Little Black Dress

Today I’m wearing a little black dress.

Why? Because we’re having a party at work and I’m going to another one afterwards

I feel beautiful in it.

Why? Because I work my body out regularly and usually watch what I eat and it responds by staying slender, strong, and healthy.

I’m curling my hair.

Why? Because I feel so pretty in my dress thanks to the confidence I have from regular workout sessions that I want to feel even more feminine with some curly tendrils.

My legs look strong.

Why? Because I make them sore with intense weight training once or twice per week so I’m going to wear a little heel and show them off even more.

My arms look strong.

Why? Because I’m a beast that pushes herself to get stronger every workout session.

I love my body.

Why? Because we take care of each other. So on days when I have an excuse to wear a little black dress and look like a million bucks all day, I’m going to take it.

Can I borrow your dress?

Absolutely not. Get your own.

Justin Beiber music video shoot takes three days longer than expected due to uncooperative hair

Young pop sensation Justin Beiber has won a lot of teenybopper hearts with his literal boyish charm and generic good looks. Perhaps what sets Beiber apart from so many other boys his age, and what sets the hearts of his fan’s on fire, is his meticulously side-swept dirty blonde hair.

In every music video the young star creates, his hair seems to steal the show. During the filming of his latest video “Baby”, a duet featuring hip hop artist Ludacris, Bieber’s hair was being rather uncooperative.

Rather than simply staying on whatever side it had been carefully combed to, the hair would-on occasion- fall in the star’s face making him look more like your average emo teenager than the rising pop icon he is. Every time the hair became unruly, all filming and production had to stop in order to attempt to tame it.

One of the eight stylists on set to take care of Beiber, suggested a different cut for the young star. When everyone became silent and stared him down, he smiled uncomfortable and suggested maybe they just even it out so it’s not such a pain to work with.

The stylist was fired on the spot.

Though the shoot took three days longer than expected, Beiber’s hair managed to remain in the perfect positioning throughout the shots in the video, often defying gravity and keeping itself parallel to the ground while sitting on his head.

Beiber personally declined to comment because he was fully engrossed in his afternoon nap while this story was being written. His publicist said simply, “It’s very important for a boy his age to get plenty of sleep in the afternoon. He’s still growing, after all.”