every single person who reblogs this
will get “doot doot” in their ask box
I WANT TO KNOW YOUR SECRETSERIOUSLY THOUGH WHAT ARE YOU
I GOT THIS AND I WAS LIKE WHAT THE FUCK
there are over 128,000 notes and i still got one
i reblogged this less than 2 minutes ago
how the actual fuck
my mum wanted to show me some big nutella jars she found in costco so she showed me this
and i was like for real 40 dollars for nutella how???
this is how
costco doesnt fuck around11 pounds!!! OMG (◎-◎；)
Tumblr? Tumblr, are you okay? Speak to me, Tumblr! *fans*
And to think I said that the GIGANTIC bottles- I mean TUBS of Nutella I saw everywhere in Rome would never make it overseas.
Thin privilege is being able to say you’re looking for a way to boost your energy without having everyone in the room say “exercise,” under the assumption that you don’t. And not having to debate whether or not it’s even worth it to stand up for yourself, because it’s not like anyone would actually listen to you anyway.
Hmm, I don’t know if this is the greatest example of thin privilege. I mean, I’ve been on both sides of thin privilege despite never getting to the worst victimization, but whenever I’ve mentioned that I want more energy, no matter who I’ve said that too, or what size I was, the first thing every person told me was “exercise”. That was the first thing my doctor told me, when I was thin, when I was bigger, and even now when I’m thin again. That’s the first thing every self help book will have on that list, along with a possible list of clean foods that will give you a lot of energy and vitality. It’s more about the endorphins and just plain energy that comes from exercise that that is using the first thing people with say, followed by a question of sleep. I just think this example isn’t the greatest, unless the person who’s said this says it in a degrading way.
Why have people started following me… I have nothing to offer…..
“What if the cure for cancer is trapped inside the mind of the baby you’re considering aborting?”
what if the cure for cancer would have eventually developed inside the mind of a teenage girl who made a mistake and was forced to drop out of school and never receive an education in order to raise a child she did not want.
What if that teenage girl decided to have the baby and put it up for adoption, continue her schooling with little pause, the baby continuing his/her life, and the cure for cancer is a combination of the research of both people at different times, one working off the other?
Why can’t you care about both?