But unlike death and the universe’s size, picking a life partner is fully in your control, so it’s critical to make yourself entirely clear on how big a deal the decision really is and to thoroughly analyze the most important factors in making it. I’m pretty sure no one over 80 reads Wait But Why, so no matter who you are, that’s a of time—and almost the entirety of the rest of your one existence.
(Sure, people get divorced, but you don’t think you will.
is surely a genre of image-making where the idea and the fascination of beauty represent an inevitable element and the core of its aesthetics.
Often, a fashion photograph goes beyond its initial scope to promote a certain fashion product and becomes .
On April 21, 2011, Sports Seoul broke the story (later confirmed by numerous media outlets) that she and Korean pop/rock icon Seo Taiji had been secretly married since 1997, before splitting in 2006.
News leaked after two hearings had been held at the Seoul Family Court (court papers used Seo and Lee's birth names - Jeong Hyeon-cheol and Kim Sang-eun, respectively) since Lee filed a ₩5.5 billion lawsuit against Seo for alimony and division of assets.
A recent study shows that 86% of young people assume their current or future marriage will be forever, and I doubt older people feel much differently.
Such is the work of Marco Glaviano, an acclaimed Italian photographer whose rich career and a distinct style have made him one of the leading photographers in fashion industry. Working mostly in black and white, Marco Glaviano has produced some of the most beautiful images there are.
However, she keeps a big secret to her family — that she is an avid otaku and a fan of adult-rated games, especially those involving brother-sister dynamics. Kyousuke's discovery of this secret led Kirino to introduce him into the world of an otaku, and eventually, allowed him to reestablish his role as an older brother to her. Her back-length hair forms two fringes that curl towards her face and has two fringes that point outwards, with two long locks hanging loose on each side of her face.
She prefers to let her hair untied, but uses two hair clips to secure the fringes of hair on her forehead. Her original hair color before she dyed it was dark brown, a shade similar to Manami's.
In late 2009, she joined the seven-part "Telecinema" series, which brought together Korean stars and directors, and Japanese writers.
Each "telecinema" was released in movie theaters and also aired on television on SBS.