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50 questions, 50 ways to get to know me ~ Lolita...
1: How did you first get into Lolita?
2: Do you have a favorite Lolita style?
3: What if I told you that you are my Lolita inspiration?
4: Baby, the Stars Shine Bright or Alice and The Pirates?
5: Do have any Lolita meets you plan on attending soon?
6: How many petticoats do you own?
7: First lucky pack, lucky or unlucky?
8: What color were your first pair of tea parties?
9: Did you wear Lolita today?
10: What brand and series is your most comfortable JSK/OP from?
11: Could you go for the rest of your life without wearing Lolita?
12: Do you prefer Wigs, Hair Extensions or your Natural Hair?
13: OTKs or Knee Highs?
14: Do you still own your first Lolita piece?
15: Do you currently have a Dream Dress?
16: Have you ever gotten a dream dress only to be disappointed in it?
17: To what extent has Lolita entered your lifestyle?
18: How many days a week do you wear Lolita?
19: Did your last kiss take place while wearing Lolita?
20: Do you have a favorite print series?
21: Where is your favorite place to buy off-brand items?
22: Bonnets or Headbows?
23: Have you ever been to Baby, the Stars Shine Bright in Paris?
24: From which brand do you own the most items?
25: How does your family react to Lolita?
26: Kuro or Shiro?
27: Look in your closet. Name the first Lolita item you see. Would you ever part with it?
28: What is the last item you bought from a sales comm?
29: Do you own anything from an indie brand?
30: Do you create anything related to Lolita?
31: Has Lolita helped or hindered your love life?
32: Falsies or just mascara?
33: Do you have a color preference when it comes to Lolita?
34: How do you cope with negative views about Lolita?
35: Do you have a favorite brand?
36: Do you enjoy or are you annoyed with the attention that Lolita brings from onlookers?
37: Cotton blouses or cutsew?
38: Lolita really is a beautiful thing, huh?
39: Is there a time were you absolutely won't wear Lolita?
40: What is on your wrists right now?
41: Have you ever worn Lolita in Japan?
42: OPs or JSKs?
43: Have you ever regretted buying Lolita?
44: What's the silliest thing you've done in Lolita?
45: Gothic or Bittersweet?
46: Does Lolita make you genuinely happy?
47: OTT or Simple?
48: Have you ever had a bad experience because you wear Lolita?
49: Have you ever submitted a secret?
50: Do you think you will wear Lolita into old age?
Women read comics. Anyone at all engaged in social media knows this. Women read...– Brett White, Comic Book Resources (via wandrinparakeet) and yet men remain the most marketed demographic for just about everything. (via ohhoechno) I’m pretty sure the only men who spend more time thinking about DC than women on Tumblr are the men who actually work there. (via touchofgrey37) ...
strawberri-pink asked: The pictures of you in your handmade dress you just posted are great! The look really suits you and the dress looks well made c:
Why do you dress like that?
baroquewinter: People really hate the answer, “Because I like it.” So I am done giving it. The next time I get asked this by someone who clearly sees me wearing it every day I am going to tell them that this is the outfit I fight crime in, turn dramatically, look off into the distance, narrow my eyes and say, “My people need me,” before running off.
faineemae: i wonder what marketing for penile cancer would look like? “I LOVE PENIS” “SAVE THE PENISES” “SAVE SEX” and if women wore some of their shirts or bracelets, they would be seen as whores or sluts or asking for it, maybe even resulting in rape, but when men wear “save the boobies” or “save second base” shirts, they are applauded for caring about a human being by yet again...
Plus Size Store Directory →
phalange: crowcrow: fatshionstyle: STORE DIRECTORY This is where fashionablefatties picks up most of their clothes, and they won’t link to a site where they haven’t personally tried it out or know that it’s quality from a reputable source. Once they do a store review, they will put up a link to the review next to the store link. Sizes are stated in US by default unless otherwise stated. ...
[F]or the first several years the SAT was offered, males scored higher than...– “Gender Bias in College Admissions Tests”, FairTest.org And then people urge me everything is fine, of course it is, when you’re ignoring statistics that is. (via cwnl)