Apr 19th 2010 7:49AM I am satisfied with the eyelash length and thickness I achieve from a bottle of mascara. I have rather puny eyelashes, but I find that it has more to do with how you apply it, how much you apply and the direction you pull the wand than whether or not your lashes are long. I cannot apply mascara to my sister's (LONG) lashes because my technique makes her look like a showgirl. She has to put in on herself because she knows her own "grass-like" lashes. However, it makes me wonder, looking at the pictures of Ms. Gold, if Latisse work on eyebrows. I have sad little eyebrows that could really use a thickener. I would buy this product if I could get better brows from it.
Oh, for a laugh, do a search for "Lashisse" (don't worry, it's readily available on Google.). It's a Funny or Die spoof of this product and pretty funny if you're familiar with Latisse commercials and side effects!
Mar 4th 2010 6:44PM After all that surgery, she still looks so painfully average. I'd say the surgeon did a fantastic job if she originally looked like a 60-year old Tori Spelling, but she's 23 and looks 45. Oof!
Feb 27th 2010 1:10AM Um, that's all well and good, but did anyone notice the SUPER-UGLY dudes Beyonce and JLo ended up with? They forgot to mention that not only are 0.7 WTH ratio women able to produce such incredible offspring and be perky minutes after pregnancy, but they also seem to choose, out of the millions of men out there dying for a chance to shake that hourglass, the most frightening looking men. Yeah, I know, sooo talented (or so they tell you), but one guy looks like a--I don't want to say it--and the other like Skeletor. WTF, WTH? What good is being the most attractive women on earth if you're attracted to "Bottom?" It's the cruelest joke! Give me narrow hips or a thick waist if it means I'll wake up looking at a handsome man every morning.
Feb 22nd 2010 11:08AM It's not the skirt that makes her butt look big.
Feb 19th 2010 11:33AM Tenure should be abolished, or else modified to allow teachers to come up for review (and possible dismissal) every five years. This way you are getting the best teaching staff, both giving them enough room to get into the groove of teaching but also enabling a district to get rid of dead weight. What incentive do naturally lazy people have to do a good job when they know that the moment they get tenure they have a lifetime job? Some teachers are awesome regardless and others sit on their asses. It's unfair that both types are under the umbrella of their unions, the good ones punished (when punished) for the laziness and ineptness of the bad ones, the bad ones kept on for years and years by their union. Oh, and within a union it's atrocious, like when the teachers vote themselves cushy salary increases —4% for old timers, sliding down to 1% for new teachers—all the while voting to cut new staff (the stuff you never get to hear). I still believe that unions are important; employees can be easily taken advantage of, but they have to change their focus from only protecting their kind to also doing what's best for a school, the community and its children. I mean, if you're a teaching kids, shouldn't you have a passion for it? Wouldn't you want to do what you can to help a failing school succeed? What a terrific challenge. I'm seriously considering becoming a teacher and I'd love to do it in the worst districts.
Feb 15th 2010 12:57PM David: There's nothing wrong with a veggie burger; just don't compare it to a hamburger. I had the most phenomenal veggie burger in Las Vegas last year that kicked the butts of both their turkey and beef burgers. I guess Jill is being a downer by professing the nastiness of beef and she should really keep her annoying comments to herself, but it is important to remember that there is a high health cost for the meat consumption we have in this country and we should be a little bit more conscientious of the life that was taken for our burger and be thankful for the meat, and not so gluttonous and wasteful. It won't kill us either to give a vegetable a chance too. Give an eggplant the love and attention we give a side of ribs and you might be pleasantly surprised. By the way, when I do eat burgers, I always take them medium rare with minimal toppings. And I am thankful for every bite.
Feb 15th 2010 9:17AM You are generally hard pressed to find a picture where her mouth is not poised to receive flies and whatnot. It's hot the first time, cute the second, but come on already, Megan. Only a porn star poses like that in every picture.
Feb 11th 2010 10:44AM Wait. How is wearing a bra and panties to bed in anyway comfortable? I specifically remove those items to give my body a rest at night. If the bra and panties are for sex, I understand--but then why would anyone be wearing ratty T-shirts and sweats if they're looking to get it on? (Maybe that's what I don't get.) So is Lemondrop showcasing sleepwear or sexwear? If you want both, then nightgowns teddies, stretchy loose tank and shorts are the way to go. Bras and panties are too restrictive. Pants in bed mean stay away. I think we only wear that crap to bed because that's what they wear in the movies. I sleep in the nude personally. Gives my body a break.
Feb 11th 2010 8:37AM Right on, Tom. Ask yourself this: despite the American flag printed on the big sticky label of your brand new trash can, what Country has it been made in? And why? So that they can drive down costs, increase profits, pay their CEOs and stockholders handsomely, so they can go out and buy more crap. You'll blame the trash collector for the broken bin and run right back to the hardware Super store and re-buy the same piece-of-crap can because the price is so damn low. Mike Ryan will like this strategy because he likes it when people make money.
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