Blue-eyed-blondie (Matriarch)

Blondie excels at being an underachiever. She is currently trying to add an extra year onto her undergrad so she can continue to down $7 bottles of wine in an environment that encourages her erratic behavior. After graduation, she has big plans to flunk out of a prestigious law school. Email her compliments and Netflix suggestions at [email protected] EDIT** if you suggest Black Mirror she's already seen it. So stop suggesting it. Seriously. Please stop suggesting it.

Member Since 06/28/2015

From California

  • Blue-eyed-blondie 8 years ago on A Stripper Explains Exactly What It's Like To Work Frat Parties

    100% agree. It’s something that’s always bothered me and is basically called out in Neighbors 2. The problem is should anyone openly fight it, they’re kissing their sisterhood goodbye for not “living with respect to the ideals” of their sorority. But it is totally unfair, hence why so many girls related with the articles about how much more comfortable they would feel in fraternities.

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  • Blue-eyed-blondie 8 years ago on Aerie Is Now Using "Real" Men For Ads And It's Rather Depressing

    Guys the point of this is that if I wanted to look at an average looking guy in underwear, I’d get back with my ex. Models are models for a reason. I understand that people shouldn’t be made to feel bad about their bodies, but not everyone can be a model. JUST LIKE not everyone can do any profession.

    Besides, this whole idea is fucking stupid. If I was approached and asked if I wanted to be the face of a modeling campaign that was literally made to make people feel better about themselves, I wouldn’t do it. There’s nothing empowering about lowering the standard. I could NEVER be a model. Why? Because my face and body are not impressive enough. I don’t think I’m ugly (or these models are) but I’m in no way pretty enough to get people to pay to look at me. And that’s ok. Because *very few people are*. And I sure as hell don’t need people to pretend that my body is just as good as a models because it’s not.

    Just like not all of us can be amazing musicians or athletes, not all of us can be models. So stop pretending we all are and enjoy the abs that actual models TRY REALLY FUCKING HARD FOR.

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  • Blue-eyed-blondie 8 years ago on Aerie Is Now Using "Real" Men For Ads And It's Rather Depressing

    I strongly believe that no one should be ashamed of their bodies if they actually do love their bodies. But the point of modeling is the displaying the top 1% beauty of the world. Is that me? No. And while I *kind of* understand that people like having attainable goals… The point is that it’s unattainable. That’s why we’re so obsessed. Do you really think we would fawn over the kardashians if they weren’t so gorgeous, rich, fabulous and everything else that we aren’t? Remember the book Harrison Bergeron? How when you’re try to make sure everyone feels special, it hurts everyone. I agree no one should hurt themselves to look like runway models, but telling people that it’s wrong to want to work on yourself is pathetic. Models are models for a reason. Just like we wouldn’t send me to the olympics to have a “relatable athlete”

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  • Blue-eyed-blondie 8 years ago on You Are Not "One Of The Guys" And You Never Will Be

    I am sorry that you did not enjoy my article/my writing in general. I write opinions and stories that come from my personal life and share them with the public. I am not stupid, I know that there will be people who do not appreciate my voice, and I am not going to try to and convince you otherwise. All I can suggest is that you do not read my articles. But if you do continue to read them, I cannot force you to like them.

    I would also like to point out that while TFM has an unspoken rule that everyone HAS to shit talk the author, do not be under the illusion that subscribers to TSM are all nice and polite. I have read comments (on my articles and others) that are just plain cruel. You all have the right to voice your opinions, and it is strongly encouraged that you do. That being said, I absolutely love writing for TSM and hope to continue for as long as I can. Hopefully my writing skills will develop, but until then remember that I am not claiming to be anything more than I am- just a girl trying to get through college one laugh at a time.

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  • Blue-eyed-blondie 8 years ago on When The Only Guy You Want Is The Guy You Can't Have

    I totally agree. I’ve had a crush on him since he had a girlfriend. Obviously he was off limits but the moment he broke up with her I was immediately obsessed. The first time he kissed me (the night that conversation happened) it was soft and sweet and electric. I spent all night kissing and cuddling him and described it as nothing I’d ever felt before to my friends. Maybe I like him more coz he’s pretty much the only guy to flat out say no. But I felt this way when he was the one grabbing me too

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  • Blue-eyed-blondie 9 years ago on This Girl's CRAZY, Unapologetic, But Oddly Captivating Letter To Her Boyfriend's Wife Will Enrage You

    She is so pathetic. If he truly loves her he’d leave the wife and she’s so delusional that she buys the bullshit he feeds her. She’s used for sex but somehow, in her head, she’s the winner. This guy probably can’t believe his luck! He has a wife and baby, his world, and a piece of ass on the side that will never make herself known in his world because she already KNOWS about it and doesn’t expect anything. Both of them are the worst type of people. I hope when she’s married, spending all day taking care of a newborn and is too worn out for sex; her husband just goes out and fucks some stupid bimbo. And she gets a letter.

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  • Blue-eyed-blondie 9 years ago on #FreeTheNipple Will Ruin Boobs For Everyone

    “Free the nipple” is about a woman’s ability to go topless. As women we should be able to post topless photos just like men, especially because most men post shirtless selfies as a sexualized picture. But saying that having this right will no longer give us any sexual power is bullshit. Men know what nipples look like. And they’ve seen countless nipples in porn with the click of a button. Letting women who CHOOSE to show nipple on social media will not make them disinterested in real life. Just as porn hasn’t deterred their sexual interest.

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