I wanting a funny quirky maybe even ridiculous anime.
I saw Devil Part Timer on Netflix. Though it was so funny, some times random too short.
or something like Wallflower.
Just want an anime that will make me laugh.
sooo anyone got any good funny anime recommendations?
alright you can recommend whatever anime, I really want a funny quirky one.
so my phone got lost/stolen yesterday. I had an iphone 5.
My sister is letting me add a line to her Verizon plan so I can get a phone for free...my options are iPhone 5c or LG G3..
which would you choose? I'm partial to iphone...but the G3 looks kinda awesome..and such a huge screen.
Do you prefer iPhone, Android, or Windows phones?
What phone do you have?
Have you ever lost a phone or had one stolen? This is the first time in 12 years that I've ever had one go missing. :(
or... you know... something resembling that. Alright, so, I'm eighteen and the only makeup I've touched is lipgloss and mascara once with diasterous results. The clumpiness... dear god. Anyway, that was when I was 12 and, needless to say I need some help. I don't know what products to get for a first timer and honestly? It's overwhelming walking into a Sephora or even a damn Macy's make-up counter, lol. I don't know how to create "looks" so I don't know what to start with so I decided to ask tqc some questions, and maybe you can share some other tips to help?
1. How do you 'start?' So to speak. I always see people with incredibly large collections and I can barely understand how that even began. What kind of stuff do you buy first? Why do people have so many different kinds of blush just from different brands? WHAT IS THE GOOD BRAND. (really, just answer the first question, the rest are just my inane ramblings)
2.How did you build up your makeup collection bc, tbqh, that shit is expensive. Some lipgloss I purchased recently was $5. lil tube. lil tube of gloss. cray, bruh.
3. This ties into my first -I'm more interested in that no makeup makeup look, lol. So, I guess that helps figure out where I should start a bit, but I'm not so sure. Are there 'staples' sort of like how there are skin care 'staples?' Like, do you need primer? It seems like such an artifical step.
4. tell me about ur fun makeup experiences.
Google is not helpful.
I'm using my housemates chromecast. Netflix works fine from my iphone, but not from my macbook. I've tried restarting it etc but it's not having any of it. Any ideas?
What albums/songs/artists/etc do you feel were the most influential/important/helpful to you in your teen years for dealing with your headspace/feelings/tough times/etc?