Postet this in the Kenna thread at first: Tbh I don’t think it’s fair criticizing Venus for hanging out with Kenna. Before leaving her mom and getting her life together Venus herself had THE WORST reputation, and she must be grateful that all the friends she has now were able to look past that and get to know her real self. So I see why she would think it is important to give everyone else the same chance she was given...
Tbh I don’t think it’s fair criticizing Venus for hanging out with Kenna. Before leaving her mom and getting her life together Venus herself had THE WORST reputation, and she must be grateful that all the friends she has now were able to look past that and get to know her real self. So I see why she would think it is important to give everyone else the same chance she was given...
I never followed her closely and didn’t know about her former usernames, so I always assumed „in front of apple“ hast something to do with taking pictures with an apple iphone... It felt weird but I never questioned it
I know that’s true for my generation and older, but I thought it really did get a lot ‚better‘ in the last 12 or so years (a significant starting point being the 2006 football world championship where the “taboo“ of showing the German flag just to express your pride was broken; now moving all up to right wing nationalists having seats in several state‘s governments and even the national government again)? So all those teens shouldn’t be as affected by it... though I admittedly have no clue how the situation in schools is like by now.
Sorry to go OT here, but I’ve never seen 「じゃ 」transcribed as „jya“... might you help me out which system uses this? Both the Hepburn and Kunrei (the the two most common transcription systems to my knowledge) both allow to transcribe 「じゃ 」as ”ja”, with some older tables suggesting “zya” as alternative, but never “jya”. The only thing left to criticize would be the omitting of the long vowel a, but since this is regularly left out in colloquial expressions like this I don’t think we can be too harsh here...
~Heartless’ guide to hoeing your way to fame~ Things I have noticed (and laughed about, ngl): - Spam hashtags (advanced version: don’t include them in the caption but in a separate comment, so 1) people don’t notice you’re spamming them on first glance and 2) you can delete them easily later to make yourself seem less desperate) - always tag every brand you are wearing. - have a theme on your feed. This can be color wise or a composition like selfie-thing-full body pic-thing-selfie etc. - upload at least once a day, post at least 3 stories a day. - spam comments on popular accounts with a similar aesthetic as you intend to have (so their fans will notice you) - spam likes on followers of accounts with similar aesthetics as you intend to have to make them notice your account. - follow tons on people you think might follow back. Don’t forget to unfollow later, nobody takes you serious if you follow more accounts than you have followers. - suck up to people more famous than you - engage in s4s/f4f/l4l. Again, in case of f4f don’t forget to unfollow later. - tag as many aesthetic/shoutout accounts as possible, or submit your pictures to them to be featured - if none of those pages notice you, create your own, e.g. „cutest_instagram_modelz“ or some shit. Sneakily post your own pics in between actually famous people. - try to have small brands Feature your picture/give you a discount code (will only work if you have some followers already) - if you wanna kick start: buy followers. Don’t forget to buy likes as well, so it seems less obvious - lastly, if you finally have some real followers: whine at least once a day about Instagram algorithms and how much every line and comment matters to you - Congrats, you are now a pathetic human being, but at least you have followers online. Have fun!
Hello, I also started playing only when I was a grown up, and I can only agree with popsicle: You need a teacher, at least for the beginning. If you try to learn all by yourself it happens very easily to get used to do something the wrong way, and it is very hard to “unlearn” it afterwards and learn to do it right. The violin is one of the worst instruments for beginners, because you have to pay attention to so many desalts: your pose, how you hold the bow and move your bow arm, how to hold the violin (I also do recommend a good shoulder rest!), how to place your hand and fingers, how to relax your wrist,... the list goes on. But it is a ton of fun to make progress and learn! I wish you all the best!!
wow... her pictures are so filtered the sweater looks like a really light almost white rose color, when in reality it’s a bright pink Oo I’d be so pissed if I wanted what’s in her pictures and got what the shop is actually selling. That’s borderline false advertising... http://www.gnssclothing.com/product/shibao-donut
Minato Kanae - Kokuhaku Yoshimoto Banana - Kitchen If you like heavy stuff you can try out Ōe Kenzaburō - Manen gannen no fotobōru Ōe Kenzaburō - Hiroshima nōto Yoshikawa Eiji - Musashi Also classics like Genji Monogatari or Makura no sōshi if you like historical stuff. I’m only starting to get into Japanese literature too so I apologize for only listing the most basic and famous authors I hope to get some good recommendations here as well. Thank you for this thread!
But isn’t it normal to have to give up old hobbies and interests (like painting and dancing) once you have children? If you have small children, for the first years you only exist for them. You don’t really have a life of your own anymore.
I’m not following her closely but after reading this thread I checked her Instagram and I am positively surprised she’s not using the incredibly pretentious “ucg” or “upperclassgoth” hashtags. Makes me like her a lot more instantly!