Blake seriously can’t put a foot wrong at #CannesFilmFestival. No words… 🙈🙌😍
Re-post via @brooklynokeefe 👏
How relevant. 🙆 Do whatever you want, for you’ll be criticized anyway… #yolo
The rant continues…
Further to my previous rant, don’t even get me started on the way in which guys speak to girls on social media. 😤😡 To the random guy who commented on my previous Insta photo asking ‘can I make a request for curves #seriousquestion’ - GO AWAY. ✋ How can you insinuate that girls have to be ‘curvy’, in order to be attractive? Some girls could NOT be ‘curvy’ if they ate all the fast food in the world and went to the gym every day. And how is ‘curvy’ even defined these days anyway?! Half the time, ‘curvy’ girls are labelled as fat and ‘skinny’ girls are labelled as ‘anorexic’. Nobody wins. 😔
It is bad enough that girls are obsessed with criticizing and critiquing each other, let alone desperate random guys coming along making derogatory comments on girls’ images like ‘let me f*ck you’ ‘all I wanna do is f*ck you’ ‘do some squats you’d look so much sexier’ etc etc. 🚫✋✋ Once again - I am reporting you all.
To all the guys out there who have the nerve to write this bullshit over the social media, do you LEGITIMATELY think that ANY girl is going to find your disgusting comments inviting and actually want to strike up a conversation with you, or ‘Kik’ you or ‘add you on snap chat’?? I would like to think I speak for the majority of girls when I say NO. ❌
EVERYONE is beautiful in their own way regardless of age, shape, weight, ethnicity or colour.
Working in social media, I come across my fair share of body bashing internet trolls on a daily basis. I have, and will continue to report any negative comments I see towards girls on Instagram and any social media platform for that matter. ☝🚫 There is nothing that infuriates me more than girls who have the nerve to sit there arrogantly behind their little iPhone keyboards and criticise other girls for being ‘too fat’, ‘too skinny’, ‘photo-shopped’, tell girls to ‘go eat a burger’ tell them, ‘their boobs aren’t real’…
WHO CARES?! Seriously, WHO CARES?!!!!!!
DOES THAT IMAGE OF A GIRL ON SOCIAL MEDIA AFFECT YOUR LIFE IN ANY WAY?? The answer 9 times out of 10 is NO. ❌
It is sad & pathetic that these people seem to find self satisfaction in bringing others down. And the funny part is that not only do these ‘trolls’ usually have private profiles with only a handful of followers…but if you saw them in real life, you wouldn’t hear a peep from them. Literally makes my blood boil. 😤
As a kid, my parents always told me that if I had nothing nice to say, I shouldn’t say anything at all. And that is the truth. ☝👏
Our society is experiencing enough issues which stem from social media backlash as it is. Be nice, everyone is fighting their own battle you know nothing about. ❤
Rant complete. 😌
Nicole, MET gala styles. 💜😍 #purplehairdontcare
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What a divine human being! 10/10 @bickmorecarrie! So much admiration for this gorgeous human ❤🙌 #logies2014 #carriebickmore
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