So this is a PSA: People often get fat. This includes people in whose appearances you feel somehow invested — whether because you used to sleep with them, or because you saw them play Batman at a formative age.
This sense of investment is illusory; you don’t actually have any say over what other people do with their bodies, nor any right to mock them if you don’t approve of how they look.Yeah, he’s not a woman, so I’m less fussed over this than I might otherwise be, the principle is a damn good one: Quit policing people’s bodies. It’s entitled, harmful behavior, and it’s not fucking nice. novazembla, via squeetothegee (via numol)
It’s National Book Week. Grab the closest book to you. Go to page 56. Copy the 5th sentence. Don’t mention the book.
Note carefully the pronunciation of this word.
“The strong emotional, even neurochemical pleasure that resulted from synchronized movement may well have had a prehistoric antecedent.”
“Yet if A.A.’s experience means anything at all, this is not only unwise, but is actually a perilous resolve.”
“If you do, remember that sounds (and syllable types) are not equiprobably distributed in natural languages.”
“:69-71 Sledge Hammers/släggor pls. 6, 20 and 21 pp. 14, 30”
Book in question was too short, page 56 is a catalogue of objects mentioned.