Stop whatever you’re doing and watch this now:

A speech by Tim Minchin that is simultaneously terrifying, depressing and incredibly inspiring.

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Happily Ever After?

Belle up for bestiality charges?
Jasmine fighting the CIA to get Aladdin back?
Ariel losing her sight due to BP?
Pocahontas becoming a little too trigger happy?

Basically, I think you should just stop whatever you’re doing and watch this video.
It’s brilliant.

What it’s like to be a twenty-something as told by Mean Girls, Bridesmaids and Girls.

Golly gosh, I love the inter-webs.
I found this little gem on them and just had to share it.
Kudos, BuzzFeed.


If you’re a twenty-something you probably feel like this:

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College was all like:
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But now you’re all like: 
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And…
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Most of the time you just want to yell at the universe.
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Because no one understands you. 
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With boys, it’s like:
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But with your girlfriends is more like: 
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And every time you say to a boy:
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He’s just like: 
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At which point you’re like: 
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And in the end, you don’t even want a boyfriend because:
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So I guess what I’m saying is that being in your twenties is hard.
Most of the time is feels like this: 

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Because the problem is: 
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But at the end of the day, you’re only twenty-somthing so you should be doing this:
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To see the whole story, you can head to the BuzzFeed article here.

Skirt length: Are you a prude or a slut?

The below image is originally from this flikr.
I don’t believe in labels and am often offended by societies constant desire to judge, label and group girls as either ‘prudes’ or ‘sluts’. Especially as these judgements arise solely from observing a women’s appearance or superficial behaviours.
That’s why the below image resounds so heavily with me and why I wanted to share it. The image is meant for social commentary and is social satire to the long standing ‘proper-arbitrary-skirt-length’ debate.

Just for the record, I wear mine matron-length but pencil-cut. You know, just to confuse people.

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