We asked twenty strangers to kiss for the first time….
OH MY ACTUAL GOD THE UPS GUY JUST CAME TO DROP OFF TWO PACKAGES, AND WHEN HE BROUGHT THEM BEHIND THE DESK, ONE OF THEM WAS WAY BIG, SO I SAID “OH, WOW, THAT IS A HUGE PACKAGE” AND NOW I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING THIS IS HOW PORNOS START
Fra fee looks like a magical fairy boy who got lost in the human world but loves it here anyway
NO BUT YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND!! FEE MEANS LITERALLY FAIRY IN GERMAN!!
For fat women, being stylish isn’t a luxury. It’s often a necessity to get hired, to get access to healthcare, to get treated like a human being.
Fat women have all kinds of narratives about sloppiness, laziness, dirtiness to overcome. Sometimes heels are a crucial part of looking “put together” in a way that sufficiently convinces people that we care about ourselves, that manages to counteract pervasive cultural narratives that fat people don’t care about ourselves. That we have “let ourselves go.”
Being “put together” is part of the way many of us convey to a judgmental world that we are worth caring about.
I get treated completely differently at a $20 hair salon if I’m dressed up or dressed down. Two totally different experiences. I get treated differently at the doctor’s office, and at the emergency room. I can’t go to the ER in sweatpants, because I’ll get shittier treatment. In an emergency, I have to worry if I am dressed up enough to prove that I deserve respect and care.
This resonates so much with me. I get treated completely differently when I have my makeup on and am wearing nice clothes, versus when I’m causal and no makeup. And no, this isn’t the same thing for thin people, because for the few years I was average sized (60 lbs less than now) I could get away with looking casual or wearing sweatpants and still be treated normally. Fat women have to put in SO much extra effort to just be on the same playing field in society. And that is wrong.
i love my dog ;-;
i decided to be a deer tonight
Not long to go!👶😝
ANNIE - Official Trailer (2014)
if you ever see me reblog something as a link please dont judge me im sorry im probably on mobile and didnt mean it
Joseph Begley lights up rooms in a cheeky way with ‘Slap It’
A quick pinch or squeeze of the ‘slap it’ lamp by London-based designer Joseph Begley brightens up rooms with its warm glow. made from realistic feeling silicone, the cheeky light responds to pressure sensors when it is touched, directly turning it on or off.
Ok can I have
Booty booty booty lighten everywhere!