If you call yourself a 'tastemaker' on your Twitter / blog / website, chances are you're really not. Don't call yourself a tastemaker. Please.
Every person is there to teach you something, but not all lessons will be enjoyable. Gotta keep learning though.
You know when you see someone wearing almost matching clothes. Almost matching, but not matching – that's the worst. In general. In life.
Being a full-time paradox is way better than being someone f***ing boring.
Watched Good Will Hunting (AGAIN) the other day and apart from being the best film ever, it also has the best lines. “You're not perfect, sport, and let me save you the suspense: this girl you've met, she's not perfect either. But the question is whether or not you're perfect for each other.”
Social anxiety happens when you're not supposed to be where you are! So keep away from those places! If it feels good being there, stay, if it doesn't, get out.
It's “bear with me” NOT “bare with me” - unless you wanna get naked.
I think girls should wolf-whistle more. Fo realz.
Breaking someone's trust is what arseholes do. Don't be one.
I stopped swearing recently. At least out loud. Feels very lady-like. You should try it. (Saying 'arsehole' is not considered swearing, is it?)