Do you ever get into an argument with someone and find yourself unable to speak for a moment because you’re just so blown away by how utterly wrong and ignorant the other person is being and you can’t understand how anyone could actually believe the things they are saying
fun fact of the day: the human brain cannot make up faces, therefore every person you see in your dreams is someone you have seen before. THAT MEANS THAT IF YOU MEET YOUR FAVORITE CELEBRITY AND THEY LOOK AT YOUR FACE THERE IS A CHANCE THAT THEY WILL SEE YOU IN A DREAM THEY HAVE OK
People there are discussing this “you should not blame fat people that they are fat” post. As I understand, the main point of this holywar is that you should treat fat people just like any other person. But while this is true, this girl from the picture clearly don’t want others to treat her like this. It’s clear not only from the way she’s writing to this asshole who stole her picture, but also from what she’s wearing on it. I think she wants certain kind of attention, when she’s wearing this see-though black dress… and that what’s inappropriate. Excuse me, but this is a slutty dress.
There are two kinds of people: sluts and non-sluts=usual people. Sluts are used for sex. Period. And they are treated accordingly. Nobody cares about whore’s personality or feelings. They are just body, preferably beautiful [And if whole “whore existence” is good or bad - it’s another topic, the fact is - they are exists today.] If you are wearing slutty dress, you will be judged by your body only. And if your body do not corresponds with society’s standarts - well… be prepared for criticism in any form. You are the part of this society, you’re living in this society.
Why wearing a dress like this? Usually it comes from diffidence. Besides, it can be just really bad taste in clothes :)
But nobody will judge or criticize a person whom expressing his/her self-confidence and good taste by wearing an elegant, well-fitting clothes. No matter if you’re fat, slim, skinny or what, you will look fabulos it you’ll try and wear something not that tasteless. It’s not that difficult. Nobody knows your body better, then you, and you should know what is worth to highlight with your clothes, and what is better to tone down. It may take some time to learn how to dress yourself properly, but it’s all worth it. Because behind a nice clothes there might be a nice person, this is what clothes for (besides keeping you warm). To express yourself, not to draw some doubtful kind of attention.
But of course, we all are living in free countries and we are free to wear whatever we want, free to eat whatever we want, etc. :) Just don’t forget that we also are free to speak out whatever we want, and that certain actions are entails certain consequences, and don’t resent when you’ll hear some criticism.
“Avicii and I started working on that song one afternoon. And at around 10 o’clock at night, he ran out of gas. He and I had just finished the chorus, and he loved that: “Wow, this is great. We have a track, and we have a chorus, and I guess we’ll do it at some other point in time.” But he had just finished a gig in Vegas, and he was like, “Man, I gotta go home.” I require very little sleep, so at that point I was like, “I can’t stop at 10 o’clock – are you kidding me?” So I’m sitting there with a really great-sounding chorus and a record with no lead vocal. So I call Adam Lambert, who was hung over from the night before. I guess a friend of his had a birthday party, and he was pretty lit. He was definitely two sheets to the wind. And I said, “Adam, I really need you now, because I have to have somebody sing this.” And he was like, “‘Oh, no, I can’t make it.” I was like, “Adam, come on, you’re one of the few guys I know who can.” He says, “All right, give me a couple hours. I’ll just get on the treadmill and try to work this stuff out of me.” Adam shows up and sits next to me, and on cue he’s relating the lyrics to his real life, the way he feels right now. I say, “Adam, run out on the mic – let’s do this right now.” And he goes out and sings it, and he nails it in a couple of takes. Then I sent it to Avicii. He woke up at eight o’clock the next morning and looked at his emails and opened it up. And I get a phone call around 8:05: “Nile, this is a hit!”—Nile Rodgers on making Lay Me Down x (via sweizz)