GillianisAslan

taco-bell-rey:

Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.

and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.

hurricanespaghetti:

vidreebro:

coffeemillk:

Denny’s Japan 

um what the fuck Denny’s step your game up in America

you should see pizza hut in czech republic

officiallyhilarious:

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susemoji:

this is the saddest scene in this movie

cherrispryte:

penguinperversion:

mlloydart:

Chalk Art by David Zinn

I love this.

The world is in need of more beautiful weirdness like this.

Ugh, I hate stairs
anyone whose who’s had to go up stairs (via girff)

dennys:

Summer is just around the corner! Which means you’re probably fervently preparing for ~bikini season~, trying to get back into that beach bod! Well here are some dieting tips from Denny’s Diner to help you feel a little more comfortable this year:

  • Bikini season? Shmikini shmeason.
  • You look wonderful already.
  • Whatever makes you feel best is best.
  • There is no “right” way to look.
  • Be kind to yourself.
  • Build a sandcastle. 
  • Seriously, you look wonderful.
  • Denny’s loves you.

Surf’s up!

i think that i was humiliatingly cockblocked two weekends in a row in two different states is completely my life story.

The most touching quote I've ever heard. My Mad Fat Diary: S2 E7
Rae: Every session you say that I need to love myself, to like myself more. For months now, you're like a broken record. But you never tell me how to start or when to start or where to start.
Kester: Fine, we'll start now. Not next week, not tomorrow, not after I've finished my cup of tea, we'll start now. Now, close your eyes. Go on, close them. I want you to tell me what you don't like about yourself but be honest with me. Don't be clever, don't be angry, be honest.
Rae: ..I'm fat ..and I'm ugly ..and I ruin things.
Kester: Try and find some sense of how long you've felt that way.
Rae: I dunno. Since I was about 9 or 10?
Kester: So this is an opinion you've formed, a long time ago about yourself. Open your eyes. Now I want you to imagine, a 10 year old version of yourself sitting right there on this couch. Now this is the little girl that first believe that she was fat and ugly and an embarrassment. I want you to imagine her sitting there right now. Now tell that little girl she's fat.
Rae: I'm not going to do that.
Kester: Tell that little girl she's ugly.
Rae: I don't want to.
Kester: Tell that little girl she's an embarrassment and worthless and useless, because that's what you do every single day when you say that to yourself. When you convince yourself you're an embarrassment and a burden. Don't you think she's ugly?
Rae: No.
Kester: Or fat?
Rae: No.
Kester: Or an embarrasment, or worthless?
Rae: No, just stop it. No, right. No.
Kester: What do you want to say to that little girl? If she said that she felt that way about herself, what would you tell her?
Rae: That's she's fine, that she's perfect.
Kester: Then that's what you need to tell yourself. Every time you feel that panic, that anxiety. You need to soothe yourself as you would soothe the little girl. You need to tell yourself that everything is going to be okay. If you commit to that, then I promise you that you'll be able to face anything, and it starts right now. Everything starts right now.