cexjay:

my goal is to be the ‘we didn’t notice her in highschool but damn we should’ve’ girl

(Source: antiteen)

My brother and I have this thing going on

thehalfbloodbriton:

I walked into the kitchen one morning to find this:

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Naturally, I changed it

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This went on for a few weeks until one day:

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Which evoked all this:

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Noimage

letters

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missed

image

out

fanofthedoctor3:

andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

djko31:

andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

GUYS I WAS SINGING IN THE SHOWER AND I THOUGHT I WAS ALONE IN THE BATHROOM ‘CAUSE IT’S A COMMUNAL BATHROOM AND WHEN I FINISHED AND SHUT OFF THE SHOWER PEOPLE FUCKING APPLAUDED 

I DON’T THINK YOU UNDERSTAND I NEARLY HAD A HEART ATTACK 

GUYS

I’m laughing more than I should…..

GUYS THIS WASN’T SUPPOSED TO GET ANY NOTES WHAT ARE YOU DOING 

GUYS

are you kidding this is hilarious

channelyouranger:

headonyourchest:

blackcatandme:

I stood naked over him and took a picture

Why do I love everything about this

this is so cute

channelyouranger:

headonyourchest:

blackcatandme:

I stood naked over him and took a picture

Why do I love everything about this

this is so cute

(Source: )

laoih:

7.18 - Party On, Garth

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If Harry Potter characters had tumblr pt.2

(Source: riddlemetom)

onlinepunk:

Do u ever hate an entire subset of ppl so much

fauxyshazam:

"if you’re straight and white tumblr will lynch you~"

fun fact!! there are actual places in the real irl world today (2014!) where if you are anything other than straight and white you will actually get lynched! literally! they will literally kill you!! isn’t that wild??

foxhex:

liza-land:

how I wear art is none of your business

"The difference between people with tattoos and people without tattoos is that people with tattoos don’t give a shit if you don’t have any."

(Source: soilesusanna)

Jensen still smiles at Jared in the same way  (•◡•)

(Source: karaokedean)

heisenburga:


lsdjupiterqueen:

so lol.

#whiteboysbelike


stopwhiteboys2k14

heisenburga:

lsdjupiterqueen:

so lol.

#whiteboysbelike

stopwhiteboys2k14

elmakias:

caraphatash:

Adam’s comments are my favourite

GRACIAS I AM MAKING AN EFFORT 

blogilates:

Wow. I just got an email from Instagram saying that they deleted my last post. 

ARE. YOU. FREAKING. KIDDING ME!?? 

I am beyond annoyed that our inspirational conversations and emotional experiences were erased by Instagram because they thought it was child pornography. Well thanks Instagram and the people who reported it. How about you read the caption for once?

I’m reposting the whole thing on my blog. I will not be silenced.

blogilates:

Wow. I just got an email from Instagram saying that they deleted my last post.

ARE. YOU. FREAKING. KIDDING ME!??

I am beyond annoyed that our inspirational conversations and emotional experiences were erased by Instagram because they thought it was child pornography. Well thanks Instagram and the people who reported it. How about you read the caption for once?

I’m reposting the whole thing on my blog. I will not be silenced.

blogilates:

This image strikes me hard. As I little girl, I was chubby, I was made fun of (having my last name didn’t help either), and I do remember turning my fingers into little scissors and wishing I could cut off my fat.

Honestly, I didn’t even know what fat was or that anything was “wrong” with me until the other kids told me so. Some days I was really terrified of going to school. I tried to distract it all by just studying harder.

It wasn’t until 7th grade when I started to get taller/skinnier and when I moved to a new school that the bullying stopped. 

This notion that “thinner is better” and that “fat is bad” gets ingrained in kids’ head from an early age…whether it’s subliminally from media or just hearing it from other family members complaining about their bodies. So it is HARD to accept your body when everyone tells you not to. Body dissatisfaction begins to take over your life and you become obsessed with changing it. And you know what? Some girls won’t know how to. That’s when the dangerous habits begin.

"Over 80 percent of 10-year-old girls are afraid of being fat. By middle school, 40-70 percent of girls are dissatisfied with two or more parts of their body, and body satisfaction hits rock bottom between the ages of 12 and 15." (NYC.gov)

So how do I like my body now that I’m a fitness instructor? There’s days when I love it and days when I hate it just like any other girl. Social media comments don’t make it any easier, but seriously if you make stupid remarks and your profile is private and you have no followers, just stop it. 

I know that at the end of the day, I am more than just my physical appearance. Seriously. My body holds my talents, my dreams, and my drive. It doesn’t define me. So don’t let it define you either. Let’s teach our little girls this. They don’t need to know that anything is wrong with their body because there isn’t. They just need to know that they should smile, work hard, and reach for their wildest dreams, whatever it may be. The change starts with this generation, now.

Thanks @fit2fat2fitwife and @fit2fat2fit for the emotional conversation yesterday.

blogilates:

This image strikes me hard. As I little girl, I was chubby, I was made fun of (having my last name didn’t help either), and I do remember turning my fingers into little scissors and wishing I could cut off my fat.

Honestly, I didn’t even know what fat was or that anything was “wrong” with me until the other kids told me so. Some days I was really terrified of going to school. I tried to distract it all by just studying harder.

It wasn’t until 7th grade when I started to get taller/skinnier and when I moved to a new school that the bullying stopped.

This notion that “thinner is better” and that “fat is bad” gets ingrained in kids’ head from an early age…whether it’s subliminally from media or just hearing it from other family members complaining about their bodies. So it is HARD to accept your body when everyone tells you not to. Body dissatisfaction begins to take over your life and you become obsessed with changing it. And you know what? Some girls won’t know how to. That’s when the dangerous habits begin.

"Over 80 percent of 10-year-old girls are afraid of being fat. By middle school, 40-70 percent of girls are dissatisfied with two or more parts of their body, and body satisfaction hits rock bottom between the ages of 12 and 15." (NYC.gov)

So how do I like my body now that I’m a fitness instructor? There’s days when I love it and days when I hate it just like any other girl. Social media comments don’t make it any easier, but seriously if you make stupid remarks and your profile is private and you have no followers, just stop it.

I know that at the end of the day, I am more than just my physical appearance. Seriously. My body holds my talents, my dreams, and my drive. It doesn’t define me. So don’t let it define you either. Let’s teach our little girls this. They don’t need to know that anything is wrong with their body because there isn’t. They just need to know that they should smile, work hard, and reach for their wildest dreams, whatever it may be. The change starts with this generation, now.

Thanks @fit2fat2fitwife and @fit2fat2fit for the emotional conversation yesterday.

browngirlblues:

her-name-is-wena:

browngirlblues:

I hate it when men make unsolicited comments about a woman’s body. Like “she’s got a nice shape but she needs to tighten up her stomach”

How about you tighten up your lips and never speak again you ignorant shit.

Wow maybe you need to accept constructive criticism jesus christ.

Men telling me (or any other woman) what I need to do for them to find me sexually attractive is not constructive criticism.