An American got denied boarding once for a purse with a similar design concept. “But they let me board at the other airport…”
Plus, a ton of filters and apps. I know very average looking people (or even below average) who turn into supermodels when they post their pics on social media.
The new trend of “portrait settings” in smartphone apps removes clarity and contrast from people faces in order to hide any skin detail -__-’ in young girls the effect can be mild, but I know some 40+ yo women who DAILY share their pics on FB/ig and I always wonder:“HOW CAN U SHARE THIS??? THAT’S NOT YOU, FFS”.
Technological equivalent of a wonderbra
No more creepy than plastic surgery, and much cheaper.
Is that hot down south?
I’m never sure how much that’s a function of the sound mix, my aging, or cheap audio equipment. The subtitles were originally turned on mainly to help my wife out, but now I find them essential too.
You’re not alone. This is a common complaint about Netflix.
I first noticed the issue with BBC shows, especially Doctor Who, around ten years ago - but it seems to be spreading as a problem for me. Hell, I’m even having it with the Ken Burns Vietnam War documentary that I’m slowly going through. “Uh oh, can’t hear - I’ll turn it up. OH CRAP MUSIC IF I CAN’T FIND THE REMOTE I’D BETTER DUCK AND COVER!!!”
Is it similar to what HBO had with the Battle of Winterfell episode this season? Production teams assuming everyone has far higher quality equipment than they actually have?
Now I completely get the implication of “cauldron” etc, however , may I be so bold as to point out that there appears to be more than the "last " pig inside the house ? @fredsmith and myself will worry about this for years to come .
It’s a Kool-Aid Guy reference.
Oh , then I apologize for not knowing what this Kool aid is .
But why are there so many pigs left ?
Always been three pigs.