Sep 20, 2013 at 09:24:39
“personally I don't blame any of the above celebrities for enjoying exercise if they see it as "enjoyable". as much as my friends complain about going to the gym; I actually enjoy going on the treadmill.”
“getting a fringe/bangs, was probably the most dramatic change I've ever done to my hair. it does suit round faces, and pear shaped faces, just in case anyone was wondering, but if you are going to get a fringe/bangs. ask your hairdresser or any fashion forward people in your personal life that you know. also I would recommend getting a cut that complements the fringe as well.”
“(continued from comment below) so why pay for the love you're going to feel at the birth? Kate, just give birth at home, in comfort and that way you can share the love with your family, in a loving caring environment. not an environment where you have champagne after your birth, and you have to pay to give birth comfortably, and to you practically have to pay for love. Kate may be a pretty face, but she has knowledge, intelligence and common sense (I'm sure) to know that love doesn't (and shouldn't, but unfortunately in her case) cost a penny.”
“I don't know about anyone else, but am I the only feeling very jealous that Kate is
1. having a fantastic pregnancy
2. is looking too sophisticated for a pregnant woman
this can't be right to PAY £4,965 for ONE night for giving birth at hospital.
let me set the scene for you...
duchess of Cambridge walks in to the hospital, feeling strong contractions. walks up to the reception desk.
Duchess: "hi, I'm here to give birth. can I have a room for one night?"
Receptionist: "yeah sure, just give me your name please?"
Duchess: "Kate Middleton. how much is it for one night?"
Receptionist: "right, for one night at St Mary's hospital for a natural birth would be just only £4,965"
Duchess: "sod it, I'll go without paying"
well that is I would imagine what would happen. if that was me in the Duchesses position, I would give birth at home. I wouldn't dare pay that much amount of money for anything, let alone giving birth. Join the NHS Kate. That way you get FREE healthcare for the baby and yourself. money might make your world go around, but it doesn't replace love that you feel at the birth of your baby. so why pay for your baby to born when love, the cycle of nature and having a family costs next to nothing money and that's not including food, furniture, clothing etc.”
“to be completely honest, I think Kate's style does put pressure on herself, as well as other expectant mothers. she's still wearing heels for god's sake and she is heavily pregnant. Kate, throw the sophisticated style away. us mere mortals who are preggers are walking around in comfy, slouchy trousers, loose fitting tops with flat shoes on and you are walking around in knee length sophisticated dresses, fitted coats and 3inch heels. please, give the style a break. Kate, you're a very pretty young woman, but your pregnancy is meant to be embracing baby, not how your bump looks in public”
“that is the most thoughtful comment I've ever heard. nice to know that beyonce knows how kim is feeling right now. after all beyonce has a child of her own and knows what it feels like. if that was me, I would definitely appreciate that comment and i'm sure kim and kanye appreciate it too.”
“I'd have burritos everyday if I could. not so sure whether to try sushi for the first time. if anyone is a massive lover of sushi and knows some great sushi bars then please let me know what to try, where to eat it and what sort of flavours should I expect from sushi. apart from a "fishy" taste. oh and cheese fries with American swiss cheese is awesome...”
LostLittleMasochist on Aug 20, 2013 at 17:26:11
“You'll be surprised how un-fishy sushi is. Don't go to a bargain place. Go to a really good place. I find salmon to be less fishy (and more tasty) than tuna, but that may just be my own taste. I also love roe (fish eggs), I love eel, which is surprisingly tender and nice when raw.
Start simply with salmon. You can buy it by the piece, enough to try and taste. Raw salmon has a different consistency than you may expect, but try to remain open minded. The flavor is excellent!!”
“I managed to fasten the 34C but it wasn't the cup size, it was around the edges of the bra that felt that just too tight until i went 38C”
jacobine on Jun 4, 2013 at 10:14:12
“I mostly asked because a 38C = a 34DD in cup volume, and a cup that is too small can make a band feel too small comparatively. Going up in band while leaving the cup unchanged means you are increasing both cup AND band size. All a B cup means is you have a two-inch difference between your underbust and bust measurement.
Example: I generally wear a 34GG, but if I need a tighter band, I wear a 32H; if I need a looser band I wear a 36G. The cups are the same volume in all of them, although going up or down more than one from your base size usually changes the shape too much to be wearable.”
“aww. they look soo cute in their photo together. I'm glad to see that they have both been bought up with the fact that love definitely is just love. people ought to be thankful that we do have these types of people in this world. being gay is fantastic...”
“bra shopping for me is an absolute nightmare. I don't have particularly large breasts, neither are they really small so when I measured myself as a 34C, I thought to myself "surely I'm not this big". I then went shopping the next day faced in a lingerie store. I managed to find 3 bra's that looked comfy, pretty, supportive and they're all in the exact accurate size I measured myself for. all going well until I reached the fitting rooms. find a fitting room, armed with 3 bra's and one of those funny plastic hangers that the clothes sale assistant throws at you to tell you how many items you have it. the fitting room I found out was cramped, lighting far too bright and only one full length mirror instead of three mirrors (which most fitting rooms are meant to have). I tried on all three and none of them fitted properly until I went up to a 38C. the majority of the other stores i went in had properly fitting bra's in the size i measured myself in. it depends on the type of store you go in to shop for lingerie. i don't see how a couple of bra's can fit ,most people...”
jacobine on Jun 4, 2013 at 07:57:47
“Why did you go up to a 38C? Could you fasten the 34C? You may have been better going for something like a 34DD if you could comfortably fasten the 34.”
“i am annoyed for all people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual and transsexual. being bisexual myself, having read the article above i feel really annoyed that no matter how much i beg for EVERYONE to be treated equally in this stupid society that we live in; homosexual people are still being treated with very little respect and that is coming from my own experience. don't get me wrong, many people I've met have fortunately accepted that i'm bisexual and know many people don't get that sort of respect. for those people who feel like nobody respects you all round, you can now count me as a person who respects you...”
“how unfair is that to people who are gay. I wouldn't mind betting that if the exact same cab driver had a heterosexual couple doing a quick kiss in the back of his cab; would be treated differently. why should it matter to the cab driver anyway, this cab driver has to do his work and whether he likes or not; this is the kind of thing he and many other cab drivers have to face on a daily basis. and to point out it won't affect road safety. that's just an excuse, he should've been concentrating on the road if he was looking at this couple in back”
“All people with tattoos are in my own personal opinion are beautiful. Tattoos are meaningful pictures of art, displayed on bare skin in all their glory, no matter what. even if it is to enhance somebody's natural beauty. to other people sometimes (and is often the case) tattoos mean is personal message. everyone has different ways of expressing their emotions and for some people body art is the only way they can express themselves. yes, it can make people more approachable, but not just in women. all people in this world are approachable, it's just by what you judge on the outside; and whether it is negative or not, it's whether you choose too, based by your own judgements and nothing else...”