The Midweek Marshamallow: Internets pt 2

Hello again,

I know I’ve done this before, but I just can’t ignore the fact that people keep ending up on my blog after typing in very unusual Google search terms. Google searches that really shouldn’t be bringing them here.

I suppose that I should really be using these terms as a guide. I’m obviously not giving the people what they want.

*Sigh* Let’s give this a bash, shall we? *INITIATE FEEDBACK MODE*

1.  “Sparkly capsules poop confetti”

Um. I think you need to take a long, hard look at yourself and ask your inner-being whether this was what you wanted out of life. Is this the person you wanted to become? Do you feel as though you have been utilizing your time well? I hope this response has helped you find what it is you were “searching” for. ie: Not sparkly poop.

2. “Famous people scratching crotch”

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Enough? Not enough? More?

3. “Naked hairy man from Honduras”

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You’re welcome.

Bisous!

Zozette

5 things I’ve learnt from Karen Walker

In this day and age, you might think that positive female role-models are hard to find. However – I just think that people have not been looking in the right places.

For instance, Karen Walker, the mouse-voiced diva from Will and Grace. On the surface she may seem like a self-obsessed, rude, alcoholic of a woman…. (Which she is!) but under that cheeky exterior lies a vodka bottle full of life lessons and fabulosity!

Without further ado – The 5 things that I’ve learnt from Karen Walker.

1. Never dwell on the past.

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2. Always be honest.

270364bec650fdff2e37e0d01733c97fTell people what you think and don’t keep things bottled up inside. I generally appreciate honestly in every form, even if it’s something I don’t really want to hear. I’d rather hear that you don’t like me, than have to endure a “fake smile” every time I bump into you. I’d be better off with no friends, than fake friends – thank you very much.

3. Never allow people to treat you like crap.

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Never ever lower your standards. As Eleanor Roosevelt once said “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” Don’t be cocky, but never succumb to being pushed around.

4. Never be afraid to ask questions.

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There really is no such thing as a stupid question. I’d rather ask a bunch of questions now, than look stupid after I’ve failed at my task. So ask away, honey! How else will you learn?

5. Point out your positive attributes and make people God-damn sorry they ever doubted you.

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Everybody has vices and virtues. Find your good points (Yes, you have some – no matter how much you deny it.) and be proud of them! Loads of people out there wish they had what you have, so don’t put it to waste. Feel fabulous about yourself everyday, no matter what crap gets flung your way.

Occasionally you may find yourself feeling blue and a little down, and that’s ok. On those days you can definitely get yourself a margarita and wallow in your misery. Let’s keep those days few and far between though, ok? Love and light to you all!

Bisous!

Zozette