Semi Transparent Lips (Lips will change to colour of your blog)
Made by Totally Transparent
awwwyis. Sunday can’t come any sooner.
A night to remember.
3/16/13 - Imagine Dragons at the Warfield in San Francisco, CA
ITS TRANSPARENT YOU JUST CAUGHT MY BLOG.
Everyone needs a transparent pokeball on your blog, you just have to.
What’s in a Compliment?
What are words to you when spoken by your closest friends? What are words to you when spoken by unknown people? As Tumblr users, we often joke about how inferior Facebook is to Tumblr. But I bet we all have Facebooks. And this post is not about Tumblr, it’s about Facebook. Instead of the anon-love (or hate) that we see in our Tumblr ask-boxes, I encountered something across my Facebook newsfeed today that is worth blogging about. I’m not knocking Tumblr, I absolutely love it. This is just something new to me, that there’s a fine line between anon-love (no hate allowed) and the closeness of your friends.
A Facebook fanpage was created by someone, most likely a student, but otherwise known as the ‘Compliment Fairy’, called SCU Compliments. It’s where anyone from my school, SCU, can private message the fanpage and write an anonymous message to a friend. Amidst the flirty, typical messages of “you’re cute” and “the rugby team should wear short shorts more often”, it surprised me how much love college students have for each other. This warmed my heart to scroll through all these posts, regardless of whether I knew the receiver of the message or not. In the wake of post-finals stress syndrome, it’s a breath of fresh air to see others you love be recognized, or even yourself be recognized.