I thought that because they don"t break a window or crash a door, the alarm can't switch on...
And the car?
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I've never found this topic before. How come? Is there anyone who's interested in nail art? It's soo much my hobby, I just drown in it, when it comes to nail painting, so many different designs to do and so many ideas! It's rly good for imagination, motility and people outside come to you asking "did you do these at the salon?" no! I did them myself! This is amazing. Some girls say: "my nails are so short that I can't do anything with them" Yes you can! you can practically do every kind of design on any size and length of the nails. I've used to have rly long nails but I personally don't like them, 'cause it feels uncomfortable for me.
There are so many ways to do the nail art.
- Water marbling
- Swirling (water marble off-water)
- Printing, stamping (for example newspaper design)
and many more.
For example, here are some of my fav. designs I've ever done.
Tiger nails, look rly sexy on.
Pink leopard, also amazing on
And I called the last one "Echo of the ocean" as I wanted to recreate ocean waves ^^
You know, what I kind of did was... Well, I am a very visual person. So I made a chart of things that were important to me... values, goals, people, places and kind of laid it all out. From there I was able to pick out the things I wanted to make a priority. For example, I love to travel but it's hard to get out of Canada on short trips since everything is so far. So that was a problem. Then I made it up to me to find a solution... i.e. why not move closer to the places I'd like to visit? From then I found out what I had to do to make that happen. It was very systematic. I think we get caught in this idea of WHO AM I? WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? And it is INCREDIBLY overwhelming. I think what we need to look at is who am I RIGHT NOW. What's important to me now, not 15 years down the road. And you kind of need to break it into bite-sized chunks and work things out one step at a time.
That sounds great. I think I need this approach too; what are the things in my life RIGHT NOW that I want to change or want to keep the same? What can I do at this point to make things happen or change?
That's good indeed. But as for me when I set the goals and even make plans to reach them, I fail or give up, cause I'm naturally very irresolute. As soon as I lose motivation I drop everything. Like in the beginning of the year as everyone else, I had so many plans to go to travel, to change things, to improve myself in all ways, to work, to be just happy, I drew things in my head, visualized them (as I believe in the Attraction Law) but now it's july and nothing happened -.- Yes I did go to the Migration Service a few times and they didn't accept my documents and I was like "ugh." Besides I lost motivation, which was high back then. I did find a job (actually the job found me and I'm super thankful for that)
Alright, sorry for the double post but.. yeah gonna say some words before I forget them.
1-st of all didn't like the movie but liked Emma. Simply because it was super interesting to see her in a role of a "bad" girl", won't leave comments about how she managed that role, cause I'm not sure.
While I was watching this I was reminded of how I felt watching Spring Breakers.
It doesn't feature the same surrealist art or sexual exploitation, but they both seem to lack a narrative structure and tell the story in a non-linear fashion.
There are no setups or payoffs. There are no character arcs. Scenes begin and end abruptly and are pieced together with musical interstitials.
This can be confusing to the audience and gives the whole movie a dream-like quality.
2-nd: you're absolutelly right! The movie was so boring that I kept wondering the entire time how come that Emma's hair grew so fast lol and how hot she looks as a brunette. And it has practically the same story-line as Spring Breakers. Spring Breakers is one of them most senseless movies I've ever watched. Who directed it btw?
3-d. A totally senseless thing is that how could they think they'd get into the houses lol. Celebrities for sure have plenty of security and anti-burglar system and the cars, how come they didn't start to honk when they even touched them. "Paris has left keys under the mat" yeah right. The movie founders could have made it more interesting by adding some action in those scenes. Btw, scenes. They are so messed up and confusing. Just like in Spring Breakers.
I guess that's all I can say. And yeah the trailer looked much better and my expectations were higher. When Rebecca was getting
I'd feel pathetic for myself going to the movies alone and I'd start thinking "nobody likes me, nobody needs me" bla bla, tho I love going SHOPPING alone! no one says "blah it sucks and this one is better" I will choose w.e. I like.
It's playing near me in NY but I can't find anyone to go with booooooo lol
let's go! tho I'm miles away from the US haha
For sure, when you go with friends you don't talk during the film but after the movie, to discuss the different opinions.
Well you'll be able to talk about the movie here with us, so you won't be alone for this experience after all
yeah talking after the movie is a priceless moment.
'Somebody loves me. For somebody I am a daughter. For somebody I am a sister. For somebody I am a friend. And somebody hates me. I stay in someone's heart, someone's brain and someone's guts. I'm so unique.' cant remember where I've heard it.