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Post by MyLifeAddictionEdward » Sat Jan 12, 2008 3:08 pm

i really dont read magazines at all.....but every so often i'll read AP magazine.
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Post by virginiax7 » Sat Jan 12, 2008 7:10 pm

ashFLASH wrote: MAGAZINE I MISS:
Ellegirl. RIP. Why did they ever have to go online??? Ellegirl was just really cool, and offbeat.
I loved Ellegirl. I saved the last issue just because it's fun to look at.

I'm a Vogue and Nylon junkie...even if I'm totally broke I find money to buy those two. Nylon always has the best music and Vogue is just....Vogue. It's not like I can buy any of the clothes, but thats ok.
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Post by bananas_4_edward » Sat Jan 12, 2008 8:59 pm

I love Teen Vogue and People. Seventeen is okay too.
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Post by ashFLASH » Sat Jan 12, 2008 9:04 pm

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ashFLASH wrote:MAGAZINE I MISS:
Ellegirl. RIP. Why did they ever have to go online??? Ellegirl was just really cool, and offbeat.
aw, i know, i loved ellegirl. it had a twist of teenvogue and.. well it's own personal style.

oh and n.e.e.t magazine is a gorgeous urban/indie online mag. the clothing has super nice vintage pieces x]

the latest issue of teenvogue looks good. for me i find the style's and clothes look the same after a while but the spring fashion: i want it all lol :lol:
layered skirts and dresses and the bright colors are brilliant.

plus the article of 'wannarexia' is so true. i see so many xanga blogs, "keep strong!" and this crap about "i only had this much today and i'll be starving for the next two days".
load of bull. it's the easy way out for getting thin because you don't want to take the time to go out the gym and listen to what they say of eating healthy.
so far i know 5 people who are on this 'so called diet'. they look awful half the time with the makeup covering up their paleness and dark circles under their eyes. in gym one of my friends collapsed 'cause she hadn't eat anything in the last two days.

aur, im a size 2 and some people are always like "how are that thin! do you eat lunch or breakfast?" half the time i roll my eyes and "no, i go on walks for 20 minutes each day and i eat a lot really. just not a lot of chips and greasy food"
it's very frustrating. 7 years ago a size 8 was perfectly normal. now it's "size 0 please! and i want to weigh 85 pounds." at the age of 15.
:roll: please. you look like a stick about to break in half. even the health issues... gosh it's almost as un healthy for an overweight person.

haha, sorry for the rant. im glad teenvogue token notice of it; it's a big problem in today's culture.
I love this month's issue. They finally put more models on the cover. Karli and Chanel are gorgeous, and Ali's reminds me of Brooke Sheilds.

The Sixteen Candles feature bothered me. The whole 'Super Sweet Sixteen' thing is getting really old, although her party looked really cool, and non-divasish.

I know what you mean about the wannarexia. My school's 60% reg., 20% bulemic, 15% anorexic, and 5% wannarexic, I'd say. I bring a small lunch to school, but only 'cause I don't have enough time in the morning to pack a full one, and I hate buying caf. food, and people think I'm anorexic. I'm like 'because I don't stuff my face at school and am a size two, you're going to assume I'm pathetic enough to starve myself?' I don't think people understand that it's possible to be skinny without starving yourself. It's either your naturally that way, or eat healthy and exercise. And I hate it when people rip on girls who are smaller than a size 6, saying they have an eating disorder. It's so judgemental. And annoying. That's like saying every fat person stuffs there face with brownies, which is definitely not true.

I bet next month's health feature will totally be about teenage pregnancy, though.

Oh, and in this month's issue, the bedroom featured was really cute. I want to copy it.

virginax7, I saved the last issue 'cause ADAM BRODY was on it :D :D :D ! No complaints there :wink:

In the new Vogue, Kate Hudson's son totally looks like a girl. Kate should read this, and go get poor Ryder a haircut.
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Post by neonsx » Sat Jan 12, 2008 10:47 pm

im always jelous of the bedroom issues. there always so pretty and original. love the posters and white walls with the funky colors -- and her outfit :) i want the a line skirt haha x]
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Post by ReelClumsyDancer » Sun Jan 13, 2008 12:03 am

plus the article of 'wannarexia' is so true. i see so many xanga blogs, "keep strong!" and this crap about "i only had this much today and i'll be starving for the next two days".
load of bull. it's the easy way out for getting thin because you don't want to take the time to go out the gym and listen to what they say of eating healthy.
so far i know 5 people who are on this 'so called diet'. they look awful half the time with the makeup covering up their paleness and dark circles under their eyes. in gym one of my friends collapsed 'cause she hadn't eat anything in the last two days.
I also read that article. It really is so sad how girls feel so much pressure to be stick thin these days. I know I've felt it, and I sometimes still wonder "why" I was put in the body that Im in. Then again, when I look anyone, the girls that always look healthiest seem to be the ones that actually have curves (even if the body type is more boyish than curvy). I think it's the same with a lot of people to be honest.

Part of it stems from celebrities being so stick thin and "perfect" seeming. I wonder if sometimes when I say "Im fat", what I'm really thinking is "I'm not as thin as they are".

I also agree with being toned and eating healthy as the best way to be. Honestly, if you work out semi-regularly and eat well, you should be fine! I had a friend and a relative that were anorexic during their lives. It is a rather scary process to watch, people close to you being on the verge of death in some cases and not realizing it. :(

Sorry...a bit off-topic...but I felt I had to say something on it.
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Post by Sandy » Sun Jan 13, 2008 11:00 am

I haven't read many magazines, just some Shojo Beat and whatnot. Maybe I should subscribe to Shonen Jump for my birthday present...
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Post by ashFLASH » Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:55 pm

neonsx wrote:im always jelous of the bedroom issues. there always so pretty and original. love the posters and white walls with the funky colors -- and her outfit :) i want the a line skirt haha x]
Me too. I love her Madewell top. And she gets points for being a Bowie fan.

My favourite room was a few months ago, it was a girl in her sister, and they had this gorgeous view of the City, high ceilings. I think it was the August issue, with LC and Whitney (vomit) on the cover.
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Post by The Weasel » Sat Feb 23, 2008 6:42 am

I mostly read Fortean Times and Law Enforcement magazines.

Though I secretly admit to having a sick addiction to magazines that depress me like Seventeen, Cosmo, etc. I'm also prone to reading gossip columns.

I used to get a ton of magazines in the mail like National Geographic, Smithsonian, Time, People, Cosmo, etc. but I don't anymore.

Oh, and I love Rachel Ray's cooking magazine. A lot of her recipes are accidentally gluten-free so I can make them and eat them!
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Post by zerolover34 » Sat Feb 23, 2008 11:01 am

i read dramatics its a acting magizene


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