It does look a bit cheaply made and the word ‘smile’ isn’t as clear as the photos on the website, but for the price it feels a bit harsh to complain!
I picked this nail ring because it looked fun.
I made Lilly model if for me. It’s a fun little item and I can’t really say it’s bad quality, it’s exactly what I expected and I’m glad I got it. It is a little awkward to wear and you cannot really ‘blog’ while wearing it 😉
The last item I got was this bracelet, because I love my road bike. Even though she is currently acting as a dress holder.
Overall, the price is great for the quality of the items. If you’re only going to spend a couple of dollars on something, than you would probably expect not to get amazing quality. I’ve had jewellery from similar sites before and experienced terrible quality, to the point where I didn’t even want to wear it before. This isn’t the case with these items. If you’re wanting to pad out your collection quickly, then it’s a good place to get tonnes of items to mix and match with your outfits.
I’d be interested to see if their other items are as good value for money in regards to quality.
Which do you like the best?
Life stuff: You’ve gained weight!
I know in this post, I got a lot of comments saying that don’t need to lose weight.
Well, I was at work yesterday talking to a couple of the other managers a work alongside, when one looked me up and down and said ‘You’ve gained weight, haven’t you?’.
I just love it when people tell me that I have gained a noticeable amount of weight. Don’t you? It’s the best feeling ever. Can you tell me I’m ugly too? That makes me even happier.
Humans baffle me sometimes, they really do. Some of them are just idiots. I cannot remember one time in my life when I’ve ever thought it was acceptable to tell anybody that they’ve gained weight, or have lot of spots lately, or have greasy hair, or anything else like that. I might have thought it, but didn’t say anything.
Because it’s awkward and hurtful and it doesn’t really have anything to do with me. I don’t think I could care any less if anyone had gained weight or changed their physical appearance. As long as they aren’t a dick to me or make my life hard in anyway, then you can do whatever you want and look like whatever you want and I don’t see any reason for pointing it out. I’m too far up my own arse worrying about what I look like to notice anyone else. It’s kind of a miracle if I notice a housemate has a new haircut.
It’s like when people ask ‘Corinne, why haven’t you got a boyfriend yet?’.
‘Well, clearly it’s because I’m fat. And ugly and nobody likes my personality.’
Are there any questions or statements that make you feel simply terrible about yourself? How do you respond?