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No. 110612[Reply]

/g/ is for all things girly, bathroom talk for advice, lifestyle, fashion, cosmetics, makeup, periodtalk. Anything you would ask and talk about with your female friends.

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Do not post porn, talking about porn or sexual preferences is fine though.
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No. 72269[Reply]

General discussion for everything fashion:Styles,Brands,favorite influences, favorite icons etc.

Post outfit coordination for critique and advice. :)

Posting one I came up with for starters, not sure what to call my personal style.
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No. 113622

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>>113617
Slim running shoes as everyday wear makes you look like a horse girl, imo. Something chunkier is better I think. Look at Veja, Vince, GGDB if you're willing to spend that much, and other fashion sneakers that are more chunky. I'm sure they carry cute ones on Nordstrom

No. 113645

>>113617
As a fashion item? Because, despite being named as such, it doesn't look like a real running shoe

No. 113661

Hey girls, I want to find a summer hat for myself. I am from Europe(Slovakia) and i would love to get something with flowers. Any good stores where i can find?

No. 113665

>>113661
Does Zalando deliver to SK? Otherwise I'd suggest Accessorize, fast fashion stores

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>>113661
Asos have lots of nice ones. Shipping to Slovakia is free if you spend over €30, otherwise it's €4. I think a floppy straw hat like pic related would look cute with a daisy chain on it!

https://www.asos.com/asos-design/asos-design-straw-crochet-short-brim-floppy-hat-with-size-adjuster/prd/10890097?clr=natural&SearchQuery=&cid=6449&gridcolumn=4&gridrow=12&gridsize=4&pge=1&pgesize=72&totalstyles=112



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No. 113303[Reply]

ITT:Just brag about your boyfriend or husband and what he does for you
mine does the cooking,cleans the bathroom,does the yard-work,works out so he's fit,cares for his sick grandmother and loves me unconditionally even when I'm not as fit as I used to be
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No. 113445

>>113443
Ah woops you’re right heh. I meant I’m a taller girl in general.

No. 113480

He brought me home a burger as I was getting ready to go out and buy a burger. How did he know??

No. 113494

>tries to pay for my cat's food/litter/vet bills/toys when they need them
>rubs my legs/feet/back without being asked
>hugs me from behind, kisses my shoulder and takes over the chore I'm doing without being asked
>listens to me vent and rant about friends/work issues and assumes the best friend role to vent and bitch with me
>understands my struggle with alcohol and food and gives me encouragement and love
>spends ages in bed with me making me finish 3-4 times before he does
>tries new things with me (sexual or otherwise) with enthusiasm
>if I mention something I like casually he'll research it when I'm gone so he can talk to me about it when I get back
>tells everyone about me and brags about the things I do even if they're mediocre
>tells me I'm beautiful/smart/amazing rather than "ur hot" all the time
>calls me sunshine, darling, my love, rather than by my name or just baby
>drops everything to make sure I'm okay when sick/stressed/hurt/sad even if he's driving

and to top it all off

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>>113494
I'm not really impressed with physical affection stuff but this is fantastic
>if I mention something I like casually he'll research it when I'm gone so he can talk to me about it when I get back

No. 113671

I've been almost seven years with my boyfriend and I still think he's the best thing that has happened to me.

> takes care of his looks (goes to the gym, buys nice clothes for himself)

> smells divine even when sweating
> is funny and still tries to make me laugh all the time
> intelligent and likes to challenge me, great at speaking about feelings and thoughts
> still takes care to remember anniversaries and having semi-regular date nights and buys me flowers and chocolate every once in a while
> is a sub in bedroom, let's me have my way without being a dead fish
> has supported me through bipolar disorder, doing extra chores when I've been too depressed to do my part, buying me surprises to lift my mood, even gone to therapy with me when I first started going there to show support
> has promised me that I can be a stay-at-home mom when we get a child and that I can stay home even after that to pursue my dream of becoming an author, which he knows won't be easy (honestly though I think I will just work part-time if possible, I don't want to strain our relationship with money issues)

Our relationship has always been very steady and loving, we've had only one fight in all these years. I love him so freaking much, he is my best friend.



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No. 113646[Reply]

What are they like?
Do you like your significant other's friends, or do you hate them?
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No. 113651

my bf has this one friend who i cannot stand. he’s a cheater, serial womanizer, misogynistic and does way too much coke. he’s been friends with this guy for years and says that he hasn’t always been this way. my bf tells me that he disagrees with the way he behaves and shit he says and he does tell him this. he’s offered to cut him off for me but i don’t want him to do that bc i’m not controlling and trust him not be influenced by this dude and their friend group would be fragmented if that happened. his other friends are lovely and i like them! they all have a relatively decent head on their shoulders. it’s just the one guy (who admittedly he does only hang out with once or twice a year) that i don’t like. is this a problem?

No. 113656

>>113651
I mean if they barely hang out and he would cut him off for you even though it would break the friend group then I wouldn't say it's a problem. It's just weird that all of them are nice people but they keep this guy around, but I guess it's hard to let go of people when they used to be different.
You shouldn't worry about it, I don't know how old you both are but adults don't get influenced as much, especially if they already have a group of good friends.

No. 113662

>>113650
>you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with
Based. Even if you're not like them per se, the fact that you maintain a relationship with someone of questionable character says a lot about you.

>>113651
If they barely hang there is really no issue, I'd probably leave it alone. However, I don't respect people that keep friends around long after they've become different people with the excuse "he wasn't like this" bc that makes no sense. That conveys either a lack of critical thought towards certain things, or some FOMO type shit where they cling to the potential of their friend changing into a better person someday. Either way shaky stuff and a waste of time imo. You don't have to dramatically burn bridges or whatever but it's totally okay to let go of people that are no longer a good match for you.

No. 113667

>>113662
i agree, kinda. i find it very easy to cut off people i see who have changed for the worse and he’s not particularly clingy so i find it hard to understand why he keeps this guy as a friend (they don’t talk all that often either). i think his main fear is that particular friend group fragmenting and not getting to hang out easily together. my boyfriends pretty drastically different to his guy and i think i trust his judgement enough on this one maybe.

No. 113670

>>113646
I like them, but after reading through this thread I think I have a pretty unique situation.

My fiancé does not have a lot of friends our age. He has always been somewhat of a loner and does not like conventional things other people our age do. He has a group of friends from childhood and we all hangout once or twice a month. They are at different points in their lives (some are dropouts, others are still in college, some have started their careers) so they've drifted apart somewhat but it's nice everyone still makes an effort to get together. Only two of them have longterm girlfriends but they always include us when they get together.

Other than that, my fiancé has older work colleagues we sometimes do things with on the weekends with their families.

One thing I really appreciate about my fiancé is that he has always made an effort to include me in social outings with friends and colleagues at his own behest. He's a good fellow.



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No. 83805[Reply]

How strongly do you feel about cheating? Would you dump a partner immediately if they did it once, regardless of how in love you were with them? Would you forgive it to a point? Would you sweep it under the rug even if it was a regular occurrence? How much blame do you place on the person they cheated with (assuming they knew they were taken)?

Have you ever cheated or been cheated on? Have you ever been with a taken person? Share your experience.
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No. 113420

>>113418
I don't really see how one can be considered trash if they were straightforward that monogamy can't be expect from them.

No. 113421

>>113413
>men are pretty easy to manipulate

Forgot to reply to this. Think it goes for either gender tbh. There are girls who fall for the same thing with guys who have several side gfs that don't know each other and kinda tugs all of them along. The ones that put out and let guys walk all over them are probably the ones that are in return getting non-receptive flirts and are unware that the guy is taken. It was this realization that made me stop because I felt "what if someone did this to me" and felt terrible. These guys are really just looking for love, most of them aren't SEX HUNGRY (even if they'd drop their pants at the blink of an eye if I bent over for them) but they were genuinely looking for something serious with me and I was deceiving them on a deep level by playing my games.

No. 113423

>>113419
>Why didn't you tell them you were in a relationship?

quite literally for the exact same reasons you mentioned. losing out on the "thrill of the chase", the power trip of keeping them hooked. most guys don't actually appeal to "bro code" if they're into you enough but i didn't want to scare off the ones that did. it was also kind of a sociopathic time of my life where i kind of enjoyed keeping secrets from all parties so in my mind it made as much sense to tell the guys i was flirting with that i was single as it did to hide that i was talking to other guys from my boyfriend. there have been a couple that knew i was taken and still pursued though, i think that's just a representation of how little respect they actually have for other mens' situations/feelings. once you're in that territory it's more about you both getting off on the taboo of the whole thing imo.

>>113421
>It was this realization that made me stop because I felt "what if someone did this to me" and felt terrible.

same, honestly. i had what i'll call an emotional growth spurt a few years ago and finally came to terms with what a huge scumbag i was being. my emotional cheating saga has made me incredibly suspicious of all boyfriends i've had though funnily enough. only because i know how easy it is to hide.

No. 113449

I haven't emotionally cheated on years but honestly reading this thread is starting to make me itch for that validation again even though we're all in agreement that it's a not a cool thing, I feel like some weird triggered junkie kek. I'm >>113387 so it's just as well that I cut off any people that could feed that, maybe this is a sign that I need to take on a new career challenge or something.

No. 113669

>>113421
>even if they'd drop their pants at the blink of an eye if I bent over for them

Hmmmm…. are you 100% sure of this?



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No. 107593[Reply]

Previous: >>86886

Post men who are unconventionally attractive, gross, unattractive, average, ugly,creepy/weird, or shameful for their reputation.
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>>113641
I don't really think "I'm ashamed". He really seems to have had a messed up childhood and has spiraled a bit in the last few months. But he seems like a nice person. He was in my country a few months back and a friend of mine met him. She said he was very kind, not too much of a prima donna like many in his profession who have reached his level of fame. She works for the National theater as a sort of talent manager so she often interacts with ballet dancers, opera singers, actors and such. She was really impressed by him, usually she is annoyed and horrified by popular people in those arts.
I guess I posted him here instead of the "attractive thread" because when my friend told me about him I said I thought he is beautiful and she said: "He has a strange kind of beauty, not for everyone, but he was very kind and considerate while working with us"

No. 113655

>>113640
same, on ap bio he looks good. except he seems skinny as fuck, is that just me? his face looks so thin

No. 113657

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This braindead guy from the 'this isn't a beach, it's a bath tub' meme. I pretend he's stoned, and get a bit turned on.

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Yelawolf. Probably not the most shameful one in this thread but still, I'm ashamed over this. Especially shameful since I'm your typical, always presentable college girl, still something about this tattooed rapper gets me going.

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>>113657
Fun fact, he later started doing gay porn and allegedly got HIV and then became a born again Christian pastor and crossfit gym owner. He now has a wife and kid.

https://www.instagram.com/joshuabroome7/?hl=en
https://twitter.com/joshuabroome7



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No. 103439[Reply]

Old thread seems to have reached it's limit.

>Post hair related advice, tips, questions etc.
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No. 113430

>>113415
hi, fellow budgeting student here with wavy/curly hair (2b/c)! after a lot of trial and error, maui moisture's curl quench shampoo + conditioner have become my holy grail. they make my hair sooo soft and bouncy and never weigh it down.

i will say i occasionally suffer from dry/itchy scalp problems and then i use nizoral ($14 for 1 bottle…yikes) or trader joe's tea tree tingle shampoo + conditioner ($3.99 each for 16oz) followed by as i am's tea tree & olive oil leave-in conditioner. if i'm not having a bad time with dandruff, i just use as i am's usual coconut oil leave-in.

maui moisture:
shampoo - https://www.ulta.com/curl-quench-coconut-oil-shampoo?productId=xlsImpprod14071274
conditioner - https://www.ulta.com/curl-quench-coconut-oil-conditioner?productId=xlsImpprod14071276
NOTE: my corner rite aid/walgreen's has larger bottles of both on sale frequently, so i'd try there before ulta if i were you

No. 113475

I have a pixie cut and now I want to grow it out. Any tips or blogs I can check on how to style it while it grows? I want it a bit past shoulder-lenght. It's kind of curly so it starts looking messy really quickly… Thanks.

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>>113415
not sure if it's technically drug store or any our price range but "it's a 10" products are miraculous. I use their hair mask weekly and their leave in treatment and my hair is so soft. i'm sure their shampoo and conditioner is great too

also here's a tip I learned today: if you have a rite aid near you sign up for a points card, they give you 25% off your entire purchase for your birthday which can be a pretty substantial discount. u can just lie about ur bday too.

No. 113484

>>113482
I used to swear by itsa10 but honestly itsaripoff due to the bottles being so tiny (I have a shit ton of hair)

No. 113664

>>113417
>>113430

tysm. i live in canada but i will look into the maui and ogx lines. i've actually used ogx years ago and remember liking it! right now i'm using up my kristin ess shampoo and conditioner which i don't mind, but it's not quite the ~one~.



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No. 113178[Reply]

Comparing ourselves to another women can cause us to "discover" flaws in our appearance that we didn't notice before or wouldn't care untill someone said it's a flaw.
I feel that if I never noticed I had large shoulders, as an example, I would not be so sad about them. And not only with the shoulders, but with a lot of details that I only find ugly because someone said so.
I'm not saying that I want to think I am perfect, but I wish I was more confident, not to think I always need to change something on me.

Is someone dealing with something similar? How to have a kind look at my appearance and not care so much about it?
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No. 113612

>>113178
Lolcow made me realize I have nasolabial folds. I also have a weak chin that makes my face look saggy because of my strong cheekbones.
But I can live with that… Nasolabial folds though…

No. 113620

>>113513

I 've shaved my pits once in 13 years (I trim obviously). I get my legs waxed when I feel like it. Keep the pubic hair neat but natural. No guy has ever complained, but plenty of women have made comments about how gross I am. Shows you who these beauty expectations are aimed at.

No. 113634

>>113612
I’ve been under the impression that everyone has them to some degree and that it’s fine and no one really cares. Have I been wrong my whole life.

Lolcow, what is the truth.

No. 113636

>>113620
Why would a man complain to your face, especially about your pubic hair? He's expecting to fuck you. He will complain on the internet, anonymously, where he won't fuck up his chances of getting laid. Or maybe you got lucky and met male unicorns. Those beauty expectations are absolutely enforced by and for men, it's no surprise if women internalize and perpetuate it. Women aren't in charge of the porn/modeling/film/etc industries where we see the most 'idealized' women on display. Your personal experience doesn't change that.

No. 113663

>>113636
oh honey…



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No. 72052[Reply]

Not trying to force any muh tradwomyn stuff onto anybody, but does anyone else genuinely enjoy home care/cleaning, etc? We can also discuss interior design!

I'm not a mom yet, but I've been going to this lady's site for a few years now because I enjoy her cleaning recipes: https://wellnessmama.com/?s=cleaning

The recipe section leaves much to be desired, but her makeup recipes also aren't too bad. Not even gonna venture making that foundation though.

I'm very fond of those dryer satchels that can be made by sewing some fresh lavender into the pouch. Its a nice alternative to dryer sheets. I also have experimented cleaning with a concoction of apple cider vinegar and tea tree oil. I've found that lemon juice/oil does cut through grease and lavender oil is potent enough to kill staph. Plus, its a great antibacterial and its even used in hospitals to this day. I began to use natural cleaners after I had a bad reaction to bleach fumes.

Also, do you prefer incense or candles?
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No. 113528

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Where my /hinchfags/ at?

Daily reminder that Lavender Zoflora is the most slept on fragrance.
>That soothing herbal garden smell when the lavender wears off
>Tfw can't find this stuff anywhere IRL

No. 113561

>>113528
Hinchfag here! Are you a UK anon? Pretty sure I saw this in Savers. If not you could try Home Bargains, or maybe Poundland?

No. 113571

>>113561
I've tried those places plus B&M.

Bought the last two pots of it in Savers two weeks ago, haven't seen any since in the two towns local to me.

Have you tried many stardrops products, anon?

No. 113574

I guess it’s more of a vent. I love organizing and tidying but I hate cleaning… Like regular dusting, wiping, mopping is fine but looking at stains and grouts and hair makes me so fucking queasy let alone touching it. I can’t do dishes either. I wish I had a man that will do all this stuff for me while I fluff pillows and arrange books by colors.

No. 113660

>>113571
I haven't tbh, I'm a diehard Astonish buyer. I love their range, it's so effective. Especially love the Lemon cream cleaner, brings my sink and hob up so shiny!



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No. 112464[Reply]

post conventionally attractive males you want to have sex with and have no shame admitting
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No. 113462

>>113461
yeah i guess i hadn't thought about there only being this and an ashamed to fuck thread. i have some unconventional tastes mixed in with >>113427 but i'll keep the weird ones to myself for the sake of this thread lol

No. 113466

>>113461
What 'conventionally attractive' even means, I have a lot of people I want to post here but then again; I have weird taste so I don't know if I can

No. 113623

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>>112892
Really… just delete "Men you're ashamed to fuck" and make a "Unconventional Men" thread. People can talk about their shame in the posts.

No. 113652

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linus wordemann is so hot, i wish all male gingers would look like this. it's not fair

No. 113654

>>113623
The previous threads were "Men you want to fuck/you fap to" and not "post cute twinks only or I'll reee about your "awful" taste"



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