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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-07 02:49:45
ID: 5054
I use the old school red pencil Maybelline eyeliner, and even take a lighter to it! It goes on nice and stays on and washes off easy. it doesn't smear into my crease but that's because I use powder on my eyelid to keep it dry, my eyelids are oily. (wierd!)
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-06 22:54:19
ID: 5052
I hate seeing men in skinny jeans, everything looks all squished and it's just gross. However I'm pretty sure they don't get labelled nasty names (except maybe "hipster", which is not quite on the same level of viciousness as "slut", even if everyone does dislike hipsters, they don't generally get raped and murdered for dressing that way) for wearing clothes. People are kind of getting away from the issue here. No, I wouldn't really like to see a guy in daisy dukes, but although people might regard him as looking ridiculous, I doubt people would judge he was an immoral person and doesn't deserve to be treated with respect, as many people seem to think is acceptable with a "slutty" looking woman.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-06 20:53:18
ID: 5049
I'm interested in trying a new eyeliner. What's everyone's favorite? It always seems like it smudges, fades, or ends up in the crease of my upper lid, no matter what brand I try.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-06 18:11:07
ID: 5030
Down 6 pounds since April! I've been doing a walking program I found online and cut out most processed foods. Yaaaay!!!!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-06 17:33:39
ID: 5035
Genuine confusion...the people who have about 1500 Facebook friends...are they people you met once, do you not know some of them at all in real life? I have about 60 odd friends because I keep pruning my Facebook "tree", I don't add people I don't know (I've had a few requests for that) or people I've met once. I've even had "requests" from people who clearly didn't like me (and the feeling was mutual. I guess some people are really social, but I feel like others are "Facebook friend collecting".
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-06 17:26:29
ID: 5034
I agree with not broadcasting the names and manifestos by the media. If the collective media can come together and never ever talk of the shooter when reporting the stories, I think it would go a long way with not enticing other to do it. No fame, no promise of glory by anyone.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-06 16:54:09
ID: 5032
Omg, picturing a guy wearing daisy dukes, yuck! I've seen photos of that in the "people of walmart" book. That is not something I wish to see ever again. lol!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-06 15:47:52
ID: 5017
Thanks fellow CCC poster, for mentioning the show "Louie"..hilarious! About as non-PC as you can get, which is kind of refreshing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-06 15:25:10
ID: 5020
I freaking LOVE Joss Whedon. The man can do no wrong in my eyes.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-06 14:14:33
ID: 5008
If a guy wants to wear a pair of daisy dukes he can go right ahead. Doesn't bother me. Another fucking ridiculous argument.
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