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psychofactz:

  • Nod as you ask. Our brains have what are called ‘mirror neurons’ which activate to make us mimic other people’s actions. Sometimes they will also start to nod, which then makes them then agree with you.
  • If you have a big favor to ask, start by asking smaller ones ahead of time. This is called…

livihumanity:

A bit of CamGirl history.

Meet Jennifer Ringly, creator of Jennicam circa 1996-2003

The first webcam girl.

movie:

8 Must See Netflix Movies - follow movie for more like this!

movie:

90s Movies On YouTube!
A Gnome Named Gnorm (1990)
Madhouse (1990)
Pacific Heights (1990)
Wedlock (1991)
He Said She Said (1991)
The Borrower (1991)
Switched At Birth (1991)
The Taking Of Beverly Hills (1991)
Mistress (1992)
Braindead (1992)
South Central (1992)
Fatal Love (1992)
Juice (1992)
Who’s The Man (1993)
Strapped (1993)
Super Mario Bros (1993)
Judgment Night (1993)
Extreme Justice (1993)
Fresh (1994)
Greedy (1994)
Andre (1994)
Monkey Trouble (1994)
T-Force (1994)
Dead Presidents (1995)
Crying Freeman (1995)
Serpent’s Lair (1995)
Ransom (1996)
Marked Man (1996)
The People Next Door (1996)
Savage (1996)
The New Big Boss (1997)
Drive (1997)
Gia (1998)
Celebrity (1998)
The Patriot (1998)
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999)
Rollercoaster (1999)
Instinct (1999)
Inferno (1999)
If you like this list follow movie for more like it!
Three simple rules in life.
1. If you do not go after what you want, you’ll never have it.
2. If you do not ask, the answer will always be no.
3. If you do not step forward, you will always be in the same place.
(via soulsscrawl)
acornerofherheart:

moshimoshing:


anthems of a generation
you’ll probably be able to sing 89% of these songs off by heart
say it ain’t so - weezer // basket case - green day // just a girl - no doubt // what’s my age again? - blink-182 // teenage dirtbag - wheatus // in too deep - sum 41 // jude law and a semester abroad - brand new // cute without the e (cut from the team) - taking back sunday // my friends over you - new found glory // the anthem - good charlotte // stacy’s mom - fountains of wayne // grand theft autumn/where is your boy - fall out boy // ocean avenue - yellowcard // i miss you - blink-182 // american idiot - green day // i’m not okay (i promise) - my chemical romance // welcome to my life - simple plan // mr. brightside - the killers // move along - the all-america rejects // i write sins not tragedies - panic! at the disco // dance dance - fall out boy // here (in your arms) - hellogoodbye // teenagers - my chemical romance // the city is at war - cobra starship // crushcrushcrush - paramore // gives you hell - the all-american rejects // weightless - all time low

listen: 8tracks

This brings back so many memories. Holy crap.

acornerofherheart:

moshimoshing:

anthems of a generation

you’ll probably be able to sing 89% of these songs off by heart

say it ain’t so - weezer // basket case - green day // just a girl - no doubt // what’s my age again? - blink-182 // teenage dirtbag - wheatus // in too deep - sum 41 // jude law and a semester abroad - brand new // cute without the e (cut from the team) - taking back sunday // my friends over you - new found glory // the anthem - good charlotte // stacy’s mom - fountains of wayne // grand theft autumn/where is your boy - fall out boy // ocean avenue - yellowcard // i miss you - blink-182 // american idiot - green day // i’m not okay (i promise) - my chemical romance // welcome to my life - simple plan // mr. brightside - the killers // move along - the all-america rejects // i write sins not tragedies - panic! at the disco // dance dance - fall out boy // here (in your arms) - hellogoodbye // teenagers - my chemical romance // the city is at war - cobra starship // crushcrushcrush - paramore // gives you hell - the all-american rejects // weightless - all time low

listen: 8tracks

This brings back so many memories. Holy crap.

weedyindeedy:

tenphotos:

Art work by Luis Quiles

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FUCK THIS ART IS SO REAL

hirsuteandcute:

Ok so please excuse the craptastic quality of the photo, I had to take it with my iPad because my camera isn’t working but this lil thing is called an EpiStick (also called EpiCare) basically you lie it horizontally over whatever hair you want to remove and twist the knobs and it works kinda like threading bc the hairs get twisted up in the long silver coil which you may not be able to see that easily in this photo. I meant to write a post about it for so long and kept forgetting and then an anon sent me a message about it so thank you anon! I got mine off eBay for 99p so it’s really inexpensive and it works really well for forehead, cheek, chin etc hair. You can also use it on your upper lip but I have to admit that it hurts a lot more there than on the rest of your face, especially if you have quite a lot of upper lip hair like me. Idk if any of you have this too but my eyebrows tend to kinda grow ‘into’ my hairline if that makes sense, like I get a lot of hair around the sides of my face where my eyebrows are and this helps a lot bc it saves me from having to go to a salon just to get that bit threaded like I used to have to. Just bear in mind that on particularly thick hair it can cause a lil bit of bleeding/ breakouts but that tends to happen when you remove thick hair on your face anyway, just dose up on the aloe Vera gel and wipe the coil with a sanitising wipe or rubbing alcohol/surgical spirit. Anyway I’m not tryna sell you this or anything but I thought for people who want to remove any of their facial hair this might be a good option bc it’s inexpensive and imo works really well and saves having to go to the salon as often and isn’t as messy as wax or hair removal cream. Hope this helps the people who were asking xxx

hirsuteandcute:

Ok so please excuse the craptastic quality of the photo, I had to take it with my iPad because my camera isn’t working but this lil thing is called an EpiStick (also called EpiCare) basically you lie it horizontally over whatever hair you want to remove and twist the knobs and it works kinda like threading bc the hairs get twisted up in the long silver coil which you may not be able to see that easily in this photo. I meant to write a post about it for so long and kept forgetting and then an anon sent me a message about it so thank you anon! I got mine off eBay for 99p so it’s really inexpensive and it works really well for forehead, cheek, chin etc hair. You can also use it on your upper lip but I have to admit that it hurts a lot more there than on the rest of your face, especially if you have quite a lot of upper lip hair like me. Idk if any of you have this too but my eyebrows tend to kinda grow ‘into’ my hairline if that makes sense, like I get a lot of hair around the sides of my face where my eyebrows are and this helps a lot bc it saves me from having to go to a salon just to get that bit threaded like I used to have to. Just bear in mind that on particularly thick hair it can cause a lil bit of bleeding/ breakouts but that tends to happen when you remove thick hair on your face anyway, just dose up on the aloe Vera gel and wipe the coil with a sanitising wipe or rubbing alcohol/surgical spirit. Anyway I’m not tryna sell you this or anything but I thought for people who want to remove any of their facial hair this might be a good option bc it’s inexpensive and imo works really well and saves having to go to the salon as often and isn’t as messy as wax or hair removal cream. Hope this helps the people who were asking xxx