Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Results May Vary

*There are really no words for how I feel about this: This is How It Feels to Be Under a Nuclear Attack, an article composed of firsthand accounts from survivors of the bombing of Hiroshima.

*Fashion for Writers tells us exactly what's wrong with an Orientalist Christian Dior campaign.

*Sweet Cheeks panties are a kind way to cover your buns.


*Dream.Delight.Inspire wrote a lovely guide to keeping your wallet fat that you need to check out.

*Made-Up is a wonderful little film that shows (and questions) how the images around us affect how we present ourselves in everyday life. Found via Medicinal Marzipan.

*Kingsley lets us know why he has such a problem with "Airplanes" by B.o.B. This video is hilarious and I want this guy to be my BFF.

*Cat Safety Propaganda by Allie of Hyperbole and a Half.

*I can't really explain why, but something about this interview with Ke$ha makes me actually like her a little.

*Fatshionista's Lesley brings us an brief article called Love yourself but not too much: Seventeen's mixed message. Even though Seventeen promotes the Body Peace Project, they still send the message through their content that it's most okay to look a certain way, and that, my friends, is called hypocrisy. Give this a read and let me know what you think!

These are some of the things I'm lovin' lately, but results may vary. Let me know what you think in the comments!


Anonymous said...

I wish there was more peace in the world. I hate hearing about bombings.
Have a lovely day.


Anonymous said...

You're so right, the absurdness of our society really sucks.
Bad thing you don't understand any German (or do you?), because I do a lot of society-critics in my blog.

Have a nice day. :)

I hope it's okay if I link your blog next to the other ones I follow on the side bar of my blog? Because if you don't like that for some reason, just let me know. :)

Vanessa said...
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Vanessa said...

henghdf: I don't understand German, unfortunately, but I'd be delighted if you linked to me :)

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Anonymous said...

I am going to have some crazy nightmares about that Hiroshima thing. I remember reading the book, "Hirosmhima", in junior high. The descriptions of people's fingers swelling with pus, of people literally bursting with infections made me feel sick for weeks.

Anonymous said...

Oh man, I love Hyperbole and a Half but I always forget to read it. Must fix!

Laells said...

I have no words about that Hiroshima article. It's hard to even wrap your head around it.

On a lighter note, that critique of the airplanes song made me laugh. :)

Kimberley said...

Thank you so much for adding me to your lovely Results May Vary post - it's made my week! :) x


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