My Chemical Romance → The Ghost of You
I never said I’d lie and wait forever
If I died, we’d be together
I can’t always just forget her
But she could try
Ok, so i’m not trying to get you to pity me, but I felt the need to address this. I’m a size 0-2 (depends on the store), and I weigh less than 100 pounds. I eat what I want, exercise regularly, participate in PE, and my doctors say I am at a healthy weight for my height (i’m barely 5 feet). I constantly get called anorexic behind my back, when in reality I am very healthy. I eat veggies, fruit, protein, all that good stuff. But I also eat cakes, cookies, snickers, candies, ice cream, etc. And no, I do not throw it all up. It’s just the way I am, I was born with this body type. But something I’ve been noticing on Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and in real life, is that when people are trying to defend and comfort someone more curvy, often times we just insult people who are slim. Sometimes that evolves into stereotyping people who are slim to be anorexic, ugly, and just disgusting. Now, don’t get me wrong, I have absolutely nothing against people with curves. I think everyone is beautiful, but this just pisses me off so much. I mean, I’m starting to feel bad about being slim! What I want everyone reading this to remember is that
- not all slim people have an eating disorder
- never insult another group of people to defend another
- except all body types
- there is such a thing as skinny shaming, and it needs to stop
for further reading on this topic: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dana-oliver/skinny-shaming_b_3506313.html#slide=1597436
Friends don’t let friends scratch their helmets
HE FUCKIIN SAVED HIM FROM BREAKIN HIS NECK
his teeth fucking shined
Finish the sentence: Do me
a favor and do me
and fucking do me
and then after that you’re going to fucking do me
From some of of the first color footage ever (c.1902), captured with the process invented by Edward Turner.
But this is kind os creepy as balls because there isn’t a very noticeable cut
Loki protecting Jane Foster deleted scene
i have to post it again because of reasons!
Anonymous asked: So I was discussing ectogenesis (transferring a fetus to an artificial womb for development, for any followers who don't know) with my pro-life friend. I explained it to her enthusiastically thinking "Finally, a solution that will make abortion unnecessary and everyone can be happy". But her response pointed out that THE REAL ISSUE is not the life of a fetus or anything like that, but pro-lifers wanting pregnant women to "face the consequences for their actions and take responsibility".