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GABIFRESH I know it's cliche, but it really does feel like the older I get, the faster the years pass; I swear I was just 21...I'm starting to feel like I'll blink and be 40 (and according to my mom, I will--that's pretty much how life works). 2013 brought a ton of highs, from exploring Italy by myself to making international headlines with my swimsuit collection. Honestly, the fatkini stuff changed my life--it was a really seminal moment for both me and the plus size community, and it brought a whole slew of new opportunities--so for that reason alone I think 2013 will always remain one of the best years ever. Don't get me wrong, I've had (more than) my fair share of lows this year too, but for now I'm choosing to be grateful and remember that I'm literally living out things I only dreamed of when I started this blog. To celebrate the end of the year, let's look back at my favorite outfits/moments of the past 365 days (you can click on the number to go to that post).
epicuriousisme I woke up at 4:30 am this morning still entranced with conversations from last night. I attended my first ever 90th birthday. My stepfather’s mom, Mary Dorland turned ninety years old and honestly she looks like she’s about seventy-five.
Trapped in the (Water) Closet January 14th, 2014 · 35 comments Writes Robert in Redmond, Washington: “In our office, in this particular bathroom, at this particular urinal, there strikes a phantom pisser, who finds joy in covering the floor in front of the urinal 1/8 inch deep in piss — every single day. One coworker got fed up with this and posted the following series of sticky notes. PassiveAggressiveNotes.com
Regretsy | Where DIY Meets WTF One more hour December 9th, 2013 · Coffee, eBay My Ebay auctions are closing on about an hour, and this is the only thing without a bid. Tags:
drink your juice.
Dear Coquette How do you get over a guy you never wanted to be broken up from? We had been together for five years. I know our relationship needed to change.
I heard my dentist say, “Oops!” then walk out the room nervously. The assistant came in to take another X-ray, and after a few minutes of staring into the illuminated palm trees on the ceiling that made me eerily crave a Corona with lime, I was informed in vague language that there might be a problem. Great. I’ve been around enough doctors to know that when they start speaking in the passive voice, that means they’ve suddenly become wary of liability. This dude just fucked something up, and he didn’t want to freak me out about it. The Coquette
Hyperbole and a Half Power is intoxicating. Everyone loves having the ability to make their decisions into reality — to think "this should be something that happens," and then actually be able to make that thing happen. It is also dangerous. And it is especially dangerous when applied to four-year-olds.
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Sea of Shoes My sister found these Frye work boots at a Nordstrom outlet a few months back, but in a beautiful grey-blue color with white laces. Carol has been wearing them non-stop with scrunchy socks and making them look extremely adorable. I looked online and found the same boot in a stunning cognac color with contrasting laces.
wtforever21.com | Fashion Eff Ups from Forever 21 Upon my last visit to the day-glow, cheap shit gigolo that is Forever 21, I made the grave (and hilarious) error of forgetting where the fuck I was and expecting their sales rack to contain something other than filthy, tattered rags. Now, some of you may be looking at these photos and saying, “Rachel, come on! It’s the sale rack at Forever 21.