"You ever hold a baby and just say like, I could just dropkick this baby!"
Stop watching Jontron because he’s offensive, stop watching Rooster Teeth because they are offensive, stop watching animated cartoons and let’s players on youtube because they are offensive.
Stop watching youtube, stop watching life, don’t watch anything.
What’s with all the Jontron drama?
I support feminism to a degree but honestly, when stuff like this comes up i feel like the feminist community is hypocritical as fuck.
It’s honestly painful to be a male supporting feminism when a large portion of feminists consider men to be terrible terrible…
Literally this is my life.
I wish some people would realize this.
The left is me 1 and a half months ago at 275 pounds
I’ve been fat my whole life basically and I just kinda accepted it
I got called fatass a lot and one day I just decided that would be all I would amount to.
And one morning I just got tired of it, I got tired of being addicted to food and not doing shit with my body.
I wouldnt have started this journey without the help of my dad
He really is my personal trainer and my accountability partner in all of this. We’re on this health journey together and I couldn’t do half the things I do without him telling me that I can do anytging I put my mind to
The picture on the right is me today
I’m at 250 pounds and I’ve started putting on muscle from the gym. I’m eating healthy and organic for once and you know what, it’s not half bad. Hell I have to make myself sometimes, people don’t realize they get so hungry when they eat shitty food because it has no nutrients that you need and that’s definatly something I’ve learned along the way.
Honestly I’m so happy with myself
I don’t cringe when I see my double chin in pictures because it’s not there anymore.
I’ve dropped 2 jean sizes and I’m wearing pants I haven’t worn in years
And there’s still more room to go.
If I can do if anyone can do it. If you’ve ever felt held back by your weight and felt like the real you can be there because of your weight, you can change just like I did. It’s not an easy journey but I already feel the effects and I don’t want to go back. Carly I blogged so you can follow me again
“Hug people, not toilet bowls.”
A girl I knew, who suffered from bulimia, used to say this in the hospital, everyday, to herself in the mirror. She said it made her smile, and reminded her that people hug back, toilet bowls don’t.
It’s not meant to be a joke, or to offend anyone, and mind you, I didn’t come up with it, I’m just the photographer. But I think it portrays bulimia very well. The toilet becomes one of your best friends when you have bulimia. And the people who were your friends slowly begin to fade away in your life until that toilet bowl becomes one of the most important things in your life.
I need to remember this story
I actually really love this. Especially the part about people hugging back and toilet bowls don’t.
I thought this was a reminder for people to sit the right way on a toilet…
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