Everything Felice has been posting recently reminds me of myself when I was 13. Not a compliment, she’s 24. I remember when I thought that advertising the fact that I smoked and drank was ~kool~ and took four million webcam photos just to feel validated. I feel sad for her.
VIP&GOSSIP 2. 2 of 9.
So I just spotted this post on a suspiciously ego-stroking blog dedicated to “Felice’s” fan art.
After this post including a submission stating:
This is from Alex Soybel’s Facebook page. Findac has done multiple mural paintings with her face. Felice is really delusional to think Findac randomly did a mural just based off of her when Findac clearly states it’s “inspired” by her picture. The face is definitely Alex’s. You don’t have to post this. It just shows Felice is so narcissistic…
Just bringing this all back around
Warning: Felice’s thinspo selfies are photoshopped. This is not a realistic body image.
Archival post - includes up to date screencaps also
Felice claims to be anti-thinspo?
Then what’s the need to delete many of the straining, thinspo-posed webcam snaps?
I appreciate underweight girls have no requirement to “hide”, however the accentuated spine photo to the bottom left is not a standard pose in the slightest… what’s with the thinspo-esque photos on her blog today, if she’s so against thinspo?
I try my best to stay out of the whole Felice drama after being attacked by anons last time I stated my opinion, but this just irked me. Can someone please whip out the screenshots of Felice stating her opinion on Taylor Momsen and so many other people? Be it celebrities or not? I mean… really, Felice? She’s always given her opinion on others and bashed them while doing so. Or how about the time she said the girl would married disfigured? Or even her own opinions on Mila? The list goes on.
Re-post triggering/upsetting content from WeHeartIt onto the #freelice or #felice-fawn taggs, and I will report your Tumblr and WeHeartIt accounts.
Freelice brings out the shadiest people from both sides of the debate, imo.
Just to clear it up,
The following things are not scamming, illegal and/or awful business practices:
1. Buying items and selling them for a higher price. Pretty much every retail chain in the known universe does this. I’ve done stock ordering for a big company and we had a retail markup that was anywhere between 60% and 250%.
2. Buying wholesale or bulk lots of jewellery-making supplies and selling the finished product for a steep markup.
3. Selling shirts with basic, public domain designs or symbols on them.
4. Charging more for postage and handling than the true cost of postage. Postage and handling can also include the cost of envelopes, packaging materials, and even the time/gas/train fare to get to the post office.
5. Not revealing the wholesaler/supplier you get your items from. Seriously, if this was mandatory, retail as a whole would die.
In any of these situations it’s completely on the buyer to decide whether they agree with the prices. People are free to pay whatever they please, and sellers are free to charge whatever they please.
Note that there are some exceptions to point one, namely items like event tickets where the terms and conditions include the condition that you’re not to sell the ticket for a higher amount than the original cost.
The following things are scamming, illegal and/or awful business practices:
1.Not delivering the items. Whether you didn’t send it, it got lost in the post or retained at customs, the postman got eaten by a grizzly bear a block away from their house - doesn’t matter. Once you have the seller’s money it’s one hundred percent your problem.
2. Not adhering to the outlined trade standards in the city, state, country, borough, whatever that you’re based in; also the terms and conditions of the website or hosting provider which you use to get your shop online.
3. Misrepresenting an item. This means an item listing in which the item is advertised to look, act, or work differently than it actually does - as well as a lot of other things regarding the brand, size, condition, design, material, et cetera. All of your item listings need to be strictly “what you see is what you get”.
4. Not communicating with your customers in a manner than enables peaceful resolution of issues. You don’t have to be their pen-pal, just reply to their emails concisely, professionally and friendly…-y.
5. Using copyrighted designs or images for profit, without the express written permission of the copyright holder.
If a store you’re looking at has a proven history of perpetrating any of these, please take your money elsewhere. You’re also well within your right to report them to any and all appropriate support teams if you’re a victim.
Thinsperation people: For all her photoshopping, Lauren isn’t the ultimate thinspo goddess you make her out to be. Either way, find a new person to idolize (who, hopefully, isn’t emaciated).
Lauren is hideous on the inside and average-looking on the outside.
Stop tagging Emily Crocker and Mila mortice in the Fawn tag if it’s nothing relevant.
It’s more of annoyance when you go on the Fawn tag and you see pictures of Crocker or Mortice with nothing to it or relating to Fawnie.
Translation: Wahh I don’t want to see Fawn wanna-bes, I’m trying to obsess over Fawn here!
I… I am very confused. Is a truthblog taking the piss out of another truth blog on the basis that they are a truth blog?