By vampire - 16/06/2011 20:53 - United Kingdom
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hahaha she was right we've had enough of glittery vampires and stuff
70 - I'm making a comment to 46 who is the one that brought up Twilight. 46 is commenting on 2. 2 does not have their gender specified in their profile, and their name doesn't specify it either. Therefore, when a gender cannot be verified, it is masculine. Know what you're saying and talking about before you correct me please.
Pretty sure it matters cause its un ethicly right to force someone underage to get a tan or to emotionally abuse someone ( your own daughter for fuck sakes ) just because they wont get a tan. Dunno if its illegal there but it is here. Fucked up world we live in when a mother hurts her child because of her looks.
You know your mom was a sorority bitch when she's THAT obsessed with appearance that she's willing to make EVERYONE ELSE degrade to make herself (or whoever) look better.
You r insulting OPs mother.. Thats harmful and u will hurt her feelings if she reads ur comment. U inconsiderate dehydrated camel
Say it loud, you're a pale beacon of disrespect and proud! I don't know how being un-tanned is disrespectful but your mum is funny, OP. From now on anyone who agitates me is a beacon of disrespect. Kudos to you (and #8) for sticking with what you believe to be your best look. A high self-concept is more important than someone else's trendy notion of what looks good.
I never quite understood the obsession with tanning. I'm naturally very pale and I love it.
Yeah, no. First of all, I'm not emo. Second of all, I just plain don't tan. I can't use this Summer as an example because it's either been cold or rainy all month, but last year I spent 3 hours walking around Ottawa in 40+ degree weather and didn't even tan a bit. The next day I went canoeing for an hour and used a weaker SPF sunscreen but still no dice. I wanted to see what I looked like tan but I guess it just isn't in the cards for me.
You only look like an oompa-loompa if the person doing it is a dumbass.
I've only done it once since I'm naturally very pale, and I didn't have an orangey look at all. As long as you go for a color that looks natural, you won't get the oompa-loompa effect. But I can't argue with the fact that a lot of people who get it done overdo it.