Teenage girls, please don’t worry about being super popular in high school, or being the best actress in high school, or the best athlete. Not only do people not care about any of that the second you graduate, but when you get older, if you reference your successes in high school too much, it actually makes you look kind of pitiful, like some babbling old Tennessee Williams characters with nothing else going on in her current life. What I’ve noticed is that almost no one who was a big star in high school is also a big star later in life.
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This is an extreme close-up photo of a living human brain. It may look gross to some of you, but think about how amazing this is. You have one of these things inside your head. A mass of organic matter that contains billions of connections that make you. Every memory, everything that ever was in your life is within this mass. So yes, it may look gross, but it’s pretty amazing
Photo by Robert Ludlow, of the Institute of Neurology at UCL (University College London). It was taken while a patient with epilepsy was being operated on. It won the Wellcome Image Award two years ago.
Lisa loops her arm through Barry’s on their way to Detective West’s car, knocking their heads together so there’s less chance of them being overheard.
“You didn’t have to do this, you know,” she says lowly, tone conversational, and Barry smiles at his earlier words parroted back at him.
“S’not a big deal,” he says dismissively. “Least I could do, after you stood up for me like that.”
Lisa silently disagrees, knowing that without Barry’s intervention, she’d be stuck in that school far past when the final bell would ring, confined to the nurse’s office until her father decided he had let her stew in anxiety and anticipation long enough—and yeah, Ms. Temple is cute, but Lisa’s been tired of her not-so-subtle attempts to get Lisa to open up about her home life since the first time she stepped foot in that office, three days into freshman year. “Still, kid. Thanks.”
There are a lot of make-up brands that claim to be cruelty free/or vegan when in fact they are really not. So before you go on Instagram advertising products to be cruelty free/or vegan.Please make sure they actually are! A brand who’s parent company is not cruelty free means every time you buy a product from there daughter brand you are contributing to animal cruelty, even though the brand claims to be “cruelty free”. Also if the brand sells in China they are NOT cruelty free because China has a law that animal cruelty must take place before the product can be sold in any shops.
There are so many amazing brands that do not test on animals and with low prices. Please stop contributing to the killing of the cute bunnies,mice,monkeys,rats and many more animals. That do not deserve to die due to our vanity.
Here’s a list of amazing cruelty free/vegan brands.That won’t cost you a fortune to purchase and will still be just as good,if not better than brands that do test on animals.