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.
Welcome to a post that is the antithesis of Facebook misinformation! I didn’t realise how much time has flown since our last misconceptions post, which means by the next time I do one of these I’ll probably be begging people to stop using highlighters as eyeliner or some shit…
or refrain from using lipbalm on your butthole or something…
I haven’t made it a secret that I’m a huge Marvel fan on this blog or on social media. I have my favourite Avengers, way too many toys and things, but I’m actually a big DC fan too. And boy, DC fans are eating good next year.
I have never been pro or anti either one, one might do something better than the other while both carrying different tones and elements, but I have to freak out over the DC Fandome showcase we were given and what I’m looking forward to in 2021, DC’s year.
I have reviewed quite a few things since our first (and last) one of these, but I thought I’d look at ones I maybe mentioned on social media or briefly at some point. I actually went all through my makeup because of the whole moving thing and have picked up some items that are still fairly new
Disclaimer fun time: This post isn’t to shame or generally be an asshole to any company, only simply to talk about a specific product I paid for that didn’t live up to expectations, be it effectiveness or performance. All of these products for one reason or another could not be refunded, in case you’re wondering why I simply didn’t return them. All these products have been used by me unless stated (e.g. The Evil Assistant’s input) and after numerous applications, so testing opinions could have changed from first impressions.
Visions of the future have always had an aspect of technological strides with a dash of individuality. In the early-to-mid 1900s, the future seemed really promising but thanks to cyberpunk and recent history, we’re a biiiit more skeptical of a utopia that includes rolling away from your neighbours.
For when Susan won’t stop being a nosy bitch.
Like some tired, beauty-focused Millenial Nostradamus, I’m throwing my hat into the ring and predicting some mainstream future makeup trends, fitting for late capitalism, societal changes and our never-ending love of silver. My biggest predictions will be able to change our face enough for privacy and against anti-surveillance [I bet you weren’t expecting that kind of talk from a beauty post] by utilising looks we already do, with some exaggerations and tweaks; like changing face shapes, throwbacks, and complete merging of tech… and yes, silver.