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Date a Model: What You Need to Know to Succeed
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In this modern dating world, with apps that turn looking for potential partners into a experience akin to choosing the toppings you'd like on your frozen yogurt, it's easier than ever to be very picky about the people you're willing to rub bits with. For example, I may find it attractive if someone is into films; you may find it attractive if the person is into death metal and the occult. I may find it attractive if a person works out; you may find it attractive if he or she is a pound human flesh pillow. I may find it attractive if someone wears his or her hair to the left; you may find it attractive if he or she has dyed his or her hair the vibrant blue of a urinal cube. You see? We're all into different people.
Not Another Teen Movie
Our list of the greatest '00s teen films begins with a cult classic starring Kirsten Dunst. Bring It On follows a high-school cheerleading squad scrambling to rebuild its reputation after discovering its key routine is stolen; it's a fun, fast-paced romp that finds time to make some surprisingly insightful points about class, race and homophobia. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a troubled teenager plagued by visions of Frank the Rabbit, a man in a giant bunny costume who manipulates him into carrying out a series of dark deeds. This debut feature from writer-director Richard Kelly is a thrillingly original and memorably surreal drama that offers a uniquely freaky depiction of teen angst.
In , photographer Betsy Schneider documented year-olds across America. Now that the teens are about to graduate, those snapshots of transition are finally coming to light In , photographer Betsy Schneider documented year-olds across America, capturing what it means to be on the cusp of adulthood. When I was in art school, I worked as a live-in nanny for four kids.