[RAW] Osananajimi ga Do M de Tsundere Nan Desu ga

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Bitchy Jones's Diary

One of the odd things about Club Pedestal – which is entirely not the fault of Club Pedestal itself, just something I noticed for the first time really being out and about among my ilk for the first time in forever -: it really is funny how money changing hands changes everything.

And how men’s desirability index being not their actual attractiveness but the size of their wallets can undermine women – and the concept of female desire – in so many ways.

I suppose I would have seen the same thing if I lived in Los Angeles. Or is I some other way hung out with rich, rich men and their gold digging trophies, but I don’t. Maybe it would have been less of a surprise if I watched a lot of Hollywood films. But I don’t.

So, okay, sure femdom isn’t the only place were men are judged…

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Review: Innisfree Water Glow Cushion

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I love BB cushions but I hate reviewing them – and it’s for the weirdest reason. Cos I hate editing photos of my face. It’s like how I hate listening to my own voice. Ah well, first world problems.

Anyhoos, here’s yet another BB cushion review (with the accompanying photos of my face to kickstart your week with a horror jumpstart) hah.

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Innisfree Water Glow Cushion types

Both cushions are meant for summer usage, with the Long Wear Cushion giving a more matte finish and is meant for oilier skin, while the Water Glow gives a slight dewy finish and is meant for slightly dry skin

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Innisfree Water Glow Cushion (5)I’m a shade 13

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 Innisfree Water Glow Cushion (14)Not too bad eh?

I say…

Now most of us Singapore ladies are pretty adverse to the whole “glowy” effect in terms of makeup, and it’s pretty much our climate’s doing. Growing up here, we are perpetually covered with perspiration…

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Du courage à revendre

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Faut-il rire des terroristes ?

Logiquement, c’est ici que je devrais vous expliquer longuement l’importance de le faire, car comme je l’écrivais en d’autres circonstances, les bannières de toutes les légions attirent plus quand elles provoquent la peur que la moquerie. Mais comme j’écrivais aussi que nous en reparlerions, le moment est venu de laisser la parole à Monsieur Abou, sympathique conférencier en charge d’expliquer le dur métier de terroriste aux masses ignorantes.

Monsieur Abou, c’est à vous.

Je vous laisse donc cliquer sur l’image ci-dessous pour accéder à la bande-dessinée qui va bien.

Vignette Abou J’ai dit de cliquer, dites donc.

Et bonne lecture bien sûr. Pendant que je me prépare psychologiquement pour les prochains spoilers.

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Why is the Kubo and the Two Strings Cast So White?

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by Phil Yu | Originally posted at Angry Asian Man

LAIKA, the acclaimed stop-motion animation studio that brought you Coraline and ParaNorman, recently released the trailer for its latest feature Kubo and the Two Strings, an epic adventure set in fantastical Japan.

The story centers on a young boy named Kubo who lives a quiet, normal life in a small shoreside village until a spirit from the past turns his life upside down. On the run from gods and monsters, Kubo must find a magical suit of armor once worn by his father, the greatest samurai the world has ever known.

The movie looks incredible. Check out this trailer:

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“Harry Potter” and the Issues of a Global Imagining

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Like many kids, JK Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series was an integral part of my childhood. I pre-ordered the books and went to the midnight premieres of the films. I own a Gryffindor tie, scarf, and sweater, as well as replicas of Harry’s wand and glasses.

Article by Clara Mae

It’s because I loved the original series so much that I find myself frustrated over Pottermore’s attempts to apply Potter logic to the entire globe. It’s a story that just doesn’t scale well — at least not without bringing in consultants and guest writers, which is clearly not what JKR did.

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When a British author spends 1,084,170 words on a story set in the U.K. and then writes 300 to 1000 word snippets meant to flesh out countries she’s clearly not familiar with, you know there’s going to be issues.

The reason the original series worked was because…

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