Waning Moon, submitted by Chaf. This sprawlingly massive goth site is basically a combination of what you would expect from an goth live journal combined with an encyclopedia of being a goth. How can you not love a site that has both gloomy and "sinister" poetry AND a huge section about how to take care of your goth fingernails?!
Gothic nail care? Well… yes, in a way. Obviously much of what you will find in these pages applies to anyone who wants to maintain long nails, but often goths are looking for a certain look that would make a nail care professional scream. (Such as very long and/or sharp nails - especially on men.)
These pages contain a compilation of nail care techniques and design tips that I have learned through both research and trial and error.
It has been a long time since I have done a goth site as an ALoD and I'm really proud to present to you one so thoroughly gigantic as this one. Oh, hey, here's some tips on how to be a goth in the corporate environment!
Speak to your HR representative and learn your rights! Technically I can dress in drag (as long as it is something a woman could wear to work) and legally they can't say anything to me. Of course that does not mean they will figure out another reason to fire me! So know your rights but also know the limitations of those rights.
It surprises me each and every day that goths still exist. Hasn't this trend played itself out? It's like walking down the street and seeing a bunch of streakers hanging out or something, only sadder because all goths combined have the self-esteem of the fattest and ugliest streaker ever to bare it all and go running.
You may have thought that a long dead author who was basically terrified of black people would be bad at the dozens. And you'd be right.
Dr. Oz, professional TV doctor, offers up some dieting tips and advice on how to remove all your negative ions.
Push button, get infinite gameplay and pleasure. Or attempt a 3 point shot.
Awful Links of the Day spotlights the worst and weirdest websites on the internet. And we're not talking "weird" in a good way either.