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miss mong
30 May 2014 @ 07:30 pm

She has just the most beautiful profile ever.
miss mong
24 May 2014 @ 04:52 pm
Can I convince some more people to get into WUXIA with me? I already got duckyzu started. It has so many kickass femmes.

miss mong
15 January 2014 @ 05:01 am

Next entry: Jonah Hill! Lol jk... or am I?
miss mong
05 January 2014 @ 10:07 am

miss mong
02 January 2012 @ 07:59 pm
let's try this again.

1/02 | THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO - it was awesome. inspired me to keep track again just to tell you how awesome it was.
1/02 | RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES - kept me entertained
1/05 | MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 4: GHOST PROTOCOL - fine family fun! Paula Patton is a goddess.
2/04 | WUTHERING HEIGHTS - This story never worked on screen, but this was lovely.
2/06 | CHRONICLE - I can't believe this was made on a movie budget of 12 million. That's how it should be done, Hollywood.
3/16 | 21 JUMP STREET - So hilarious. So awesome. Thank you, Korean Jesus.
3/23 | THE HUNGER GAMES - I was randomly so emotional during this film. Amazing performance by Jennifer Lawrence - I ain't even mad you have too much T & A to be Katniss.
miss mong
28 December 2011 @ 07:15 pm

The contributing ELLE editor weighs in! :3

Just kidding, I have no credentials except for being born with a pair of eyes and an ambitious yearning for wasting time.Collapse )

I hope my list offered some surprises and that you enjoyed it!
miss mong
19 December 2011 @ 06:22 pm
thanks to insertcandyhere for telling me this. I'M IN ELLE MAGAZINE!
miss mong
30 August 2011 @ 03:07 am
One of my biggest fears is online classes. Why? First things I see when I log on:

This course requires an in-person orientation, so if you missed the Saturday, Aug. 27, orientation, you have one more chance: 12:30-1:50 a.m., Wednesday Aug. 31.


Test Posted

Posted on: Sunday, August 28, 2011


And sometimes, it's better to judge a book by its cover. From the discussion board:
Some of my biggest frustrations I have in writing are my perfectionist tendencies that have me striving to make it publish ready the first time I put it on paper. I intellectually know that is impossible, but a part of my mind tells me that in order for it to be good, it has to be on the first try.

Would I ever know this person was pretentious asshat in-person? No!

But I suppose one of the biggest perks is being able to attend class naked.
miss mong
I'm going back to "real" school next week and, thus, I've had to make amends and reunite with my Farouk CHI flat iron and mirror. It was an amicable breakup, but now I don't know how I ever lived without them... and I speak for everyone who was subject to my appearance in these past few years (if I were a better woman, I'd send out formal apologies, but alas...) HAIRCUTS. Long story short, I was going to get a "real" haircut to go with my journey back to "real" school in my "real" life, but I decided to get my eyebrows and face threaded instead... because my hair needs to grow a bit longer or else it'll be more herp derp than usual. Did you think I was going to learn a lesson about money management and the unimportance of vanity?


January Jones is so stylish. I don't care if her talent is questionable, she's flawless. My hair is kinda like hers right now, but without the attitude.

When it comes to natural beauty, girls can be deceptive thanks to makeup and a well-maintained haircape. A British man Natalie is not, however. I LOVE YOU NATALIE.

Rihanna can pull off any look, but Rihbrella is probably her most stylishly sound era.

Bobs have become somewhat of a caricature for the unique sophisticated snowflake girl in movies and fantasies alike, but it definitely does take a certain sophistication to pull them off. I love Gemma's undone bob back when she was new to the scene. Honestly? It set her apart from her peers.

miss mong
27 March 2011 @ 12:59 pm

First of all, LOVES IT, but this is not a review about the movie (although I personally thought it was a great cinematic experience and I didn't need to lower my expectations to enjoy it). I just want to get a few points off my chest about how exploitative of females it supposedly is.

  • Zack Snyder and teenage boys are not the only ones who fantasize about tits and ass and costumes. Speaking as a female and for myself, I do too! Oftentimes when I wander off in my head, my dreams involve me being a more ~heightened version of myself and it ain't for some man. (lol, that was embarrassing to admit.)

  • Scantily clad females are not necessarily counterproductive to the feminist movement. In the context of the film, it DOES indeed serve a purpose. Women using their beauty and sexuality--the only things society deems we were (are) good for, the only advantage [we're] allowed to have--as weapons against their oppressors? It's wonderful irony! Okay it was gratuitous too, but I am not complaining.

    But WHY IS THIS AN ISSUE? The feminist movement is about equality. Do we bitch and moan about the lack of shirts on those 300 guys? No! We want more off! DON'T HATE, APPRECIATE. What is counterproductive is always putting women under the microscope and projecting your own morals and insecurities onto them because then, women will never win.


    & spoilers in the comments!