So obviously there has been a separation from me with this site since I've been gone for a couple of weeks which isn't very different compared to all the other times I haven't been on. However, the following is just brief observations I've seen and I can see why people have left.
First off, enough with the drama. People get enough of that at school and at home. I feel like it's not in my place to be saying that since I don't get involved in many group projects and such, but I'm tired of seeing that in my feed and people ranting and complaining about "missing the old polyvore and how it's not the same anymore and miss the old communities and this girl stole my idea and she changed it to something so stupid". And I commend you for trying to make Polyvore how it was before, but if you try and make it the same and it doesn't work, you shouldn't complain to other people. Other people have a choice in what they want to be involved or uninvolved in. Don't get rallied up if people don't want to be a part of something they don't want to be a part of. And also, if you don't like someone's idea with that is similar to your own, STOP AND GET OVER IT. DON'T CALL ANOTHER PERSON'S IDEA STUPID. JFC
Second, this new Polyvore set up is frustrating me. Usually when sites that I usually go on such as Twitter or YouTube change formats, I get mad at first because it is a drastic change, but as time progresses, I instantly get used to it. But the thing about Polyvore's format changes is it's WAY TOO FREQUENT. The first few times things on the Profile set up changed like the description's location or the set up of the items when you create a set, they were small enough changes where it was actually useful, but also they didn't change that much from what was there before. Now, the new following feed is much more cluttered and confusing for the eye. Maybe I'll get used to it. I don't know.
Honestly, I don't know for how much longer I can stay on this site. Like so many others whom were my favorite people on this site, I feel like I'm lacking inspiration, and people are losing the true essence of what Polyvore truly is. Although Polyvore's site is abstract in its meaning, what this site is focusing on is art and creativity and fashion, not drama and making battle groups.
Polyvore says that I should describe my style but ain't nobody got time for dat.
Anyways, sorry for my absence for the billionth time. I had state testing, and just today I took my first AP Exam. SO THAT HAPPENED.
I can't say anything about the exam, but I have to say that studying for that thing was probably the most difficult and strenuous brain exercise I have ever had. Note to everyone who thinks that taking a AP test is easy. IT'S NOT. Obviously it depends on many different factors such as how much a student has studied or how much the student understood the material or how well the teacher teaches. But all in all, I'm freaking glad it's over so I could focus on more exciting topics such as going on an east coast college tour trip in less than two weeks. #finallydonewithapexams #ifeellikeimontwitterorinstagram
By the way, I made a #Vine account so if you have one, I'd love to check it out. My account is michelleeyy. :)