see the lumps and bumps and curves that 95% of the female population have. 

Even though the lingerie may have been more marketable on a stick with huge boobs, your target audience are not sticks with huge boobs. A product will always be more satisfying and pleasing to people when they don’t have to compete with -an edited- Miranda Kerr in the size 4 dress that they’re trying on in a size 12. 

So, Ask yourself next time you feel down about someone/something you saw on tv or in a magazine ‘is this real or are they only trying to sell me something?’

Nobody looks like the people in magazines. Not even them.

(via eat-well-and-go-to-the-gym)

Jul 29, 2014 / 637 notes

(via fit-positive)

Other people are not medicine.
It took me 9 years to figure that out  (via sunsetkawaii)

(via misharulestheworld)

Jul 29, 2014 / 249,618 notes
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svrferblood:

me when buying something over $10: do i need this? do i need any material objects? will this matter when i face the great abyss?

(via wakingupsnorlax)

Jul 29, 2014 / 37,657 notes

dynastylnoire:

this has been a public service announcement.

(via wakingupsnorlax)

Jul 29, 2014 / 116,337 notes

home-of-a-heart:

thtwhitegurrl:

slutdust:

I bought my friend an elephant for their room.

They said “Thank you.”

I said “Don’t mention it.”

Is there a joke here that 15 thousand people get but I don’t?

I DONT GET IT SOMEONE EXPLAIN OR I WILL KILL

(via misharulestheworld)