grumpys:

i hate when you’re not in the same mood as your friend like when you want to slay your enemies and feast on their flesh and your friend wants to dance in a field of daisies and sing for the sake of singing like no stop that grab a pitchfork

sickforya:

raise your hand if you’re tired and sad and wanna make out with a girl

Every weight loss program, no matter how positively it’s packaged, whispers to you that you’re not right. You’re not good enough. You’re unacceptable and you need to be fixed. I officially reject that message. I reject it for myself, and I reject it on your behalf, too.

Kim Brittingham, Read My Hips: How I Learned to Love My Body, Ditch Dieting, and Live Large (via fourteendrawings)

THIS. I hate the way weight loss programs present themselves as a means to “true happiness”. Those programs don’t teach you healthy habits. They teach you that restricting food from yourself to be skinnier is the only way to be happy.

(via your-bodyisbeautiful)

risarodil:

That’s got to be the goal: to destroy less and create more. To increase awesome and decrease suck.
~ Hank Green

risarodil:

That’s got to be the goal: to destroy less and create more. To increase awesome and decrease suck.

~ Hank Green

He kissed her. Without warning, without permission. Without even deciding to do it, but simply because he couldn’t have done anything else. He needed that breath she was holding. It belonged to him, and he wanted it back.