It looks like she's wearing those blue shopping bags you get at ikea. Those "clear" straps should have at least been photoshopped out, or covered by her hair...it just looks trashy. I've seen some on nice dresses, and they don't look bad, but these just look...yuck.
Again, I don't understand the mentality of coming here and complaining about people who are gossiping. That is the purpose of this website. Some people think she's chubby, some people don't. It looks like she's at a healthy weight to me. Who cares. Stop getting your panties in a wad about a gossiping website and its users.
I don't arch my back and neck into an extremely uncomfortable pose to make myself look good. I think touching up photos to that degree is dishonest, especially if you're using these photos to promote your career. Touching up is also considered photoshop. She is literally erasing/painting features on her face. Also, this is a gossip forum. I don't think anyone really comes in here to constantly praise people, so I'm not entirely sure what you're expecting.
I know this is going to hurt, but you should probably end it, for your sake. He sounds like a not so nice person You just need to rip the bandaid off and cut him out of your life. I've continued something like this before, thinking I could just stay by his side, and it caused more pain than cutting him out. It's going to hurt a lot at first, but each day will be a little better. A good cry helps too. I don't have much experience in the dating realm, but I have been hurt in the past, so if you need to talk, you can pm me c:
That...was not my intention at all, and I didn't present it to him as an ultimatum. I thought his answer was no, and he was about to leave, so I explained to him that I just can't be friends/play games with him anymore because it will hurt too much.
A month lol. We were friends for like..3 years? And the past year he and I started flirting a lot. He started tickling/poking me, so I eventually asked him if he was interested in me, and if he wanted to try dating. I asked him in person when he came down to visit with a mutual friend, and he responded by acting surprised, then said "no..? i don't know" He said he wanted to think about it. In hindsight, I probably shouldn't have said this, but my emotions were running high, and I was really jittery, but I told him that I can't continue being friends with him if that was his current answer. I was going to cut him off cold turkey, and I would rather say that to his face than over text. I told him I wasn't threatening him at all, and I wanted him to answer me honestly. So he gave it some more thought, and I asked him "are you interested in me?" He said "yeah....a little bit." So 10 min later he says "Yes. Let's try it for now and see where it goes." The communication with him after that dwindled down, and he erupted when I jokingly called him boo. Said it was disgusting and to never say that shit to him again. I then called him up and asked him if he wanted to break up. He said "yes...sorry" and then begged me to still be friends. I said no, and asked him if he only dated me because he wanted to keep me as a friend. He said "yes." I told him that I was done, and would never talk to him again. I asked him if he tickled/poked his guy friends and he said yes. I'm talking about really sensual tickle fights and poking my stomach/etc. I don't know how to read guys anymore. I played games with him every day for several hours for 3 years, and now it's gone. It hurts.
Broke up with my boyfriend (if you could even call him that) because he lied that he was attracted to me. He only dated me because he thought he would lose a friend if he didn't. He lost one anyways. People suck.
It really doesn't take much to be like "oh hey Myth you want to see my cat?" Myth then asks "my family is visiting, can they come too?" "Sure." You don't have to be buddy buddy with someone for that to happen. I've seen people do this all the time.
I wasn't calling you a white knight at all. I was talking about the people who comment in her stream and twitter. Several people in here think streaming is easy, and I agree, but you called people out with a differing opinion than yours and challenged them. How else are we to interpret this? That's what I was responding to. I never said it wasn't a job. The only thing I have said was that it was easy. There are jobs easier than engineering, and there are jobs harder than engineering. My post wasn't about engineering, and it doesn't matter. However, when someone thinks streaming is easy based off of their's and others past experiences, you can't just dismiss their opinion and tell them "why don't you do it if it's so easy?"
They're not problems? It's work. Things like: "I think that some of you who call it “vacation” and easy should definitely try it then look at your VOD afterwards and see how entertaining you are." seems to be an attempt to shame others who have a job other than streaming. I don't agree with that. Just because I don't want to stream doesn't mean the job is challenging. I am fine with people thinking it's challenging, but I am not okay with people then using that to throw shade on others who disagree. Not going to say anything else on this.
Yeah, I'm sorry, but I can't agree with this. They have an extremely flexible schedule, they get to "work" from home, they get to take multiple vacations, have fun while recording videos and still make money off of it. They don't have to worry about getting fired for making a simple calculation mistake, they don't have to be the yes man for employers, they don't deal with clients giving them no information and forcing them to complete a project, they don't have to deal with older clients not taking your advice seriously because you're a woman, they don't have to worry about making sure all of the systems are working correctly, and if they don't, you have a multi million dollar lawsuit on your hands, they don't have to worry about documenting every conversation with the client in case they try to blame a problem on you. Every job takes a toll on everyone at some point. That's life. Getting tired from sitting at your desk and recording yourself from gaming? Like, grow up. Try sitting in a meeting all day while people shove issues and questions in your face and berating you when you don't have an answer. They sit behind the safety of their computer and only communicate with friends and barely have any interaction with the outside world. Any opposing opinion they deal with is met with 1000's of white knights defending them. They're probably getting burned out because it's not challenging enough. I'm an engineer, and I love what I do, but it is stressful as hell and very difficult/frustrating at times. I'm really tired of people trying to shove this "hardships of streaming" narrative in other people's faces. It's like they're trying to invalidate everyone else's job, and it saddens me.
First "REAL" vacation? Didn't she go to Japan with lily? Also, why wasn't Lily invited? I feel like it's a stretch to call it a vacation. Vacation from what? Sitting on your ass and playing video games for part of the day? That in itself sounds like vacation to me.