BAD GiRlS UNiTED

Sometimes being BAD is the only way to be GOOD

  • 3rd December
    2011
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  • 3rd December
    2011
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Definitely Addicted!!!!

If you have been in Sephora lately, or anywhere, you had to see this polish! The OPI for Sephora Glitter top-coats with the big glitter are my new polish addiction! I bought the gold one and it is super cute alone or as a top coat. I am going to put mine over black polish…perfect for a holiday season party! Get yours for $9.50!

My other addiction is the new Magnetic polishes from Sephora as well. They are so cool! They have purple and grey, and when you move the magnet on the lid across the polish, a pattern raises up onto your nail. Check it out if you haven’t already! They’re kinda pricey for $16….but there is always room for one more thing on your Christmas Wish List!! 

Yolita Felice

  • 28th November
    2011
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Has Your Significant Other Passed The Test?

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Fact: Behavior is learned. Not ALL behavior, but some is… We learn to test the limits as we grow older. As a baby, out the womb, by nature, we know that when we cry we get what we NEED, of course, because there is nothing else you CAN do. Once we grow as a baby, we learn that Mom or Dad will hold or give us what we WANT if we shed a few tears. 

As a child, we already know what we can get away with. If we throw a temper tantrum, cry, pout or whine, eventually we’ll get what we want. Not only do we test our parents, we also test our teachers. Within the first few weeks of school, we try to see how far we can go and try to push it as far as we can. 

Once we get older and get in relationships, we even try to see what our significant others will let us get away with. We have to see what works, we don’t even realize we do it sometimes.

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The gold digger may try to see what all she can get out of a man financially. The spoiled brat may try to see what she can do to get her way. The controller will try and control different situations until they are in full control. The cheater will try and see how low and weak their significant other is to see how far they can go with their cheating ways… and if they will stay. We test the relationship and if our other half does not let us get away with it all, we change OR find someone that will. 

When you start complaining about the person that you are with, remember, you passed their test, so don’t be upset. A person will only do what you ALLOW them to do. 

  • 13th November
    2011
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Jay-Z “Occupy All Streets”- Not For Sale

 	Russell Simmons and Jay-Z backstage on Nov. 8 at a Watch the Thrones concert, with Jay-Z wearing his "Occupy All Streets" T-shirt.

On November 8, Jay-Z wore this shirt reading “Occupy All Streets” instead of the movement, “Occupy Wall Street.” The shirt was supposed to go on sale, through Rocawear, November 11 for $22. Jay’s rep said the shirt was created in support of the movement and supposedly also stated no proceeds from the shirt would go towards the movement. Of course there was controversy behind this so since then, the shirts have been pulled from the site. At the end of the day, Jay-Z is a business man. No one said he had to donate. He may have made a contribution. Ya never know!

" ‘Occupy All Streets’ is our way of reminding people that there is change to be made everywhere not just Wall Street," a rep told Business Insider. Now that REAL! Oh well! No shirts for us. 

||Vernae J.||

  • 8th November
    2011
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  • 8th November
    2011
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No Shave November

Orginating from Movember…to raise awareness for prostate cancer and other health issues affecting men.

For MOVEMBER men (Mo Bros) start the month of November off clean shaven and allow their mustaches to grow throughout the month. There are organizations that raise money to bring awareness to mens’ health issues during this time period.

We see #NoShaveNovember all over twitter which is basically the same thing, raising awareness. I hope all the young men that are participating this year take time to get their health checked out. I don’t know why men hate going to the doctor, but that causes alot of illnesses to go untreated! We think we’re still young and invincible, but your health isn’t something to play with!

::Caress::

  • 7th November
    2011
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  • 7th November
    2011
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Response to @BMW_760 

First of all, I would like to say, B. Watts, you are a DAMN fool for that accent. Secondly, I didn’t really gain weight as a freshman. I gained weight from alcohol, once I turned 21, I gained weight like crazy! I never was really a sweets eater or a soda drinker. When you are in college, many of us aren’t worried about working out, we would rather have fun. You hang out with your friends, eat fast food because you are on the go instead of cooking and DRINK! In high school, we did more physical extra curricular activities.

Speaking from experience, I didn’t realize how much weight I actually gained, until I stepped on a scale. Sure I went up a size or two, but the weight was so gradual, I could not even realize that I had gained SO much weight. Plus, everyone gains weight differently. Now that I am out of school, I am more conscious of what I eat and drink though. I think it was just about being caught up in the moment, at the time. For me at least… People that have never had a weight issue would NEVER understand. Weight can be an ongoing battle and if you are overweight, it takes lots of time and dedication to get right.

Good question though…

||Vernae J.||

  • 4th November
    2011
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  • 4th November
    2011
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