Maaaasive thank you to everyone who sponsored me for the 10k Race For Life this morning, I managed 1 hour and 22 minutes which I’m happy with considering the knee problems I’ve been having for the last 3 months. So happy to be able to put filters on this sweaty mess right now.
Prepping for Sunday morning. I’ve somehow managed to overcome gammy knees for the last 3 months and will still be able to Race For Life in two days time! You can sponsor me by going to www.raceforlifesponsorme.org/claireaddicott truly any amount will be greatly appreciated and will go into kicking cancer in the balls.
I Won’t Back Down
A shell-shocked U.S. Marine after the 1968 Tet offensive in South Vietnam.
He took 5 frames, each one came out exactly the same, no blinking no movement.
If Barbie looked like a ‘normal’ woman…
Artist Nickolay Lamm of MyDeals.com used CDC measurements of an average 19-year-old woman to create a 3-D model, which he photographed next to a standard Barbie doll. Lamm then photoshopped the 3-D model to make it look like a Barbie doll.
"If we criticize skinny models, we should at least be open to the possibility that Barbie may negatively influence young girls as well," Lamm said in an email to the Huffington Post. “Furthermore, a realistically proportioned Barbie actually looks pretty good."
Considering how peculiar a Barbie body would look in real life, Lamm concluded: “If there’s even a small chance of Barbie in its present form negatively influencing girls, and if Barbie looks good as an average-sized woman in America, what’s stopping Mattel from making one?”
Jean Shrimpton photographed by Bert Stern