My Parents and I Watch a Lot of Disney
- Me: Hey Mom, I've been thinking...
- Mom: A dangerous past time
- Me: I know.
- Dad: *from the kitchen* This crazy old coot is your father, and his sanity's only so so.
- Me: ........
- Mom: .......
- Dad: *laughing at how awesome he thinks he is*
I remember when I was doing Rent and I was too thin, and I was doing that on purpose because I’m dying, I’m a HIV+ drug addict. I remember having to eat raw food and doing all this work to make sure I could stay thin… And I remember everyone asking me when I was doing press for the movie, “what did you do to get so thin? You looked great!” and I’m like, “I looked emaciated.”
It’s a form of violence in the way that we look at women and how we expect them to look and be, for… what’s sake? Not health, not survival, not enjoyment of life, but just so that you can look ‘pretty’.
I’m constantly telling girls all the time, “everything’s airbrushed, everything’s retouched, to the point of just that it’s never even asked, and none of us look like that.”
- Rosario Dawson
I love my mom.
I am risking nothing
I AM SORRY FOLLOWERS, I LOVE MY MOMMY
Will not risk.
sorry followers :(
omg im so glad to se so many people love their mummys
this shit scares me
The very fact that this has 600,000+ notes makes me laugh hard. I think that’s the most notes I’ve seen on anything.
DON’T DIE MOMMYYYYYYYY
Apparently I can’t tell the difference between stuffed toy and stuffed animal in some of these…
OMG I WANT A STUFFED TESSERACT
OMG COULSON ALL THE FEELS!
I just love being welcomed grandly :D
get it gurl
What is your favorite sex position? (x)
((I JUST SPIT MY WATER OUT AFTER HEARING THE FIRST 2 SECONDS))
this may not be strictly appropriate for this blog.
but it’s in the spirit.
IT’S MY (and mistlethalia’s) BLOG I DO WHAT I WANT.
That moment when you hear your family talking shit about you when you are right upstairs.
It seems to be that everyone is obsessed with the future. We try to predict the end if the world, we dream about our careers and future selves, and we lay awake at night thinking of the “what if’s?”. With a new year approaching, everyone will be planning and setting new resolutions for 2013. Whether it be losing weight, falling in love, or simply studying better, people set up boundaries and goals that may in fact be impossible to achieve. Yet we still dream up scenarios of achieving things that we have no way of knowing for certain we will ever even come into close reach. Why do we do this to ourselves?
People love uncertainty. There is something forbidden, mysterious, and even sensuously appealing to not having any clue as to what the future has in store. When nothing is set in stone, more possibilities arise and dreams soar. The “what if’s?” come rushing in and we eventually begin to make plans for things that haven’t happened yet. Sometimes we even get so caught up in our imaginations that the futures that we create in our heads are our only realities. This can be very dangerous.
When we get so absorbed in planning for our futures we forget to look at the present. We forget to look back at the moments that put us where we are today and what made us the people we are and we go ahead and yearn for something that at the moment is out of our hands. This is what is so tricky about the future: no matter how thoughtfully and carefully we plan, no matter how hard we wish or dream, we will never really know our futures. There are many things people plan for and then life decides to lead you into another direction. This isn’t always a bad thing however.
I’m not saying to give up on your dreams. Without dreams we wouldn’t have any hope for any sort of future. We’d live in dull, hapless lives with no color, no creativity and no joy. Dreams are what have shaped this world. But we shouldn’t let these dreams and these plans for the future dictate our lives. Dreaming about things to come makes us overlook the things that make us happy right now. We begin to take things for granted, and eventually we begin to wonder why we ever formed our dreams about the future in the first place. It’s rather a complicated and confusing circle of events, but it can be marvelous and wonderful. Dreams tend to cause those emotions.
My message this New Year is to not forget about the present. While planning for future things can be exciting, we never know what the future has in store for us. Appreciate the people and things that make you happy right now and hold onto them. Before you know it, it will be the future, and you may end up regretting your past. Who knows, maybe your future will include something for your present.
The future can be unpredictable, but the present is always certain.
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