Why I REALLY dislike Heard and Depp

Well one, their court battles have now been going for longer than their marriage.

Two, when something goes on longer than for who long you were married for. It’s just getting silly. Especially when you have no children, no business, involved.

Three, the longer this goes on for, the more I realise how much I dislike people who think that being “pretty” means that everything person does is fine.

Four, how dumb women really are when it comes to a pretty face.

Five, we know neither Depp or Heard. What we do know, puts neither of them in a good light. So let’s stop doing that.

Six, there are people in domestic situations RIGHT NOW. Who don’t have the resources to go “Whoops, I clearly made a mistake” and leave.

Seven, too me. Both Depp and Heard are making a complete mockery of domestic violence and those currently in that situation. Those who have been in that situation.

Eight, I really just do not like Depp any longer. When it first started, I always said, they clearly were just toxic for each other. Even when he’s able to show how bad Heard was, he just makes himself look worse.

Nine, I believe this started, because DEPP gave a bad interview, drunk and drugged up. So to take the pressure off of him, he decided to just bring up Heard, again.

Ten, Depp is proof that we shouldn’t let pretty faces get away with everything.

Eleven, Depp is proof that wisdom and maturity doesn’t always come with age. Especially when you’ve been getting away with everything in Hollywood.

Twelve, I don’t like Heard…But I REALLY don’t like Depp. He is the personification of entitlement and privilege. He has what I call “Ted Bundy Syndrome”. Strictly because of his looks, we (meaning “women“) let him get away with it all. There is no WAY he’d get away with it, if he looked like say, Mickey Rourke, and you KNOW IT.

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Meme’s

I wanted to start this post off with saying “Yay! I thought of something to write” and I’m writing it in a hurry so hopefully I don’t get my English all mixed up!

Also though, when did a meme become a “fact” or a representative of a whole community? There are some good meme’s out there, I also know though in my mind that a meme doesn’t represent a community as as whole. So I have HUGE issue with the meme that is pictured below.

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This meme tends to come up a lot when you see the fat vs skinny debate. I don’t know why people think this ONE meme represents an entire community, or that it’s some kind of evidence, because I know it’s not true. The majority of guys in my family, especially on my Dad’s side are all tall and skinny. My Dad’s nickname when he was younger was “Bones”. Now I get asked A LOT if my brother, cousins and Uncles are eating (generally by bigger people as well) BEHIND THEIR BACKS and through private messaging. So I know it DOES happen.

Also though and quiet frankly, someone SHOULD be talking to this guy. I don’t know why bragging how no one seems to care about your health is a good thing, or proves a point either? I would also be willingly to bet that people talk about it behind his back. He doesn’t mention as well though how everyone comments on how great he looks either.

As a society we are becoming bigger, it’s just a fact. Each person’s health will be different and it will depend on a lot of different factors. I’m not obese, but because of my families issues with high cholesterol. I do have high cholesterol, so I have to be aware of that all the time. So although I am not what people would call “obese” I know my body can become unhealthy very quickly. I do wonder though if people who do get so upset so quickly about their weight by strangers, might be feeling guilty? I always feel guilty when I eat bad food, because I know I probably shouldn’t.

It’s an interesting topic, I get called skinny by some and fat by others. Yet I never get upset about it. I don’t know why. I guess in some ways I know if I REALLY wanted to do something, I could. But it wont be because of someone else’s meme or opinion of me…Except for possibly my Doctors point of view,lol

*I still hope someone talks to this guy*

I am Beautiful…Part 2

I decided to continue on with my post from yesterday I am Beautiful. I am achieving this by writing a list of things that make me beautiful, that have nothing to do with my looks. Please feel free to share and please feel free to use this for your own post! As Mama Ru says

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I am beautiful because:

I know how it feels to feel alone and not worth it and I will do all I can to make sure others don’t feel like that. Even as an adult I will hug my plush toys/dolls to not burden others with my problems. Even on my worst days, I don’t take my problems out on others, and if I feel like I can’t handle others problems, I’ll walk away until I can. I know how to listen, even when or ESPECIALLY when it’s something I don’t want to hear or know about. I randomly post happy/cute videos on my Facebook when I can see lots of people are having a bad day, to try and cheer them up. As I’ve gotten older, I have learnt it’s okay to love myself. I love to learn about new cultures and I try to incorporate them into my own life. I know that as long as you are not hurting others, or yourself, there should be no stopping you from doing whatever you want. I know that there us a beauty is saying “Goodbye”.

I am Beautiful

Please start off by reading this article:

Stop telling me I’m ‘beautiful’. I’m ugly. It’s fine. Kristin Salaky

I read it over the weekend and it struck a chord with me, and I highly suggest you read this article. If you don’t want to, here’s the break down: Have you see the commercials by Dove Real beauty ads? They also include telling total strangers that they’re beautiful and making them smile. The author of this article is not necessarily calling herself “ugly”, she’s just saying that she’s being more realistic, and that she may not be the most beautiful person on the planet, but that shouldn’t diminish her worth either.  She says and I quote

“This is why the ad campaigns that tell everyone they’re beautiful are so dangerous. They link beauty with worthiness and kindness, doing nothing for the people thrust into the world knowing that simply isn’t true.

Instead, we should teach people, especially women, that their beauty doesn’t define them. We need to teach them that their worth comes from much more than their appearance. We need to stop shopping the narrative that everyone is beautiful (or could be, if they did x, y, z). We need to lift women up to be competitive workers, voracious learners and empathetic people. No matter what they look like.”

I have to say that I agree with her. I wouldn’t call myself ugly, but I am definitely the not the prettiest person in the world. Neither do I believe that my looks are the reason I get people flirting with me. (This is why you need to read the article).

I remember once watching a television program about a murder that happened in the early 80’s and it was the 30th anniversary of a murder that “shook Australia”. I started to feel less sympathetic for the family as it went along and although it was terrible to feel like that. The reason that I felt the way I did was because the family could say nothing else but that she was beautiful…That was it, they never mentioned if she was a good or kind person, or the good work she did as a Nurse. At one point the father said “She didn’t deserve to die, she was so beautiful”…because only ugly people deserve to die?

What do you think, readers?

Mirror Mirror on the wall

Mirror Mirror Daily Prompts

Look in the mirror. Does the person you see match the person you feel like on the inside? How much stock do you put in appearances?

A very interesting topic and one that really made me think. I guess sometime you just reflect and birthdays seems to be the great time for reflections. I think a lot of people would be shocked by the reflection that they see compared to the reflection I see. I think a lot of people think because I am relatively good looking everything must be quiet simple, but that’s not the case. Women, women give you the most grief. I have women hate on me based on nothing, the two who gave me the most problems, I’ve never even met them. It is amazing the problems that stem from this as well. You lose friends, I used to get on guys really well because they caused a lot less drama, unfortunately as I’ve gotten older, those guys want to get “laid” more and these girls will at least give them the impression that they’ll get lucky. It’s basic, and kind of pathetic, but that’s the reality. Because of this treatment, for so many years, it has chipped away how I see myself. For a long time I saw myself a something completely ugly. However, as time as go on I am beginning to see the beautiful person that I am. This is due to realising these other people who hate on me, ARE hating on me because of THEIR issues. It actually has very little too do with me. Let’s be honest would you really want a lot of attention because people view you a certain way because you want to present yourself in a certain way. Wouldn’t you rather have a few good friends who know you for who you are, and don’t have to present yourself in anyways whatsoever? How sad and lonely of a life it must be to never really know if people like you for you.

It’s probably the biggest lesson someone can learn.

Based on my experiences, looks mean nothing to me. Beauty shines from the heart, the mind and who you truly are.

Getting ready…

Take a deep breathe,
Look at the phone,
Nope…No change,
Look in the mirror and roll my eyes at myself…(why would he call)

Tried to take the shower,
But the hot water hasn’t scaled the pain buried deep inside away,
Look at myself in the mirror again,
A million thoughts of how this night will probably turn out.

Look at the phone,
Nope…No change,
Step by step I put the shell on, already to defend myself,
The shell that the rest of the world will call a dress and make-up.

Check my phone again..Nope, no change,
I guess it’s time to accept that I have to go out,
Take that first step out into the horde,
The horde that is single life.

 

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Listen to your Heart…You are all beautiful to me…

I’ve been discouraged lately…I keep seeing these posts saying things along the lines of “If you she’s really pretty and all the guys want her, she’s obviously a keeper” and people mentioning things of “He is so ugly, why would he think I’d date him”. The other thing that shocks me is the amount of people who will like or agree with these statements.

I have never understood thinking like this. When you really love someone, really care about them, looks has literally nothing to do with it. (I told them so as well) My boyfriends have all been completely different, look wise. In fact the “prettiest” of the bunch turned out to be the most cruel, cold hearted and unkind. Funnily enough I thought I saw him a couple of weeks ago but then I thought “Oh he’d never let himself go like that”. That particular ex use to have a go at me for my looks as well.

One thing in life I can guarantee is that looks have literally nothing to do with someone’s heart or their true beliefs. Don’t even think about it. If you are going around posting and saying things about how someone is pretty and all the guy wants her so she must be keeper. You don’t deserve her. I have stopped complaining about being hit on all the time and the main reasons I have stopped looking for someone. I started to realise that a large majority of the guys who would privately say that I’m the most beautiful girl they know and I’m the one for them. Didn’t actually know a single thing about me and when they realised that I was not just a pretty girl. I have a mind, ambitions, beliefs and I will stand by them, they didn’t like me so much any-more.

So now I make sure I take time to get to know someone and I take note if they are listening to what I am saying. 90% of the time…they don’t,lol.

DHT ft. Edmee – Listen To Your Heart
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