1. #nofilter I tried every filter, from Amaro to Kelvin, and yet failed to find one that made my sunset look prettier than anybody else’s.
Because no means no, and women don’t owe men anything.
On one side you have normal people, who hate addicts and wish they’d all hurry up and die. On the other side you have the addicts themselves, who wish exactly the same thing.
Say what you will about Nancy Grace, as long as one of those things is the ridiculous hashtags she uses on Twitter.
While the story ended happily by announcing the young man’s 12-month sobriety I found myself disgusted when the clip ended with a plug for NBC’s website and a call to action asking viewers to tweet and tag them at #heroininamerica.
So yes, you are a racist.
Writer and founder of Black Girl Dangerous, Mia McKenzie unleashed an incredibly insightful and brutally honest hashtag last night — #WhitePeopleEquivalents.
Hashtags are a privilege, not a right. If our generation is going to keep at it, maybe we can at least try and avoid some of these cringe-worthy tags.
The “It girl” does not exist anymore. In our 21st century, the “Face girl” stands as the crown that every attention-seeking female raves
Myself and Harry Styles’ gossiped exgf (BBC3 presenter Billie JD Porter), felt emojinal the other night and rushed to London’s Edition Hotel to make a humble selfie video of what it feels like to live in a stumbling economy.