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    pretend
  • make-believe: the enactment of a pretense; "it was just pretend"
  • Engage in a game or fantasy that involves supposing something that is not the case to be so
  • Give the appearance of feeling or possessing (an emotion or quality); simulate
  • Speak and act so as to make it appear that something is the case when in fact it is not
  • feign: make believe with the intent to deceive; "He feigned that he was ill"; "He shammed a headache"
  • make-believe: imagined as in a play; "the make-believe world of theater"; "play money"; "dangling their legs in the water to catch pretend fish"
    makeup
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance
  • an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
    kids
  • Deceive or fool (someone)
  • (kid) be silly or tease one another; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around"
  • Deceive (someone) in a playful or teasing way
  • (kid) child: a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngster"
  • (kid) pull the leg of: tell false information to for fun; "Are you pulling my leg?"
kids pretend makeup - All Natural
All Natural Sparkle Fairy Play Makeup Kit
All Natural Sparkle Fairy Play Makeup Kit
Girls love makeup. It's a fun way to play. But traditional cosmetics and face paints contain synthetic dyes, fragrances, and ingredients that can irritate a child's delicate skin. That's why we created Luna Star, a mom-made collection of colorful mineral powders, natural lip shimmer, and water-based, peel-off nail color that offers a safe, gentle, healthy alternative for our daughters - and yours. The Sparkle Fairy has a magical palette of full-sized Fairy Dust eyeshadow, Emerald Green eyeshadow, Cheeky blush, and Pink Bubble Gum lip shimmer. Apply powders with an applicator or powder puff (both included). To remove, wash with soap and water. Store in a cool, dry place. For external use only.

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13 Things
13 Things
1) I was part of a set of triplets but my siblings died in the womb. Sometimes I wonder what my life would be like had they survived. 2) My mom gave birth to me when she was 38 years old. It makes wonder if I was an “accident”. Accident or not, I’m glad I wasn’t born mentally retarded or horribly mutated, as is so often the case with births involving older mothers. Although being a mutant could be cool. Given the right circumstances... 3) I lived in Germany for six years, yet for some reason the only phrases I ever picked up were “Ich muss gehen.” (I have to pee) and “Du bist ein Scheisskopf”. (You are a sh*thead.) My limited understanding of the German language is somewhat embarrassing, especially when you consider that I am half German. 4) My brother is a technological genius. He has the ability to fix any computer problem with his mind powers alone. Without him my parents would be hopeless.. He is ten years older than I am, so, psychologically speaking, we are only children. I know him as "that old dude who used to live at my parents’ place". 5) When I was seven years old my parents took me to the movie theater for the first time. We watched a movie in which the main character had a flashback to his childhood. With eyes glued to the silver screen, I wracked my little seven-year-old brain trying to figure out how the film makers could possibly go back in time and film the man when he was just a kid. Everything I’d learned up until that point proved that time travel was impossible, so there must have been some other kind of explanation. Suddenly it hit me: the kid wasn’t the same person as the man. It was just some child actor pretending to be him. The man in the movie wasn’t really “him” either, he was just some actor. The whole story was one big lie. I left the theater with mixed feelings. The film makers had purposefully tricked me into believing something that wasn’t true. I suddenly realized that every movie I’d ever seen up until that point had had me fooled. Movie watching was never the same for me. 6) I was considered “extremely gifted” as a child. When I was in second grade I was taken out of class once a week to have IQ tests performed on me. For one of my tests I was given a set of 10 pictures that told a story and I had to put them in order while being timed. When I was finished my instructor looked at me in shock. “You finished that even faster than I could!” she exclaimed. That was the first time I realized that even adults could be incredibly slow. Another one of my favorite tests involved numerical memorization. My instructor would say, “I’m going to tell you a series of numbers and when I am finished I want you to repeat the numbers. 7, 3, 9, 0, 2, 8, 5, 1...". She would pause for thirty seconds, then she would ask me to repeat the numbers. “Very good,” she’d say, “Now I want you to say the numbers again, only this time I want you to say them backwards.” For every series I repeated correctly I was given a new series, and each series would be longer than the last. If I was feeling particularly clever I would try and say the actual numbers themselves backwards. For instance, a “two” would become an “owt”, and a “seven” would become a “neves”. At that point the instructor would usually grin and tell me I was being a “silly girl” but she got the point that I was getting bored and would move on to another test. 7) When I was in seventh grade I was obsessed with biology, so naturally I was thrilled when I found out we’d be dissecting frogs and learning about their inner workings. In fact, I was so enthusiastic that I “borrowed” a surgical knife from the school laboratory and used it to dissect one of my pet guinea pigs. I put all of its body organs into separate plastic ziplock bags, labeled each one, and took them to school with me the next day. When my mom found out she was so horrified that she couldn’t look me in the eye for a week. 8) I’d been a straight A student up until 6th grade. Then, for whatever reason, I lost my motivation and my grades did a complete nosedive. I went from straight A’s to straight C’s, with the occasional “D” and “F”. Surprisingly, no one even bothered to ask me what was wrong. When I was thirteen I was so depressed that tried to kill myself by drinking an entire bottle of Listerine mouthwash. It didn't work - obviously - but I did have minty fresh breath for several days. ;( 9) I had an eating disorder during my senior year in high school. I would challenge myself by seeing how many weeks I could go without eating. Every day I would skip lunch and do jumping jacks in a bathroom stall until the bell rang and I could go back to class. Eventually it got to the point where I had to quit what I was doing because it was literally killing me. When I finally stopped starving myself I decided to go vegan so I could still have some control over my diet. I haven't eaten any meat, cheese, milk, eggs, or other animal products for over two years, and I o
Mall-Goth Anatomy
Mall-Goth Anatomy
Another of the 90's famous fads where kids who watched the crow or saw interview with the vampire and thought it would be so cool to be like that! These semi-gothic mallcore kids are shown in everything they don on this anatomy chart. Hot Topic has a different meaning to goths than it does to rivetheads, punks, rebels or metalheads... They think it's too instant when anyone getting into the scene should make their own gothic clothing instead of cheating by going to Hot Topic for it! They listen to a various assortment of pop-gothic and gothic metal bands like the famous Evanescence, Lacuna Coil, Within Temptation, Type O Negative, The 69 Eyes, Anathema, Moonspell and The Cure. Regular society couldn't make out the difference between a goth, a witch, a satanic worshipper and a kid pretending to be a vampire, most figure they are all the same. Apart from the Psuedo Goths (posers) who listen to Marilyn Manson, Cradle of Filth, Dimmu Borgir, Theatre Des Vampires, Kittie, Slipknot and Korn and dress all in black with over-exaggerated makeup or the preppy goths who wear a black version of their preppy clothing to mimic the Twilight Glampires and listen to HIM, Fiona Apple, Tori Amos and My Chemical Romance... These goths are only expected to know the history of the term goth, the culture and the history of the music.

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