Erna and Hrefna 09 - 10.
Erna and Hrefna 2011.
goddamnit how can I ever expect anything out of my life after this
my existence has reached its peak
you are ridiculous
I GIVE UP- IM RUINED FOR ALL MEN
Cutting hair short “just because” and changing hairstyles frequently is a sign of fickleness, and that is inherently unattractive. That’s why short hair is often seen on little girls and little teenage hipster chicks and riotgrrl punx because they haven’t matured to be able to take care of their own appearance.
Something as simple and easy as having long, flowing, beautiful and sexy hair is a sign of integrity and being able to stick to one thing for quite a while, something that most people lack in this day and age. It’s a sign of maturity and adulthood.
There’s also something really sensual about long, untamed, naturally grown hair. Seeing it is like an instant connection to nature and earthiness and humanness, if you’re into that spiritual hippie stuff. I am, if only a little bit.
Now I’m not saying that a sexy girl can’t look sexy with short hair (because she’s already sexy regardless), but I think a woman looks like a woman when she has long hair. Long hair is a signifier of maturity and womanliness.
shut the fuck up
“…because they haven’t matured to be able to take care of their own appearance.”
or you know
because if men don’t have to spend a good chunk of their morning getting their hair fixed up for the day, why the hell should women have to???
not to mention that short hair dries faster and is better for athletes, it doesn’t get everywhere, fits under wigs nicely, is harder to pull, and just generally looks nice
“…as simple and easy as having long, flowing, beautiful and sexy hair …”
are you being serious right now
you are obviously not someone who has ever had long hair before
there is NOTHING EASY about having long hair
think of all that brushing
my mother kept my hair long when i was younger, and we’d spend half an hour in her room brushing it because it was so long
(tl;dr: “long hair is a signifier of maturity and womanliness”, more like “i can’t deal with the fact that some people like to have their hair short and therefore people can’t be mature or sexy without having my preferred hairstyle)
Hi and welcome to sweden! this is what happens over a night here
I watched this so many times
you could hide a dead body under it
two types of people
This is Peanut the turtle, shortly after being found in Missouri in 1993. She was taken to to a zoo in St. Louis where the six-pack ring was removed.
It seems that she was trapped in the plastic ring as a young turtle and was unable to free herself. Subsequently her shell moulded itself to the plastic ring and she grew in the strange shape you see here.
Unfortunately the damage is permanent, but peanut is expected to live a long life and today she serves as a mascot for the fight against beach littering.
Please, always remember to clean up after yourself at the beach.
More on peanuts’ story and current status: http://bit.ly/WnNWd8
Please keep your memories of the beach in your head, not at the beach.
“The thing about the dance is, you never get to stop. Every day you wake up, it’s the same bloody question that haunts you: is today the day I die? Death is on your heels, baby, and sooner or later it’s gonna catch you. And part of you wants it… not only to stop the fear and uncertainty, but because you’re just a little bit in love with it. Death is your art. You make it with your hands, day after day. That final gasp. That look of peace. Part of you is desperate to know: What’s it like? Where does it lead you? And now, you see, that’s the secret. Not the punch you didn’t throw or the kicks you didn’t land. Every Slayer… has a death wish. Even you. The only reason you’ve lasted as long as you have is you’ve got ties to the world… Your mum, your brat kid sister, the Scoobies. They all tie you here, but you’re just putting off the inevitable. Sooner or later, you’re gonna want it. And the second… the second that happens… You know I’ll be there. I’ll slip in… Have myself a real good day. Here endeth the lesson.”