Johanna does not have time for this Hunger Games nonsense
she’s just one of those contestants who is constantly having her mouth, hands, and other parts blurred out on television.
lemonlylee replied to your photo “A gentleman walked into my place of work the other day wearing this…”
Your life is so much more interesting than mine.
This is true. I saw a 70 year old man in hot pants the other day. I bet you’ll never get that sort excitement at your job.
A gentleman walked into my place of work the other day wearing this and a pair of sneakers. He then proceeded to wander the store, occasionally posing against a shelf or endcap whenever an employee would walk by. He was there for at least an hour.
All that is missing is a Z snap of fabulous ownage.
all retta, all the time.
Claire’s is a hair and accessory boutique for little girls. Apparently they are now selling these “real looking scars”. This is messed up.
alright guys we all flipped over Anna Rexia
this is literally a children to teen store convincing people scars are “cool and hip” and self harm and depression are trends
we need to stop it
IF YOU BELIEVE THIS SHOULD BE STOPPED
(WHICH I’M SERIOUSLY HOPING YOU ALL DO)
THEN SIGN THIS PETITION!
134 people have signed this.
We need to stop this shit.
Spread this like wildfire - get as many people to sign this petition as possible.
Because this is appalling.
Please just…theres like 400 of you. Just…
I am totally not believing this, yet here it is. The fact that this even made it through brainstorming sessions and into manufacturing is baffling the hell out of me. To think that someone deemed this appropriate or cool makes me sick. Those who self harm in this way are suffering. This should not be glamorized AT ALL!!!
And secondly, emo scars?! Really?! If these dumbasses knew anything at all, they’d know that these scars can be found on all kinds of people from all walks of life. And using the label “emo”, to me, is offensive.
This isn’t even real.