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I saw a while ago a video about how unnecessary gender products have big price differences in stores. So I went to walmart to buy shaving cream and razors since it’s too damn hot in Florida now, and turns out the video was right. I never go into the mens section but I just wanted check out for myself. I bought the men’s version of each product and I saved a difference of about $8 than I normally would have bought the women’s products for each. What surprised me the most is that it’s a more bang for your buck. Like the men’s shaving cream here is 10 oz cost about $3 while the cheapest women’s shaving cream cost about $5 and it was only 8 oz. The men’s razors brings so many replaceable razor heads cost me $4 while all the women’s razors were all about like $8 and they brought like 2 replaceable razor heads. So yeah, if you normally buy toiletries aimed towards women check the men’s section and compare the prices. Sure you’re sacrificing the pretty colors and nice scents of the products, but at the end of the day you want products that’ll last longer and cost cheaper.

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Japan is amazing 

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30 Day Anime Challenge: Day 1-Very first anime you watched 

  • Sailor Moon

Right before Pokemon started back in the late 90s, Sailor Moon came into my life. I’ve loved it ever since I was about 5 years old and I continue to love it today. I remember if I would ever miss an episode my mom would record it on a VHS tape so I can watch it later. Not only do I love the style and the way it looks, but I also like the lessons it teaches. It taught me about girl power, feminism and inner strength. Anyway, I can’t wait for the reboot in July!