justalotobsessed:

OKAY, I’M REALLY PISSED OFF

DID YOU ALL KNOW THAT GIRLS BODIES ARE SUPPOSED TO STORE MORE FAT THE BOYS BODIES? 

AND YET, IT’S MORE ACCEPTABLE FOR A BOY TO ‘BE BIG’ THEN IT IS FOR A GIRL TO ‘BE FAT’

WE ARE STIGMATIZED FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY BIOLOGICAL

(via robot)

mellow-sleep:

aluox:

blood-mages-anonymous:

x-the-fault-in-our-scars-x:

aluox:

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I don’t understand why but I really hate this shade of blue

God it’s actually making me uncomfortable

No I am uncomfortable. As a color deficient person I almost never see the color blue and that is the bluest blue that has ever blued.

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I believe our internal frustration with this stems from the fact that it is very similar to a certain type of computer message

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do you feel the anger and frustration?

I haaaaaate this color SO MUCH! And I´m relieved that I´m not the only one x_x

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ofdarklands:


browneyedcunt:


jillstrif:




Kell fell asleep on the couch one night so we gave him a pillow and a blanket Which we made out of kleenex because we always have those around on our coffee table for when we watch feely stuff


MY HEART


doesn’t even go with my blog but i can’t scroll past this without regretting not reblogging it.


#how does a cat with a kleenex pillow ‘not go with your blog’#what are you doing with your life

ofdarklands:

browneyedcunt:

jillstrif:

Kell fell asleep on the couch one night so we gave him a pillow and a blanket Which we made out of kleenex because we always have those around on our coffee table for when we watch feely stuff

MY HEART

doesn’t even go with my blog but i can’t scroll past this without regretting not reblogging it.

#how does a cat with a kleenex pillow ‘not go with your blog’#what are you doing with your life

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huffle-fluff:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"As someone suffering from depression, I find Elsa’s ‘Let It Go’ misleading. You don’t just suddenly stop suffering from depression as the movie makes it out to be. It’s a long process, and it’s not magically vanished by a song and throwing a glove in the air"

I SCROLLED PAST THIS BUT THOUGHT ABOUT IT FOR LIKE THREE MORE MINUTES SO UGH LET ME MAKE ONE THING ABSOLUTELY CLEAR OKAY
"Let It Go" is NOT the cure for Elsa’s depression or whatever you might call is that she’s feeling. On the contrary, it is actually a really destructive song. She spends the entire scene building a world in which she’s the only one and shuts everyone out in fear of hurting them because she believes that being absolutely and completely alone is the only way for her to exist without bringing anyone harm. (Things depressed people do.) While she builds her castle, the ice and snow cover everything else in the kingdom, which means that by fleeing into this fortress of false hope and freedom, everyone else waiting for her to come back gets to suffer even more. (Things depressed people do!) Whenever I watch the scene, what I think is "No no no that’s not the way to do things" and if Anna visiting the palace later and admiring everything and wishing for her to come back and Elsa suddenly realizing she made the wrong decision by putting up those literal walls — “I’m such a fool, I can’t be free” — and Anna having to show her she needs to openly embrace and share who she is with the people she loves in order to really be free and not isolate herself and live in her fictional world where everything is okay while the outside world suffers from her actions (THINGS DEPRESSED PEOPLE FUCKING DO), then I don’t know what to tell you. You might have watched a different movie because honestly, how can you misunderstand this.

huffle-fluff:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"As someone suffering from depression, I find Elsa’s ‘Let It Go’ misleading. You don’t just suddenly stop suffering from depression as the movie makes it out to be. It’s a long process, and it’s not magically vanished by a song and throwing a glove in the air"

I SCROLLED PAST THIS BUT THOUGHT ABOUT IT FOR LIKE THREE MORE MINUTES SO UGH LET ME MAKE ONE THING ABSOLUTELY CLEAR OKAY

"Let It Go" is NOT the cure for Elsa’s depression or whatever you might call is that she’s feeling. On the contrary, it is actually a really destructive song. She spends the entire scene building a world in which she’s the only one and shuts everyone out in fear of hurting them because she believes that being absolutely and completely alone is the only way for her to exist without bringing anyone harm. (Things depressed people do.) While she builds her castle, the ice and snow cover everything else in the kingdom, which means that by fleeing into this fortress of false hope and freedom, everyone else waiting for her to come back gets to suffer even more. (Things depressed people do!) Whenever I watch the scene, what I think is "No no no that’s not the way to do things" and if Anna visiting the palace later and admiring everything and wishing for her to come back and Elsa suddenly realizing she made the wrong decision by putting up those literal walls — “I’m such a fool, I can’t be free” — and Anna having to show her she needs to openly embrace and share who she is with the people she loves in order to really be free and not isolate herself and live in her fictional world where everything is okay while the outside world suffers from her actions (THINGS DEPRESSED PEOPLE FUCKING DO), then I don’t know what to tell you. You might have watched a different movie because honestly, how can you misunderstand this.

(via scyf)

renfamous:

British Kitchen Nightmares: “The risotto is overcooked and your restaurant needs new lighting.”

American Kitchen Nightmares: “YOUR STAFF DOES DRUGS ON THE CLOCK, YOUR FAMILY THINKS YOU’RE AN ASSHOLE AND THERE’S A LIVE RAT IN MY FOOD.”

(via scyf)