|Rouge Test at 17.5 months|
|@DoucheBag said, |
A bank! I mean what the f**k? Yes, this is what it looks like to be broke. Haha, no they don't take bank bags full of buttons! ''Hey, I'm financially set for life as long as I die next Tuesday, you reflective son of a bitch!''
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Years ago my grandmother used to come in from a night out and the first thing she would do is check how she looked in the mirror. Or I guess how she looked all those previous hours. I mean she was a great woman and everything, but sure by that stage there was no real point on fixing a stray hair. But nonetheless she did it and surprisingly not once was she presented with a 'There's Something about Mary' scenario.
|'Please leave the hotel room as you would like to find it'|
Merle began first on tackling that unnecessary partition wall
Maybe some people just got one too many ''Kick Me's'' posted on their back and you know, they have to check themselves every so often.
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And then there's the addition of the 'Black mirrors'. Those omnipresent gadgets that allow you to view yourself on a continual basis; the screens of gadgets, TVs, mobile phones, computers through which we interact with the world. But that's for another days ramblings.
Jacques Lacan's Mirror Stage (1936) was described as a founding act that lead to the formation of the ego and the perception of the Subject. The baby's discovery of self is an intellectual act that involves the translation of an image into an idea - the idea of 'Me' or 'Self', or is it 'Selfie'?
Either way, it seems that in present times the "méconnaissance'' of the subject is truly no longer a concern.
~ Samuel Butler