Of course, the reasons we love the things we love are incredibly complicated and fall far from common sense…(that’s “Basic” sarcasm). I cannot speak on behalf of all Basics (only most), but here is a simple breakdown of why we could not live without the following
“There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.”
“You can’t sit with us.“ Contrary to what Gretchen Weiners says, there really is room for everyone at the table. And you know what, some of the best tables are the ones where not everyone is wearing pink.
You always remember your first, and my number one mean girl was my mother.
All of the following cases involve girls between the ages of 10 and 16 who killed themselves after being bullied—largely by other girls.
So you agree? You think you…were really pretty?
“Well you don’t have to be a bitch about it.” And you know what? Maybe this guy was right and I didn’t have to be “bitchy” in my response to his gross invasion of privacy and unwanted advance. So I’ve come up with a couple of tips that if followed, will prevent anyone from ever being called a bitch again.
Comparing ourselves to others is something we all do at some point, whether we admit it or not. It’s a natural mental process. Labeling, however, is a different story.
1. “Wow, you’re tall!”
She has 17,000 kids with her and doesn’t even remember why she came into the store to begin with. She looks like she could use a massive hug, or maybe a year long vacation.