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otakumusician:

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FUCKING HIT PLAY OH MY GOD

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"So, what if, instead of thinking about solving your whole life, you just think about adding additional good things. One at a time. Just let your pile of good things grow."

Attachments, Rainbow Rowell  (via ha-n)

Holy crap. This. This. This.

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(Source: anditslove, via on-my-own-journey)

I hate myself. I am a horrible, terrible person.

randomguy2015:

unicornempire:

the-real-goddamazon:

This post is so important.

This is the best post made in the history of ever. I’m so serious.

Pin-Up Cats

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"What would your 7 year old self say if she saw you politely refusing your favorite flavor of ice cream.
(Mint chocolate chip goes best with warm summer nights)
What would she think if she knew you drank coffee black.
(You use to tell your mom it tasted like gasoline)
Skipped breakfast.
(Your dad made pancakes every Sunday morning)
Ran until your lungs couldn’t take in oxygen fast enough.
(No one is chasing you anymore)
Counting every calorie.
(You never liked math)
What would she say if she saw you hating yourself ."

— (via themilkywhiteway)

(Source: weallwritealong, via toethefinishline)

shreddingtopanga:

Welcome to some frighteningly close angles of my FACE.

You are so beautiful.

It’s been over ten years since Friends ended. Not sure how I’ve made it this long.

Why is this my be all, end all?

unrealisticlessly:

i want to be really healthy and drink green tea and go to bed early and study really hard and get my life in order but then again i kinda don’t care about anything and i just want to drink coffee all the time and ignore sleep and study whenever i feel like it and let myself fall apart twice a week

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Reblog if you’ve been told you have a nice ass.

(Source: born-to-be-wildd, via silly-cutie-pretty-weirdo)

wetheurban:

PHOTOGRAPHY: Diggie Vitt’s Surreal 365 Project

Photographer Diggie Vitt plays with visual improbabilities in his growing collection of surreal photography and self-portraits.

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Amazing.

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to-better-manage-my-damage:

heritage-and-tradition:

saraaasays:

thecarolinawife:

aflowerfaerie:

saraaasays:

SCREW this. You don’t wear a size zero? Great! How about you be proud of whatever size you are instead of being a twat and putting down people who are naturally small? Guess I must look like a dang 12 year old then. I hate this. Imagine if this read, “No, I don’t wear a size 14. But that’s only because I have the body of a woman, not the body of a hippo.” See how messed up that is? If you’re going to be proud of who you are and what you look like, don’t criticize those who are different from you and take jabs any which way you can. It makes you look like a fool.

Proud size 12 here and let me just tell you that things like this piss me off too. Thin shaming is a thing and I’m not even going to sit here and be told otherwise. I would be really pissed off if it read the hippo way and this image is just as bad. Shaming another woman to bring yourself (or other women) up is just as disgusting as someone put you down for your size. General “you” of course. Stop shaming other women to make yourself feel better. Society as a whole makes us feel shitty enough. All my size 0 ladies, I got your back if you’ve got mine.

I cried my eyes out because my mother-in-law just posted this same picture. It is so incredibly hurtful to see that people think my lack of curves do not make me a real woman. I’ve had to endure comments like this my entire life but it is so much worse as an adult. People would always tell me, “You’ll get boobs someday!” but “someday” has come and gone. My breasts will never be over an A cup and my hips will never be wider than a size 00. Do you think I enjoy having the body of a middle school girl? No, so please do not remind me of it.
For every woman who has cried over being too curvy, there is another who has cried for not having any. Please, PLEASE do not tell any woman that she is not “real.”

^^^That comment seriously made me so sad. :(

As somebody that is definitely not a size zero, I have to say that these aggravate me too. I know a lot of women that are naturally really thin and no matter how much they try they can’t fill out. Some healthy women are naturally a little underweight and some are naturally a little overweight. A lot of it’s in your skeletal structure, too, so you can’t very well change that: You can’t make your hipbones any wider just like I can’t make mine any narrower. The only time to really make comments about somebody’s size is when health becomes a factor (i.e. anorexia or morbid obesity or something like that that they shouldn’t feel proud of because it’s dangerous).

i’m glad people on tumblr are reacting better than those on facebook to this(where everyone is defending it thinking “well thin people have no problems so who cares about their feelings, and anyway, thin girls are ugly lol!” because on the site this came from, called “SO WHAT I’M FAT!” most people are thin bashing and saying how “true” this image is. i don’t usually talk about body shaming on facebook but after one of my former “friends” posted this i couldn’t stay quiet. i deleted her and gave the page a piece of my mind. i’ve worked my ass off to gain weight and finally be healthy again, and i’m still a size 0. so i’ll be damned if bitter, body shaming assholes are going to tell me my weight restored body makes me a child. i’ve been through hell and back to get healthy again and shit like this pisses me off to no end. being body positive is for all bodies, and that include size 0’s.

to-better-manage-my-damage:

heritage-and-tradition:

saraaasays:

thecarolinawife:

aflowerfaerie:

saraaasays:

SCREW this. You don’t wear a size zero? Great! How about you be proud of whatever size you are instead of being a twat and putting down people who are naturally small? Guess I must look like a dang 12 year old then. I hate this. Imagine if this read, “No, I don’t wear a size 14. But that’s only because I have the body of a woman, not the body of a hippo.” See how messed up that is? If you’re going to be proud of who you are and what you look like, don’t criticize those who are different from you and take jabs any which way you can. It makes you look like a fool.

Proud size 12 here and let me just tell you that things like this piss me off too. Thin shaming is a thing and I’m not even going to sit here and be told otherwise. I would be really pissed off if it read the hippo way and this image is just as bad. Shaming another woman to bring yourself (or other women) up is just as disgusting as someone put you down for your size. General “you” of course. Stop shaming other women to make yourself feel better. Society as a whole makes us feel shitty enough. All my size 0 ladies, I got your back if you’ve got mine.

I cried my eyes out because my mother-in-law just posted this same picture. It is so incredibly hurtful to see that people think my lack of curves do not make me a real woman. I’ve had to endure comments like this my entire life but it is so much worse as an adult. People would always tell me, “You’ll get boobs someday!” but “someday” has come and gone. My breasts will never be over an A cup and my hips will never be wider than a size 00. Do you think I enjoy having the body of a middle school girl? No, so please do not remind me of it.

For every woman who has cried over being too curvy, there is another who has cried for not having any. Please, PLEASE do not tell any woman that she is not “real.”

^^^That comment seriously made me so sad. :(

As somebody that is definitely not a size zero, I have to say that these aggravate me too. I know a lot of women that are naturally really thin and no matter how much they try they can’t fill out. Some healthy women are naturally a little underweight and some are naturally a little overweight. A lot of it’s in your skeletal structure, too, so you can’t very well change that: You can’t make your hipbones any wider just like I can’t make mine any narrower. The only time to really make comments about somebody’s size is when health becomes a factor (i.e. anorexia or morbid obesity or something like that that they shouldn’t feel proud of because it’s dangerous).

i’m glad people on tumblr are reacting better than those on facebook to this(where everyone is defending it thinking “well thin people have no problems so who cares about their feelings, and anyway, thin girls are ugly lol!” because on the site this came from, called “SO WHAT I’M FAT!” most people are thin bashing and saying how “true” this image is. i don’t usually talk about body shaming on facebook but after one of my former “friends” posted this i couldn’t stay quiet. i deleted her and gave the page a piece of my mind. i’ve worked my ass off to gain weight and finally be healthy again, and i’m still a size 0. so i’ll be damned if bitter, body shaming assholes are going to tell me my weight restored body makes me a child. i’ve been through hell and back to get healthy again and shit like this pisses me off to no end. being body positive is for all bodies, and that include size 0’s.

(via thatsnotthinprivilege)

emi-oddity:

Yes yes and more yes

emi-oddity:

Yes yes and more yes

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