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15

Aug

jasonisanopenbook:

This might be the best thing ever.

jasonisanopenbook:

This might be the best thing ever.

(Source: televandalist)

lesternyegaard:

earn31:

Harry Potter reading Harry Potter on the set of Harry Potter during shooting of Harry Potter.

potterception

lesternyegaard:

earn31:

Harry Potter reading Harry Potter on the set of Harry Potter during shooting of Harry Potter.

potterception

09

Aug

(Source: kiekstn)

regisfiliaaa:

Got ‘em, coach!

Ouch.

regisfiliaaa:

Got ‘em, coach!

Ouch.

waterking:

what the fuck?

"What the fuck?" Indeed!

08

Aug

bitchesaloud:

homocrimes:

i hate gays

i love gays

What is there to hate? They’re awesome!

(Source: cocaineteas)

kingsleyyy:

when the bus driver slams on the breaks… image

 

 

What is your favourite travelling/road trip game to play?

I fucking LOVE Mamrie!

(Source: ihartgrace)

clockest:

I HAVENT STOPPED LAUGHING AT THIS 

clockest:

I HAVENT STOPPED LAUGHING AT THIS 

becuzbacon:

she is petrified and so am i

Uhm, OUCH!

(Source: iheardtheysuck)

meghantonjes:

I’ve been seeing some comments on my previous posts pointing out that I’m overweight, therefore unhealthy and undeserving of confidence or respect. Let’s set the record real straight. You can’t look at someone and KNOW their health. You can’t. There are people of all sizes who deal with diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure. Until you are a doctor and have test results in your hand, you DONT know anyone’s health, anyone’s past or the intricacies of anyone’s body. Assumption isn’t fact. Also, a clean bill of health isn’t a requirement for being loved. If it was, there are many friends and family members of yours you would, by the nature of your own mindset, need to shame because UNHEALTHY means UNLOVEABLE. Many of the people pointing fingers drink, smoke, eat processed foods, use chemicals on their skin, hair and in their homes. You all have the possibility and the probability of dealing with health issues at some point in your life due to lifestyle decisions or genetics, usually a mix of the both.  Don’t pretend to care about the health of stranger that you know NOTHING about. It’s disingenuous and shameful. Focus on finding love for yourself so you can share that love with other people. Kindness begets kindness. 
Wherever you are in your journey with your body, it’s important that you love that body. No weight guarantees your healthiness. No size guarantees your happiness. 
#bootyrevolution

!

meghantonjes:

I’ve been seeing some comments on my previous posts pointing out that I’m overweight, therefore unhealthy and undeserving of confidence or respect. Let’s set the record real straight. You can’t look at someone and KNOW their health. You can’t. There are people of all sizes who deal with diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure. Until you are a doctor and have test results in your hand, you DONT know anyone’s health, anyone’s past or the intricacies of anyone’s body. Assumption isn’t fact. Also, a clean bill of health isn’t a requirement for being loved. If it was, there are many friends and family members of yours you would, by the nature of your own mindset, need to shame because UNHEALTHY means UNLOVEABLE. Many of the people pointing fingers drink, smoke, eat processed foods, use chemicals on their skin, hair and in their homes. You all have the possibility and the probability of dealing with health issues at some point in your life due to lifestyle decisions or genetics, usually a mix of the both. 
Don’t pretend to care about the health of stranger that you know NOTHING about. It’s disingenuous and shameful. Focus on finding love for yourself so you can share that love with other people. Kindness begets kindness. 

Wherever you are in your journey with your body, it’s important that you love that body. No weight guarantees your healthiness. No size guarantees your happiness. 

#bootyrevolution

!