“An evil little slag who judged a book by its cover. 1:24 girls snarl in an evil manner at less attractive looking people as they aim to start their dreams.
1:24 girls are not very nice or attractive people - they are generally just vile scum.
They also known as '0:46 girl'
Have you ever judged a book by its cover?
No, I'm not a spiteful 1:24 girl”
I dug in a bit deeper and found out that her name was Jennifer Byrne and was upset by the reaction that she was getting by the crowd -worldwide.
So the point that I am making here is that even our small actions, things we think would hardly have any effect, might just go on to change our lives, our and that of others around us as well. Isn’t it amazing to see that somehow each and every one of us is connected to each other? How our fates, destinies, luck, bad luck, fortunes, and misfortunes are so closely tied to each other. If George Washington hadn’t audaciously crossed, the Delaware River America might not have formed (just saying) and there couldn’t have been any American dominance, we would never have known movies like Titanic or Avatar, or Lion King. I could never have been employed by US Educational Foundation and couldn’t have earned money to buy my very first laptop. By just crossing an iced up river to attack the Brits on December 25, 1776, he changed the history of the world. Just one action. One Decision.
However, the funny thing here is that at the time of that decision you can hardly ever imagine what would be the result of your actions. How many lives would be affected how much would the world change. To me this whole thing shows one fact that all of us whether we are in the bureaucracy or in the blue-collar industry. Even a single person's most unimportant ficklest thought might have earth shattering consequences. Think on that while I go make myself a Biryani.