"They were both abusive" contradicts the evidence and it is straight up victim blaming. Because Johnny Depp says in the audio if things get physical, they have to separate, while Amber Heard says they don't. His views on violence are clear, he doesn't want it. pic.twitter.com/OoYiZow1zJ
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BBBBIITTTCCHHHHH god pleaseeeee pleeaseeeeeee let there be a young johnny depp look alike FFFUUUUCCCK BITCH
if u look like any young men from the early 80s or 90s, u r 100% HOT AS HELL!! pic.twitter.com/yaxUV449Kc
It was Amber who created the circus not Depp. She has made a good living of playing the victim. But now he has to fight back bc she wants to destroy him. She has no real evidence and just tells stories.
Amber Heard’s ‘sexual violence’ evidence against Johnny Depp will be kept secret in his libel claim against The Sun despite him arguing claims should be made public
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NGAKAKAKA AK KLO SM ORG DKET GTU GUY KLO NGSH SEMANGAT SKA MALU DAN CRINGEhttps://twitter.com/jaefreyyy/status/1248162105892564994 …
10 ways " how to make yourself draw every day?» Spoiler: there are two words in the title that interfere with your creativity;)
Often, articles aimed at motivating people to draw follow the same dialogue:
— How do I start drawing a lot?
— Just sit down and draw!"
But in fact, such advice, it turns out, is not very applicable…
I think You have already realized that the two words mentioned above are " FORCE YOURSELF»
The main problem of those who rarely draw and constantly suffer because of this is that these people are trying to "force" themselves, not motivate them, or they are waiting for a long time by the sea for the weather, and the canvas for inspiration. But, unfortunately, the Muse is not so easy and sometimes you can wait for it for months, or even years…
To avoid the above, in the following posts I will tell you about 10 techniques that will help you draw every day. Of course, you should understand that "every day" here is a rather conventional concept, we are all living people and sometimes there are days when drawing has to be postponed. But these days should not stretch into weeks and months, ideally it is about 5-8 days a month (Unless you, of course, do not want to lose the skill;).
scar on my knee from when I was a kid. broken GLASS mirror I was carrying to the trash fell off the stack & sliced down my knee.
I didn't get any stitches just put bandaide
knee bent and 2nd pic is leg extended.
this is what glass cut scar looks like when it's NOT stitched up.pic.twitter.com/9r39J9uxyc