Went to the club and made it pour on the pussy. Hahahahaha.
lovelylovelesserica asked: it's on the ceiling and thus unable to be put under a cup. fucking gravity. thank you for your well wishes in these trying times.
My only wish is that before the terror set it that you noticed its position and let out a proclamation of: “Drats!” as you snapped your fingers while moving your arm across your chest with a look of consternation.
I really hope this imagery translates.
His brand is his business. And ‘branding’ that brand is everything. If you recall, the company said a couple years ago that they didn’t want “The Situation” wearing their clothes either. No one had an issue with that. Most actually made jokes.
But now, non-beautiful people are being slighted and everyone cries foul.
BUT HE’S UGLY TOO!
Who gives a shit what this guy thinks? And who cares that you’re offended? In all honesty, do you think most companies don’t think this way? Because they do.
It’s the reason most upscale bars charge more; to keep out the riff-raff. It’s the reason there’s dress codes for fancy restaurants; it produces a more consistent and markedly less “urban” clientele. It’s the reason luxury car makers don’t advertise with rappers and drug dealers; because although that’s who may also buy the cars, they buy it because that’s what business men drive. Business men shown in movies and ads. It’s the reason perfumers use models and actors in their campaigns and not ordinary people.
They want to sell you something in hopes that you think it’ll make you like that something from the adverts. If you want honesty in advertising and marketing, then you’d see a lot of “Dress Code: no tshirts or ballcaps because we don’t want black people who fight drinking in here” type bars.
This isn’t fucking new.
But what about Dove’s “Real Beauty” campaign?!?!
That’s fuckin’ pandering, after all is said and done. And if you’re honest, you know that. Nothing wrong with admitting it.
I hate the term “plus-size model” anyway.
And wow! People have body dysmorphia? You mean people think they’re less attractive than they really are? No fucking way!!
I’m not saying this guy isn’t a dick, he is. Just don’t act so fucking shocked. Beautiful people sell things to people who want to be beautiful. That’s called “target marketing.”
You mean that cigarette companies don’t want me to quit smoking? Then why do they warn me of the health hazards?
Companies do not have your feelings or best interest in mind if it affects their bottom line.
Get a grip.
I haven’t seen anyone over the age of 19 wear Abercrombie and Fitch anyway. So, move on.
If this guy wants to make an ass out of himself by speaking about what should be unspoken, then fuck ‘im.
But it’s not gonna stop cute little blonde girls from wearing tight yellow AF shirts and getting ready for summer.
And it’s certainly not gonna stop him from making a metric fuckton of money.
Addendum: As a caveat: Sorry, not sorry. I’m pretty sure this guy is trying to make it so his clothes are synonymous with attractive people, not denying the distribution of LifeStraws to malaria-stricken kids in Africa. Get over it. There are more abhorrent things in the world.
Is there anything in the rulebook about taking a few Tylenol PMs at 4:30 in the morning?
I’d really like to know. Because after 2 hours of sleep yesterday and a 5 o’clock wake up 23 hours ago, this restlessly laying in bed shit is fuckin’ getting old.
And now I’m just another person on the internet bitching about not being able to sleep.
Oh and you’re out of smokes and the gas station is closed? Even better.
10 points to Gryffindor for originality.
Crown me; King of the shitbirds.
Self-affirming Friday. My favorite day of the week :) ;) :(
Home alone yesterday. Straight killin’ the snapchat game.