Puts things in perspective…I would rather have breast implants than a year of college.
Not that I’d ever get breast implants though. If I did I’m pretty sure I’d suffocate myself…
…I have no respect for someone who would choose implants over education. Fuck.
If you have no respect for people because of their personal choices then you are an asshole. Period.
Clearly whoever made this does not attend the University of Arizona.
I have a huge problem with this. Sure, tuition and adventures are great, but if I want implants or slim fast or my nails done, who the fuck is anyone to judge me for making a choice? I see where they’re trying to go with this, but they failed miserably. This poster would be better off by just saying “Do what the fuck you want, as long as you aren’t harming other people”. Jeez.
Reblogged for the commentary directly above
DON’T YOU KNOW WANTING TO GET BREAST IMPLANTS IS JUST AS BAD AS HITLER WANTING TO START THE THIRD REICH!?!?![/yes, someone actually argued this to me the other day. Jeezus… >_>]
so this poster is telling us that we should all love the things on the right and if we want anything onthe left we’re fake and materialistic and hate our bodies? Awesome.
Yup. If you wanna gussy yourself up/lose weight/make your boobs bigger you are just a big dumb doo-doo head
Slim-Fast is garbage, though. More like Slim-Slow
Plus it makes you all gassy
never wanted to try it. glad to know my acrylics should be frowned upon, let me rip them off immediately.
How expensive are acrylic nails, anyway? I assumed they were cheap so when I saw that “day at an amusement park” thing I was like LOL NO, AMUSEMENT PARKS ARE HELLA-EXPENSIVE
At the end of the day, I just keep coming back to this simple thought.
DO WHATEVER THE FUCK YOU WANT TO BECAUSE IT’S YOUR LIFE AND YOU’RE THE ONE LIVING IT. You owe it to no one to be anything other than what you want to be for yourself.
I might not agree with all the shit people believe, do, and say but I damn sure will fight for their right to believe, do, and say what they want (within reason).
Do I personally value a lot of the stuff on the right more than the left? Yeah. But that’s ME. I’m not everybody. My tastes and personal morals don’t dictate how everyone should feel. So if you want to change your appearance, do it. Do whatever the fuck you want… So long as you aren’t hurting anyone else, why should anyone tell you how to live?
Besides the hype, besides the technical fuckups of NASDAQ, besides the overvaluation and offering too many shares during their IPO, I think the reason Facebook’s stock is failing as much as it is right now is that people have come to realize that Everybody’s Favorite Social Network is just too obnoxious, intrusive, and data-scrapingly assholish in the way it treats everyone from its most ardent users to, sadly, people on third-party platforms like, I dunno, TUMBLR, that perhaps want nothing at all to do with the privacy black hole that is Mark Zuckerberg’s dickishness incarnate but wake up and log on to find THIS UTTER BULLSHIT.
I go on Tumblr to be on Tumblr, Tumblr. Please leave the shitty Facebook tactics to Facebook.
What they said.
“I wish Disney would make a princess movie for the older generations. We’ve grown up now and none of the Disney princess dreams apply anymore. I want an older, realistic princess.”
But no tho.
Go watch Enchanted because that’s as close as you’re going to get… at least from actual Disney.
Have we met? >_>
CISPA Replaces SOPA As Internet’s Enemy No. 1 (Must Read)
The Internet has a new enemy. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011 (CISPA), also known as H.R. 3523, is a “cybersecurity” bill in the House of Representatives. While CISPA does not focus primarily on intellectual property (though that’s in there, too), critics say the problems with the bill run just as deep.
As with SOPA and PIPA, the first main concern about CISPA is its “broad language,” which critics fear allows the legislation to be interpreted in ways that could infringe on our civil liberties. The Center for Democracy and Technology sums up the problems with CISPA this way:
• The bill has a very broad, almost unlimited definition of the information that can be shared with government agencies notwithstanding privacy and other laws;
• The bill is likely to lead to expansion of the government’s role in the monitoring of private communications as a result of this sharing;
• It is likely to shift control of government cybersecurity efforts from civilian agencies to the military;
• Once the information is shared with the government, it wouldn’t have to be used for cybesecurity, but could instead be used for any purpose that is not specifically prohibited.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) adds that CISPA’s definition of “cybersecurity” is so broad that “it leaves the door open to censor any speech that a company believes would ‘degrade the network.’”
Moreover, the inclusion of “intellectual property” means that companies and the government would have “new powers to monitor and censor communications for copyright infringement.”
Furthermore, critics warn that CISPA gives private companies the ability to collect and share information about their customers or users with immunity — meaning we cannot sue them for doing so, and they cannot be charged with any crimes.
According to the EFF, CISPA “effectively creates a ‘cybersecurity’ exemption to all existing laws.”
“There are almost no restrictions on what can be collected and how it can be used, provided a company can claim it was motivated by ‘cybersecurity purposes.’” the EFF continues.
“That means a company like Google, Facebook, Twitter, or AT&T could intercept your emails and text messages, send copies to one another and to the government, and modify those communications or prevent them from reaching their destination if it fits into their plan to stop cybersecurity threats.”
Ron Paul sucks
A vote for Ron Paul is a vote for “I don’t really understand politics or policy.”
A vote for Ron Paul is a vote for “I value my rights as a white person being able to smoke weed over everything else. And I may not really even know what that ‘everything else’ may be.”
Pretty fucking much.
“I strive to be as skinny as the Disney princesses”
WDC: Still posting thinspiration shit without trigger warnings or anything…
Gov. Rick Perry returns to Texas with his political reputation diminished and his electoral record marred by his first defeats at the ballot box.
Whether that will limit his effectiveness as governor — or dampen his ambitions — will be closely monitored at the Texas Capitol in the coming months.
Perez Hilton To Make Appearance on Tonight’s WWE RAW Supershow
Like it or not, he’s actually already at the arena for tonight’s show. WWE.com explains why:
The celebrity gossip blogger – who has mentioned he’d like to get in the WWE ring with John Cena – was recently put through Diva Boot Camp in Hollywood with Kelly Kelly, Alicia Fox and Eve. (WATCH) The Divas are his newest guest bloggers on Fitperez.com, his web site focused on fitness, health, wellness and celebrities. (Check out Eve’s first blog on Fitperez.com/WWEDivas.)
It’s weird to see that it took a D-List Internet blogger to get the WWE to put a spotlight on a Divas match, but that’s what happened. Plus, I’m sure they’re banking on getting #WWEPerez to start trending online.
I have a bad feeling about this.
Debating whether or not I want to even attempt to tune in tonight.
WWE.com has announced that celebrity blogger Perez Hilton will serve as the special guest referee of a Divas match on this week’s Monday Night Raw Supershow.
Are they TRYING to make me stop watching?!