You're inside my head now... keep your arms and legs inside the ride at all times.
This time last year I was unemployed, broke, and suicidal.
Today, I just got the keys to my first house.
Give it time.
Needed this today
when you hear people preach that it gets better, they aren’t joking. if it’s not better yet, it will be.
this post could literally be saving lives rn and that is why i love this website.
thats the worst shit only because my mom basically always thought I was being a little bitch when I’d complain that it still hurts your eyes
WAIT I THOUGHT IT MEANT THAT IF YOU GOT IT IN YOUR EYES IT WOULDN’T BURN (no crying)
ARE YOU TELLING ME THAT IT’S SAYING NO RIPPING?
*FLIPS TABLES* THIS IS WHY THE ENGLISH WRITTEN LANGUAGE IS CONFUSING AS FUCK I AM SO SORRY NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS.
Why doesn’t it say fucking anti tangle?!
I JUST MADE BOTH MY PARENTS READ THIS I AM SO ANGRY
THEY ARE ANGRY
WE JUST HAD AN ARGUMENT ABOUT ‘TIER’ ‘TEAR’ AND ‘TEAR’
THEY THOUGHT IT MEANT NO CRYING TOO
I AM SO ANGRY
I think most kids/parents in America at the time thought it meant no tears(crying) and ESPECIALLY because it said “No tears!”, referencing crying, in the godsdamned commercial!!
no guys come on
it’s no more “tears” like crying bc when you brush out tangles in your hair it hurts and you cry
so the stuff makes you not cry bc it leaves your hair silky smooth come on guys. brains.
Most of you guys aren’t old enough to know this, so lets do a little product history.
The phrase “no more tears” comes from Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo, created in 1953 (even before I was born) - the phrase “no more tears” is actually trademarked by them, and it has always appeared inside a teardrop shape on their bottles.
They created the very first shampoo specifically for babies, because in the 1950’s, nearly all soaps and shampoos back then were harsh as fuck, with a super-high pH level - if you got that stuff in your eye, it felt like flaming hot sauce.
So J&J created a shampoo specifically for babies, with a significantly lower pH - as close to neutral as they could get. Babies didn’t need to be power-scrubbed like they’d been working in a coal mine, they just needed a gentle soap… and quoted from the Johnson & Johnson site, J&J Baby Shampoo is “the first specially formulated product to be as mild to a baby’s eyes as pure water." (emphasis mine)
Saying “as mild as pure water” might be a bit of a stretch, because it does still sting a little - but it’s a damn sight better than what was available before it.
TL:DR version: It is verifiably about tears (as in crying), not tears (as in something being torn).