thesquirrelisonfire:


I STILL HAVEN’T FOUND MY BERRIES

thesquirrelisonfire:

I STILL HAVEN’T FOUND MY BERRIES

taco-bell-rey:

i wonder where the world would be if Justin Timberlake didn’t bring sexy back

adirred:

rebekyboo:

timelordy-teganbreann:

seblaine:

australian adverts are slowly becoming my favourite

omg



This rivalry’s heating up.

adirred:

rebekyboo:

timelordy-teganbreann:

seblaine:

australian adverts are slowly becoming my favourite

omg

image

This rivalry’s heating up.

aflockofseagulls:

let’s play a game called “how much of this homework can i do in school tomorrow”

mermaids-and-moons:

rocknroses:

haneefistheonlyone:

haneefistheonlyone:

nedahoyin:

queenqueerqutie:


Martin Bauendahl

Real life vs Societal expectations

Wow..

This really hits home 

Seriously though I wake up in the morning and go to bed at night feeling insecure about my breasts because they look like the ones on the left and not the right and I’ve just felt so uneasy about that for a while but this picture has given me a completely different mindset. Both are completely fine, It’s not my fault, it’s not our fault that we may not meet societal expectations. Our bodies are our bodies and we should love and embrace them no matter what.

THIS

I love this. Coming from a small chested person, I’ve been taught that because I don’t have bigger breasts I can’t pull of clothing, especially swimsuits as well as a fuller chested woman can. I have been made fun of endlessly, especially when I want to enjoy the summer in a bathing suit. I’ve heard everything from my chest looks like a teenage boy’s, my boobs are like mosquito bites, and that I’m “flat as a board.” Can’t all breasts be beautiful?

mermaids-and-moons:

rocknroses:

haneefistheonlyone:

haneefistheonlyone:

nedahoyin:

queenqueerqutie:

Martin Bauendahl

Real life vs Societal expectations

Wow..

This really hits home 

Seriously though I wake up in the morning and go to bed at night feeling insecure about my breasts because they look like the ones on the left and not the right and I’ve just felt so uneasy about that for a while but this picture has given me a completely different mindset. Both are completely fine, It’s not my fault, it’s not our fault that we may not meet societal expectations. Our bodies are our bodies and we should love and embrace them no matter what.

THIS

I love this. Coming from a small chested person, I’ve been taught that because I don’t have bigger breasts I can’t pull of clothing, especially swimsuits as well as a fuller chested woman can. I have been made fun of endlessly, especially when I want to enjoy the summer in a bathing suit. I’ve heard everything from my chest looks like a teenage boy’s, my boobs are like mosquito bites, and that I’m “flat as a board.” Can’t all breasts be beautiful?

pregnantfitmom:

casualblessings:

May you have enough money to pay your bills this month with a little extra left over for a bit of fun.

This is one of the nicest things to wish for someone

ivettehomestuck:

almondskeyess:

no but really short people are so mean dude. i got a lot of short friends and they kinda scare me

us tall people are so nice and soft-hearted and everyone always picks on us for being tall and we’re like “haha yeah”

short people will easily start planning a murder if u pick on them

It’s because they’re closer to hell.

metafuneral:

ajaxdotcom:

metafuneral:

teacher: hey you are failing your classes idiot

student: you know what teach? i dont give a swag *walks out*

that student.. as you may have already guessed.. was albert einstein

um..i think you made this up for notes?

first of all, how dare you

bettywhite4ever:

I wanna be hot enough to make people question their sexual orientation

feeltheillinoise-:

EVERY FCUKING TIEM I CAN’T HANDLE THIS JOKE