I’m 38 and have pretty much been wearing the make up she says gen z wear my whole life. Concealer, mascara, lip/cheek tint a smudge of eyeliner for special occasions. In fact I frequently forget to put make up on
1) It’s not the original film. The original was made in 1961 and nominated for two academy awards.
If it was so important for Matty J's sister that their children be of similar age then she should have waited for him to meet someone. She can't have her cake and eat it too.
He's a bully...
Perhaps it could come with a money back guarantee - if the couple divorces then they have to give back the amount you gifted?
If I received an invite like this I'd regretfully decline...
Yup. I got this at the pumpkin patch when I asked for unisex clothing. Needless to say I walked out and will never walk back into that shop again.
Juju cup changed my life. So much better for the environment and our plumbing systems!
I have the same fears. I check to make sure doors are locked when I'm home alone. Walking to the car no matter what time I'm always on the alert. It's a sad way to be that I don't trust the men in our society because of the scum bags out there.
How about parents of boys make sure they educate them that that sort of behaviour is not acceptable? Clearly just assuming that because your boy comes from a good home and is a 'good kid' isn't really enough. If I found out that my son did something like that I'd be furious! Honestly I'd tear strips off him and there would be serious consequences to his behaviour.
I too take precautions. I lock my car door when I get in, my front door I always check the street and I'm on my guard all the time when I'm walking by myself in a quiet area and I never walk with headphones in. This is all habit for me as I was raised in Africa and you're taught to take precautions for your own safety. I do this because there are bad people out there and bad things happen to good people. Do I wish it wasn't like that? Of course I do!
When my grandparents died my mother and aunts found nude and lingerie clad photos of my grandmother spralled on the bed - taken by my grandfather. I think it's kind of lovely but it was just for them and nobody else. It's such a shame that boys/men aren't gentlemen anymore and how they don't understand that a photo like that if sent to them by the girl is meant for them only. As for perverts taking photos of girls unaware they're just sick!
This is my worst nightmare. As someone who gets coldsores and is pregnant it freaks me out no end.
Smiling gives you wrinkles...
I'm pretty sick of mummy blogs who say how F$&King awful their kids are or what a shit time they are having. I very rarely see them talk about their kids being well behaved or doing something nice. It's always a chore and bring on the wine. Imagine how those kids are going to feel when they actually start reading those blogs. Look I know that kids can be terrible. But how about some happy stories that aren't pushing a product would be nice. The other topic I hate is the whinging about how busy they are because all they do is run around looking after the mini soccer team they've produced- well sorry but maybe you shouldn't have had so many kids! You knew the consequences of what having so many kids would be like and contraception is pretty easy to come by here in Australia.
When did people become so precious about seeing a breastfeeding mother? It's ridiculous... Anyone who's flown with kids will have been given the advice breast feed on landing and take off as it helps with their ears. I don't know about you but I'd rather get flashed the minimal amount of boob or heavens above a nipple than deal with a screaming baby. Besides if you're staring so much that you do see that much boob or nipple then you're a perve. I've seen more boob at the beach from bikini tops and out and about from people's low cut tops than I've ever seen from my breastfeeding friends.
I'm all for baby wearing. Plenty of kids in Asia and Africa are carried and they've been doing it for centuries.
However for someone to come out and say that prams are damaging babies backs after medical practitioners support it and again many many babies around the world have been in prams with no damage - I think it's a dangerous statement and I'd liken it to antivax statements.
Why oh why can't we all just get along and accept that some of us prefer other ways (not condoning antivax movement as that affects society etc etc) of how we choose to transport our child. There is no right or wrong way - that is until there's very strong scientific evidence that's been peer reviewed.
That's all when and good until those sharp points go through the toilet paper and you know what gets stuck in all those crystals...
Kind of hope that happens as its a ridiculous amount to be spending... 1% of the population controls 99% of their wealth and you have dumb celebrities spending their money on crap like that when they could actually be doing a lot more for other causes.