I was reading a book blurb on Goodreads and my brain went into shock at this statement;
“a man who looks like Chris Hemsworth and Joe Manganiello’s love child”
Just think, if such a person existed.
If science was to bestow this gift to mankind I think it could end wars at least among the female population. It would be two women fighting each other then bam! a photo of this personification of gorgeous and they bond over the masterpiece! Objectification is such a nice thing when its not happening to you 😛
Just cause I could!
I just realized I do a lot of these apology posts, since I tend to go MIA a lot. So again, I am really really really sorry about missing so many days of posting. Forgive me?
I would love to say I have good enough reason, but just the usual reasons, work, net issues, laziness and other things. But… I have some fabulous news. I just opened a new blog!!!
Yay! So make sure you pass by and check it out: The Human Suspect
Can’t wait to catch up on what y’all have been up to.
When I say I love Fridays its because good things always happen on Friday. This week has been a weird one. For one I didn’t have internet so I haven’t posted anything I feel like I have neglected my child. Is this how a mother feels? Today is the day I finally have uninterrupted internet. Which means,
Any way enough whining next week is gonna be better. Fingers crossed!
Well I found this love letter to a jilted lover and thought I had to post it:
Hehe! Have a nice weekend everyone!
A week or so ago Madonna made her way to the land of beauty – Yeah, am still a little sensitive to being ranked the ugliest people in Africa – and wild beasts. Kenya the small country with a boatload of problems. She came on her humanitarian mission to raise awareness of charities and landed with the help of our beautiful First Lady Margret Kenyatta. The two went around the slum areas feeding the poor, cleaning up the sewage and you know all that goody stuff that make you look like mother Teresa. This, however, is not a post about the good they have done or disregarding the good things they did for that community but rather this one simple tweet…
So this isn’t the actual one that I wanted to post but its pretty close since I couldn’t find the original. Any who, I don’t know if they were trying to imply we drink sewage water or what? But it could have been phrased better. Like I don’t know, don’t suggest that this is where we get our drinking water from. I get that our slum areas are not what you find in the states but its not like the colonies were here to better us, so we are a little behind. All am saying is we have tap water and we waste water in showers just like the rest of you.
If you are going to make a vague statement, do what I do and say this is just your stupid opinion and not something that has been researched and accepted. For what its worth some of the richest people in Kenya made their start in Kibera and some actually still live there. Kibera is separated into two the extremely wealthy, like say a former president’s apartment complex and the extremely poor, who are the people mostly exploited to show how we still leave in hovels.
Well, I feel relieved after getting that off my chest.
Happy Purple Monday. 😀
You just know something ticked me off and I have to share…
You hit me once
I hit you back
You gave a kick
I gave a slap
You smashed a plate
Over my head
Then I set fire to our bed
“Kiss with a fist”
Florence + The Machine
How you gon’ ask me bout your hair, girl, when I bought it?
Little Mix ft Sean Paul
Hair extension jokes now? Rude! Hilariously rude!
As almost anyone whose fore fathers were colonized I have a problem with the 13 colonies but since I can’t really do anything other than mouth off, Happy Independence Day America! 😛