You can call me Queen B.
also i came p close to breaking my nose with a bin lid but almosts aren’t exciting
so this morning i was at work on my onesie, downloading my shows (elementary and parks and rec), and i plugged my phone into the laptop to copypaste them, then unplugged my phone and went about my business.
cut to an hour later, and my boss/dad clicks on a link to see a pic a customer had emailed to us. of course, windows 8 likes to keep thumbnails of everything that’s on any devices that have been connected in that session. so, instead of seeing a damaged shower door, he saw a delightful gallery of topless photos of me, from my phone earlier on. i’d even deleted the pics off my phone ages ago, but i neglected to get rid of the thumbnails. i think i destroyed his innocent image of me.
tl;dr: always delete your thumbnails.
Have I got a good story for you guys later.
For now, I say only: delete your thumbnails.
when ur boss continues to deal with the world’s worst supplier, even though they’ve proven themselves to be the worst over and over… and then dealing with the fucked-up invoices becomes suddenly UR JOB.
simply. cannot. bring. myself. to care. about. disney. movies.
I guess the only way would be to insult the other makeup and not the person’s face. Like a lot of foundations now say they are less oily or flaky or wont clog pores.
that’s true. negative campaigning is the way forward :3