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husbandsir:

This statement better then anything I have ever read sums up the way my parents treat me.  

husbandsir:

This statement better then anything I have ever read sums up the way my parents treat me.  

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my-wanton-self:

So. I’m sitting at the hospital, waiting to pick up my grandmother who has been in for surgery. I’ve been asked by staff to wait in a lounge room and so I hit up tumblr on my iPad. I’m happily scrolling through the porn when I sense someone at my shoulder. It’s an older…

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husbandsir:

yup-that-exists:

Time bomb kitchen timer
Set the time for your muffins in style with this kitchen timer shaped like an old school time bomb. You can set up to 60 minutes of time. Perfect gadget for the passionate chef or cooking enthusiast. 
BUY IT HERE

Need this

husbandsir:

yup-that-exists:

Time bomb kitchen timer

Set the time for your muffins in style with this kitchen timer shaped like an old school time bomb. You can set up to 60 minutes of time. Perfect gadget for the passionate chef or cooking enthusiast. 

BUY IT HERE

Need this

— 1 day ago with 72 notes
tesria:

siddharthasmama:

amanda-breathes:

fullbodiedlovin:

Here’s to a week for the unconventional before and after photos, National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. For most of my life, I’ve been heavier, and consequently shamed and belittled for my weight.  When I started college, however, I weighed 103 pounds, was eating 400-600 calories a day, doing about 90 minutes of cardio daily, and most importantly, I was anorexic. I was 15 pounds underweight, but no one thought to say anything because they were too busy applauding me for my unnatural weight loss. This is me calling them out. This is my telling them they were wrong. This is me thanking my real life and tumblr friends for everything they done to get me to the wonderful place I am today. So fuck you traditional pictures of “healthy”, I may be fat, but I beat my eating disorder. 

FUCK YEA this makes me ridiculously happy.  

this is so important.

I want to applaud this woman so hard, and everyone who supported her and helped her stay strong. She’s done the real work, but support systems are important.
THIS is why I hate diets supposedly being the number one thing to be shoved at women. THIS is why I hate the media push to keep almost everyone on TV and in magazines so thin. THIS is why I reject every effort from outside myself to control my eating behaviours to “help” me lose weight. If I want to switch to healthier foods and different snacks, I will, but it won’t be so you can feel good about having “saved” a fat person and it will never be to make myself thin. Thin =/= healthy.
fullbodiedlovin is one more person this horrible fucking disease didn’t claim and that is definitely worth celebrating. Never underestimate the strength it took for her to beat it. If I see *anyone* saying *anything* negative about this post I will tear them to pieces.

tesria:

siddharthasmama:

amanda-breathes:

fullbodiedlovin:

Here’s to a week for the unconventional before and after photos, National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. For most of my life, I’ve been heavier, and consequently shamed and belittled for my weight.  When I started college, however, I weighed 103 pounds, was eating 400-600 calories a day, doing about 90 minutes of cardio daily, and most importantly, I was anorexic. I was 15 pounds underweight, but no one thought to say anything because they were too busy applauding me for my unnatural weight loss. This is me calling them out. This is my telling them they were wrong. This is me thanking my real life and tumblr friends for everything they done to get me to the wonderful place I am today. So fuck you traditional pictures of “healthy”, I may be fat, but I beat my eating disorder. 

FUCK YEA this makes me ridiculously happy.  

this is so important.

I want to applaud this woman so hard, and everyone who supported her and helped her stay strong. She’s done the real work, but support systems are important.

THIS is why I hate diets supposedly being the number one thing to be shoved at women. THIS is why I hate the media push to keep almost everyone on TV and in magazines so thin. THIS is why I reject every effort from outside myself to control my eating behaviours to “help” me lose weight. If I want to switch to healthier foods and different snacks, I will, but it won’t be so you can feel good about having “saved” a fat person and it will never be to make myself thin. Thin =/= healthy.

fullbodiedlovin is one more person this horrible fucking disease didn’t claim and that is definitely worth celebrating. Never underestimate the strength it took for her to beat it. If I see *anyone* saying *anything* negative about this post I will tear them to pieces.

(via lippykitten)

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falsepalindrome:

discoballdad:

Not only did this 3 year old leave the house on his own and walk to an arcade, but somehow got INSIDE this claw machine. 
While I would have lost my shit if I were his parent, he is kinda my new hero.

Most of the time I am quite excited about becoming a parent one day…until I see stuff like this. And then I have a horrific visions of forgetting my hypothetical child somewhere .But this is kinda funny.

falsepalindrome:

discoballdad:

Not only did this 3 year old leave the house on his own and walk to an arcade, but somehow got INSIDE this claw machine. 

While I would have lost my shit if I were his parent, he is kinda my new hero.

Most of the time I am quite excited about becoming a parent one day…until I see stuff like this. And then I have a horrific visions of forgetting my hypothetical child somewhere .

But this is kinda funny.

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falsepalindrome:

alittlebitridiculous:

doubtful-seer:

horsesforfraublucher:

thedevilstongue:

olivialaurel:

My dad and I were in a hotel and he tried the coffee and smiled and said “ahh, it’s like making love in a canoe.” and I said, “it’s that good?” and he stopped smiling and looked me in the eye and said, “no, it’s fucking close to water" before pouring it down the drain really dramatically and walking away.

Oh my GOD.

Extreme dad jokes.

Good lord…

MURKY

*snorts*

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falsepalindrome:

darkinternalthoughts:

animalssittingoncapybaras:

Aww Yiss. Motha. Fuckin. Insects.
Capybara and Cowbird symbiosis.

They really are an exceptional rodent

I remember the first time I saw a Cabybara…it was glorious.
Sometimes you need to a follow a blog just because it makes you giggle.

falsepalindrome:

darkinternalthoughts:

animalssittingoncapybaras:

Aww Yiss. Motha. Fuckin. Insects.

Capybara and Cowbird symbiosis.

They really are an exceptional rodent

I remember the first time I saw a Cabybara…it was glorious.

Sometimes you need to a follow a blog just because it makes you giggle.

(Source: richardbernabe.com)

— 1 day ago with 918 notes