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Things I will not judge you for:
•Clothing choices

Things I will judge you for:
•Not signalling while driving
•How you treat wait staff
•Which way you think the toilet roll goes

  • Always say yes to seeing friends
  • Eat breakfast every day
  • Recognize that positive change rarely happens overnight
  • Accept the fuck-ups, but try not to let them happen again
  • There is a song to remedy every situation on the planet
  • Appreciate the people in your life
  • Look for the good in everything
  • Try new things and try them often
  • Treat yourself as well as you treat others

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Layrite Super Shine

Say hello to Layrite’s light hold WB pomade. This is the last of the Layrite pomades that I’ve tried — however it is the most impressive. Let me tell you why through the breakdown.


Similar to the other Layrite jars, this one comes in a 4oz jar. The difference, though, is in the color. While the other two are a yellow/brown mixture, this one is red/white, showing a color feature unlike the other two. And trust me, that lack of color similarity also translates to the lack of pomade similarity between the Super Shine and other two.


I don’t want to put anyone off from trying this goop — because you definitely should — but man this stuff smells stanky as fuh. It has a completely unappealing paint/plastic/synthetic sort of smell to it, and I love the smell of wet paint. It definitely lingers for a while after application as well. So be warned about that.


Scooping this stuff out is the easiest pomade I’ve ever had to scoop out. Then again, this is my first lightweight WB pomade I’ve ever used. It felt like scooping out room temperature butter, with sort of a gummy/rubber quality to it.

Rubbing it in between my hands was an interesting experience as well. Like it was super tacky and sticky, akin to Slick Devil, although not as grippy. There were these odd little sand-like feeling pieces that grinder between my palms as well… if that was just a unique experience to me, or something that everyone gets, I’m unsure.

Getting it into my hair was easy though, I didn’t have any problems. But there was one quality I didn’t like — how it wanted to stick to one area of wherever I started applying. It was difficult to spread around because of how tacky it was. I was able to get it everywhere it needed to be though.


No problems styling at all. I mean yeah, it didn’t hold my hair where I wanted it to stay, but that’s not the product’s fault at all. Unless you have thin, fine hair, you can’t gripe about whether a light pomade works or not. But I digress. After placing everything where I wanted it, I was pretty content. No strays at all, for sure.

Two amazing qualities about this pomade that make it worth the buy, though.

First, this shine is some serious shit. The only WB pomade to come close to this shine is The Daimon Barber No.1, and even that is half of the shine as this. Hell, there are some oil based pomades out there that don’t have this level of shine. It’s also an all day shine — none of that decreased shine throughout the day problem that you get with some other WB pomades. I don’t know what’s in the recipe that makes the shine last, but it definitely helps the product hold true to its nam

Two, it stays soft all day, like an oil based. I’m not even kidding around, it stays malleable without water reapplication. End of story.

Final Opinion

This is an amazing WB pomade. No matter what type of pomade you prefer, you should give this a try. The only downside to it is the smell really, but I’ve heard some people liking this smell. Maybe that’ll be you. And whether a lightweight works for you or not, you should definitely use this as your WB topper of choice — the shine is unmatched.

Hit up Mr. Pomade at pomade.com and grab some. Free shipping within the US is included as well.

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This is the age of miracles, doctor. There’s nothing more horrifying

Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch — Magneto’s twin children

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Every couple needs to argue now and then. Just to prove that the relationship is strong enough to survive. Long-term relationships, the ones that matter, are all about weathering the peaks and the valleys.
Nicholas SparksSafe Haven (via feellng)


when someone say hi to ya bae for too long



"They call themselves the Guardians of the Galaxy"

what a bunch of a-holes

This is how I imagine you would feel at this moment, like the rest of the world is frozen and it’s just you two; together for what would seem like forever.

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Jay Gordon | Slept So Long

Touching you makes me feel alive
Touching you makes me die inside