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Men's Steampunk Clothing! 10/02/2013 19:38:21
    By Tamyka Bullen A few years ago, I learned about the Steampunk culture and it fascinated me immediately. I want to go into a brief history behind of this culture. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that invented non-existing steam-powered machinery, especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century's British Victorian era or American "Wild West" in a post-apocalyptic future. These steam-powered machinery may be considered as anachronistic technologies or retro-futuristic. Never know if they will be happening in the distant future time when the number of human population decrease to brink of an extinction. Currently, the steampunk stuffs are treated as fashionable, cultured, an art and perhap an architectural style. Traditionally, the steampunk incorporates fantasy, horror, historical fiction, alternate history or other branches of speculative fiction to make it a hybrid genre but not always necessary. Interesting about the term steampunk was brought in the literature in 1987 to describe all those fictious steam-powered machinery mentioned in classical novels written by well-known figures such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Philip Pullman, Scott Westerfeld, Stephen Hunt, China Mieville and more. I wished we were in the Victorian period so I could wear steampunk clothes but realistically, they were too heavy to wear with those tools. I envisaged myself to wear this outfit you see in the picture below.. &nbs...

Men's Steampunk Clothing!
Men's Steampunk Clothing! 10/02/2013 16:52:02
    By Tamyka Bullen A few years ago, I learned about the Steampunk culture and it fascinated me immediately. I want to go into a brief history behind of this culture. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that invented non-existing steam-powered machinery, especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century's British Victorian era or American "Wild West" in a post-apocalyptic future. These steam-powered machinery may be considered as anachronistic technologies or retro-futuristic. Never know if they will be happening in the distant future time when the number of human population decrease to brink of an extinction. Currently, the steampunk stuffs are treated as fashionable, cultured, an art and perhap an architectural style. Traditionally, the steampunk incorporates fantasy, horror, historical fiction, alternate history or other branches of speculative fiction to make it a hybrid genre but not always necessary. Interesting about the term steampunk was brought in the literature in 1987 to describe all those fictious steam-powered machinery mentioned in classical novels written by well-known figures such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Philip Pullman, Scott Westerfeld, Stephen Hunt, China Mieville and more. I wished we were in the Victorian period so I could wear steampunk clothes but realistically, they were too heavy to wear with those tools. I envisaged myself to wear this outfit you see in the picture below.. &nbs...

Men's Steampunk Clothing!
Men's Steampunk Clothing! 10/02/2013 16:14:52
    By Tamyka Bullen A few years ago, I learned about the Steampunk culture and it fascinated me immediately. I want to go into a brief history behind of this culture. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that invented non-existing steam-powered machinery, especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century's British Victorian era or American "Wild West" in a post-apocalyptic future. These steam-powered machinery may be considered as anachronistic technologies or retro-futuristic. Never know if they will be happening in the distant future time when the number of human population decrease to brink of an extinction. Currently, the steampunk stuffs are treated as fashionable, cultured, an art and perhap an architectural style. Traditionally, the steampunk incorporates fantasy, horror, historical fiction, alternate history or other branches of speculative fiction to make it a hybrid genre but not always necessary. Interesting about the term steampunk was brought in the literature in 1987 to describe all those fictious steam-powered machinery mentioned in classical novels written by well-known figures such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Philip Pullman, Scott Westerfeld, Stephen Hunt, China Mieville and more. I wished we were in the Victorian period so I could wear steampunk clothes but realistically, they were too heavy to wear with those tools. I envisaged myself to wear this outfit you see in the picture below.. &nbs...

Men's Steampunk Clothing!
Men's Steampunk Clothing! 10/01/2013 19:25:55
     Men's Steampunk Clothing A few years ago, I learned about the Steampunk culture and it fascinated me immediately. I want to go into a brief history behind of this culture. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that invented non-existing steam-powered machinery, especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century's British Victorian era or American "Wild West" in a post-apocalyptic future. These steam-powered machinery may be considered as anachronistic technologies or retro-futuristic. Never know if they will be happening in the distant future time when the number of human population decrease to brink of an extinction. Currently, the steampunk stuffs are treated as fashionable, cultured, an art and perhap an architectural style. Traditionally, the steampunk incorporates fantasy, horror, historical fiction, alternate history or other branches of speculative fiction to make it a hybrid genre but not always necessary. Interesting about the term steampunk was brought in the literature in 1987 to describe all those fictious steam-powered machinery mentioned in classical novels written by well-known figures such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Philip Pullman, Scott Westerfeld, Stephen Hunt, China Mieville and more. I wished we were in the Victorian period so I could wear steampunk clothes but realistically, t...

Men's Steampunk Clothing!
Men's Steampunk Clothing! 10/01/2013 19:25:29
     Men's Steampunk Clothing A few years ago, I learned about the Steampunk culture and it fascinated me immediately. I want to go into a brief history behind of this culture. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that invented non-existing steam-powered machinery, especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century's British Victorian era or American "Wild West" in a post-apocalyptic future. These steam-powered machinery may be considered as anachronistic technologies or retro-futuristic. Never know if they will be happening in the distant future time when the number of human population decrease to brink of an extinction. Currently, the steampunk stuffs are treated as fashionable, cultured, an art and perhap an architectural style. Traditionally, the steampunk incorporates fantasy, horror, historical fiction, alternate history or other branches of speculative fiction to make it a hybrid genre but not always necessary. Interesting about the term steampunk was brought in the literature in 1987 to describe all those fictious steam-powered machinery mentioned in classical novels written by well-known figures such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Philip Pullman, Scott Westerfeld, Stephen Hunt, China Mieville and more. I wished we were in the Victorian period so I could wear steampunk clothes but realistically, t...

Men's Steampunk Clothing!
Men's Steampunk Clothing! 10/01/2013 18:11:48
     Men's Steampunk Clothing A few years ago, I learned about the Steampunk culture and it fascinated me immediately. I want to go into a brief history behind of this culture. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that invented non-existing steam-powered machinery, especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century's British Victorian era or American "Wild West" in a post-apocalyptic future. These steam-powered machinery may be considered as anachronistic technologies or retro-futuristic. Never know if they will be happening in the distant future time when the number of human population decrease to brink of an extinction. Currently, the steampunk stuffs are treated as fashionable, cultured, an art and perhap an architectural style. Traditionally, the steampunk incorporates fantasy, horror, historical fiction, alternate history or other branches of speculative fiction to make it a hybrid genre but not always necessary. Interesting about the term steampunk was brought in the literature in 1987 to describe all those fictious steam-powered machinery mentioned in classical novels written by well-known figures such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Philip Pullman, Scott Westerfeld, Stephen Hunt, China Mieville and more. I wished we were in the Victorian period so I could wear steampunk clothes but realistically, t...

Men's Steampunk Clothing!
Men's Steampunk Clothing! 10/01/2013 18:11:24
     Men's Steampunk Clothing A few years ago, I learned about the Steampunk culture and it fascinated me immediately. I want to go into a brief history behind of this culture. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that invented non-existing steam-powered machinery, especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century's British Victorian era or American "Wild West" in a post-apocalyptic future. These steam-powered machinery may be considered as anachronistic technologies or retro-futuristic. Never know if they will be happening in the distant future time when the number of human population decrease to brink of an extinction. Currently, the steampunk stuffs are treated as fashionable, cultured, an art and perhap an architectural style. Traditionally, the steampunk incorporates fantasy, horror, historical fiction, alternate history or other branches of speculative fiction to make it a hybrid genre but not always necessary. Interesting about the term steampunk was brought in the literature in 1987 to describe all those fictious steam-powered machinery mentioned in classical novels written by well-known figures such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Philip Pullman, Scott Westerfeld, Stephen Hunt, China Mieville and more. I wished we were in the Victorian period so I could wear steampunk clothes but realistically, t...

Men's Steampunk Clothing!
Britain's Most Beautiful Woman 09/30/2013 14:47:15
    

A year and a half ago the British media made a big fuss about the woman above, Florence Colgate, and called her Britain's Most Beautiful Woman because she was "mathematically perfect". The idea was that her face was perfectly symmetrical and well proportioned. And that symmetry was beautiful. Well a year and a half later I am going to call BOGUS! I am not saying the photos are photoshopped (although they probably are), but what I am going to say is that I don't think she is that beautful. Why? Because she is boring to look at. It is too perfect, too symmetrical and waaaaaaaay too boring. Her face has almost no personality. And call me a naysayer if you want, but I think it is a person's personality that bubbles forth and makes a person MORE beautiful because of the way they smile, make faces, show emotion. The photo at the top for example is more bubbly than the symmetry photo above... but neither of them are bursting with real emotion. Now here is the thing... I also think the whole thing was a scam to promote people to get facial reconstruction surgery / plastic surgery, etc. People would see the media articles and go "My face isn't symmetrical! I should get surgery..." I wouldn't be surprised if the whole thing was organized by the plastic surgery industry in Britain (which by the way, is one of the world's leading places to get plastic surgery). I even checked. See the graphic below. Eyelid, face, neck, brow lifts surgery statistics all rose in 2012. Even the statistics ...
Tank Tops Rock 09/30/2013 14:47:00
    

Call it sheer simplicity, but tank tops rock . Here is why... Tank tops require very little effort to put on. Tank tops are cheap and inexpensive. They look amazing. Tank tops are great for exercising in or just hanging out casually. (But they are definitely NOT business casual.) They are just all around easy to have, wear, use and look great in.
Archery Fashion Chic 09/30/2013 14:46:57
    

Archery has been a big thing ever since all the archery movies that came out in 2012. But frankly it only seems to be getting started. The sport of archery has seen a renaissance since the mid-2000s and all the recent archery movies and TV shows are just jumping on the bandwagon and pushing the sport into hyperdrive. Actors like Jennifer Lawrence (photo on the right) are doing a lot to promote the sport of archery, and especially for women this means an activity women can excel at without having to worry about what the rest of society thinks of them. eg. Like the stigma around female weightlifters and bodybuilders. So unlike bodybuilding women archers can exercise and have their cake too. (Although try to keep the cake to small portions, we are watching our waistline.) But what about fashion and archery? ARCHERY FASHION TIPS #1. Tight Fitting Clothing. Why? So the bow string doesn't rub against your clothing while you are taking a shot. Don't think of this as a limitation either. Think of it as a way to liberate yourself and explore your options. #2. Dress for the Weather. My advice? Wear tight fitting layers so that you can shed those layers whenever you want, depending on whether it is too hot or too cold. #3. Wear a Sports Bra. If you are a very busty gal this is going to be a must. The sports bra will flatten your breasts out more and the bowstring won't be rubbing against them in an awkward fashion. #4. Arm Guard. Leave space on your bow arm for an arm guard to protect ...
Britain's Most Beautiful Woman 09/30/2013 13:18:02
    

A year and a half ago the British media made a big fuss about the woman above, Florence Colgate, and called her Britain's Most Beautiful Woman because she was "mathematically perfect". The idea was that her face was perfectly symmetrical and well proportioned. And that symmetry was beautiful. Well a year and a half later I am going to call BOGUS! I am not saying the photos are photoshopped (although they probably are), but what I am going to say is that I don't think she is that beautful. Why? Because she is boring to look at. It is too perfect, too symmetrical and waaaaaaaay too boring. Her face has almost no personality. And call me a naysayer if you want, but I think it is a person's personality that bubbles forth and makes a person MORE beautiful because of the way they smile, make faces, show emotion. The photo at the top for example is more bubbly than the symmetry photo above... but neither of them are bursting with real emotion. Now here is the thing... I also think the whole thing was a scam to promote people to get facial reconstruction surgery / plastic surgery, etc. People would see the media articles and go "My face isn't symmetrical! I should get surgery..." I wouldn't be surprised if the whole thing was organized by the plastic surgery industry in Britain (which by the way, is one of the world's leading places to get plastic surgery). I even checked. See the graphic below. Eyelid, face, neck, brow lifts surgery statistics all rose in 2012. Even the statistics ...
Tank Tops Rock 09/30/2013 13:14:50
    

Call it sheer simplicity, but tank tops rock . Here is why... Tank tops require very little effort to put on. Tank tops are cheap and inexpensive. They look amazing. Tank tops are great for exercising in or just hanging out casually. (But they are definitely NOT business casual.) They are just all around easy to have, wear, use and look great in.
Britain's Most Beautiful Woman 09/30/2013 13:13:22
    

A year and a half ago the British media made a big fuss about the woman above, Florence Colgate, and called her Britain's Most Beautiful Woman because she was "mathematically perfect". The idea was that her face was perfectly symmetrical and well proportioned. And that symmetry was beautiful. Well a year and a half later I am going to call BOGUS! I am not saying the photos are photoshopped (although they probably are), but what I am going to say is that I don't think she is that beautful. Why? Because she is boring to look at. It is too perfect, too symmetrical and waaaaaaaay too boring. Her face has almost no personality. And call me a naysayer if you want, but I think it is a person's personality that bubbles forth and makes a person MORE beautiful because of the way they smile, make faces, show emotion. The photo at the top for example is more bubbly than the symmetry photo above... but neither of them are bursting with real emotion. Now here is the thing... I also think the whole thing was a scam to promote people to get facial reconstruction surgery / plastic surgery, etc. People would see the media articles and go "My face isn't symmetrical! I should get surgery..." I wouldn't be surprised if the whole thing was organized by the plastic surgery industry in Britain (which by the way, is one of the world's leading places to get plastic surgery). I even checked. See the graphic below. Eyelid, face, neck, brow lifts surgery statistics all rose in 2012. Even the statistics ...
Tank Tops Rock 09/30/2013 13:12:35
    

Call it sheer simplicity, but tank tops rock . Here is why... Tank tops require very little effort to put on. Tank tops are cheap and inexpensive. They look amazing. Tank tops are great for exercising in or just hanging out casually. (But they are definitely NOT business casual.) They are just all around easy to have, wear, use and look great in.
Archery Fashion Chic 09/30/2013 13:11:52
    

Archery has been a big thing ever since all the archery movies that came out in 2012. But frankly it only seems to be getting started. The sport of archery has seen a renaissance since the mid-2000s and all the recent archery movies and TV shows are just jumping on the bandwagon and pushing the sport into hyperdrive. Actors like Jennifer Lawrence (photo on the right) are doing a lot to promote the sport of archery, and especially for women this means an activity women can excel at without having to worry about what the rest of society thinks of them. eg. Like the stigma around female weightlifters and bodybuilders. So unlike bodybuilding women archers can exercise and have their cake too. (Although try to keep the cake to small portions, we are watching our waistline.) But what about fashion and archery? ARCHERY FASHION TIPS #1. Tight Fitting Clothing. Why? So the bow string doesn't rub against your clothing while you are taking a shot. Don't think of this as a limitation either. Think of it as a way to liberate yourself and explore your options. #2. Dress for the Weather. My advice? Wear tight fitting layers so that you can shed those layers whenever you want, depending on whether it is too hot or too cold. #3. Wear a Sports Bra. If you are a very busty gal this is going to be a must. The sports bra will flatten your breasts out more and the bowstring won't be rubbing against them in an awkward fashion. #4. Arm Guard. Leave space on your bow arm for an arm guard to protect ...
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