For my Masters dissertation I conducted a series of focus groups, where we discussed the fashion industry and people’s opinion of it. Long story short, I found out a lot of interesting stuff and I’m still hoping to buggery that I passed.
A quick perusal of my entries on this blog has indicated that I have not yet explained what my immigration status has been since I moved to the UK with my family five years ago. A few weeks ago I was invited to a massive joint birthday celebration in Disneyland Paris. After thinking about it, I realised with the sort of horror one realises when one is trying to deny something that has a very real chance of happening, that I might not be legally allowed to live in this hemisphere by then. My invite acceptance status is thus currently “maybe”.
I think I’ve caught the blogging bug, or something. Long may it last – I’m quite enjoying this new-found motivation to do something I’ve wanted to do for a while.
So I thought I’d change it up a bit today and write a review, and as luck would have it I discovered a little bit of magic this evening that deserves a couple of paragraphs of analysis about it, concluding with a thorough recommendation.
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There are three things in this world that I feel are literally 100% bad. As in, there is not even the tiniest amount of good in them – cancer, bullies, and nausea.
Fat discrimination is kind of like bullying, except primary schools are not devoting time and energy and money towards zero tolerance of fat discrimination policies.
Sometimes when I can’t sleep, I’ll be watching YouTube videos and eventually gravitate towards some of my old favourites. This evening/early morning, it was the React videos, by the Fine Bros. After watching YouTubers react to Best Song Ever, Teens React to Blurred Lines and Kids React to The Beatles, I got to Kids React to Controversial Cheerios Commercial.