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In an effort to launch something in a very short timeframe, after three months of coding in off hours for stints of a few minutes at a time, I used a framework to get *something* out. This is not code I would use for a client. Ever.
In fact, if you could see my face right now, you'd realize this is a little more than painful.
But, as sometimes has to happen with personal projects, the non-paying personal site takes a backseat to quality and gets dressed in handmedown code. Thanks to VMcore for the free ride here.
Keep the dress. You can always make it work and at least it’s not boring black. Rock it, girl. You know you can.
Have you noticed that part of the pattern looks like a large Fisher-Price people head? The King? Most of them are right-side-up (belly, left thigh, left knee) but the one on your left breast is printed at an upside-down party angle. Is that the tequila tank side? We won’t get into the sunglasses-wearing cows I see just over the heads of the FP Kings…
In college, I had friends with an abstract painting of zebras. If you could find all the zebras, they’d let you go home after a party. If you keep that dress, it would make a fine sobriety test.
Ditch the dress. It is beyond FUGLY it is vomitous!
Dear Mrs Flinger, Your dress is SO RADLY AWESOME you should keep it for sure and wear it all the time. Mostly? Because you are SO CUTE with your little matching headband. Also. I know you’re all “MEH” and everything but all the same when I see your blog updates in my feed it’s the first one I check. Love ‘em. Love you. Love the dress. P.S. I also like the sobriety test idea.
Dang, yo. You’re smoking. Even in that HORRID, AWFUL dress. I’d totally still kiss you.
As long as you don’t wear Grandma’s matching lampshade, rug, and pillow shams….
well, I don’t know. The jury is still out.
If you feel like a hot mama in it then keep it.
I have to see it in real life to say for sure, but I think you look good in it!
I’m not a fan of the dress. The colors don’t bring out your skins tone. Take it back.
Hmmm. Not my favorite, I won’t lie. Although with the right shoes…
Only one question to ask yourself…
Do you feel cute in it?
If so, keep it. Dresses are meant to make us feel girly and pretty. If it doesn’t, take it back.
I think the shape of the dress is VERY nice on you. The pattern, well… it looks fine from here, but if you don’t like it, don’t wear it. Something about it must be unflattering in YOUR eyes, know what I mean?
I think you look FUN and light and carefree!
I think it’s cute! Other commenters be damned! But maybe it’s the headband…
You can make it work if you LOOK like you like it.
Suebob, I always say that’s true of hats, for sure. Feeling confident in a hat? You can pull it off.
This dress? I’m not sure even a good deodorant and pushup bra would bring enough confidence. Of course, a tummy tuck might.. hrm…
YOU look fabulous. But that dress is FUG!
Okay, I love you allll daaaayyy looong, but take that dress back.
Here’s why: the pattern is too big and busy (Yes, I learned from the school of What Not To Wear, and I love me some Clinton Kelly) and the result is that it attracts attention AWAY from your BEAUTIFUL FACE. I’m serious. You don’t want to do that.
It also does this weird poke-out thing in the front that is raping your shape. You are not a sideways triangle, damnit!
Omg, have I gone one ENOUGH now!?
Basically: You: BEAUTIFUL Dress: EWWWWness.
The dress is nice, but it’s too old for you.
I have that dress in blue.
I’m kind of ambivalent about the dress. But you look so ridiculously happy in it that I think if I had a dress like that, I might not need Xanax anymore.
Where did you get it?
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