January 15th, 2015


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I got pulled over on the way to work for having a burned out headlight. I just got a warning, but now I have some questions.

My work commute is 45 minutes each way. Leaving work, it's about 20 minutes to the closest autoparts store. My boyfriend's going to help me change it, so I'll be going home from there. What are the odds I get pulled over again? If I do get pulled over a second time, am I going to get a ticket? I can only fix my car so quickly!

Last set, how do you keep an eye on your lights so you know they've burnt out without a cop telling you? I always assumed I'd know if one of my headlights went out, but apparently that's not the case.

Editing to add one last question. The sun was mostly up and the cop was behind me. How did he know my headlight was out?
Explode the Bitch.
  • bemkah

How to find opportunities that aren't scams

Hi everyone.

I'm looking to work from home - I have experience in social media/digital marketing (Facebook, Twitter, blogging etc) and I have a degree in editing. I have no idea how to go about finding out how to make a genuine go of this - does anyone have any ideas?

I should say that I'm in Australia.
july 21
  • 1n_lov3

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Question for my make up guru ladies here!

I'm looking for a translucent face powder that eliminates shine and leaves a mattifying effect.

I have absolutely no idea where to start with this! I'm good with every other aspect of makeup (eyes, lips etc) but when it comes to my face I'm just lost lol I don't use foundation or concealer, I don't feel like I need it. But I do love the idea of having a mattifying powder.

Some of the ones I've used either leave my face looking chalky or they break me out. Anyone have any suggestions?!