Hentai – Korsan Izle http://korsanizle.com/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 10:16:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://korsanizle.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1.png Hentai – Korsan Izle http://korsanizle.com/ 32 32 Rosalía started running in New York at Radio City Music Hall (night 1 photos, video, setlist) https://korsanizle.com/rosalia-started-running-in-new-york-at-radio-city-music-hall-night-1-photos-video-setlist/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 19:16:17 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/rosalia-started-running-in-new-york-at-radio-city-music-hall-night-1-photos-video-setlist/ There was a steady, steady hand as Rosalía balanced the fun, celebratory vibes of her catalog with her more stripped-down solo material. After telling the audience “I love Washington Heights” and calling New York “one of the greatest cities in the world,” she rolled up the sleeves of her sleek black-and-white biker jacket, strapped on […]]]>

There was a steady, steady hand as Rosalía balanced the fun, celebratory vibes of her catalog with her more stripped-down solo material. After telling the audience “I love Washington Heights” and calling New York “one of the greatest cities in the world,” she rolled up the sleeves of her sleek black-and-white biker jacket, strapped on a guitar and strutted around. is directed to his 2020 acoustic single, “Dolerme”. The rippling number gave way to earth-shattering choreography in a medley of songs from MOTOMAMI and 2018’s El Mal Querer, followed by one of the most epic shows of the night on the title track from his latest album, in which his motopapis formed a motorcycle with their bodies which Rosalía then rode and continued to play.

With most songs pushing in at just three minutes, the set never lingered too long on a setup. The motopapis broke out of their formation and lifted the singer in a Christ-like pose onto a platform to deliver the gripping emotional ballad, “G3 N15.” Within a minute, she was circling the stage for Tokischa’s colorful collab “Linda,” or leaping into the crowd and getting hugs from fans for her Bad Bunny feature “LA NOCHE DE ANOCHE,” and in the next, she was stoic in a barber chair, cutting her own braid during “DIABLO.” The show found a bit of sanctuary in the “so, so good” hook to “HENTAI,” in which the white backdrop opened up to a light hill slowly fading into the sunset. [Consequence]

Rosalia is in the middle of the North American leg of her massive world tour, and on Sunday night (9/18) she played the first of two sold-out nights at Radio City Music Hall. These were her first dates in New York since her 2019 sub-games at Webster Hall, and she and her troupe of dancers effortlessly filled the big stage, playing a set that cut through the many highlights of her fantastic album. of 2022. Motomami, as well as some older songs. The feverish crowd latched onto her every word, and at one point she came down from the stage and up an aisle, singing and taking selfies with people.

See photos from Sunday night’s show by P squaredas well as the setlist and some videos taken by fans, below.

Rosalía does it again at Radio City tonight (09/19)and she has another show in New York after that this week, in Central Park on Saturday (9/24) as part of the Global Citizen Festival.

SETLIST: ROSALÍA @ RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL, 09/18/2022 (Going through)
SAOKO
CANDY
BIZCOCHITO
THE FAMA
Dolerme
DE AQUÍ NO SALES / BULERÍAS
MOTOMAMI
G3 N15
Linda
THE NOCHE D’ANOCHE
DIABLO
HENTAI
PIENSO EN TU MIRA
Perdonname
flat
Abcdefg
THE VERSACE JUMPSUIT
Relationship
TKN
Yo x ti, you x mi
DESPECHA
AISLAMIENTO
Blinding Lights (Remix)
CHIRI
COMO A G
ILL
GRANDEZA’S DELIARY
In height
TERIYAKI CHICKEN
SAKURA
CUUUUuuuuuute

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Megan Thee Stallion and 9 other celebrities alongside surprisingly nerdy https://korsanizle.com/megan-thee-stallion-and-9-other-celebrities-alongside-surprisingly-nerdy/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 11:30:00 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/megan-thee-stallion-and-9-other-celebrities-alongside-surprisingly-nerdy/ The last episode of She-Hulk caused a stir as famed musician Megan Thee Stallion danced alongside Jennifer Walters in a lighthearted post-credits scene. Although the reactions were polarized to say the least, there’s no doubt that Megan agreed to the cameo due to a genuine interest in “nerdy” stuff. With all things geeky being accepted […]]]>

The last episode of She-Hulk caused a stir as famed musician Megan Thee Stallion danced alongside Jennifer Walters in a lighthearted post-credits scene. Although the reactions were polarized to say the least, there’s no doubt that Megan agreed to the cameo due to a genuine interest in “nerdy” stuff.


With all things geeky being accepted into the mainstream now, even celebrities have become a lot more open about their interests. After all, being a Hollywood celebrity or a famous athlete doesn’t stop them from having corny interests. Still, that doesn’t make it any less surprising to fans.

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Although Megan is making the rounds of the meme circuit because of it She-Hulk Cameo, her nerdy side has actually shown up multiple times on her Instagram. In particular, she is a big fan of shounen anime. my hero academiaand even starred as Todoroki in a photoshoot for PAPER magazine.

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This relationship with fans is far from one-sided. One of Kohei Horikoshi’s assistants, Yoshinori, is a big fan of the musician. So much so, in fact, that they even used Megan as a reference for Pro Hero Miruko’s designs, as seen in this series of tweets.

9 Israel Adesanya

Israel Adesanya is one of the most dangerous MMA fighters in the world. With an intimidating 6″4, 185 pounds and a win-loss record of 23-1-0, Adesanya is not a man to be played around with. And yet, one of his inspirations for becoming World’s Strongest came from the most unexpected of sources: anime.

Some of Israel Adesanya’s intimidating tattoos, when looked at closely, depict symbols of naruto and The last air Masteras he explained to WIRED. Adesanya has always been open about his love for cartoons and comics. His favorite character, unsurprisingly, is Rock Lee, the Taijutsu master of naruto. Nothing says dedication to a character than applying their philosophy of strength to real life.

8 Samuel L. Jackson

Samuel L. Jackson is one of the greatest actors of all time, and with all those movie roles he continues to play, as well as his penchant for vulgar criminals, he wouldn’t have much time for anything else. thing. However, he revealed to WIRED that he’s a fan of video games, comics, anime and “hentai”, quite hilarious.

His hobbies are not just on the side too. He has lent his voice to legitimate animated productions such as Afro samurai and Astro Boy in the old days. He even campaigned to be cast as Mace Windu and is so far the only person to convince George Lucas to have his own custom colored lightsaber for the role.

seven Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson could be an icon for book nerds in the late 2000s thanks to his much-maligned role as Edward Cullen in the Dusk saga, but that’s not what he wants to be remembered for at all. His interests lie more in graphic novels and JRPGs. For starters, he loves Final Fantasy VII and its remake, which he spoke about in an interview with the French show Click X during the press for The Batman.

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His nerdness is jokingly pushed by The Batman co-star Zoë Kravitz during these interviews. On a more serious note, his love for graphic novels had a huge influence on how Pattinson plays Batman in the new film. Instead of bringing up the usual suspects for Bruce’s characterization such as B: CAS Where The killer jokeit evokes the relatively obscure Batman: Shaman.

6 Jamie Lee Curtis

Jamie Lee Curtis is an established actress and arguably one of horror’s most iconic Scream Queens. Throughout her long career, she has also remained surprisingly absent from drama. It’s probably because she spends most of her free time playing video games with her family. She is a notorious big fan of street fighter franchise and even visited EVO dressed as Vega.

She also shared her nerdy interests with her family. She supports her children’s corny hobbies such as Warhammer 40k and World of Warcraftshowing his love on Twitter. His greatest claim to nerd fame was performing his own daughter’s wedding in its entirety World of Warcraft cosplay (by GameRant). No matter how old or famous someone is, their interests are theirs, and Curtis accepts that.

5 Joe Manganiello

Joe Manganiello has the looks and charisma of a leading man, so most people would assume his hobbies are more “typical” for a Hollywood celebrity. It turns out that the opposite is true. Manganiello likes to spend his time on cheesy hobbies like tabletop RPGs.

In reality, Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernuscanonizes his evil Paladin Tiamat Arkhan The Cruel in-game, and he can even be called upon for help (per D&D Beyond). He makes regular appearances on J&D series such as CelebriD&D with this character, and apparently his wife is very supportive despite her confusion.

4 Michael B. Jordan

Michael B. Jordan first enjoyed film success with roles of ordinary athletes such as Steve Montgomery in the Chronicle as well as Adonis Creed in Creed. With this kind of resume, it’s easy to make assumptions about an actor’s possible real-life hobbies, but that’s an outdated way of thinking. In fact, Michael B. Jordan is a huge anime fan, as he discussed with HIGH SOBRIETY in 2019.

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Long before he was Wallace’s Thread, Michael B. Jordan watched tons of shounen and mecha anime. These interests subtly filtered into his MCU portrayal of Killmonger. It’s made pretty blatant in an episode of What if?. There, his character directly states that the mecha designs he offers Stark are inspired by the anime (via Youtube).

3 Kanye West

There’s no doubt that Kanye West’s creative talents are heavily influenced by his hobbies. In particular, West has always been a big fan of anime, especially the 1987 classic. Akira. Kanye isn’t shy about sharing his love for this particular film, and it shows in his work.

His music video, Stronger, is inspired by the stunning visuals of the film. He even went so far as to visit the art exhibit to Akira and meet the creator, Katsuhiro Otomo, in person (via Reddit). Yet the most revealing (and hilarious) moment of his Akira love was when he watched a random top 10 anime list on YouTube and vehemently disagreed on his Twitter (per cartoon brew).

2 Henry Cavill

Henry Cavill is yet another leading man with a charming, nerdy side, and to an extent that actually affects his career. Cavill is a well-known player and campaigned to be cast as Geralt in the witcher Netflix series. He once broadcast live building his new gaming rig on instagramand was hilariously dubbed the “face of PC Master Race” thanks to his picks.

Famously, he once missed the audition for his role as Superman because he was in the middle of a World of Warcraft raid (by game informant). It’s an incredible level of dedication to raids to let Zack Snyder of all people go to voicemail. Still, fans are happy he got the role anyway, but probably not as happy as he was.

1 Robin Williams

Robin Williams remains one of the most influential comedians of all time, and his acting skills will never be forgotten. His range was amazing and proved to the world that no matter what they thought he was, they were probably wrong. Between his dramatic roles and his hilarious stand-up comedy, however, he spent his time playing video games and watching cartoons.

He was in love with Nintendo’s gallery of classics and, as most people know, named his daughter Zelda because of his love for the franchise, even appearing in an official advertisement for it. He also had a great love for classic 90s anime, as he explained in a Reddit WADA. In particular, he is a self-proclaimed fan of the iconic Neon Genesis Evangelionwhich probably explains the oddly specific appearance of the series in One hour photo.

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10 Marvel Comics Covers That Haven’t Aged Badly https://korsanizle.com/10-marvel-comics-covers-that-havent-aged-badly/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 00:01:24 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/10-marvel-comics-covers-that-havent-aged-badly/ Marvel Comics has published tens of thousands of issues since its inception as Timely Comics in 1939. Some of these comics feature iconic covers, while others’ covers were forgettable. Then there are the covers that people remember, but for the wrong reasons. With artwork dating back to the 1930s, it’s no surprise that some covers […]]]>

Marvel Comics has published tens of thousands of issues since its inception as Timely Comics in 1939. Some of these comics feature iconic covers, while others’ covers were forgettable. Then there are the covers that people remember, but for the wrong reasons. With artwork dating back to the 1930s, it’s no surprise that some covers have aged poorly. More surprising is how many covers from past decades have joined their regrettable ranks.


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Throughout its history, Marvel has tried to be progressive. The company made headlines with its decisions to tackle issues such as alcoholism and domestic violence long before comic books regularly dealt with current issues. Marvel titles also feature characters of different genders, ethnicities, and abilities, including some of comics’ earliest LGBTQ+ heroes. Despite its track record, however, Marvel hasn’t always got it right.

ten Captain America Comics #13 (1941) features wartime propaganda

Captain America came to a head in 1939 when his first Simon & Kirby cover featured Cap punching Hitler in the face. The cover carried a lot of message for the character, given her role as the pinnacle of American patriotism. Interestingly, Cap was a premature anti-fascist, entering World War II months before his country.

After the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1942, it was no surprise that Cap turned to the new American enemy in Captain America Comics #13. Unfortunately, Al Avison, who graced the cover of this issue, treated the Japanese people on this cover very differently from the Germans, relying on racial caricatures and giving them inhuman features like long fangs in an effort to dehumanize the America’s adversaries in the war.

9 She-Hulk didn’t want to be naked in She-Hulk #40

She-Hulk is arguably one of Earth’s strongest characters in Marvel Comics. This strength is nowhere to be seen, however, in his rendition on the cover of Sensational She-Hulk #40 drawn by series writer-artist John Byrne.

Here, She-Hulk cowers and tries to stretch her Comics Code Authority title seal of approval to cover her naked body. She’s clearly uncomfortable with her nudity, and the “Because you demanded it” caption further implies a lack of consent on her part. Byrne’s hand coming from behind the scenes, handing him the props and telling him to stop stalling only makes this cover even scarier.

8 Alf #48 (1991) Assaults a Marine Mammal

Most Marvel fans have probably forgotten that the company once released a comic book series based on the 1980s TV show. ALF. Marvel may be hoping that fans’ collective amnesia will remain intact if this cover is any indication of its content.

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The cover for ALF #48, drawn by Dave Manak and Michael Gallagher, makes a pun involving the “security seal” on new products by showing ALF holding a seal (the animal). The seal is in obvious distress and it’s easy to wonder if something unpleasant is going on here.

seven Patsy Walker #105 (1963) Loves Fur

It was another time when “His First Fur Coat” could be the premise of an entire comic book issue, as it was in Patsy Walker #105. Patsy’s affection for animal-based outerwear hasn’t aged well over time, as attitudes towards fur have changed drastically over the years.

Although artist Al Hartley had no way of knowing that fur would fall into disuse, his condescending attitude towards teenage girls has arguably aged even worse than fur, proclaiming that “the most exciting day in the life of a a teenager” is the day they get their first fur. Patsy herself says she’d rather die than take off her new coat.

6 Heroes For Hire #13 (2006) goes hentai

Heroes in peril are common on comic book covers. This cover for Heroes for Hire #13, however, takes this concept to a new level. Elektra, The Black Cat, and Colleen Wing are bound on this cover, barely covered by their costumes, while dripping, shimmering tentacles float near their chests.

The cover, created by artist Sana Takeda of Freak Fame, was released in 2006. Its overt sexualization and reference to hentai comics, however, aged it badly in a relatively short time.

5 Invincible Iron Man #1 Variant (2016) Made Its Embarrassing Child Heroine Adult

Variant covers have allowed many artists to bring their character visions to a wide audience. However, some are more successful than others. When Marvel released a variant cover for Invincible Iron Man #1 featuring Riri Williams, drawn by J. Scott Campbell, it caused an immediate backlash.

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The cover depicts 15-year-old Ironheart as an inappropriately sexualized adult in an alluring pose. In response, Marvel pulled the issue off the shelves, and Campbell drew a new, more age-appropriate take on the hero for the next issue.

4 Marville #6 (2003) Replaces pin-ups with heroes

Marville was widely hailed by critics as one of the worst comic book series of all time. The juvenile series was launched as a satire of superhero books during a Marvel marketing promotion and involved a convoluted time travel plot. The series has also used incredibly sexualized images of women on many of its covers.

The cover of Marville #6, created by Greg Horn, depicts a nearly naked Mary Jane Watson swinging on a rope made from Spider-Man’s webbing, looking unusually vacant. On the bright side, the sexually charged imagery failed to attract readers and the series was canceled after only 7 issues.

3 Fantastic Four #375 (1993) is 90s comics in a nutshell

Many comic book covers age poorly due to changing social values. Some, however, simply reflect an aesthetic that has fallen out of favor. This cover for The Fantastic Four #375, drawn by Paul Ryan, reflects (literally!) a lot of comic book trends in the early 90s.

For a time during the 90s, comic book store shelves were filled with covers that used foil or holograms to make them look valuable and collectible. This issue adds huge shoulder pads, random military jackets, and absurdly big guns that were also all the rage at the time. The result is an incredibly dated relic of its time.

2 Amazing Spider-Man #601 (2009) Sexualized Mary Jane’s Sadness

Mary Jane Watson has a tough role to play as Peter Parker’s loving partner. Readers can certainly understand the trepidation she feels when Spider-Man sets out to fight crime.

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The cover for amazing spider man #601 by J. Scott Campbell reflects MJ’s concern, but many people took issue with the sexualized portrayal of the anxious woman. Mary Jane’s position on the sofa is twisted and unnatural, probably to emphasize the curve of her hip and breasts, which are pushed forward by her arms.

1 Young Allies #8 (1943) features all the stereotypes

The Young allies the 1940s comics followed the adventures of some of Marvel’s sidekicks, including Bucky Barnes and Human Torch pal Toro. The young protagonists have often been confronted with dangerous situations, and Young allies #8 is no exception. However, the number of elements of the cover that have aged incredibly badly since its publication is exceptional.

The cover, drawn by Alex Schomburg, features offensive stereotypes of Japanese people common in propaganda at the time. This cover, however, goes one step further by depicting a black hero in an incredibly offensive style. Both interpretations dehumanized the people they represented in ways that, thankfully, are no longer welcome.

NEXT: 10 Comic Book Covers That Look Nothing Like The Real Story

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Rosalía shares four new songs: listen https://korsanizle.com/rosalia-shares-four-new-songs-listen/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 04:18:45 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/rosalia-shares-four-new-songs-listen/ Rosalía shared new material on Motomami+a deluxe update to his March album Motomami. Along with a live take of “La Fama” and a remix of “Candy”, Rosalía shared four previously unreleased tracks: “Aislamiento”, “La Kilié”, “LAX” and “Chiri”. Check them out below. Rosalía has announced the arrival of her third album, the sequel to 2018’s […]]]>

Rosalía shared new material on Motomami+a deluxe update to his March album Motomami. Along with a live take of “La Fama” and a remix of “Candy”, Rosalía shared four previously unreleased tracks: “Aislamiento”, “La Kilié”, “LAX” and “Chiri”. Check them out below.

Rosalía has announced the arrival of her third album, the sequel to 2018’s El Mal Querer– last November. She shared “Saoko”, “Hentai”, “Chicken Teryaki” and her collaboration Weeknd “La Fama” in preview Motomami, and later released videos for “Candy” and “Delirio de Grandeza”. She shared another new song, “Despechá,” over the summer, which she followed up with a video a few weeks later.

The Spanish singer has embarked on a world tour since July, with a few dates remaining in the United States and a European leg which resumes in November. Later this month, she will perform at the Global Citizen Festival in New York’s Central Park, joining a project that includes Metallica, Mariah Carey, Mickey Guyton, and more.

Read Pitchfork’s “Work Hard, Play Hard: How Rosalía Makes Her Music” interview from the field.

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Kansas City Art Institute further restricts students’ right to free speech following free speech controversy https://korsanizle.com/kansas-city-art-institute-further-restricts-students-right-to-free-speech-following-free-speech-controversy/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 14:44:06 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/kansas-city-art-institute-further-restricts-students-right-to-free-speech-following-free-speech-controversy/ The Kansas City Art Institute’s new social media policy attempts to give the school the power to punish speech based on the subjective belief that it inflicts “distress on others,” whether intentional or not. (College University / Shutterstock.com) by Sabrina Conza September 7, 2022 After being criticized for expelling a student for controversial art featured […]]]>

The Kansas City Art Institute’s new social media policy attempts to give the school the power to punish speech based on the subjective belief that it inflicts “distress on others,” whether intentional or not. (College University / Shutterstock.com)

by Sabrina Conza

September 7, 2022

After being criticized for expelling a student for controversial art featured on the student’s social media account, the Kansas City Art Institute has further limited students’ free speech rights by revising its social media policy to prohibit large swaths of protected expression that might make others uncomfortable.

KCAIs previous social media policywhich was already less than ideal, prohibited “inappropriate use of electronic media” to send “…[or] annoying… messages or communications. School is a month old New policy expands the electronic media provision from one paragraph to three and now prohibits “harassment” (without defining the term) with examples of other prohibited communications, such as those that may “intentionally or unintentionally” inflict “distress others “.

This policy change comes less than two months after FIRE wrote KCAI in July when it excluded incoming student Ash Mikkelsen after receiving complaints about Ash’s pseudonymous Twitter account, which featured sexually explicit Japanese-style cartoons called hentai. To his credit, KCAI quickly reinstated Mikkelsen following criticism from FIRE. However, its attempt to further limit students’ protected expression by implementing a new restrictive social media policy does not give us much hope at FIRE that the school has learned its lesson.

As FIRE often points out, the First Amendment does not require private institutions to promise students free speech — although we strongly believe they should. However, once an institution makes these promises, as KCAI did in commit to support “free speech and open assembly”, it cannot go back and ban otherwise protected speech. (And when an institution promises “free speech,” it’s reasonable for students and faculty to interpret it in accordance with First Amendment protections.)

Here, KCAI’s new policy attempts to empower the school to punish speech based on the subjective belief that it inflicts “distress on others,” whether intentional or not. Some people may find certain speech distressing while others think it needs to be said – that’s the point of free speech. As noted Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan said in the landmark First Amendment case Cohen v. California, “one man’s vulgarity is another’s lyric.” In addition, any expression that the institute would rightly wish to prevent under the umbrella of “bullying” should qualify as peer harassment, as defined in Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education.

It appears that KCAI’s policy change seeks to create more space to punish students for their speech. If, however, this was KCAI’s attempt to to improve its policy to prevent further censorship in the future, there are much better ways to solve this problem. FIRE has a team of attorneys ready to help administrators draft and implement enhanced policies to protect students’ free speech rights, free of charge.

We are ready to help KCAI and any other school find problems with their current policies and develop new speech protection policies that best serve the students and the school. We encourage KCAI to accept this offer and review its social media policy again, this time to protect rather than hinder students’ right to freedom of expression.


FIRE defends the rights of students and faculty members — no matter their opinions — at public and private universities and colleges in the United States. If you are a student or faculty member under investigation or discipline for your speech, submit your case to FIRE today. If you are a faculty member at a public college or university, call Faculty Legal Defense Fund 24-hour hotline at 254-500-FLDF (3533).

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These are the best nail salons in Sydney https://korsanizle.com/these-are-the-best-nail-salons-in-sydney/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 23:40:00 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/these-are-the-best-nail-salons-in-sydney/ As someone who has sat on both ends of the spectrum, i.e. chewed up fingernails covered in dirt to bulbous thumb-long talons with 3D art, life seems a lot more easy (and more put together) with a cool manicure. Of course, there are times when I curse the impractical length. It’s mostly when I try […]]]>

As someone who has sat on both ends of the spectrum, i.e. chewed up fingernails covered in dirt to bulbous thumb-long talons with 3D art, life seems a lot more easy (and more put together) with a cool manicure.

Of course, there are times when I curse the impractical length. It’s mostly when I try to peel the sticker off an apple. These are the times when I think of acrylic as the equivalent of intentionally putting a dog cone around your neck. But then I wonder, “what would Cardi B do?” And get rid of it immediately. After all, is there anything that makes you feel like a hot girl more than the obnoxious tapping of your fingernails on your phone screen? There’s a reason it’s such a popular trigger in the ASMR world.

Anyway, I digress. What I’m trying to say is that nail art is a far cry from the days of drugstore French presses. On Instagram, the creativity of female nail technicians is impossible to miss, with celebrity manicurists creating followers to rival stylists and makeup artists – as they should.

These days, if you want things to be kept short and sweet, you have plenty of options. Likewise, if you want to step up your nail game – be it color, extensions, texture, volume, nail shapes – there’s no better time to visit your nail tech. Speaking of which, here are our favorite nail salons in Sydney, to help you on your nail journey.

1. Jocelyne Petroni

Where: Woollahra

Meticulous nail care is what you’ll get at Jocelyn Petroni – an official Chanel nail expert and a longtime favorite of the RUSSH crew. Petroni’s eponymous clinic aims to improve on what’s already there, and much of your appointment will focus on nail health. After all, as Jocelyn Petroni said RUSSH “A manicure is never as good as the health of the nails on which it rests”. Petroni uses Chanel Le Vernis nail polish to achieve simple yet classic and long-lasting manicures.

2. Mannequin hands

Where: Saint-Pierre

Chances are you already know Mannequin Hands. Its owner, Victoria Houllis, is a weapon when it comes to nails, and her work is always fun, experimental, and edgy. Besides being good at micro-designs, you’ll find interesting 3D styles, as well as eye-catching chrome and airbrush detailed sets. Although you have to love them from afar, Mannequin Hands is notoriously hard to get an appointment with books closed to new clients. However, reservations sometimes happen when customers cancel, so turn on story notifications to catch one. Alternatively, you can secure snaps, as well as cuticle oil and decals on his website.

3. The waterless manicure

Where: East Sydney

When RUSSH Editor Jess Blanch sends you her nail link, you listen. Based in Eastern Sydney, Tulin comes to you for perfectly private luxury nail care. She uses Hermès polishes exclusively and preps your hands with a list of top skincare names; think of Augustinus Bader, Chanel and Sisley.

4. Sets by Onyx

Where: Sydney

If you’re a fan of LA-based nail tech caroline cotten and Mei Kawajiri, nail artist in New York, then you’ll want to get into Claudia Spirou’s STAT books. Working on natural nails and also offering gel extensions, Spirou’s work is a colorful assortment of airbrushed nails, studded with jewels and gel-based texture. We can’t look away.

5. Saikou Nails

Where: Town Hall

Conveniently located a stone’s throw from Town Hall station, Yuko has over 10 years of experience creating Japanese gel designs. Her portfolio includes fruit soda jelly sets, gummy candy inspired nail art, anime riffs and hand painted miniature designs. I can’t stop watching this mermaid manicure which takes Hailey Bieber’s famous glazed donut set to new heights.

6. Bridget’s nails

Where: Haberfield

Gel queens, meet Bridget’s nails. Also touting ‘Builder In A Bottle’ options, get inspired – even, say, a nail still from Maddy in Euphoria — to Bridget and she’ll whip up your dream manicure every time. Her Instagram is a trove of hand-painted mismatched designs, from checkerboard patterns to flames, stars, cow prints, smiley faces and butterflies. Her books are currently open a month in advance, so try your luck now.

7. Zydi Nails

Where: Paddington

For those who love minimalism. Zydi Nails in Sydney’s Inner East is all about delicate nails, preferring to file only natural oval shapes. Open Wednesday through Friday, this outpost is run by Anna who regularly posts her delicate creations on Instagram. If you want by Betina Goldstein job, Zydi Nails is for you.

8. Lily the nail lady

Where: Blacktown, St Peters

Splitting her time between Blacktown and Mannequin Hands’ studio in St Peters, Lily specializes in gel, BIAB and Russian manicures. While you can be sure you’ll leave her studio with the freshest ensemble, know that Lily is unwavering in her commitment to taking care of your nails, too. The transformation photos speak for themselves and if you trust the process, it can bring even the most anxious back from the brink.

9. Miss Betty Rose

Where: Glebe

With over 2o years of experience under her belt, Miss Betty Rose has attracted a list of high profile clients including Lizzo and Nicole Kidman. If you book here, be sure to take advantage of the nail artist’s steady hand and attention to detail. We still think about her Basquiat and hentai inspired sets.

10. Nail makeup by Julie

Where: Ramsgate

Every few weeks, our Director of Content, Elyssa Kostopoulos, comes to the office with a shiny new pair of nails. Every week, we are in awe. It turns out Julie Dovolis is behind those claws — which currently look like a Hailey Bieber-esque frozen snack. This nail salon is for girls who know what they want, and what they want is clean and classic.


Once you’ve booked into one of Sydney’s best nail salons, here are some spring nail trends. Otherwise, take a look at our nail shape guide.

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Pictures:

Sets by Onyx: A & Of them

Saikou nails: Three

Mannequin hands: Four & Five

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Japanese game releases this week: Splatoon 3, Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent, more https://korsanizle.com/japanese-game-releases-this-week-splatoon-3-adventure-academia-the-fractured-continent-more/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 01:48:09 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/japanese-game-releases-this-week-splatoon-3-adventure-academia-the-fractured-continent-more/ Splaton 3 for Switch and Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC are the highlights of this week’s Japanese video game releases. Other new releases this week include Alice Gear Aegis CS: Simulator Concerto for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and Switch, Steelrise for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC, and the […]]]>

Splaton 3 for Switch and Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC are the highlights of this week’s Japanese video game releases.

Other new releases this week include Alice Gear Aegis CS: Simulator Concerto for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and Switch, Steelrise for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC, and the PlayStation 4 version of The fox is waiting for me.

Get the full list of Japanese game releases this week below. It should be noted that Gematsu will receive a small percentage of money from purchases made through Play-Asia links. You can also save five percent by using our one-time use”GEMATSU2“promo or multi-use code”GEMATSUCOM” promo code.

Physical and digital

  • Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent (PS4, To change)
  • Alice Gear Aegis CS: Simulator Concerto (PS4, To change)
  • Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero Haneda (To change)
  • The fox is waiting for me (PS4)
  • Temtem (PS5, To change) – Global launch.
  • Splaton 3 (To change) – Global launch.
  • Steelrise (PS5) – Global launch.
  • Path of the hunter (PS5) – Already available worldwide.

Digital only

  • Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent (PCS [Steam]) – Global launch.
  • Alice Gear Aegis CS: Simulator Concerto (PS5)
  • Biomutant (PS5, Xbox Series) – Launching worldwide.
  • Disney Valley of Dreams Founder’s Pack (PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC [Steam, Epic Games Store]) – Global launch.
  • fashion princess (Switch) – Launching worldwide.
  • The Hand of Glory (Switch) – Launching worldwide.
  • unti hentai (Switch) – Launching worldwide.
  • justice sucks (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC [Steam]) – Global launch.
  • magazine tycoon (PCS [Steam]) – Global launch.
  • Oh! Edo towns (PCS [Steam]) – Global launch.
  • Ramen Sensei (PCS [Steam]) – Global launch.
  • Skycadia (Switch) – Launching worldwide.
  • Space tanks (Switch) – Launching worldwide.
  • Steelrise (Xbox series, PC [Steam, Epic Games Store]) – Global launch.
  • Tomorrow’s Children: Phoenix Edition (PS4) – Launching worldwide.
  • To leave (Switch) – Launching worldwide.
  • Tower Princess (PS4, Switch, PC [Steam, Epic Games Store]) – Global launch.
  • Train Sim World 3 (PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, PC [Steam, Epic Games Store]) – Global launch.

The PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Switch titles listed above can be purchased through Japanese PlayStation Network and Nintendo accounts using prepaid cards:

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The Latest Texting Teens Are Using https://korsanizle.com/the-latest-texting-teens-are-using/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 15:30:00 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/the-latest-texting-teens-are-using/ Please note that your child may not even know what this means. If they see things or hear things more likely in videos. I don’t know about you, but for me, a mother of three tweens and a teenager, I hear a lot of things coming out of my boys’ mouths that I’ve never heard […]]]>

Please note that your child may not even know what this means. If they see things or hear things more likely in videos.

I don’t know about you, but for me, a mother of three tweens and a teenager, I hear a lot of things coming out of my boys’ mouths that I’ve never heard before. Although many of them are harmless, like “sus”, “pari” or “bussin”, there are some that do. pose a potential threat.

It is important for parents to know what some of these shortcuts mean. If you’re monitoring your teen’s online activity, you want to understand what they’re saying. As parents in 2022, we have a lot more to worry about than our parents, we no longer live in the same world and unfortunately, it is imperative that we monitor our children’s ways much more closely. Please note that your child may not even know what this means. If they see things or more likely hear things in videos, they might just use it to sound “cool”. Better be aware though.


  1. And I oop: Used after a funny mistake or an accident.
  2. Baddie: Tough, independent woman.
  3. Bands: Refers to bands around money or a wealthy person.
  4. Bet: agree to do something.
  5. Hue: As a couple
  6. Breadcrumb: Sending flirting texts without tracking.
  7. Bussin: Something is great.
  8. Cap: A lie/lie
  9. No cap: don’t lie
  10. Cheug: something that is obsolete
  11. Influence: number of followers
  12. Chasing Clout: A person who does and says things for the sole purpose of becoming more popular.
  13. Curve: Rejecting someone romantically.
  14. Handcuffs: Wanting to date someone temporarily.
  15. Do it for the gram: Do something for the sole purpose of publishing online.
  16. Drip: A person with a cool or sexy style
  17. Hundo P: To be 100% sure.
  18. Hypebeast: Someone who cares too much about popular things rather than being authentic.
  19. Keep it 100: Stay true to yourself and respect your values.
  20. Left on Read: When someone doesn’t reply to your text.
  21. Mood: A relatable feeling or experience.
  22. Periodt: Used to emphasize what you just said.
  23. Purr: Expressing approval.
  24. Receipts: Evidence that someone is lying.
  25. Sketch: A summary or disturbing situation, place or person.
  26. Skrrt: To leave quickly or get away from someone
  27. Vessel: Abbreviation for relationship.
  28. Simp: A guy who is too attentive and submissive to a girl.
  29. Sheesh: a term used to compliment someone
  30. Suh: used as a greeting.
  31. Sus: Abbreviation for suspect describing a situation, person or claim.
  32. Shawty: An attractive female.
  33. Sheee: An expression of disappointment, annoyance, or surprise.
  34. Slaps: Used when something is great.
  35. Ripped off: a person or thing that looks great.
  36. Stan: A fan too obsessed with a celebrity.
  37. Fire: Describes something amazing.
  38. Thumpin’: Someone is leaving quickly.
  39. NGL: I’m not going to lie.
  40. NMH: Nod; an expression of agreement.
  41. NSA: No condition is attached.
  42. HWU: Hey, what’s up?
  43. IYKWIM: If you know what I mean.
  44. ORLY: Really?
  45. SMH: I shake my head.
  46. TFW: That feeling when
  47. TT2T: Too tired to talk.
  48. L: Abbreviation for loose or loss.
  49. V: Abbreviation for very.
  50. W: Abbreviation for win. Their loss is our w.
  51. WYA: Where are you?
  52. JMJ: What are you doing?
  53. YK: You’re kidding.
  54. YKTS: You know the score.
  55. YKTV: You know the vibe.


Potentially Dangerous Texting Acronyms Teens Use

  1. Addy/Study Buddy: Used in place of the drug Adderall.
  2. ASL: Age/gender/location
  3. Bet: An answer indicating a deal. (You bet!)
  4. Bih: The short version of b*tch
  5. Body count: The number of people someone has slept with
  6. Green break. A term that means sharing marijuana with others.
  7. Cake: Describes a female with a nice behind (usually wide)
  8. CD9. I can’t speak, the parents are there.
  9. Chad: A hypersexual young man
  10. UC46. Date for sex.
  11. Dabbing: refers to concentrated doses of cannabis; also, a dance step
  12. Dad: an older, attractive man who conveys a sense of power and dominance
  13. DTF: Until Fucked
  14. Faded/Cooked: Used to describe being on drugs.
  15. FBOI: Fucking Boy; a guy just looking for sex
  16. Finsta: a second Instagram account used to share with a select circle of friends and followers.
  17. FWB: Friends with Benefits
  18. GALMA: Go away, leave me alone.
  19. GSW: Get some weed.
  20. Hentai: Graphic Anime Pornography
  21. Hulk: a generic 2mg benzodiazepine bar, which is green
  22. KMS: commit suicide
  23. KYS: kill yourself
  24. Kush/Flower/Gas: Used in place of marijuana.
  25. LMIRL: Let’s meet in real life.
  26. Meal: Someone who looks good enough to eat.
  27. MOS/POS: mom over the shoulder; Parent on the shoulder.
  28. ONS: One night stand.
  29. Plug: A person who can “connect” you with drugs or a drug dealer.
  30. School bus: a 2 mg Xanax bar, which is yellow
  31. Skeet: To ejaculate
  32. Smash: means to have casual sex
  33. Spice or K2: Synthetic marijuana, which can be more harmful than real cannabis.
  34. Swoop: to be picked up in a car
  35. TDTM: Talk to me badly
  36. Thirsty: Desperate for sexual attention
  37. Thot: means “that ho over there” (used instead of “bitch”)
  38. Trash: “Horrible”, “Unacceptable”
  39. Turnt: having a good time with the help of drugs or alcohol
  40. URAL: You are a loser.
  41. WWTP: Want to swap photos?
  42. Xan/Xans: Short for Xanax. Also called xanny, beans, bars and footballs.
  43. X or E: Ecstasy, otherwise known as “molly” or MDMA.
  44. Zaddy: A well-dressed, attractive man of all ages.
  45. Zerg: Bully


There’s definitely more to it, and things seem to be changing daily.

Cyberbullying and sexting

According to Anti-Defamation Leaguecyberbullying can affect your child/adolescent if you notice these signs:

  • Feeling sad or angry while or after going online or using your phone.
  • Withdraws from family or friends.
  • Refuses to participate in activities he previously enjoyed.
  • Unexplained drop in grades.
  • Refuse to go to school.
  • Depression or sadness.

If you notice one or more of these signs, try approaching your teen to talk about them. Parents should try to adopt a supportive tone and gently express concern. In addition to cyberbullying, sexting has become popular with teenagers. Sexting refers to the exchange of sexual content Going through technological devices. According Frontiers in Psychologythe need to be popular was found to be a factor that could increase the likelihood of being involved in sexting.


Sources: Mirror, Anti-Defamation League, Frontiers in Psychology

Preply, Webopedia

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Edgerunners will be hotter and gorier than the game https://korsanizle.com/edgerunners-will-be-hotter-and-gorier-than-the-game/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/edgerunners-will-be-hotter-and-gorier-than-the-game/ Cyberpunk 2077 is no stranger to sex, nudity, and grisly violence throughout gameplay. While navigating various locations in Night City, main character V has sexual encounters with various companions during missions. Although the depiction of sex is presented in first person – with suggestive poses, graphic nudity, and moans – strategic camera angles also keep […]]]>

Cyberpunk 2077 is no stranger to sex, nudity, and grisly violence throughout gameplay. While navigating various locations in Night City, main character V has sexual encounters with various companions during missions. Although the depiction of sex is presented in first person – with suggestive poses, graphic nudity, and moans – strategic camera angles also keep the sex scenes from looking pornographic. The same goes for the depiction of violence. Although the splatters of blood accompany the gunshots, they are also subtle enough not to traumatize the viewer.


However Cyberpunk: Edge Runners is an anime based on the Cyberpunk 2077 game, Netflix’s NSFW trailer makes it clear that any subtlety is out the window. Not only does the anime’s depiction of sex, nudity, and violence appear to be hugely explicit and over the top compared to the original gameplay, but the trailer promises an even wilder storyline with a focus on character deaths. as the main selling point. This seems like a stark contrast to the video game, where V fights to save his own life after a failed heist forces them to insert a dead man’s relic they stole into their own neural network.


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When the NSFW trailer for Cyberpunk: Edge Runners opens with a magnificent view of Night City, viewers are introduced to the series’ protagonist, David. In the opening sequence of the trailer, David is seen conversing with a young woman in a dark living room, surrounded by alcohol and cigarettes. They also appear to be inside a skyscraper similar to those depicted in the video game. In the conversation, David mentions his mother and how they were always in a terrible state. The girl then asks him why he chose to stay in Night City; David replies that it was his dream that they were there, even though it wasn’t his.


After this quiet opening, the trailer immediately dives into the series’ premise. The fast-paced footage shows people with painfully installed cybernetic enhancements, exploding cars, and people being shot. In scenes where people have cybernetic enhancements installed, dissection is graphically depicted, along with large spilled pools of blood. All of this apparently happens before the cybernetic part is grafted onto the body. The pieces pictured here include a metal spine and cybernetic eyes. At one point, a large plug is inserted into the back of another character’s head, apparently causing that person excruciating pain.


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The most violent scenes of Cyberpunk: Edge Runners‘The NSFW trailer is even wilder. In addition to massive explosions and property damage, various people are quickly shot, with many human bodies blown up in the process. Even in scenes where no weapons are involved, the depiction of hand-to-hand combat is also exaggerated, with bizarre body contortions. As a finishing touch, there are even depictions of rapid stabbings, decapitations, and exploding heads mid-surgery. All the violent images are synchronized with the third movement of Beethoven’s iconic 9th symphony, “Ode to Joy”.


To ensure fans are aware that they are experiencing the world of cyberpunk, the NSFW trailer includes graphic depictions of sex and nudity that far exceed what is experienced in the game. The very first sex scene in the trailer is a fourgy, in which three women pleasure a a man with the same first person point of view as the video game. The second is more subtle but is still presented in the first person.

Another major difference between edge runners the anime and the Cyberpunk 2077 the video game is how women’s bodies are presented. While the game depicts both male and female bodies with realistic proportions, the anime depicts female bodies with exaggerated proportions similar to hentai. At one point, ejaculation is depicted in the trailer, which is not seen in the video game. While none of Netflix’s trailers offer many clues to the actual storyline, it apparently promises a wilder ride than viewers might expect. cyberpunk franchise.

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Hathaway (2021) by Shuko Murase https://korsanizle.com/hathaway-2021-by-shuko-murase/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 23:51:06 +0000 https://korsanizle.com/hathaway-2021-by-shuko-murase/ “How should I handle this situation” Based on Yoshiyuki Tomino’s “Mobile Suit Gundam: Hathaway’s Flash” series of three novels, published in 1989 and 1990, “Hathaway” is a sequel set twelve years after the events of “Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counter- attack”. As part of the UC NexT 0100 project, it adapts volume 1 of the […]]]>

“How should I handle this situation”

Based on Yoshiyuki Tomino’s “Mobile Suit Gundam: Hathaway’s Flash” series of three novels, published in 1989 and 1990, “Hathaway” is a sequel set twelve years after the events of “Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counter- attack”. As part of the UC NexT 0100 project, it adapts volume 1 of the series. It was released in Japanese theaters on June 11, 2021 and also found its way to Netflix.

The story begins in the year UC 0105, twelve years after the second Neo Zeon War, inside a spacecraft transferring a number of passengers who appear to be VIPs, including Federation officials, to Earth. The machine is however hijacked by terrorists claiming to be from the Mafty group, which advocates the forced relocation of humanity in space to save the environment. A number of passengers and crew are murdered, but the criminals are eventually caught by the efforts of Hathaway Noa and Kenneth Sleg, and the passengers are taken to Davao, Philippines. Gigi Andalucia, a very beautiful girl who was also on board, takes an interest in Noa, even realizing that he is part of the real Mafty group. At his insistence, the two end up staying in the same hotel suite, causing problems with Hathaway’s plans, eventually having to order his Mafty subordinates to stage a diversionary attack on the city, abandoning Gigi, who , annoyed, ends up going out with Kenneth. The attack, however, does not go as planned, as the Federation responds much faster than Mafty had expected, causing massive collateral damage. As Noa tries to reach his comrades, Kenneth manages to extract more information about their base, with their friendly rivalry over Gigi soon becoming something far more dangerous.

Truth be told, a minor acquaintance with the particular Gundam universe, particularly “Char’s Counterattack”, would be welcome for any “Hathaway” viewer since the feeling that something was missed becomes quite intentional here, especially at the beginning. However, that doesn’t mean the movie can’t be watched as a standalone title. Other than that, the film stands out as one of the best entries in the massive franchise we’ve seen in recent years, both for story, characters, and action aspect.

The dynamic created by the triangle of Hathaway, Gigi and Kenneth is rather intriguing from the start, especially since the first wants to hide his identity as the leader of the terrorist group, the second suspects him but also promises him not to say anything. at anyone, lightly blackmailing him into staying by his side, while the third is completely unaware of who his “rival” is, until he isn’t. Additionally, these meager balances extend to the romantic aspect as well, with Gigi having a soft spot for Hathaway, Kenneth a soft spot for Giri, and Hathaway not particularly interested in her, as there seems to be another woman for him in the future. inside Mafty. When the backstory of Gigi’s relationship is also highlighted and Kenneth becomes very open about his feelings for her, things get even more intense, with the duality of complications working perfectly for the story.

More so, the fact that all three characters are quite interesting individually, as their backgrounds and reasoning are gradually and masterfully revealed, helps to build a lot of empathy for each of them, even though Hathaway is the hero and Kenneth the villain here. , unless for the first film. Kumihiko Takashi’s character design also helps the most in this regard, his work being truly exquisite, for all three leads, but especially for Gigi, whose dressing, wavy hair and subtle sensuality are among the series’ best traits. , although the “hentai look” is not missing here too, as the brief petticoat angles eloquently underline.

At the same time, the Mafty Group’s reasoning for doing what they do, their failure to follow their plan which leads to disaster, the formation of public opinion about the group and the Federation, and the forces’ constant pursuit of the Federation adds a sociopolitical and philosophical context to the story, which is also what leads to the action sequences here, as a testament to the smoothness of Shuko Murase’s direction.

And speaking of the action, the work done in both directions and the animation by Bandai Namco Filmworks is amazing, with the different battle styles (Melee, Pistols and Gundams) all presenting the same quality, all looking quite impressive. . Especially those of the spaceship at the start and the last in space are a real wonder to watch. The artistry extends to all the technical parts, with the design of the Gundams and the various incredibly detailed backgrounds, the coloring just right for the overall aesthetic, and the night scenes, including one in a dance club , truly memorable.

“Mobile Suit Gundam: Hathaway” is a great introduction to the three movie arc and one of the best mecha anime movies we’ve seen in recent years.

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