View By Date

Tags

  • 12 Feb 2017
    Hey, 1st blog entry! As of late there's been a few issues with the site as far as the credit system goes so for he moment purchasing credits is unavailable. Another thing as well: I've been missing some of the regular posts I used to see here on a regular basis. I understand that life happens sometimes and everyone gets busy with it. Especially in my case which is why I haven't been on much. Just try to drop in and say hi every once in a while! That's pretty much it.
    12 Posted by Xavier
  • By Xavier
    Hey, 1st blog entry! As of late there's been a few issues with the site as far as the credit system goes so for he moment purchasing credits is unavailable. Another thing as well: I've been missing some of the regular posts I used to see here on a regular basis. I understand that life happens sometimes and everyone gets busy with it. Especially in my case which is why I haven't been on much. Just try to drop in and say hi every once in a while! That's pretty much it.
    Feb 12, 2017 12
  • 29 Jan 2017
    why cant anyone get the credit page to work.All i get when i click on the page is "error"
    12 Posted by mike
  • By mike
    why cant anyone get the credit page to work.All i get when i click on the page is "error"
    Jan 29, 2017 12
  • 13 Dec 2016
    Undergraduates need to learn how to cope with their time effectively. This will mean that they get the most out of their days and get to do well in school. Students who do not manage their time properly typically get overwhelmed by their schoolwork and continually consult with their friends on the option of hiring a professional resume writer. Time management plays a significant role in maintaining discipline and ensuring that one stays abreast with their schoolwork. As a result, they get to achieve much more in life.   The first step to managing one’s time well is to have a daily planner which governs how one spends their time. Students should always attend class and then spend their free time well. They should divide their time in such a way that they get to engage in co-curricular activities and also get to study and revise their notes. This will ensure that they remain focused on their school work and also have time for leisure. Students should also avoid using their time engaging in unlawful acts such as drug use. Such activities only serve to waste one’s time and therefore should be shunned. Active time use is one of the keys to ensuring success in school.
    53 Posted by Felix Schultz
  • Undergraduates need to learn how to cope with their time effectively. This will mean that they get the most out of their days and get to do well in school. Students who do not manage their time properly typically get overwhelmed by their schoolwork and continually consult with their friends on the option of hiring a professional resume writer. Time management plays a significant role in maintaining discipline and ensuring that one stays abreast with their schoolwork. As a result, they get to achieve much more in life.   The first step to managing one’s time well is to have a daily planner which governs how one spends their time. Students should always attend class and then spend their free time well. They should divide their time in such a way that they get to engage in co-curricular activities and also get to study and revise their notes. This will ensure that they remain focused on their school work and also have time for leisure. Students should also avoid using their time engaging in unlawful acts such as drug use. Such activities only serve to waste one’s time and therefore should be shunned. Active time use is one of the keys to ensuring success in school.
    Dec 13, 2016 53
  • 07 Oct 2016
    A mother is in the kitchen making dinner for her family when her daughter walks in. “Mother, where do babies come from?” The mother thinks for a few seconds and says, “Well dear, Mommy and Daddy fall in love and get married. One night they go into their bedroom, they kiss and hug, and have sex.” The daughter looks puzzled so the mother continues, “That means the daddy puts his penis in the mommy’s vagina. That’s how you get a baby, honey.” The child seems to comprehend. “Oh, I see, but the other night when I came into your room you had daddy’s penis in your mouth. What do you get when you do that?” “Jewelry, my dear. Jewelry.”
    70 Posted by Roy...
  • By Roy...
    A mother is in the kitchen making dinner for her family when her daughter walks in. “Mother, where do babies come from?” The mother thinks for a few seconds and says, “Well dear, Mommy and Daddy fall in love and get married. One night they go into their bedroom, they kiss and hug, and have sex.” The daughter looks puzzled so the mother continues, “That means the daddy puts his penis in the mommy’s vagina. That’s how you get a baby, honey.” The child seems to comprehend. “Oh, I see, but the other night when I came into your room you had daddy’s penis in your mouth. What do you get when you do that?” “Jewelry, my dear. Jewelry.”
    Oct 07, 2016 70
  • 05 Oct 2016
    Hey SelfieNations group, I wanted to thank you guys again for supporting the models and the site.  I have been in and out of the hospital for congestive heart failure (CHF) so things haven't been mended like they are when I'm here full time.  The reason though I am able to come back aand still have a strong, healthy growing group is the great network of friends that are the mods and admins.  They do a great job. Today I'm glad I'm alive and I'm checking this blog thing out, maybe start doing it, let's see if I can post pics in it...   Cool, it works.  I uploaded a cute little momma in boy briefs ;)~  Anyhoo, I might make a best of post here in a bit.  Or at least a theme.
    66 Posted by jaYMan
  • By jaYMan
    Hey SelfieNations group, I wanted to thank you guys again for supporting the models and the site.  I have been in and out of the hospital for congestive heart failure (CHF) so things haven't been mended like they are when I'm here full time.  The reason though I am able to come back aand still have a strong, healthy growing group is the great network of friends that are the mods and admins.  They do a great job. Today I'm glad I'm alive and I'm checking this blog thing out, maybe start doing it, let's see if I can post pics in it...   Cool, it works.  I uploaded a cute little momma in boy briefs ;)~  Anyhoo, I might make a best of post here in a bit.  Or at least a theme.
    Oct 05, 2016 66
  • 09 Sep 2016
    190 Posted by Michael
  • By Michael
    Sep 09, 2016 190
  • 31 Jul 2016
    It’s claimed that our passion for narcissistic pictures is fuelling the growth of everything from lipstick to old-fashioned photobooths. Here’s a sector-by-sector breakdown by: Simon Usborne A disputed economic theory says that lipstick is a harbinger of economic gloom. When times are tight, we’re inclined to buy cheaper luxury goods, so makeup sales go up. But a current spike in sales is being blamed on something more depressing than global recession – namely Kylie Jenner, one of the Kardashian klan. Not just her, to be fair, but the generation of narcissistic celebrities who have turned the selfie into the craze that wouldn’t die – and an economic propellant. We are in the age of the selfie economy, and big business is all over it. Lipstick Sales of lippy are predicted to reach £306m this year, a 12% rise on last year. Consumer analysts Mintel put the increase down in part to the quantity that the full-lip look, popularised by Jenner, requires. Jenner, 18, has her own range of makeup and offers tutorials on her subscription website and app. Last year, she uploaded My Makeup Skillz, in which she revealed the secrets behind her “everyday glam” look. Twenty minutes later,after using products worth just short of $600 (£450), she was done. That’s good business. Selfie sticks A few years ago, the words “selfie stick” meant nothing. Today you can go online and download a Global Selfie Stick Consumption 2016 market research report, which includes a regional breakdown and a profile of the big players. It was too expensive for me to buy, but basically the selfie-stick industry is huge. They’re like microscooters without the wheels – a whole new product we once managed fine without but now can’t get enough of. Demand peaked in Christmas 2014 with a 300% sales rise on Amazon between September and November. In the same period, eBay sold one every 30 seconds. You can get two for a tenner on eBay, or a fancy PowerGrip H20 for £69. HD makeup Yes, it’s a thing. When tellies went high-def and we could explore every pore and crevice of Huw Edwards’ face before bedtime, the cosmetics industry responded with this new category to save the blushes of primetime stars. In simple terms, the new ranges reflect more light – in the trade, they call it blurring. Now HD products have hit the high street, fuelled, anecdotal evidence suggests, by the selfie phenomenon. Guess who uses HD foundation in her everyday glam routine. Yep, Kylie Jenner. Cosmetic surgery There have been suggestions, generally from the industry that stands to gain, that the unstoppable rise in popularity of cosmetic surgery can be blamed in part on the selfie craze. We can only hope that the rise of eyelid surgery to No 2 (behind breast enlargements) on the Britain’s cosmetic procedure rankings has nothing to do with the craze. Alas, it does for Triana Lavey. The LA-based TV producer has spent more than $12,000 on surgery, including to her eyes and chin, in order to look better in selfies. “I think that social media has really changed so much about how we look at ourselves and judge ourselves,” she told ABC News. “Ten years ago, I don’t think I even noticed that I had a weak chin.” Photo booths Before selfies, there were photographs of people. How did we manage? But for 100 years, there has been another way to do it yourself – the photo booth. Anatol Josepho, a Siberian in New York, patented the first automatic booth in 1925. His Photomaton, first plonked on Times Square, spat out a strip of eight images for 20 cents. They democratised photography and made Josepho rich. Billions of passport photos and friends foreva snaps later, the photo booth industry is muscling in on the selfie boom. Thumbtack, a major US website that connects consumers with professionals, reports a steady growth in demand for rental booths for weddings and parties. In 2014, orders for booths outstripped bookings for wedding photographers for the first time.
    146 Posted by Dragon
  • By Dragon
    It’s claimed that our passion for narcissistic pictures is fuelling the growth of everything from lipstick to old-fashioned photobooths. Here’s a sector-by-sector breakdown by: Simon Usborne A disputed economic theory says that lipstick is a harbinger of economic gloom. When times are tight, we’re inclined to buy cheaper luxury goods, so makeup sales go up. But a current spike in sales is being blamed on something more depressing than global recession – namely Kylie Jenner, one of the Kardashian klan. Not just her, to be fair, but the generation of narcissistic celebrities who have turned the selfie into the craze that wouldn’t die – and an economic propellant. We are in the age of the selfie economy, and big business is all over it. Lipstick Sales of lippy are predicted to reach £306m this year, a 12% rise on last year. Consumer analysts Mintel put the increase down in part to the quantity that the full-lip look, popularised by Jenner, requires. Jenner, 18, has her own range of makeup and offers tutorials on her subscription website and app. Last year, she uploaded My Makeup Skillz, in which she revealed the secrets behind her “everyday glam” look. Twenty minutes later,after using products worth just short of $600 (£450), she was done. That’s good business. Selfie sticks A few years ago, the words “selfie stick” meant nothing. Today you can go online and download a Global Selfie Stick Consumption 2016 market research report, which includes a regional breakdown and a profile of the big players. It was too expensive for me to buy, but basically the selfie-stick industry is huge. They’re like microscooters without the wheels – a whole new product we once managed fine without but now can’t get enough of. Demand peaked in Christmas 2014 with a 300% sales rise on Amazon between September and November. In the same period, eBay sold one every 30 seconds. You can get two for a tenner on eBay, or a fancy PowerGrip H20 for £69. HD makeup Yes, it’s a thing. When tellies went high-def and we could explore every pore and crevice of Huw Edwards’ face before bedtime, the cosmetics industry responded with this new category to save the blushes of primetime stars. In simple terms, the new ranges reflect more light – in the trade, they call it blurring. Now HD products have hit the high street, fuelled, anecdotal evidence suggests, by the selfie phenomenon. Guess who uses HD foundation in her everyday glam routine. Yep, Kylie Jenner. Cosmetic surgery There have been suggestions, generally from the industry that stands to gain, that the unstoppable rise in popularity of cosmetic surgery can be blamed in part on the selfie craze. We can only hope that the rise of eyelid surgery to No 2 (behind breast enlargements) on the Britain’s cosmetic procedure rankings has nothing to do with the craze. Alas, it does for Triana Lavey. The LA-based TV producer has spent more than $12,000 on surgery, including to her eyes and chin, in order to look better in selfies. “I think that social media has really changed so much about how we look at ourselves and judge ourselves,” she told ABC News. “Ten years ago, I don’t think I even noticed that I had a weak chin.” Photo booths Before selfies, there were photographs of people. How did we manage? But for 100 years, there has been another way to do it yourself – the photo booth. Anatol Josepho, a Siberian in New York, patented the first automatic booth in 1925. His Photomaton, first plonked on Times Square, spat out a strip of eight images for 20 cents. They democratised photography and made Josepho rich. Billions of passport photos and friends foreva snaps later, the photo booth industry is muscling in on the selfie boom. Thumbtack, a major US website that connects consumers with professionals, reports a steady growth in demand for rental booths for weddings and parties. In 2014, orders for booths outstripped bookings for wedding photographers for the first time.
    Jul 31, 2016 146
  • 07 Sep 2016
    I just like this photo.  I tried to post it yesterday, but had trouble doing so.     Just saying hello to everyone.  Hope your long weekend was fun. ~MD
    145 Posted by Michael
  • By Michael
    I just like this photo.  I tried to post it yesterday, but had trouble doing so.     Just saying hello to everyone.  Hope your long weekend was fun. ~MD
    Sep 07, 2016 145
  • 29 Aug 2016
    Hey what's up everyone. New to the site. Just wanted to know if there are any woman out there that enjoy role reversal or pegging.
    114 Posted by Brian
  • By Brian
    Hey what's up everyone. New to the site. Just wanted to know if there are any woman out there that enjoy role reversal or pegging.
    Aug 29, 2016 114
  • 12 Sep 2016
    thanks for tha add folks 
    99 Posted by sam
  • By sam
    thanks for tha add folks 
    Sep 12, 2016 99
  • 07 Sep 2016
    Hello all. Thanks for having me on your site.  I think it's a real cool form of expressionism.  Looking at some selfies on the WWWEB, I wonder why some selfie takers dont take the time to examine their photos before posting.   I'be seen funny stuff, sad stuff, sexy stuff and some serious, "What were you thinking", stuff. I guess running into a bathroom quickly to send your boyfriend/girlfriend a snap shot of something personal is cool.  I'm all for that.  But as I trolled through some of the sites, I've seen some things I can't get out of my mind.   Some have pictures with some background features that should have been checked before pushing send.  A good example, is a girl taking a photo of herself with an I flushed toilet in the background.  Others have photos of their kids in the background as the selfie taker pulls their pants down to reveal their, not so pleasant looking rear-ends.   But as a big fan of selfies, I just laugh, as we all usually do.  Then, I most likely re-post them.   Enough of that.   I really wanted to express my thoughts on people's self perception of themselves.  People are beautiful creatures of this planet.  To post a good selfie, in my own opinion.  You don't need to pucker you lips.  You don't need to strip naked, (although feel free, I know I like it).   My feeling is: If you want to photograph yourself doing anything, at the least, try to project a feeling of contentment with what you are doing.  Enjoy it.  I understand that you probably are enjoying taking the selfie, but you body language can sometimes suggest otherwise.  A smile, a smeark or a soft bit into your lip, projects an image more profound than a frown on you face.   The way you position your body can sometimes suggest you are trying to hard to make more than what meets the eye.  Just go with it.  Enjoy it.  A projection of your sexual desires or suggestion of a provocative nature can go a long way.   Don't misunderstand my blog.  When I suggest these things, they are clearly self serving.  And I shouldn't attach my personal belief's to what I consider your art.  I am meerly suggesting that you not only enjoy this fantastic experience, but share the experience with your audience, by projecting what's really on your mind.  Once you perfect that, (I cannot claim I have), you will appear so much more attractive, in the manner you intended.  But please, please, don't make it a job.  Enjoy yourself.  If I see you enjoying it and projecting that enjoyment, it makes the experience much more pleasurable for me.  Because now, it's believable.   Now if that's not a self-serving statement, I don't know what is.   I'm no pro at selfies.  I'm sure I can prove that.  But I have to say, some of you women project your thoughts on camera so well, that I have to go back and look at your photos again and again.   Just keep doing what you're doing.  I'm just throwing in my 2 cents to let you know what I like. Which shouldn't be on the top of your priority list.   But I'll say it again, you ladies do a fine job.  I am very impressed.     Peace and Love to you all.   My best regards, ~MD  
    95 Posted by Michael
  • By Michael
    Hello all. Thanks for having me on your site.  I think it's a real cool form of expressionism.  Looking at some selfies on the WWWEB, I wonder why some selfie takers dont take the time to examine their photos before posting.   I'be seen funny stuff, sad stuff, sexy stuff and some serious, "What were you thinking", stuff. I guess running into a bathroom quickly to send your boyfriend/girlfriend a snap shot of something personal is cool.  I'm all for that.  But as I trolled through some of the sites, I've seen some things I can't get out of my mind.   Some have pictures with some background features that should have been checked before pushing send.  A good example, is a girl taking a photo of herself with an I flushed toilet in the background.  Others have photos of their kids in the background as the selfie taker pulls their pants down to reveal their, not so pleasant looking rear-ends.   But as a big fan of selfies, I just laugh, as we all usually do.  Then, I most likely re-post them.   Enough of that.   I really wanted to express my thoughts on people's self perception of themselves.  People are beautiful creatures of this planet.  To post a good selfie, in my own opinion.  You don't need to pucker you lips.  You don't need to strip naked, (although feel free, I know I like it).   My feeling is: If you want to photograph yourself doing anything, at the least, try to project a feeling of contentment with what you are doing.  Enjoy it.  I understand that you probably are enjoying taking the selfie, but you body language can sometimes suggest otherwise.  A smile, a smeark or a soft bit into your lip, projects an image more profound than a frown on you face.   The way you position your body can sometimes suggest you are trying to hard to make more than what meets the eye.  Just go with it.  Enjoy it.  A projection of your sexual desires or suggestion of a provocative nature can go a long way.   Don't misunderstand my blog.  When I suggest these things, they are clearly self serving.  And I shouldn't attach my personal belief's to what I consider your art.  I am meerly suggesting that you not only enjoy this fantastic experience, but share the experience with your audience, by projecting what's really on your mind.  Once you perfect that, (I cannot claim I have), you will appear so much more attractive, in the manner you intended.  But please, please, don't make it a job.  Enjoy yourself.  If I see you enjoying it and projecting that enjoyment, it makes the experience much more pleasurable for me.  Because now, it's believable.   Now if that's not a self-serving statement, I don't know what is.   I'm no pro at selfies.  I'm sure I can prove that.  But I have to say, some of you women project your thoughts on camera so well, that I have to go back and look at your photos again and again.   Just keep doing what you're doing.  I'm just throwing in my 2 cents to let you know what I like. Which shouldn't be on the top of your priority list.   But I'll say it again, you ladies do a fine job.  I am very impressed.     Peace and Love to you all.   My best regards, ~MD  
    Sep 07, 2016 95