It might sound weird, but I really enjoy seeing celebrities embracing a good costume. Whether for Halloween, San Diego Comic Con, or any other celebration, I enjoy seeing the detailed and ingenuity of elaborate costumes, or the more amusingly simpler ones (you’ll see what I mean below).
So I thought it’d be fun to look at some of my favourites over the years and maybe you’ll play dress-up while we’re all just home having our own little one-on-one celebrations (or like me, you just look at pictures).
Oh yeah, I’m going to break some relationships up and make a tier list. A Halloween candy tier list.
This was originally going to be a bigger collab with candy from here in Australia as well as North America and UK, however it would have been so long that we thought it’s best to stick with the US as it’s celebrated the most there.
Something my wonderful, supportive US friends need to know is your candy taste like the ass end of a skunk; it’s some terrible, corn syrup candy for the most part, but you do have some good ones in there. Now some candies will be missing because I, along with my darling Canadian friend and The Evil Assistant, haven’t tried the US version or we did try them and can’t remember, so this isn’t a comprehensive list.
In case you don’t know how a tier list works, it’s a ranking of [insert anything you want here] from S-tier or God Tier, something is the absolute best, your favourite, pretty much perfect, going down to the so-so of C then down to E (some lists go to F) which is bad, awful, just Not Great At All. In this list, S-tier is basically what we would go out of our way to get, maybe steal it from a kids bucket or do some incredible finessing to acquire it. C-tier is “it’s okay.. I mean if it was in front of me I’ll eat it” while E-tier is giving it away for nothing or sinking it into a bin.
There’s definitely more fun in posting Halloween content, and we’re kicking off this year’s Halloween month with some fun games… okay some aren’t exactly fun as they are nightmare simulators but nevertheless, tick the box of making you pee a little bit.
Lately I’ve been watching a lot of people on Twitch playing Among Us, and it’s got me thinking about what video game worlds would be awful to be stuck in, so here are some from an endless list!
You might see some obvious ones missing from the list but that’s because they’re appearing in another post and I didn’t want to repeat any!
Going through and packing things up for The Move has produced some really good treasures. In particular, I found some hair products that I hadn’t tried yet – good timing too because I’m low on treatments! So I decided to go through some things instead of buying something else, so a few days ago I lucky-dipped into my leave-in treatments I still had to use and picked the Phyto Huile Soyuse Lightweight Hydrating oil for fine and dry hair.
Just checking my watch now and, yep, still in the middle of a global pandemic with inequality and corruption at every turn! Okay that was really nihilistic of me, but now is where I segue this statement about the state of affairs in 2020 to how we reflect what is going on in our lives through our clothes, hair, and – surprise! – makeup.
In today’s post, we’re finishing our predictions of what makeup trends we might see in the near future…
I’ve been able to play Animal Crossing: New Horizons for a few weeks now, and while I am not as talented as friends who have the game and seem to master everything, I’ve found loads about it I’ve loved.
There are some gripes I have with the game – not many though! – but I am going to be a sook and complain about my hot takes and unpopular opinions below.