Apr 27th 2011 12:34AM I totally agree with jpapadavis. Everyone sleeps in different positions throughout the night! Therefore, the article is ridiculous. The only person who stays in one position while sleeping, would be a patient in a hospital who's so confined by braces and bandages, that he can't possibly move. THINK, everybody!!
Mar 10th 2011 3:30AM I thought that the breasts on some of those fairies were quite buxom. In the old, old days, fairies did not have strapless gowns. Their gowns were long, and made of gossimer, covering their hips and legs. The tight little, strapless, mini dresses that Disney put on them are outrageous. They make little girls think that is the norm, not only for fairies, but for all women--no wonder so many young girls are anorexic trying to fit into those tiny duds! Next thing you know the fairies will be wearing 7 inch high heels and be on the look-out for rich men. How decadent can you get?
Feb 23rd 2011 1:27AM I don't blame her one bit. They should have asked for proof of who she is. Good Lord, a member of the United States House of Representatives!!!???? Come on; who's next, President Obabma? it's outrageous. Next time, everyone--take the train! It's more relaxing, and First Class riders are treated like royalty; besides, trains are a lot faster than they used to be. If you count the planes' stopovers, the train will get you there almost as soon.
Feb 12th 2011 1:21AM Go get 'em, sugar!
Feb 2nd 2011 1:25AM Not all of the costumes at Paris fashion shows are outrageous. They have a few like the above to garner attention to their brand names. They are also made to emphasize the upcoming season's styles. For instance, the bright and dazzling splashes of many different colors means that those particular shades will be prominent and probably more subtly used in "that adorable lounge suit" that you just have to have! The big white collared "wings" means that white laced collars are "in." These ensembles are meant to be ridiculous so you will not forget them and what they are predicting for the coming season.
Dec 8th 2010 2:08AM You are correct about women wearing pants before men did--but that was in China, and Chinese women still wear them.
In Europe and the New World, women wore long pantaloons underneath their hoop skirts in order to cover their ankles. Men also wore "pantaloons" (without the skirts) :-), which only covered their knees. Wealthy men's pantaloons were silk and often brocaded. Workers' pantaloons were made of heavy denim type materials, or wool in cold weather. Men also wore stockings, which buttoned onto their pantaloons to keep the stockings up, and a band was often tied or buckled around the buttons to hide them. They also wore shoes with large buckles on them in order to hide the leather thongs that were used to tie their shoes on tightly.
Dec 8th 2010 1:08AM How do you "steal" another woman's husband? If you guy is that shallow, then good riddance. Unless, of course, you treated him like dirt in the first place. When Jolie starts losing her looks, Pitt will probably dump her, too.
Nov 24th 2010 1:57AM Your best bet to find old kitchen utensils is at antique stores; thrift shops; and on eBay. Between the three, I have never been disappointed. 5 years ago, I found the exact duplicate of a certain 1950 camera on eBay that my husband had loved, but lost while river-rafting. The seller sold it for only ten dollars because he thought it was broken, but when it arrived, the camera was like new and not broken at all. The guy simply didn't know how the film advancer worked on that particular camera model. It also had the original leather case in mint condition!
I've found a 1928 waffle iron that still worked, and a beautiful porcelain coffee maker from the same era, when electricity was first being used for appliances. You can also find many old utensils from the 1950's and 60's, all made in the United States, and still in excellent working condition.
Nov 17th 2010 1:28AM Sorry, I spelled Alboline wrong. :-) Also, Wet 'n Wild is ony $1.98 per tube which has an applicater in it. Alboline is anywhere from $8.00 to $11.00 for a HUGE jar, which lasts for several months with twice a day applications. I use it as an undercoat for my cream foundation.
Nov 17th 2010 1:19AM I swim a lot and like to protect my lips. I buy Wet 'n Wild, found at Rite-Aid drugstores. I comes in every shade, is good for your lips (has castor oil in it) and you can get it in high gloss, which withstands the water better. For facial protection, I've been using Alboine for years and years. I have sensitive skin and it works great for me. Yes, it's from a mineral oil base, think finely refined Vasoline, but my grandmother used it daily and she had beautiful skin with no wrinkles, only a couple of lines around her mouth, at age 89 when she died. The big Cosmo's try to give mineral oil a bad rap because it''s so inexpensive. I have a very good complexion and have used it for at least forty years.