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that-freckled-fangirl:

heartlessprincestrider:

nelaguilvr:

iamchantaya:

rhomeporium:

A mother’s worst nightmare.

She was preaching

this gave me chills

RIP.

Chaim Meruchim

So heartbreaking, rip love.

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posted 2 days ago (® rhomeporium)
beanburrithoes:

it happened

beanburrithoes:

it happened

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posted 2 days ago (® beanburrithoes)

So I read ‘if i stay’ by Gayle Forman. It has this really abrupt ending and when I finished I felt like I was gasping for air and muttering to myself ‘that was beautiful!’ Honestly, it was a good book and I’m excited to see the film!

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posted 2 weeks ago

inkdot:

This weekend I was told a story which, although I’m kind of ashamed to admit it, because holy shit is it ever obvious, is kind of blowing my mind.

A friend of a friend won a free consultation with Clinton Kelly of What Not To Wear, and she was very excited, because she has a plus-size body, and wanted some tips on how to make the most of her wardrobe in a fashion culture which deliberately puts her body at a disadvantage.

Her first question for him was this: how do celebrities make a plain white t-shirt and a pair of weekend jeans look chic?  She always assumed it was because so many celebrities have, by nature or by design, very slender frames, and because they can afford very expensive clothing.  But when she watched What Not To Wear, she noticed that women of all sizes ended up in cute clothes that really fit their bodies and looked great.  She had tried to apply some guidelines from the show into her own wardrobe, but with only mixed success.  So - what gives?

His answer was that everything you will ever see on a celebrity’s body, including their outfits when they’re out and about and they just get caught by a paparazzo, has been tailored, and the same goes for everything on What Not To Wear.  Jeans, blazers, dresses - everything right down to plain t-shirts and camisoles.  He pointed out that historically, up until the last few generations, the vast majority of people either made their own clothing or had their clothing made by tailors and seamstresses.  You had your clothing made to accommodate the measurements of your individual body, and then you moved the fuck on.  Nothing on the show or in People magazine is off the rack and unaltered.  He said that what they do is ignore the actual size numbers on the tags, find something that fits an individual’s widest place, and then have it completely altered to fit.  That’s how celebrities have jeans that magically fit them all over, and the rest of us chumps can’t ever find a pair that doesn’t gape here or ride up or slouch down or have about four yards of extra fabric here and there.

I knew that having dresses and blazers altered was probably something they were doing, but to me, having alterations done generally means having my jeans hemmed and then simply living with the fact that I will always be adjusting my clothing while I’m wearing it because I have curves from here to ya-ya, some things don’t fit right, and the world is just unfair that way.  I didn’t think that having everything tailored was something that people did. 

It’s so obvious, I can’t believe I didn’t know this.  But no one ever told me.  I was told about bikini season and dieting and targeting your “problem areas” and avoiding horizontal stripes.  No one told me that Jennifer Aniston is out there wearing a bigger size of Ralph Lauren t-shirt and having it altered to fit her.

I sat there after I was told this story, and I really thought about how hard I have worked not to care about the number or the letter on the tag of my clothes, how hard I have tried to just love my body the way it is, and where I’ve succeeded and failed.  I thought about all the times I’ve stood in a fitting room and stared up at the lights and bit my lip so hard it bled, just to keep myself from crying about how nothing fits the way it’s supposed to.  No one told me that it wasn’t supposed to.  I guess I just didn’t know.  I was too busy thinking that I was the one that didn’t fit.

I thought about that, and about all the other girls and women out there whose proportions are “wrong,” who can’t find a good pair of work trousers, who can’t fill a sweater, who feel excluded and freakish and sad and frustrated because they have to go up a size, when really the size doesn’t mean anything and it never, ever did, and this is just another bullshit thing thrown in your path to make you feel shitty about yourself.

I thought about all of that, and then I thought that in elementary school, there should be a class for girls where they sit you down and tell you this stuff before you waste years of your life feeling like someone put you together wrong.

So, I have to take that and sit with it for a while.  But in the meantime, I thought perhaps I should post this, because maybe my friend, her friend, and I are the only clueless people who did not realise this, but maybe we’re not.  Maybe some of you have tried to embrace the arbitrary size you are, but still couldn’t find a cute pair of jeans, and didn’t know why.

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posted 2 weeks ago (® inkdot)

thoughtsofablackgirl:

Say Hello To Broadway’s 1st Black Cinderella

Earlier this year Keke made history by becoming the the youngest-ever talk-show host ever at the age of 20! Now she will be making history by being cast as the first ever Black Cinderella on Broadway!!! You heard right Keke will be playing Cinderella on Broadway!!

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andrewhussiesbosom:

Im the friend that picks rainbow road

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posted 2 weeks ago (® guystud)
http://drunkensunflower.tumblr.com/post/93839873314/coelasquid-boneycircus

coelasquid:

boneycircus:

fuckyeahandrogynousgirls:

boyishgirls:

somebody please tell me how a twilight porn fanfiction ended up as a best seller and got a movie adaptation

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indypendent-thinking:

Anna Fisher, astronaut, with stars in her eyes on the cover of Life magazine in 1985. She was the first mother in space.
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thebowspring:

"Israel does its best to prevent civilian casualties"*targets and bombs all the places that help save civilian lives*

thebowspring:

"Israel does its best to prevent civilian casualties"

*targets and bombs all the places that help save civilian lives*

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posted 1 month ago (® teallikethecolor)

I applied to be a student blogger for my university.

If you’re looking through this age old tumblr of evidence of what I’m into and what I’m like…I hope you have a great time.

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pottersir:

Harry Potter piano sheets

inspired by [x]

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