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The plus and minus signs represent the magnetic charges that are no doubt rendering his sperm sterile.This bath is just one of countless electric therapies Enlightenment doctors pulled out of their asses. They would blast away any ailment, from a sore throat to your STD of choice. Does your kid have diarrhea? Try some electricity.
Victorian women's fashion was not about comfort. Hourglass shaped corsets compressed the abdomen, forcing it downward. They were typically V shaped at the bustline. There were scores of beautiful models at the event, many of which arrived hours before to exchange their clothing for body paint. The level of activity among all participating was intense. Make up artists, stylists, wardrobe people, models, and event planners were gathered in very small staging areas and every single person on hand gave the impression that they were happy to be involved.
During the first quarter of 2013, Xiniya reported revenue of RMB221million, an increase of 4.2% year over year. This is still at the upper end of our guidance range of 1% to 5%. The company delivered 1.18 million units during first quarter of 2013, compared with 1.2 million units during the first quarter of 2012.
Red signifies fashion, sensuality, and elegance. No wonder rubies are becoming more and more popular because of the glamorous aura they bring to a necklace, and most especially to the person wearing it. Since necklaces are naturally attractive pieces of jewelry, adding an equally attractive pendant is a must.
Taylor Swift showed up in Las Vegas looking a bit like a peacock. This 21 year old sure did preen in her luxurious gown with its super long train for which any colorful bird would be envious. Although the hue was tame (in fact, it looked nude, which seems to be her color signature these days), her presence was not.
So there is a hierarchy here in which the shorts are the "strongest" element and the tshirt is the "weakest" one. What I mean here as a "strong" element is something that draws attention to itself, either because it has a heavy pattern, or because the color stands out, or because the fit is different, etc. (thanks Balloons_lol, fucks_mulder and huhwot).
Whereas in the west there is a demand for a kind of "modernised Americana", like the popularity of slim fit raw denim coming from brands like APC, it seems that a lot of Japanese brands cater almost exclusively to those who want a very closely accurate "vintage" look, an example is that it seems most raws are pretty loose fitting by current fashion standards in Japan. Even when Japanese denim brands do "slim" fitting jeans it seems those are made for the western market. Do you think this is accurate?. anwht