barbie brand

 Hello everyone! In case you haven’t read my previous post, I will be sharing some of my favorites, so you all can get to know me a little bit better

Today we are talking about Barbie!!

More specifically the Barbie movies!

Aside from Sailor Moon, Barbie was a major part of my life growing up and still is. Barbie represents more than just beauty, but the epitome of a strong, intelligent, and brave female heroine. To many, Barbie was simply a character that they grew out of. However, I believe she relates to many individuals no matter the age, gender, and race. I also really appreciate Mattel’s new vision of creating a more diverse and inclusive branding. Barbie has now evolved to a fun and expressive role model for all ages!

Like many, my twin sister and I outgrew the Barbie phase. It wasn’t until our freshman year of high school when we decided to watch  “Barbie and The Diamond Castle” and the rest was history! We were captivated by the magic of Barbie once again and it’s meaningful motifs behind each movie.

Each film exemplifies not only adventure, but self-empowerment, hope, and belief.  

Here are some of my favorites Barbie quotes:

Barbie in The 12 Dancing Princesses (2006)
“There’s a difference only you can make.” 

Barbie: Fairytopia (2005)
“What makes you different makes you special.” 

Barbie: A Fashion Fairy Tale (2010)
“Magic happens when you believe in yourself.” 

Barbie and The Three Musketeers (2009)
“True courage is pursuing your dream, even when everyone else says it’s impossible.” 

Barbie and The Magic of Pegasus (2005)
“There is always hope.” 

Barbie as Rapunzel (2002)
“Love and imagination can change the world.” 

Let’s talk about my favorite Barbie movies…

Although I love many of the movies, my all time favorites are “Barbie and the 12 Dancing Princesses” and “Barbie as Rapunzel”

 These films are Barbie’s classic as they are depict a more fairy tale approach. What makes these two films great is the great attention to detail, strong protagonists, and an enchanting soundtrack. 

(post originally by Fybarbiemovie)

Last, but not least, the Barbie Vlogs!

More recently, Mattel has re-positioned their brand to a more “modern” Barbie to adapt to the technological environment and competitors. The evolution of Barbie has led to Mattel reaching to the YouTube world, which has been extremely penetrating for many different demographics. What I really enjoy about the vlogs is how realistic Barbie is. You feel as if she is a real person talking to you! Most importantly, she uses her platform to discuss individuality, forgiveness, and standing up for yourself and others. 

Originally posted by thatdamnchristian

Originally posted by thatdamnchristian

here are some barbie blogs that I think you should follow! :)

@barbiemovies movies   @fybarbiemovies   @barbie-movie-confessions  @cuteliih  @barbiedailydose

How I View Doll Fandoms

Barbie: We’re too ignorant to recognize other dolls

Bratz: We didn’t die in 2008…right? RIGHT?

American Girl: Our oldest collector is ten!

Dollfie: Anime + BJD

Azone: Really anime + BJD

Minifee: We’re a bit more than a mini fee

Blythe: We hate pullip. 

Super Dollfie: We are the best

Licca-chan: Please don’t look at our website!

Pullip & Friends: We hate Blythe…sort of.

Monster High: Slaying Barbie since 2010

Momoko: Stop confusing us with Licca-chan!

J-Doll: Are we still a thing?

Ever After High: What is our fan base, anyways?

Luts: You have to be a millionaire to even consider being one of us

Pukipuki: What do you mean you’ve never heard of us?

Bluefairy: We are so worth more than Luts everybody

Fulla: Malibu Barbie goes to UAE

Moxie Girlz: Soccer moms love us

Sindy Dolls: Someone reroot us please!! We beg you!

Lammily: The patriarchy and Barbie must die!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kuhrn: 我们采取了西方世界与我们的娃娃!

Lalaloopsy dolls: Let’s just all be friends.

Custom BJD: Maybe if we post our dolls on Flickr we’ll be famous!



That’s all that I’ve got for now. DM me if you want another brand added. 

Shout out to ojamajomary for pointing out Fulla, Moxie Girls, Sindy, Kuhrn, and Lammily

The Best Christmas Yet

Pairing: Dean x Reader

Word Count: 2,255

Warnings: drinking, fluff

Prompt: Requested by anon “Hiii! Hope you’re having a great day! So I have this idea about a request and since I love your writing I was wondering whether you’d be interested in it. It’s one where the reader and Dean are together and she does something sweet to make him excited about Christmas because he’s a grinch like snowfight or snowman or decoration of christmas tree or whatever inspires you and he lets it slip that he loves her for the first time. What do ya think? Sending love and christmas hugs your way <3 <3″

Originally posted by livingthegifs

Christmas to you always meant something so much more. You grew up celebrating Christmas with your family. It was so very easy to get you into the holiday spirit. All your life you had lived in a simple little house with your parents. Both of them were retired hunters, or semi-retired hunters because no one ever really retires in this life. They grew up in the life, and raised you in the life and you thought it was just normal, until you started going to school and realizing that not everyone knew about the things that went bump in the night.

Sam and Dean did, though, and you very quickly became friends with the Winchester boys. John Winchester would, more often than not, dump his kids at your parents place for a week or so, or at your uncle Bobby’s - who was not actually you’re uncle, just a very close family friend - and you would frequently spend time with the two boys, sharing stories of hunts and new monsters on the grid. Your parents had even let the three of you have friendly aim competitions in the shooting range that they transformed your basement into.

When Sam left for college, Dean insisted he take up hunting on his own. At 22, he was very confident that he could do it by himself, but Bobby and John insisted he have a partner. That’s where you came in. You and Dean hunted together for four years before he decided to get his brother back, after John went MIA on a hunting trip. In the four years it was just you and Dean, Christmas became just another day of the week, and the traditions that you grew up with faded to a happy memory.

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My Family Is Your Family

for @sterekseason‘s 25 days of sterek prompt ‘meeting the parents for the first time’

read on ao3: http://archiveofourown.org/works/8818762

“Stiles, stop worrying,” Derek said as they walked up the driveway to his family home.

“Derek, your family is huge and there are so many of them to impress I don’t think this will go well.”

“Babe they’ll love you okay?” Derek said, excited for his family to meet Stiles.

For so long his family pestered him for being single and never bringing anyone home. Now, he was bringing the perfect guy home and he couldn’t be more excited.

Derek flicked through his keychain while he looked for his key, opening the front door and letting the two of them in.

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9

In what is being heralded as the biggest, boldest move in the franchise’s 57+ year history, Mattel’s flagship and household fixture “Barbie” announced today (January 28, 2016) that they would be expanding their Fashionista line to introduce three new body types that will be sold alongside their svelte “Original”. They are “Tall”, “Curvy”, and “Petite”.

In recent years, with the rising popularity of doll lines highlighting and celebrating the unique differences among people in our world (like Mattel’s own Monster High), Barbie’s popularity (and sales) have seen significant declines… enough so that, behind the scenes within the company, an initiative to revamp the legendary doll; virtually, from the ground up. Within the company, this push to redefine and rediscover Barbie’s essence and her place in the modern world was code-named Project Dawn. What you see above is the culmination of that work; 4 body types, 7 different skin tones, 22 different eye colors, and 24 individual hairstyles (to say nothing of face sculpts).

Anyone who’s followed us for a significant amount of time know that I (Mod Ren) am a huge fan of fashion dolls… So, naturally, I have a lot to say about this development…

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Forbidden Documentary Footage Released
  • [NOTE]: Recording has been partially edited by unknown parties.
  • Recording begins. Title is shown, "Retail Hell".
  • [NOTE]: "Retail Hell" is an episodic series of documentaries with traceable origins described as "punks dissecting wageslavery." At least five episodes were released alongside an independently published magazine dedicated to skateboarding culture. Each episode has a different host(s) who attempt to interview workers at retail chains. Hosts often vandalize storefronts and harass workers while filming.
  • Recording begins with Host and Co-Host standing beside each other in a Target parking lot.
  • Host: You already know who the fuck I am.
  • Co-Host: And I'm Helen.
  • [NOTE]: Co-Host is wearing a gas mask.
  • Host: Mark's on the camera. All together, we're the Chain Gang. Welcome to Retail Hell.
  • Cameraman: Okay, that was good. The fuck do you mean by, "you already know who I am," though? Also, the what the hell is the "Chain Gang"?
  • Host: Everyone who matters knows me, dude. I-
  • Recording cuts to Host and Co-Host skateboarding. Cameraman can be seen in some shots, but doesn’t join them. Footage from a skate park is edited in. Skateboarding footage lasts three minutes.
  • Recording cuts to footage taken from inside of Target. Host and Co-Host are in store's toy section examining products.
  • Host: Fucking Barbie.
  • Host removes a packaged Barbie brand doll from its shelf.
  • [NOTE]: Barbie doll does not resemble any known versions ever publicly released. Its notable features are its green hair, pink skin, and purple dress.
  • Host: Come here. Look at this. Made in China.
  • Host shows bottom of package to camera. Camera zooms in on "Made in China" label.
  • Host: That's how you know your shit is bad. 100% cruelty. Do you know how the Chinese government treats their own citizens? This is sweatshop garbage, and they just shill this shit out at places like this. It's bad for you too. Probably got fucking lead in it, or something. Radioactive, or something. My mom used to buy me barbies and shit as kid. Like, I fucking hated Barbie I didn't play with them, but I was still, like, exposed. That's why I've got a third arm.
  • Cameraman: You have three arms?
  • Host: It's on my ass. No one's allowed to look at my ass so no one's ever seen it. They're going to have to recall Barbie cuz kids all over the USA start growing ass arms. No, you know what they'd do. They'd normalize it cuz that's how business works. You'll start seeing "Ass-Arm Barbie". Hey kids, it's okay that you've got an arm on your ass. Barbie does too. Hey kids, you're a mutant freak because we spray down our toys with arsenic and all the food you eat is GMOs, but it's cool. Just buy our shit or you'll look like a bigger freak than you already are.
  • Cacophony of recorded voices and songs are heard. Camera turns to Co-Host who has activated a large number of toys. Host laughs.
  • Host: Holy shit! What the fuck are you doing?
  • Recording cuts to Co-Host holding small skateboard.
  • Co-Host: It's a baby board. I was born with one of these. They had to cut an umbilical cord from each piece of hardware. The doctors didn't know what was going on. I did, but only because I'm really smart. I was only about two years old when I was born.
  • Cameraman: The fuck are you even trying to say?
  • Recording cuts to Co-Host preparing to skate down an aisle on the small skateboard.
  • Co-Host: Skate or die!
  • Co-Host skates down the aisle and knocks products off of the shelves along the way. Co-Host barely avoids hitting a customer, but falls off of her skateboard at the end of the aisle.
  • Recording cuts to Host, Co-Host, and Cameraman getting into conflict with a security guard.
  • Security: Stop filming.
  • Security attempts to grab the camera.
  • Cameraman: Don't touch my fucking property, dude.
  • Security: You need to leave now.
  • Host: We're just trying to buy a skateboard, man.
  • Security attempts to grab the camera again.
  • Cameraman: Stay the fuck away, dude.
  • Security: Leave now. We're calling the police.
  • Cameraman: You're a fake fucking cop! Don't touch me!
  • Co-Host: We were all born with no purpose! Live fast! Die Fast!
  • Co-Host rides her skateboard into a display.
  • Host: Holy fucking shit!
  • Recording cuts to Host outside interviewing a Target employee.
  • Host: How do you like your job?
  • Employee: It's a job.
  • Host: Do you get paid well?
  • Employee: Hell no. Why does she have that mask on?
  • Host: Ever wish you could do something else?
  • Employee: What is this for? Is this gonna be on TV or something.
  • Host: It's a student project.
  • Employee: Alright.
  • Host: You know, your security guy is kind of an asshole.
  • Employee: I don't know anything about him. I just work the registers.
  • Host: You know I got an arm on my ass?
  • Employee: What?
  • Recording cuts to young child speaking to Co-Host.
  • Child: Why are you wearing that mask?
  • Co-Host: Because I have to.
  • Child: You don't have to.
  • Co-Host: I do.
  • Child: Can I wear it?
  • Co-Host: No.
  • Child: What happens if you take off the mask?
  • Co-Host: I'm allergic to air, so I'll die.
  • Child: I think you should take it off anyway.
  • Recording cuts to Host and Co-Host in line at a fast food restaurant.
  • Cashier: What can I get for you today?
  • Host: I'd like one McKiss please.
  • Cashier: Excuse me? A McKiss?
  • Host: Yes.
  • Cashier: Uhh, that's not something we have on our menu.
  • Host: Seriously? Let me show you.
  • Host embraces Co-Host who removes her mask. Host and Co-Host proceed to kiss passionately. Camera zooms in on cashier who looks confused.
  • Recording cuts to a plain white room. Camera turns to a door opening into a hallway. Co-Host shambles past door. Camera follows behind her. Co-Host walks up to a CRT television at the end of the hallway. CRT television only displays static. Co-Host kneels in front of the television and rubs her hand across the monitor, spreading blood across it.
  • Recording cuts to half an episode of the Flintstones. Any scenes indicating strife, negative emotions, or violence have been censored. Episode lasts ten minutes.
  • Recording cuts to Host and Co-Host standing in front of a chained door. Co-Host is carrying a large strapping cutter.
  • Host: This is going to be a first in Retail Hell history. I call it, Retail Hell: Deep Cover. We're gonna sneak inside. We might see some fucked up shit. I don't know. We're definitely gonna break some stuff. Hel, you got this.
  • Co-Host attempts to cut the chains with the strapping cutter.
  • Co-Host: This is impossible.
  • Host: Put all your weight into it.
  • Co-Host: I am.
  • Host: No, like all your weight.
  • Co-Host: I don't weigh that much.
  • Cameraman: I don't think that's the right tool.
  • Host: You're not doing it right. Let me show you.
  • Host now attempts to cut the chains.
  • Host: Fuck, this is harder than it looks.
  • Cameraman: Do you guys even hear me? I'm 90% sure that's not what they use to cut chains.
  • Recording cuts to Cameraman smoking alone in a bedroom. Unknown female enters the shot and the footage ends.
  • Recording cuts to Host and Co-Host within the backroom of a retail chain, presumably Target. Host is snapping a bolt cutter in front of the camera.
  • Host: These are the scissors of the gods!
  • Cameraman: Please be careful with those.
  • Host: This is it. This is the belly of the beast. This is the womb of capitalism... maybe not the womb, but this is where all the shit you buy goes before they put it outside on display.
  • Host picks up a box and drops it on the ground. The sound of glass breaking is heard.
  • Host: No fucking clue what was inside of that.
  • Recording cuts to Co-Host climbing backroom shelving.
  • Host: You won't do it.
  • Cameraman: This is a really stupid fucking idea.
  • Co-Host does a backflip off of the shelving and into a stack of boxes. Recording freezes before impact.
  • Recording cuts to Host and Co-Host exploring store. Store is partially dark. Camera's flashlight is on.
  • Cameraman: Why does it smell like wires burning in here?
  • Host lights a cigarette and begins to smoke it.
  • Host: Did you get me lighting that? Looked badass as fuck, I bet.
  • Cameraman: There's nothing cool about lighting a cigarette.
  • Host: Whatever. Gonna do, like, a soliloquy. Don't stop recording.
  • Cameraman: I'm not stopping any time soon, Ms. Director.
  • Host: Okay, uhh... this store is like a fortress of exploitation. A monument to fruitless capitalism where underpaid workers are treated like shit by corporate suits and customers alike. It's... uhh... fuck.
  • Cameraman: Can't think of anything deep to say?
  • Host: Chev made it look so easy in his episode. Like, he said some real profound shit and dropped the best skate video I've ever seen at the end.
  • Cameraman: You can talk about having an arm on your ass again. That was the high point of this video so far.
  • Host: Fuck you.
  • Host blows smoke into the camera.
  • Host: Where the hell did Hel go?
  • Cameraman: I don't know.
  • Host: Like, when was the last time we even saw her?
  • Cameraman: Don't remember.
  • [NOTE]: Co-Host is seen standing next to Host throughout this entire section of the recording.
  • Recording cuts to Host and Co-Host standing in front of a PA speaker that is leaking a clear, viscous fluid. The PA speaker emits sounds that resemble gurgling and coughing.
  • Host: Don't even know what to say about this shit. Sounds like my granddad dying or something. It's leaking. There's like a flood of this gross ass goo on the floor. It's like drool.
  • Cameraman: Touch it.
  • Host: I'm not touching that stuff. I don't touch shit if I think I'll regret it later.
  • Cameraman: You touched Lenny's dick.
  • Host: Fuck you.
  • PA speaker emits a loud screeching sound and wads of liquid shoot from it.
  • Host: The fuck?
  • Cameraman: Jesus Christ!
  • Clumps of a yellow, semi-solid substance begins to drip from the speaker. Co-Host removes her gas mask and plants herself face first against the wall under the speaker. Co-Host allows herself to be covered in the liquid and the yellow substance.
  • Host: This is the weirdest shit I've ever seen. Get up close, man. Look at this stuff.
  • Cameraman moves closer and zooms in on the substance in Co-Host's hair. Substance seems to be crawling and pulsating. Host, and Cameraman don't seem to perceive the presence of Co-Host. Co-Host rubs the yellow substance into her hair.
  • Recording cuts to blank footage. Audio is still available. Host and Cameraman are heard speaking. Sounds of other individuals are present, as well as the sound of fire crackling.
  • Cameraman: And it's completely fucked!
  • Host: So is he still dating her?
  • Cameraman: Yes, of course. Like, he's fucking desperate. He'll date any girl who gives him attention. It doesn't matter if she acts like a fucking werewolf. He's hopeless, and I'm tired of helping him.
  • Host: I feel you, though. Like, dude, even if this wasn't like his 90th time being in some shit I wouldn't help him. Dude blamed that fucked up shit on someone's dog. They're probably gonna put it down. That's fucked. That's an innocent animal. That's someone's family as far as I'm concerned. Fuck him. You gonna tell the cops or something?
  • Cameraman: Nah. I'm hoping his girlfriend just butchers him like she did that to that cat. For real, though. I don't mess with cops or feds.
  • Host: I feel you.
  • [NOTE]: □□□□□□□
  • Recording cuts to Cameraman sitting at a desk in a plain white room. Cameraman seems be unconscious, and is drooling onto his clothes. A purple carpet like substance is growing from his face. A plastic arm appears from out of the view of the camera and taps the Cameraman until he awakens. The Cameraman proceeds to vomit clumps of wires and coiled metal. Cameraman speaks, but his voice is dubbed over by a woman's voice with a slight southern accent. Cameraman seems to fade in and out of consciousness for the duration of the footage. Cameraman occasionally drools blood from his mouth.
  • Cameraman: Hello, my name is Mark. I'm a kid just like you. I love to play outside, I love learning and growing bigger everyday, but most of all I love my mommy. I like to paint. Watch me paint.
  • Plastic arms appears from out of the view of the camera, one with a green Sharpie brand marker and the other with a piece of paper. The piece of paper is placed onto the desk, and the plastic arm draws on it. Once the drawing is finished, the plastic arm lifts the paper and shows it to the camera. Drawing consists of green scribbles.
  • Cameraman: These are the big green hills where I live. Where do you live?
  • Recording is silent for thirty seconds, Cameraman seems to continue speaking however. Cameraman falls from his chair.
  • Cameraman: That sounds fun. I wish I lived there too. I like the snow. Let me show you what the big green hills look like after it snows.
  • The plastic arm moves off screen and returns with a bottle of milk which it pours onto the drawing. The hand shows the soaked drawing to the camera.
  • Cameraman: This is what the big green hills look like after it snows. Aren't they pretty? I like the snow, so I make sure to bring it with me wherever I go. Maybe, one day I will come to your town.
  • Recording cuts to the previous footage of the conflict with the security guard. Footage is dubbed over by a woman's voice with a slight southern accent. The dubber does differentiate the voices of subjects. The Host speaks in a higher pitched "girly" voice, the security guard speaks in a deeper voice, and the Cameraman speaks in the dubber's plain voice.
  • Security: I like your Camera. Let me see it.
  • Cameraman: You must ask before you can play with my camera.
  • Security: Can I play with your camera?
  • Host: Mark, please let our new friend play with your camera.
  • Cameraman: I shan't let him play with my camera. I am a bad boy, and I don't like to share.
  • Security: I'm telling my mommy and you will be in bad trouble.
  • Cameraman: Don't fucking touch me... I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I said a bad word.
  • Recording freezes once Co-Host enters the shot.
  • Recording cuts to blank footage. Audio is still available. Co-Host is heard being interrogated by an unknown individual who will be referred to as Unknown. Unknown either uses a speech synthesizer to speak or a has a natural speaking voice that sounds similar to a speech synthesizer.
  • Unknown: Why? Why? You lie.
  • Co-Host: Please, let me go.
  • Unknown: You breathe. Why lie?
  • Co-Host: Please.
  • Unknown: No. No. You lie.
  • Co-Host: I don't know what you're talking about. Please. I'm so sorry. I just want to go home.
  • Unknown: You lie. Him. You breathe. No mask. You breathe.
  • Co-Host begins to sob.
  • Unknown: Why cry? No cry. You bad. You wrong. Lie. Lie. Why lie? Why lie when breathe? No mask. No. No. You lie. Lie to boy. No.
  • Unknown's voice morphs into that of the child spoken to earlier in the recording.
  • Unknown: Why did you lie to him, bad girl. You're a big liar. You're a bad girl. Mommy's upset.
  • Recording cuts to footage of Cameraman engaging in sexual intercourse with an unknown female. Audio has been dubbed over by Unknown who repeats the statements, "no", "bad", and "don't look" throughout the entire thirty minutes of footage.
  • Recording cuts to footage of Host and Cameraman in conflict with an unknown entity. Recording has been dubbed over and replaced by dialogue spoken by a woman's voice with a slight southern accent. Unknown entity is humanoid in shape with a balloon-like head, a neon green plastic-like substance dangling from its head, and hot pink skin. Aside from large eyes drawn in "Anime" style on its face, it lacks any facial features. The entity wears a purple dress.
  • Host: Look, it's mommy.
  • Host is covered in blood and wielding an ax. Panicked, she points at the entity which is quickly pushing a shopping car full of toys towards the her and the Cameraman. Host jumps out of the way. Cameraman attempts to jump out of the way, but is hit by the shopping cart. The camera is dropped, but the unknown entity can be seen climbing on top of the Cameraman and sticking its arm into his mouth.
  • Cameraman: No, not my favorite camera. If I would have shared it this would have never happened. Now mommy is angry at me.
  • Host: Don't worry, Mark. I will save you.
  • Host hits the entity several times on its back with the ax. The entity bleeds a yellow and pink substance. Camerman crawls from under the entity, gets up, and stomps the entity's head.
  • Host: Ouch, hurting mommy hurts me.
  • Cameraman: Owie, it hurts me too!
  • Host: I think we both learned today not to hurt mommy. Hurting her hurts me more than it does her.
  • Cameraman: I don't know what that means, but I agree.
  • Host and Cameraman continue to attack the entity for the duration of the footage.
  • Recording cuts to footage of Host lying face down on the floor of a plain white room. A mannequin wearing the Co-Host's gas mask stands beside her. Bolt cutters are jammed into the mannequin's torso. An episode of the Flintstones can be heard playing in the background. Host raises her head to the camera. Her face is similar to the unknown entity's. Her head pops off and floats to the ceiling like a balloon.
  • Recording cuts to footage of a bonfire party. Host, Co-Host, and Cameraman are present and take part in different activities. A large number of unknown individuals are present as well. Audio of footage has been dubbed over by a woman's voice with a slight southern accent. Audio is significantly distorted. It is impossible to make out any words spoken.
  • [NOTE]: Co-Host does not have her gas mask in this footage.
  • [NOTE]: Audio is perfectly audible. It's just that mommy is speaking directly to me and you're not allowed to hear her.
  • Recording cuts to Co-Host stabbing the palm of her hand repeatedly with a butcher knife. Footage is in night vision and is taken in a wooded area.
  • Cameraman: You're a real fucking freak.
  • Co-Host: I know.
  • Recording cuts to Host and Co-Host sitting next to each other as they watch a bonfire burn.
  • Host: Hel, I love you.
  • It begins to snow heavily. Recording ends.
  • Recording was discovered by a user named, FriendlyHelper000, who posted a thread on the Runescape forums entitled, "This Is Why Liberalism Has Failed", which included links to the recording. Thread was quickly deleted and the user was banned. The publisher of the magazine which Retail Hell was distributed alongside claims to have no knowledge of the individuals in the recording.
  • Thank you for reading.

To the boy who will love me next,

The taste of my last relationship is still lingering on my tongue. Bittersweet. Be patient with me. Give me time to rinse it out.

I don’t know when to speak or when to shut up.
I carry my problems and my past in the back pockets of my shorts. Ocassionally, I will reach for them, forgive me when I do, it’s a force of habit and I do not know how not to.

I’m stubborn, I hate carrying an umbrella everywhere I go, even if it is raining outside. I’m the type of girl who will put on a hoodie or jacket and either embrace the rain or sprint through it.

I’m selfish sometimes, that, I’ll admit. Sometimes I don’t bother about what you have to say and I’ll make it seem as though it’s all about me but when I am selfless, I give you my everything, every single piece of me. I would tear down my very existence for you if you asked, it’s something I’ve learned to do when I was with the first boy who broke my heart.

I’m also impulsive, especially when we argue, I will be as agressive as the sea during a storm. I’ll tell you the things that you don’t want to hear, the things you shouldn’t have heard, the things that should have never left my mouth. I’ll say the words as loud as thunder, as rough as the currents and regret the shipwreck after the storm has cleared; but you know what they say, “a smooth sea never made a skilled sailor”. Please remember that I never intend to be that way, I promise.

I love it when you show me you care and that you’re proud to have me. Show me off whenever you get the chance. I’ll be doing the same.

When it seems like I’ve given up on us, please know that I haven’t. Please, I beg of you, please give me time. Sometimes I will shut down and prefer to be alone, it’s a coping mechanism. When I push you away, this is when I need to hear “I love you” most.

I love music, it’s the only thing that has been there for me when I had no one, I have spent many years clinging to music, it was my only consistent source of support. I want to be your pillar of strength, I want to be as supportive to you as music is to me.

Please, share as much as you can with me. I won’t always know what to say but I promise you that I will always be ready to listen and I will always be ready to offer you a shoulder to lean on no matter what and I really do mean it when I say no matter what.

When we are fighting, please don’t go to the girl who lives down the street, please don’t go to the girl who loved you before me, please don’t go to the girl who you’ve just met a week ago in the coffee shop, I know her eyes shine brighter than mine and she’s not as broken as I am and it’s tempting to leave the broken porcelain doll for a brand new Barbie, but please, stay by my side. I may not be perfect but I am sincere. We’ll get through our tough times, we will fix the shipwrecks. I beg of you, do your best to never request for a breakup. Unless that is something that will make you happy. I just want you to be happy.

I love green tea, Fall Out Boy, sushi, frozen yogurt, Ben & Jerry’s, cuddling on a rainy day, lip biting, neck kissing, loud music. I will love your company, I will love your presence, I will love your existence, I will love the way our bodies fit perfectly against each other when we’re cuddling, I will love doing nothing all day with you, I will love the way our fingers interwind, I will love the way you feel like home.

To the boy who will love me next, I will love you with all my heart. Please, love me with all your heart too.

—  Jessica Lim, Something I Wrote Fresh Out Of A Break Up In 2015
Zendaya To Receive One-of-a-Kind Barbie Honoring Iconic Oscars Red Carpet Look


She’s got her own unique style, and now, she’s about to have her very own Barbie!

That’s right, teen sensation Zendaya is reportedly being honored by the people over at Mattel with a doll which will hopefully capture the essence of the rising superstar.

But how does one take such a huge force in fashion and narrow down her unpredictable style? Easy. They go for her most controversial/iconic look to date - her much-talked-about 2015 Oscars get-up. 


According to ABC News, the manufacturer announced its plans to immortalize the actress last week with a one-of-a-kind Barbie doll. The figurine will be presented at the Barbie Rock ‘N Royals Concert Experience for which Zendaya will serve as the host. The fundraiser benefits VH1’s Save the Music Foundation. “I’m excited to be a part of the new direction the Barbie brand is headed, specifically how they are celebrating diversity in the line and encouraging kids to raise their voices,” said Zendaya.

This new direction began in June when the 56-year-old Barbie brand released its “Fashionistas” line to celebrate diverse looks. It features 23 new dolls, eight skin tones, 14 sculpts, 18 eye colors and 23 hair colors.

The Zendaya doll will be on display at the Barbie Rock ‘N Royals Concert Experience on Sept. 26 at the Hollywood Palladium.

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“We want to remind the world what Barbie stands for. Founded by a female entrepreneur and mother in 1959, the Barbie brand has always represented the fact that women have choices,” said Mazzocco. “This ongoing initiative is designed to remind today’s parents that through the power of imagination, Barbie allows girls to explore their limitless potential.”

Agency: BBDO, San Francisco Via