Happy Friday honeys – I haven’t written one of these for so long and I don’t have a clue why as they’re always so much fun to read and write, the other three will be linked at the bottom of this post! We all know I love a good rant so I hope that you all enjoy this post.
I don’t like that Instagram is removing likes.
I think this is the most shocking opinion of the post as Instagram are removing them for a positive reason and to benefit us, not them. As bloggers, we all know how damaging social media can be, but I think we should be able to have a choice whether likes are visible or not. I know everyone preaches about ‘it’s not about the numbers’ but you would be lying if you weren’t happy when your post reaches a certain number of likes, it’s nice to see a post do well. It doesn’t make you self-centred. We should definitely be able to have the option of visible likes or not rather than just getting rid of them.
Tattoos don’t have to have a meaning behind them.
So I have two tattoos, a yin yang symbol on my wrist and a heart on my index finger and I got them when I was in my teens. My first was the yin yang and I got it at the height of my depression to remind me that there is always good in the bad and bad in the good, so the meaning is pretty strong and close to my heart. Whereas my heart finger tatt is completely random and I often get told that its a bit pointless and why would I get a tattoo without a meaning. Usually, I try to justify it but on the other hand, I also think fuck it. Why should it have a meaning, if I want a cool tatt just because it’s cool, I’ll get it.
Cosmetic surgery isn’t a bad thing.
I have wanted lip fillers and a nose job for as long as I can remember, but every time I bring it up I always get a negative reaction. When people think about cosmetic surgery they automatically think of botch jobs and criticise me for even contemplating it, but then a minute later all I hear is how hot Kylie Jenner is. Kylie looks incredibly different from what she did prior to surgery and now she is commended for her good looks. So why am I, an average person, criticised for wanting work done but a celeb isn’t?!
You don’t need to have a honeymoon phase.
In my previous relationships, I have always had a honeymoon phase and for those who don’t know what that is. Its the first part of a relationship where you agree with anything your other half says and everything is sunshine and roses. But me and Harry haven’t had that and it may be due to the fact we were work colleagues and were already close, but nonetheless, I am so relieved. From the beginning there was no falseness, I was belly laughing on the first date and the first time I stayed over I was makeup-less and we were in our comfies by 7pm, everything has been so normal from the start. Yes, our relationship is so new and so exciting but everything is so natural and I don’t think I have ever been so comfortable with someone so soon.
The UK heatwave we’re having is awful.
If you are in the UK you will know we have been greeted by an unexpected heatwave, and I think I am the only person who is hating every minute of it. It’s humid, sweaty, gross and as its, the UK no-one has A/C. Please, can it be Autumn already so I can pull out my jumpers and stop having to shave my legs every goddamn day?
Thank you all for reading and all of your support means so much to me. Do you agree or disagree with any of these opinions? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.
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