Elite Daily had a fascinating read, as usual. This one is about you and the evil aspects of your Zodiac sign.
Mine is as follows. But after you judge me, don’t you want to know your evil score? Check it out…and also watch Barbies have s*x as your sign (tres interesting):
Aquarius – Cold calculating elitists.
An aquarius is not one to be f*cked with. Generally they are very detached and you might actually be able to avoid meeting one, since they aren’t all that interested in what other people are doing. But on the evil side, they can be tactless, self-absorbed and erratic.
They will run from problems and deny their mistakes, but they’ll never let you do the same. They’ll remember your mistakes forever, and even after you’ve apologized they’ll remind you of them years afterward.
Evil Scale: 6.0
When you’ve known people for a long time or even your whole life (without even remembering much from the early days), you see them in a lot of outfits and more importantly, colors. So for my family, when they are thinking of others in the immediate group, I’ve created the Family Color Palette.
Mom: Turqouise, Neon Yellow, Magenta
Piers: Orange, Royal Blue, Canary Yellow, Aqua
Rindy: Navy Blue, Red, Dark Gray
Dad: Black, Red
Will: Lavender, Purple, Celadon
And me: Hollywood Cerise, Ultra Pink, Navy Blue, Neon Orange, Gold (metallic), Yellow
Please study the Pantone chart to get your own colors right.
Some people get more tragic with age.
So many older boys I seriously crushed on in high school are seriously not hot now that they’re adults. Adding to inevitable hair-loss or weight gain or what have you, some guys never really grow up, acting like frat boys when they are 35+.
Age doesn’t favor many well in looks so why detract more from what already isn’t working for you? Part of growing up is, well, growing up. Those who actually do are far hotter than those that try to maintain their college personas.
I’m not sitting on a high horse — I’ve certainly lost swagger over the years — that’s part of ageing. Youth is something you cannot regain, whether through acting or dressing or going under the knife (and you shouldn’t!). Nothing truly gives you back the natural aura of youth.
But there is beauty with age that more people should embrace. You (should) gain new perspective and a higher level of emotional maturity. There’s value in that. And there’s also value in taking care of the body that houses your mind like healthy adults do. Strive to be beautiful on the inside; it will radiate outside tenfold.
The popular (senior) boys in high school were called The Crunchies. They were a mix of highly preppy, privileged stoners with major sideburns and long hair, though this was not the seventies, just 1998.
They listened to The Grateful Dead, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Cream (and Eric Clapton on his own), and developed a love affair with Phish that they’ve sustained for life. They preferred bow ties and Nantucket Red pants.
The Crunchies were an interesting type of bad boy, and all of the freshman girls, including myself, were fascinated. The Crunchies, in turn, were fascinated with us. While we had the youth card to our advantage, we were our own off-the-cuff breed that diverged from previous generations of our prep school’s girls. We were loud and opinionated (and maybe, yes, cringe-a-little tacky), but we ruled.
Perhaps part of the appeal was the opposition. They brought introspective chill into our lives and we brought the festivity & flair into theirs.
The Kent Crunchies in their photo glory…
Nail Polishes have increasingly clever names since the dawn of creatively naming colors.
Topless & Barefoot
No More Waity Katie
Teal The Cows Come Home
Turquoise & Caicos
Good Man-darin is Hard to Find
Haute in the Heat
Swagger Like Us
Tart With A Heart
Bikini So Teeny
Lacy Not Racy
Adore A Ball
After School Boy Blazer
Skirting The Issue
Peach Side Babe
Orange, It’s Obvious!
The last is my new favorite Essie, because it looks good…and feels oh-so-good.
Most of my major relationships (3 out of my 5 boyfriends) involved me going after the guy. Sometimes guys are too shy to make the first move, so if you’re semi-confident he’s into you even just a little (and even if you only want to hook up with him), just go for it.
It’s as simple as saying, “I’m into you.” It’s never failed me. If you want to be less obvious, just be flirty and gauge his reactions. My main point is, though, that guys are sometimes too shy to make the first move.
Don’t be afraid to be ballsy and go after what you want.
Even if you get rejected (not likely if you’re reading non-verbal clues accurately), you’ll at least gain the confidence of having tried which will make you…
Good for the next one!