Cosmopolitan [AU] (June 2015)
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Cosmopolitan, Australian Edition, June 2015
something.” And if you can say something in the heat of the moment, all the better. “A lot of offices have the ‘unfunny joker’,” notes Broderick. “Someone who thinks it’s hilarious to talk about women’s body parts or to make sexually suggestive jokes – and “A former boss gawking at women, commenting on their body parts and how he’d… do things to them.” – 34-year-old woman in retail WORDS BY MICHELLE RUIZ. ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY LAUREN SAMS “Wait, was I just harassed?” then backtrack and say
anxietynausea-sadness hangover by keeping up with their relationship through social media, which only worked to prolong my obsession. This went on more or less until I met my current boyfriend, who loves me for who I really am… and, uh, who would be more than a little bit disturbed to find my ex’s girlfriend’s Insta account on my computer’s search history. So I finally let it all go. I stopped checking up on her social media pages, even when it seemed like an itch I desperately had to scratch.
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not writing a bloody list of my perfect man. ZO: I’m not asking you to become a living, breathing Instagram quote, but I do think there’s something to be said for a bit of positivity and open-mindedness. ALLY: Oh, I’m always positive until I actually meet the guy I’ve been set up with, and he is a complete social dyslexic. Everyone’s like, “Online dating is the key”, but people LIE online. One guy used a photo of his brother as his profile picture, and didn’t understand why I found that
how to shrink ’em 1 Bioré Charcoal Pore Minimizer, $10.99. VACUUM YOUR SKIN Oversized pores and excess oil go hand in hand. When sebum gets trapped in your skin’s pores, it can cause inflammation that then physically expands the pore, says dermatologist Adam Geyer. A very easy way to suck out all that oil is to use a charcoal face wash. Charcoal’s renowned for its ability to bind itself to grime and extract it from your pores, says Geyer. In fact, charcoal can apparently bind up to 800 times