Here are some reposts of my recent Facebook status updates:
Shirt: Ralph Lauren
Bracelets: Forever 21/ InPink
Men's belt: Thrifted
Cutoffs: old Levi's; can't remember
Today's phrase of the day: "like a pimp" - a particular way of doing things; cool or flamboyant style. As in "I taught my class prepositional phrases like a pimp!" See also "like a boss". So today tell your kids you fixed their lunch like a pimp, your boss you landed that account like a pimp and your boo that you are gonna love him down like a pimp....wait...that doesn't sound right...
Today's Phrase of the Day is "baby hair" - when a person uses grease (usually Blue Magic) or gel (the brown kind) and brushes (or uses a toothbrush) to lay down the fine hair along their hairline usually to try and create the illusion of waves. *Sigh* I just saw this recently. On a person who is not a baby. See photo of Michael Jackson as an example. (Sorry Mike.) "His baby hair was laid like cream cheese on a bagel." #BabyHairIsNotWhatsUp
Word of the day: "Talmbout" -1. a conjuction of the words talking & about 2. refering to; asking a question. As in "What yall talmbout?" There is also a song called "Hell you talmbout" which translated means "What the hell are you talking about" See how much time this saves? This has been your word of the day, make sure you use the word "talmbout" at some point during your day today. #EachOneTeachOne
Phrase of the day: "Real talk" - A phrase or sentence someone says that is so true it deserves to have "real talk" at the end of it. In contrast to fake talk, real talk is usually straight and not deceiving. When used in a sentence it goes something like "Fantasia was wrong for the catsuit that she wore on the American Idol finale, real talk." See also "on the strength", "keeping it 100" and "swear to God" #PublicService
I believe in education even during summer break *takes a bow.* Have an awesome day!