Stolar – Raw Emotions
For the first time in my life, my anticipation revolving around a Taylor Swift music video release was at an all time high. “End Game” is easily one of my favorite singles off of her album, which is crazy because I don’t even like Ed Sheeran, but I still find myself rapping his verse anyways. Another surprising revelation? I typically dislike any song where Taylor Swift is talking and singing at the same time, but I guess when it’s rapping and singing, it feels different to me. So I was around for the release because it was only 9PM PT after all and then I went on to watch the video four more times.
Long story short: I like the song better than the video itself, but I like this music video better than LWYMMD and Ready For It.
Let’s get into some other observations though:
- Why is Taylor Swift partying in Miami, Tokyo, and London?
- Also, this song references drinking quite a bit and she’s basically partying at every location – is drinking a new thing for her?
- No Katy Perry even though it was rumored
- The girl CAN DANCE now. I’m not saying it was a lot of movement, but enough for us to feel confident that she wasn’t as bad as she was several years ago.
- Where can we get that pink toy video camera thing that appears in the “London” scene?
- Taylor has completely upped her fashion game.
French Montana – A Lie
– Neopets and its internet girl culture movement [Rolling Stone]
– How to plan a wedding your guests will enjoy [Vogue]
– 5 Different women on getting dressed for work [Racked]
– What the “Stranger Things” logo could have looked like [Vulture]
– If you’re obsessed with “Jelena” like we are, here’s a timeline for every important moment in their relationship that you need to know [Vogue]
– My LinkedIn Photo [The New Yorker]
– 101 Ways to Make a $1000 [Money]
– Apple Park Visitor Center now open to the public [Inhabitat]
48 posts and counting! I’m convinced that writer’s block is a thing that happens to everyone. I can still remember being in college and becoming upset at myself when I knew I had waited until the last minute to complete a paper. Typical. Writing always came easily when it wasn’t out of desperation and when it wasn’t at a time that I needed it the most. These “A Collection” posts are my favorite because they don’t ever require writing, but I like to write a little piece to go along with it anyways. It’s nice to just sift through a bunch of images and decide on the spot if I want to include them or not. I will usually know within a second and if I’m thinking about one for too long, that might also mean something too. I like to think that all of the images represent the mood that I’m in or a period in my life. I never actually write out the exact feeling at that moment and we’re completely okay with that. If you read into these a bit though, you can always sense a type of pattern.
The internet, man.
And as the night gets later, the content gets
- Most fashionable kids on Instagram [Fashionista] um… my future children?
- Lifestyle blogger brags about taking 2nd place in Florida Half Marathon…gets CAUGHT! [Barstool Sports]
- 4 beauty products that you don’t need in your routine [Byrdie]
- Could listening to music at work stall your productivity? [Well+Good]
It’s 2017 and by now, the children that are growing up probably have no idea what “Where’s Waldo” is. The people behind Sugoi Books are bringing this little part of our childhood book back and this time with “Finding Beyoncé” In a new 40-page illustrated book, children must pick out their Beyoncé in chaotic events that typically might surround the R&B singer.
“We’ve put together a glorious illustrated tribute to Queen B where you get to swim through the pages and find out where’s she’s hidden on the page,” the publisher wrote on the product page. “Think Where’s Waldo but with way more sass.”