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  1. If you are taller, be nice to us hobbits and leave us in the front. Thanks!
  2. Guns have that kind of stage which goes up or is the same level as it goes front (opposite to, like Stones where the distant catwalk is the lowest). It has both advantages and disadvantages. Little advantage is that I always like when they put small security guys to my parts of stage, so they don't mess photos. If I put hands with camera up, I even had guys pictured with their feet (I don't like them cut in the picture). So basically I'm okay with the height of stage, albeit it's more common for stage to go low so you better see the whole space. On the other side, with Stones the back parts by the rail were just insanely high (and the stage unreasonably big. Too big). The thing is that I just can't go few rows back to have this mighty thing called overview, it's rail or barely sees over the people for me.
  3. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Poor Axl, someone even stripped his sock, the pain of it is enormous.
  4. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Most probably post-concert blues or hangover, I had one very severe after my last GNR show, I don't remember being so down for very, very long. Concert worth it, the better the show and the more you love the band, the more harsh it will go.
  5. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Sorry, I have no idea, this goes far beyond my face recognition abilities.
  6. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    This one I was able to track back and find
  7. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Some people can be that kind of frail you deeply respect them, give them attention and treat them well, hugs included . Axl looks okay on those photos, I've seen few really-not-okay from like mid 90s. You go to see them live and you see that the big-ass rockstar is humble, vulnerable little man. I'd define as as kind of undemanding frailty. Anyway, it needs some huge balls to be frail, not to kick around like dying horse, not being pathetically demanding, just simply frail and vulnerable. People are sometimes freaked out of plain vulnerability, because they have to accept their own vulnerability.
  8. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    I think it's totally okay to express some frustration, like... exploring the possibilities... death is inevitable and clear changing event, so why not to be a bit dramatic? People keeping the lid on are far more dangerous. As far as I know, everyone of us will die one fine day and wishes and other's scenarios usually have nothing with it. Now, imagine Axl stepping in in some notoriously smoothly working band, working under their management like... AC/DC... What you get? Like... few interviews exploring why this happened at the beginning of the tour and then... radio silence. To add, after that China Exchange presenter experience... Slash also enjoyed not doing interviews while they let the music do the talking, too. Axl ain't no rag doll and he makes his own decisions (he can surprise if he wants to), like it or not. I went through interview with Mila Kunis recently and she talked about that if you want to survive in Hollywood, you have to keep private things private. People like to see you rise, but are much more fascinated with downfall. Why to feed scavengers?
  9. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Yep, this still scares the sh*t out of local security . I've seen Gio allow many things forbidden by locals, and, after all, Axl decides, what can stay and what has to go down. Properly working security it is.
  10. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Like, that deep set eyes with hoods which completely cover at least 1/3 of your upper eyelid? Here we go: I focus on lashes to have them as fabulous as possible. I never use shadows (not worthy, not visible anyway and in few moments there will be just thick line of color when I close my eyes, or instant panda), just maker eyeliner with thin tip (dries before it sticks on hooded part so it looks clean) from half of the eyelid out. Short eyeline to show off eyelashes, ending right over the corner of the eye makes it more round shaped and opened and looking less tired. A bit of white shade into the inner corner of the eye and voilá - big shiny eyes.
  11. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    As far as you don't stink from sweat gone sour, no mouth stink or rotten teeth, gooey skin going off in little greasy scales and you keep intimate hygiene and clear your ears, I'm totally OK with whatever hair you decide to keep. Your body, your choice. Alopecia gone full-body (literally no hair anywhere, no eyebrows, no eyelashes) is challenging disease, even for men it can be traumatizing. Because of that totally bare skin we call them dolphins and they are own kind of mesmerizing. Fresh sweat doesn't smell bad if you are healthy and some men smell the way that just cleaned with odorless soap it totally turns me on. Add my favorite perfume and I'm in heaven.
  12. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Short story is in Czech, so the quote itself is not so google-able. I think there's much wider variety in real life, some women I know even stand between their man wanting them all hairy (also legs, armpits) and society not much accepting this. They want their women "dirty" with their natural odor, it turns them on. Women with no hair can impose as a child/immature. Not shaving is of course comfortable because of no inflamed spots, yay, winter! Women who keep unshaven all year round just usually don't wear exposing clothes for places where it`s massive faux-pass (and don`t give a damn elsewhere). Average population is far more hairy privately than you might guess from media at last from what I see. I know women with naturally thicker hairs on arms or even stomach and they rock whatever outfit they decide. People often want to merge so they will do whatever is forced to them. Well-nurtured body hair also mean good blood circulation. You cannot completely change millions of years of evolutionary procreating strategies by some adds. Fat bottom girls make the world go round! Since shaving was only treatment effective for louse and crabs, man in his 50s now told me that unlike boys now, they didn't make lame excuse about cycling when shaved their legs. Oral history of average lifestyle it is. Like, I like men with naturally not much body hair and shaven face, which, for some women, it's not manly enough. Whatever. I can shave, but not all men can grow proper trendy beard... I'm happy that fashion trends come in cycles, so after this hipsters' obsession with beards once there will come back shaven guys with preferably long hair. My stunningly beautiful androgynous guys, don`t give up under no homo social pressure!
  13. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    It`s quote from my favorite short story; when you feel lonely, numb, and cold inside, you are desperate, your standards are damn low and making love won't make it better at the end. For me, photo looks like invitation to that desperate insides. Some decades ago, shaven legs and privates (both sexes) meant you have crabs, so you are probably promiscuous.
  14. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    Here on North-east it was normal, full Brazilian made its way here like decade later. Many (young) women still don`t shave more skin than is visible in swimming suit.
  15. GNR Women's Discussion - Part 2

    *higher contrast for more "artsy" look. *Girls and women (also men) should be educated that mons pubis and vagina are approx. 5cm apart and you cannot see vagina in the pic. *It's 1992, back then we all still ran happy and unshaven around the world, men were into it, body hair was sign of maturity and womanhood, hairy women were get as more passionate. Variation on landing strip was big thing in certain circles. Capture reminds me old wit that worst motive for love is making it of despair.
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