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Embrace the Tennis Bracelet

Hi Poutlings!

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You don’t have to be Serena Williams in order to rock a tennis bracelet. However, there is something you can learn from her. Even when dressed in her sport wear she makes sure to add a piece of glamour to ensemble with her signature tennis bracelet. This serves well to remind us that although she is sporty and athletic, she is still a lady with elegant taste. With the popularity of diamond tennis bracelets increasing, so have the choices.

classic tennis bracelet

Whenever you hear the word “classic” you immediately think simple and sophisticated, and that is an accurate depiction of a classic four prong tennis bracelet. With a slender row of beautiful diamonds sitting along your wrist, this bracelet is perfect for anyone who likes a mixture of dazzling and delicate. Along with its undeniable beauty, this piece of jewellery is also lightweight and flexible making it the right choice for “soccer mom” or CEO.

designer tennis bracelet

A designer piece is for the one who wants to make a bold statement. The one who thinks that simple is just a little too simple. Designer tennis bracelets have an added charm with their elaborate craftsmanship, taking tennis bracelets to a new level with designs like wavy, twirl, or S-shaped links, to name a few. Like Serena has shown, a tennis bracelet can be worn on and off the court; and with a wide variety of styles to choose from you can make it your own just as she did.

And – DID YOU KNOW: Tennis bracelets were once called eternity bracelets? Quite a beautiful sentiment isn’t it? Why not pair up your eternity bracelet with a diamond eternity ring? This ring is excellent for celebrating a wedding, anniversary, or just your love. With an option of a single or double row diamonds, you can decide just how extravagant you want it. So go ahead, make someone’s day and set their heart on fire!

x missfitz

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Daniel Radcliffe for “Out” Magazine

Hiyaa Poutlings ❤

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As one of the most famous British rising stars of the 2000’s, Daniel Radcliffe has appeared on the cover of OUT magazine March 2013 where he talked about his past and future roles. We all know him from his leading role in the Harry Potter series, a brilliant epic that is not only for kids. Meanwhile, Daniel confessed that he is moving on from the role of being an epic hero.dan2

“I’ve always said that it’s a long process, and in a way it may be a lifelong one. It’s about proving to people that I’m in this for the long haul, and that I wasn’t just looking to get as famous as I could for as long as I could and ride that out. I love almost every aspect of this industry and I want to be in it, and if I could drop dead on a film set at 80, that’s how I’d want to go.”

dan4He also talks about his recent works, in the Kill Your Darlings, where he played a young Allen Ginsberg. A story is based on a long hidden murder case that brought Ginsberg, Kack Kerouac, and William Burroughs together at Columbia University. As seen by the movie director, Krokidas – the movie evolves about the single case that transforms the people’s lives. For Krokidas, the glowing reviews bursting with theories which circle around Radcliffe’s sexual orientation, and his ability to act beyond the Wizard movie are “a validation of his instinc to pick Radcliffe over the usual list of matinee boys.” Here is what the actor has to say himself about playing Ginzberg.

“You never see a gay actor getting asked what it’s like to play straight — to my knowledge, at least, there is no difference in how heterosexual and homosexual people fall in love.”

Apart from that Daniel also starred as the Russian satrist Mikhail Bulgakov in a British TV miniseries, A Young Doctor’s Notebook, which portrays him as a mature independent artist.

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WHY VALENTINE’S DAY IS NO EXCUSE TO BE BITTER

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Hiya Poutlings

I had an interesting conversation with one of my recently-single friends last night and we got talking about Valentines Day! She was obviously very bitter about it, but then I think/hope I put some of it into perspective for her. Now, this “holiday” has been thrown way out of perspective. It’s a silly holiday, you don’t need to give into the external pressures of it and you also do not need to be super grumpy about it either.

Case in point: I am in a happy relationship – we don’t really do the Valentines day thing that the media portrays, I would much rather have LOVE expressed every day or on any other day, yes, a silly little chocolate/real (not plastic) flower or something never goes a miss even on Valentines day, however, huge elaborate gifts on Valentines day can be OTT. Even, me, in my relationship have received at least 5 emails daily to tell me to send flowers, send my loved one for a massage, silly stupid gifts ideas, etc. I REALLY DO NOT NEED TO SEND MY BOYFRIEND FLOWERS… but thank you for trying to market that to me.

Valentine’s Day, really should be no different than any other day! Really… In my opinion……however it should never be used for the following:

1. To throw a pity party – YOU may be single and bitter, or coupled and bitter, or divorced and bitter. You have have good reason to be terribly, terribly bitter about love. I am not taking that away from you. But Valentine’s Day does not give you carte blanche to feel sorry for yourself. You do not get to sulk. Or be mean to your co-worker because they got a flower delivery. Or be a general pitiful piece of shit all day because you are not getting any flowers.

2. To contact your ex – I urge you NOT to contact any form of your exes on Valentine’s Day. Due to the external pressure I mentioned earlier, it’s heavy pressure. I’m not saying you should never contact your ex, but if you really want to, sleep on it for a whole week and contact them on 21st of February, when all the chocolate is on sale.

3. To go on an emotional bender – You might be feeling lonely, or reflecting on why you do not have romantic love in your life, or possibly even mourning a love that was lost. That is perfectly fine and normal. Do not let it get you down a rabbit hole of catastrophic thinking. You start with IT WOULD OF BEEN REALLY NICE TO GET FLOWERS and before you know it you’re at WHO’S GOING TO BE THERE FOR ME HOLDING MY HAND WHEN I DIE? Come on, now. No need to spiral out of control, indulging in feeling lonely on Valentine’s Day never really leads anywhere productive. Instead, challenge yourself to think more productive thoughts like WHAT ARE SOME THINGS I CAN DO TO BE MORE OPEN TO LOVE IN MY LIFE THIS YEAR? or LET ME REMIND MYSELF WHY THE EX AND I DIDN’T WORK OUT.

4. To test the person you are dating – Valentine’s Day is not a test to see how much the person you’re dating cares about you. There is no report at the end of the night. If there’s something you want to do celebrate, don’t wait for someone else to plan it. The people we date aren’t waiting around all year to make our magical Valentine’s Day fantasies happen.

5. To DEMAND an expensive gift – If the person you’re dating has the funds to buy you an opulent gift, like any of the gifts Sandylashxx mentioned in her last post, and happens to do so from the bottom of his/her heart, then consider yourself EXTREMELY lucky. If the person you are dating does not have the funds to buy you a mini pony wiht a diamond collar, so what? It doesn’t mean they love you any less. Don’t be that person who makes the holiday about all material gain. And please, dear God, don’t use Valentine’s Day as an excuse to push for an engagement ring, unless the time really is right for you two.

6. To internet stalk – Getting on Facebook/Twitter/Google and looking at pictures of your ex(es) and his or her new love is always a bad idea in my opinion… but if this is an activity that you’re not ready to give up, fine. Just abstain for 24 hours.

7. to sign up to an online dating site – PLEASE by all means, feel free to sign up for online dating. But do not do it the week of Valentine’s day. No need to get desperate, looking for a date, any date come February 11th.

Moral of the story: we all need to learn that being alone is NOT  bad thing. It’s a thing that everyone needs to learn to do at one point or another in life. If that doesn’t motivate you, remember that there is no lonlier feeling than spending Valentine’s Day with someone you don’t care for.

*missfitz

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Guest Contribution : 3 Pearl Gifts for Loved Ones in 2013

  The thought of choosing a gift that will be loved for a lifetime can be as much of a pleasure as receiving the gift itself. Pearls are, without doubt, amongst the most luxurious, elegant and enviable forms of jewellery and if there is a loved one that you would enjoy indulging in 2013, there are plenty of beautiful pearl gifts to do just that.

When buying pearl gifts, it can be important to do a little research and try to find out the sort of style and look that might suit your intended recipient but, such is the timeless charm and appeal of pearls, it is difficult to go wrong and most women will love your choice whether you opt for Tahitian, South Sea, Freshwater or Akoya pearl jewellery.

However, to give you the best chance of success, let’s look at some great ideas for pearl gifts in 2013:

Multi-Coloured Freshwater Pearl Bracelet

Pearl 1For the lovers of the finer things in life, the delicate colours of this breathtakingly stylish multi-coloured Freshwater pearl bracelet are easy to fall in love with. Fabulous to wear with many outfits, this freshwater pearl bracelet is a perfect pearl gift for 2013. And with Valentine’s Day being just a few weeks away in February, the natural colours of these pink pearls might hit just the right note.

White Drop Freshwater Pearl Earrings

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Pearl earrings are one of the classic pieces of jewellery, adaptable for almost any occasion, and they make a perfect gift for a loved one. If you are looking for a pair of white pearl earrings with a different design style to the pearl stud earring, you’ll be on the right track with these spectacularly elegant white drop Freshwater pearl earrings.

Akoya Pearl and Diamond Yellow Gold Ring

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For luxury pearl gifts a little out of the ordinary, the eye-catching beauty of pearl rings is as popular as ever. Fashionable rings with feature gemstones are also going to be one of the must-have fashion accessories of 2013. There can be few pieces of jewellery that are as sophisticated and beautiful as a pearl and any woman who receives one of these spectacular rings in 2013 will cherish it for a lifetime.

Images have been used with permission of Winterson.

This is a guest post courtesy of Leo Parker, you may contact the writer at leo.parker123@gmail.com

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WTF : LOVE JOULE – Tokyo’s First Female Masturbation Bar

Hiya Poutlings

The reasons to visit Japan just keep on getting more and more interesting. You can go to a naked robot burlesque restaurant or to LOVE JOULE,  a “love and sex bar dedicated to women“. It’s described as a place women “can opelnly discuss masturbation“.

Behind the bar, instead of liquor bottles, are rows and rows of vibrators, lube and other “female friendly” toys.

The bar is part of a trend  going on in Japan to do away with the taboo surrounding female masturbation, sex toys and female sexuality in general. Alright everyone, brace yourselves because I’m going to tell you some Earth shattering news: some women masturbate. Can you believe it?? Rumour has it some even burp and pass gas too but researchers still lack conclusive evidence!!  To ensure that it’s a safe place for women, men aren’t allowed in the bar unless permitted by a female partner.

Since its opening, LOVE JOULE has also become popular with women working in the sex and porn industry, who come to unwind and speak openly about their trade.

This sounds crazy, but I suppose if its going to happen anywhere in the world it would have to be in Japan… and well, I’m glad freedom of speech and thought is encouraged. There is a lot more harmful things they could be doing and in the same thought they are not harming anyone or themselves… so GOOD FOR THEM… but I think I’ll pass however if I had to choose, I’d rather have a robot burlesque.

What about you??

And if you think I’ve had too much crazy juice, feel free to visit LOVE JOULE official Facebook Page.

**missfitz

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