That feeling when you like... how's my hair tho??? Happy almost #PRIDE y'all, few days away and there are shows shows shows. Saturday she'll be at @bizarrebushwick for @theesuburbia 's FULL MOONS party. Doors at 10. Then Sunday She'll be at @pianosnyc where @ronysinsomnia_band teams up with @blendthefemme to give you live music all night long!! There's so much to do this weekend, so just pick something and show up for your sisters!! That is what Pride is really about. Just remember Glamour Stephanie loves you no matter what.
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Welcome to the no.1 spot on the Game of Thrones top 10 episodes list! The best episode of GOT ever in my opinion is also the most shocking moment ever in TV history, Season 3 Ep 9 the Rains of Castamere. Only reading the books after watching the show, I had 0
Knowledge that there was a Red Wedding and when it happened my jaw hit the floor and went straight down to the first floor. I was truly amazed at how ruthless and sudden the killing of Talisa and her baby was that I couldn't help but yell in anger! Also to see Robb devastated and broken with no will to live just ripped my heart into half and to have it topped off by Catelyn's death was an extra knee to the balls. Despite the anger and outrage I felt in that moment, in retrospect it encapsulated the nativity of the Starks and how ruthless and cruel the Game of Thrones really is. Story telling where it emotionally and intellectually provokes you is such a rarity and to have this moment of true emotional madness filmed and told in such devastating fashion makes it easily the most admirable moments I've ever seen on TV and to this day is cemented in my brain as the greatest moment ever filmed for TV.
Did you know? 🤫
Body art, body bling, self-graffiti, walking billboards, fashionable ink accessories... Each of these expressions depict the physical nature of the tattoo. What’s often NOT discussed, however, is the emotional side of tattoos.
I vividly remember the first time I saw a “tramp stamp.” A woman was reaching for something in the front row of a large auditorium and a few rows of men and women witnessed her walking artistry. Everyone had a reaction. And once she left the room, we all talked about it. It was like group therapy.
The responses ranged from “She’s definitely a party girl, probably drinks a lot, has a lot of sex and a rough childhood,” to “She’s probably really creative, edgy, a leader and an independent thinker.” Some liked her more, some liked her less and many guys were more interested in her because of the tattoo. Whatever the response, we were all intrigued, and each of us conjured up our own personal version of her story — all from the sight of a well-placed tattoo.
In those days, tattoos were still controversial. Now, they’re more accepted than ever. You could even call them “trendy.” In the nightlife scene, tattoo artists are rapidly becoming a popular career choice. Sooner or later, we’re going to see a leather-clad, tattoo-sleeved, multi-pierced guy named Rocko at our kid’s career fair standing next to the “Be a DJ” booth. Although tattoos have been around for more than 5,000 years (Egyptians used tattoos to differentiate peasants from slaves and social branding has been around a long time), ink art has really exploded in the last 25 years.
I’m off to grand adventures in the beauty that is Washington State! I love that place so much—it’s full of magic and green and water everywhere. I know it doesn’t compare to some places, but it’s where my love of reading really flourished. I read Harry Potter, Inkheart, and poured over Dragonology time and time again. I even remember one time I explored the special features on the first three HP movies when I was home sick from school all day long and thought there was a dragon living behind my house. Good times. *sigh* Sooo much nostalgia!
I actually wrote a poem about WA and my magical memories of it. I’ll share it on here when I get to take some pictures there!
What’s your favorite and/or most nostalgic place? Western Washington is my favorite AND most nostalgic😘