"Most of the intelligence community doesn’t believe he exists. The ones that do call him the ｡*:★Kawaii Soldier★:*｡. He’s an adorable ghost, you’ll never find him.”
(Source: leeeeeeeeeegooooooooolaaaaaaaaas, via jackie-lyns)
when I was like 9 my neighbors asked me to watch their fish and cat while they went on vacation and I was like “lol k” and while they were gone tHE FUCKING FISH DIED so when they got home I apologized to the mom and she was just like “no need to apologize, I turned the filter off so they would die because they are too much work. You did nothing wrong” and she gave me 20 bucks and that is the story of my first contracted murder
(Source: penceyprepofficial, via dancewithnaru)
fat friends are so crucial
What does this even mean? As a “fat friend” I have no idea what this is supposed to imply. Why are we so crucial? How am I beneficial to people who aren’t overweight? So they can pity me? Am I some kind of self-esteem boost? I’m somewhat offended by this very vague reason, which I have obviously…
I am fat so I reblogged it because for me having other wonderful fat friends in my life is so so so important because they understand what its like (especially to be a fat woman). I love my best friend so much, but she just doesn’t understand what its like to be fat from how people treat you to shopping for clothes to the constant running commentary i have going on in my head about my body. Ex: I am so so aware of just exactly how much space my body takes up at any given time (and how tight my clothes are on my fat.) To have other people who I can talk to about these things who understand is so helpful and talking about is really healing.
I understand why you are upset, and thats totally valid! I just wanted to explain why I (and maybe others) reblogged that.
I’m really glad you replied. For me, I am the only one. I have some friends who are a bit over weight, but no one weighs as much as I do. I’ve constantly have had friends smaller than myself, so I can see that having friends close to one’s own weight could spur conversations that would be encouraging and beneficial. *Sigh* Maybe someday I won’t be so sensitive about this subject.