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anonymous asked:

Have you seen 13 reasons why

No, and I can give you thirteen reasons why

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7. I don’t care

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It’s National Lipstick Day

and here are my best lipstick tips:

1. Please help your fellow humans out and tell them when there is lipstick on their teeth

2. Don’t listen to anyone and wear dark lipstick in the summer and hot pink lipstick in the winter if that’s what you want

3. Buy an angled brush and add a little concealer to it, then line your lips with it after a lipstick application and blend with a makeup sponge or concealer brush. This will create some Pintrest level lips but please don’t try it for the first time 5 minutes before you are supposed to leave, it takes practice. And keep Qtips around for mistakes.

4. Put lip balm on your lips erry night

5. There is a red for every woman in the world: try a cool red if you are pale, a darker maroon red if your skin tone is dark, and an orangey red if you are a redhead.

6. If you are a lipstick beginner, try NYX Butter Gloss or Maybelline Color Whisper for something light 

7. If you love lipstick, you have to try Sephora Cream Lip Stain, Milani Matte Lipsticks, TooFaced Melted Lipsticks, and a NARS lip pencil. 

8. If it is your first MAC lipstick, you can’t go wrong with Diva, Ruby Woo, Myth, or Lady Danger

9. When going out with bright lips, do not forget some tissues, a hand mirror, and the lipstick of choice

10. If someone doesn’t like it, too bad

11. I recommend everyone has around a better than nude shade, a dark “I drink your blood” shade, a “I look great tonight and no, you can’t kiss me” hot going out shade, a neutral pink, and a classic red.

12. The prospect of making out, drinking, or eating greasy food should never stop you from wearing lipstick 

13. There’s nothing sexier than lipstick on a bagel

Are you hungry? No? 925 million others are #BAD 11

This is my entry to Blog Action Day 2011. BAD has focused bloggers around the world to blog about one important global topic on the same day. And they have been doing it since 2007. This years topic is FOOD.

There are about 7 billion people in the world, of which an estimated 925 million are undernourished. That is almost 1 in every 7 people. This is something to Think about.

This is not because the world doesn’t produce enough food to feed everyone, infact, World agriculture produces 17 percent more calories per person today that it did 30 years ago, despite a 70 percent population increase. The problem is money and access to land.

If you want more facts and figures just google, it’s everywhere, but not many are doing anything about it.

Are you hungry? No? 925 million others are #BAD 11

This is my entry to Blog Action Day 2011. BAD has focused bloggers around the world to blog about one important global topic on the same day. And they have been doing it since 2007. This years topic is FOOD.

There are about 7 billion people in the world, of which an estimated 925 million are undernourished. That is almost 1 in every 7 people. This is something to Think about.

This is not because the world doesn’t produce enough food to feed everyone, infact, World agriculture produces 17 percent more calories per person today that it did 30 years ago, despite a 70 percent population increase. The problem is money and access to land.

If you want more facts and figures just google, it’s everywhere, but not many are doing anything about it.

Blog Action Day and Occupations

I want to encourage you to do something about the fact that there are thousands of people dying from a famine in East Africa. But I’m not going to talk about better seeds, training for farmers, and access to markets. Undoubtedly these things these things could help farmers increase production to offset the damage done by protracted doubt.

Instead I think we should all be talking about fincial market reforms.

I’m writing this today because it is Blog Action Day 2011, a day when anyone with a blog tries to sway readers to get involved in a topic of urgent importance to the world, and this year’s theme is food. But it is also the day of ongoing protests and occupations - with people around the world occupying ground near the world’s largest financial centres to protest the way financial institutions have managed to manipulate the global economy for the benefit of a very few at the cost of the majority (the 99%).

Picture from the protest today at Occupy London:

Here is why I think these occupations - which I hope result in reforms and regulations on financial markets - have the potential to help feed the hungry of the world.

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