Pop Culture & Food/Diet Channel
Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-18 21:45:46
ID: 54465
I'm doing another glycolic acid peel tonight. I do the 30% ones and it works so well. My skin has gotten so much brighter after doing them once a month.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-15 22:57:27
ID: 54421
In response to a confession. If this is in reference to my Pink Floyd post, I, in no way, gave this woman any crap. I thought it was cool that she liked the same music as me, only she had never listened to them. I grew up listening to older music, too, and would never criticize a person for wearing a shirt. Tbh, I'm probably considered young by some Pink Floyd fans (37). It just caught me off guard that she tried to lie. It's lame. The only thing worse is the Kardashians putting their faces on Black Sabbath shirts.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-15 21:43:02
ID: 54419
I had a Fleetwood Mac shirt when I was about 13 that was my dad's. I also happened to have all of their cassettes and vinyl albums from my dad that I listened to. I actually really do like them as a band and still do. So no one ever gave me crap for wearing the shirt because I actually did like their music even though it was "old". Old music is usually better than most of the new stuff that's out there anyway.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-15 19:44:26
ID: 54417
In response to a confession. Wow, stereotype much?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-15 19:20:45
ID: 54391
In response to a confession. I thought the same thing. I live in an area with lots of Amish and they all have cell phones and experience with the internet. They're more immersed in English culture than people realize. They can do whatever they want on rumspringa. Then you have those who left the Amish and share tidbits of their former culture.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-15 19:06:07
ID: 54404
In response to a confession. One of my coworkers wore a pink Floyd shirt to work once. A customer asked her what her favorite song was and she responded that she didn't know, it was her dad's shirt and she thought it looked cool. She was embarrassed, and said she'd stop wearing it. I told her she should keep wearing it, but listen to their music.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-15 18:32:55
ID: 54410
In response to a confession. She was my favorite too. But i recently checked out her instagram and I have no idea what happened to her. She obviously got a lot of plastic surgery and looks weird as hell. Shame too, she was pretty.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-13 21:31:09
ID: 54399
I know a girl who wears these long fake nails. She claims she gets "discriminated" for jobs because of them. Well, I can guess it's because she is a lab scientist like I am and you really can't work safely in a lab with long fake nails on. It's a safety hazard and it's not sanitary.
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Posted by: hanginin
2018-04-13 20:10:14
ID: 54392
In response to a confession. I know it's like that in some Amish communities, but it's not like that here. My coworker was looking for the bakery's website, not just the recipe. That's what I thought was so funny. Had she been looking for a recipe she probably would have found one. DH & I went to an Amish farm once to buy some baby ducks, and they had heat lamps going in the barn for their chicks and ducklings, working off a big-ass generator. We got a kick out of that.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-13 17:29:07
ID: 54390
In response to a confession. I think that generation just wants to wear the shirt and doesn't know the band. When my DD was in HS 14 years ago it was the same. At least she wore t-shirt of bands she knew.
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Not the Official Fascia Blaster. But the same concept: