OMG The Sitting

Happy Mesh Day

Honestly since I have been lucky enough to have some sneak peaks at Mesh prior to today, the one thing that stood out the most was the bending knees, and the dresses that fold with your body. Since 2007 and sculpts being used more and more, as much as they have always been awesome, one thing started changing, we stopped sitting and everyone was always standing.
When it was just prim skirts with flexi they created the easy sitting scripts, that were more work than helpful to be honest, but you could never really get those things to do much for sculpts. When pants legs were made more and more by full sculpts also, you would sit and your lower portion would go one way, and your upper would stick out making it look like you had broken yourself in someway.

Mesh has changed all that again, and now without even having to round out any edges I give you SITTING! Also my bottom isn’t all askew and my girly parts aren’t broken either. To really understand how much love you will have for mesh, go try the new Group Gift from SLink – Jeans worn – and see how your legs don’t break from your AO and other such things.

You must have a Mesh Enabled Viewer, and you must be on a Mesh sim – SLink is a mesh sim so try the jeans on there, but be sure to take them off again when TPing away, as all sims will not be full mesh until tomorrow. You need to join the Slink group to get the jeans, but they are a great way to see what all the fuss is about.

Click HERE to SLURL’s Page.

Poses by :

SLC Body Language RagDoll AO

Equipment Used:

VR Studio 3.0 and HUD and Library for location shootsVR Foundry Mainstore , VR Foundry @ The Deck

Skin Worn:

Hadley – LeLutka


Ellis – LeLutka


Natural Curl Sculpted Lashes – LeLutka


Decent – LeLutka


RG tank – Maitreya

Bootleg Jeans MESH MESH MESH – Slink (group gift )




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Examples of Aphorism in Film
Like George Washington, Sandys believed that telling the truth is always the way to go.
Shifting gears a little, let’s talk about one of the world’s greatest aphorists – Benjamin Franklin.
Today, calling someone a Jack of all trades is usually a jab because it implies that their knowledge is superficial.
There must be a method to your madness.
They’re in social media captions all over the web.
Now that we’ve covered the aphorism definition, are you ready for more examples.
The meaning.
Luke’s having a tough time, and he’s discouraged.
Yup, you guessed it.
Want a few more.
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Not only that, but you can use aphorisms in your writing to summarize your central theme.
Too many times to count, right.
Examples of Aphorism in Literature
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Thomas Jefferson also mirrored this general idea when he said, I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.
Let me ask you.
He once stated, If you want a thing done well, do it yourself.
The Purpose & Function of Aphorism
Aphorisms can act as a guideline to help narrow the focus of your work.
Now here’s the big question.
Take this proverb, for example.
The original dictum said, A penny spar’d is twice got, but it’s adapted over the years for modern English.
The idea is simple.
This also reminds me of a precept by Sir Edwin Sandys, a politician who helped establish Jamestown, Virginia.
Sometimes, though.
Why is this stuff important.
So my advice.
Practice what you preach.
Now that we’ve covered the aphorism definition, are you ready for more examples.
This famous motto highlights the truism that life is full of ups and downs.

You get up and keep trying.
Examples of Aphorism in Politics
Washington also said, It is better to offer no excuse than a bad one.
The origins of this saying are open for debate, but it’s primarily attributed to Abraham Lincoln.
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For example.
Curiosity killed the cat.
Take this proverb, for example.
Another aphorism that’s adapted is, Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.
It’s one of my favorite aphorisms because it’s simple but yet powerful.
Washington also said, It is better to offer no excuse than a bad one.
Finally, Actions speak louder than words is another classic example.
They’re easy to remember and pass down through generations because they’re concise.
It’s time.
But not today.
We see this in literature all the time.

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