Hello! Thanks so much for stopping by today! As usual, I have a few little things that I am wondering about this week. These are my totally random thoughts (wonderings) and I share them in hopes that someone will tell me they wonder about the same thing. C’mon, please tell me that some of you have these totally random things cross your mind with seemingly no reason at all. Anyway, let’s not waste another minute, but get right to it.
Car-uh-mel or care-a mel? Which is the correct way to say it? And for that matter, what about carmul? How can one little word and have that many different interpretations for how to pronounce it? I consider myself an educated woman and I do have a couple of brain cells left. So, why does this word make me feel self-conscious to say it? #notreally How do you say it?
Are you a fan of this product? I’ve heard mixed opinions. One school of thought is that it is a must to apply lip liner prior to lipstick to help keep the lipstick from bleeding. I have also heard that it helps the lipstick to last a bit longer. On the other hand, I have heard that it is a harsh line that ends up making your lips look strange and drawn on. In addition, I’ve heard that it is not longer a good look to be wearing it. So where do you fall on this one? I’m sure we can all agree that the dark line around the lips with little to no color ON the lips is weird. But outside of that, what do you think? Do you use it every day as a part of your makeup routine?
Is double dipping really that big a deal? Don’t misunderstand. I do find it completely inappropriate and gross to double dip at a party or among a table full of people. However, what if it’s just your spouse or kids and no one is sick? Do you go by “party rules” at home? Really, if you bite a tortilla chip and then dip it back into the salsa, will people freak out? Is it weird if I don’t find it to be that big a deal? I mean really, if we all live together it seems like we have bigger fish to fry than worrying about someone double dipping.
Are you in or out on this? Do you think that men who regularly get mani/pedis are metro-sexuals? Are they less manly? Or, do you feel like, “Hallelujah!” I am completely on board with Mr. LouiseMarie getting a mani/pedi from time to time. Nicely trimmed nails are a good thing. However, I’m not sure how I would feel if he WANTED to get them regularly. Also, I think there is something truly creepy about a guy with shiny nails. #justsayin I don’t think I have anything to worry about on that front because when I suggest it to him, he seldom wants to join me. Is it too girly for men or are all things equal in the pursuit of beauty? Where do you stand on this issue?
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