Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Great Blog

Hey, readers! I just wanted to tell you about a new blog I just found. I don't understand a word, but I can always use Google Translate and laugh my ass off at it's weird translation.

Check out the amazing manicures by Öykü:

Both photos are taken from her blog with a long ''weird'' name I can't even... type.

Just click on the photo to be taken there. =)

Thanks for looking!


  1. Agreed! Great blog, I just do not understand a single word. Lol. Thanks!

  2. You're welcome! I always like to find new blogs. =)

  3. Haha! Another Turkish blog on the block ;) The name means: "Which nail polish wouldn't suit me?" (there is irony in this expression, actually means: "there is no nail polish that wouldn't suit me.")

  4. Those orange slices scare me! I don't like wearing thick nail art items on my nails. It has so weird feeling.
    The other day I applied a glittery polish and there was big star glitters in it. Of course, I applied a top coat but 3 hours later, the stars went away! I hate that.

    Anyway, thanks for the link!

  5. lol The very first thing I read when I translated was "Of course, then you need to cut yourself with the help of a razor." I love her pics, though--thanks for the link.

  6. Thanks for translating that. It's just sooooo long. =)

  7. I like how it looks, but I would be totally uncomfortable with it on my nails. And it would tangle in my hair...

  8. ROFL =))) Don't take it to literally!

  9. I like both those manicures. I don't think I could't wear the fimo pieces. They are cute but I think they might bug me.


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