"But when you’re 5’10" plus, you’re emasculating your man enough already. Don’t make it worse on him."
"Maybe I’m just old fashioned, but a woman in simple blue jeans is the most attractive."
"I understand they’re comfortable when you’re going to class, but please don’t wear your night gown shirts to class. It’s not cute."
"[Chacos] are simply hideous. Hideous isn’t even a strong enough word to describe how ugly they truly are."
I’m sorry, I didn’t realized that when I woke up in the morning I needed to dress to satisfy Josh Campbell’s beauty standards.
This was in my university’s student newspaper, and this is so outrageous to me. The sports editor (yes, the sports editor wrote this piece) just insulted over half of the female population at my university, and it got published in the Fall Fashion edition of the paper!
I understand that he may not like these things, but that doesn’t make it okay for him to unnecessarily and inappropriately force his opinions on everyone at the university. The rest of the paper was great - it had trendy fashion pieces that were great suggestions of what’s in style that anyone can wear. But this piece just told women what they should and shouldn’t wear. Just because someone enjoys chocolate chip cookies and he may not, doesn’t mean that chocolate chip cookies are bad and should stop being eaten.
do not trust people who get excited about halloween they may in fact be skeletons
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- An Athlete: What was the greatest moment in sports history?
- Me: Viktor Krum caught the snitch but Ireland won.