What would you put in Room 101?Watch
It gets on my nerves. *cringes*
I did this speech in year 11... I said I wanted to AND I QUOTE "Put Shakespeare in Room 101 because he's so horny there's like 500 sex scenes in each of his plays"
I did that
Cringe is an understatement... got a C- for inappropriate language X'D
- Body shamers
- Double standards
- Misogynistic people
- People who think they're better than everyone else
- Closed minded people
- Fake/sly people
- Spineless people
- Thick caveman brows people do nowadays thinking it suites them
- People who heavily contours their faces
- Girls with abnormally big butts
- Majority of the rap artists nowadays
- Nicki Minaj
Firstly saying I dislike heavily contoured faces isn't body shaming if they didn't choose it (e.g. born that way), since they chose to do their makeup like this.
Secondly if people are born with thick brows and they naturally try to enhance it then I think it looks good (e.g. Cara Delevigne & Katrina kaif).
But if people were naturally born with thin/arched brows, and they blindly follow the trend from Instagram by overdrawing their brows thicker, without considering if it suites them, then that's when it looks bad. (e.g. Demi Lovato)
Since I believe what you have naturally got is there for a reason, but instead of hiding it you should be enhancing it.
Thirdly I don't think there's anything wrong with naturally big butts by natural means such as weight gain and strength training e.g. Iggy Azalea, since it doesn't look off to me. But if it's through surgical enhancement (which girls on Instagram do) that's when it looks off, since it doesn't look natural to me.
Well that is just my opinion. I wouldn't force my opinion on anyone. Even though there are many people who follow these trends nowadays and it irritates me, I choose to keep my opinions to myself.
Basically people with sh** reaction times