- Person: The Hunger Games is just a rip off of Battle Royale.
- Me: At this point in time, almost every completely new concept/idea is taken. There is no such thing as a completely original story. In some parts, you have to pick and choose from what others have done, and twist it to make it your own. Every one does it in every creative outlet. Just because two things are similar, does not make the later one a rip off or not as good, nor does it make the first version better. It just means that it was a good concept in the first place. Please get over yourself and just enjoy what you're reading/watching instead of nit picking it over something unavoidable.
- Person: ...
- Me: ...
- Person: ... You put to much thought into that.
That Awkward moment
when a girl wears a white (or colored) bra under a white shirt and “doesn’t realize” that it’s see through.
- Seventeen: You've said girls should embrace their curves. Why did you think it important to make that statement?
- Jennifer Lawrence: When I was playing Mystique in X-Men, I remember thinking, If I'm going to be naked in paint in front of the entire world, I'm going to look like a woman. I'm going to have curves and have boobs and have a butt. Because girls are going to look at that, and if I look like a scarecrow, they are going to think, Oh, that's normal. It's not normal. I'm just so sick of these young girls with diets. I remember when I was 13 and it was cool to pretend to have an eating disorder because there were rumors that Lindsay Lohan and Nicole Richie were anorexic. I thought it was crazy. I went home and told my mom, "Nobody's eating bread--I just had to finish everyone's burgers". I think it's really important for girls to have people to look up to and feel good about themselves.
Let's make like fabric softener