i'm living, i'm loving, and if you have a problem with either of those things well, you know how to get out of here.
from what i understand.. a lot of runners will wear like.. tape or something like that over their nipples because the repeated chafing and irritation that happens during a race can be quite uncomfortable. looks like maybe he forgot his tape that day and his nips paid the price. (this is icky.)
He appears to be lactating blood. Perhaps his baby is a vampire.
i re-blogged something last week about SPIN magazine looking for skinny girls to be in some article/spread, along with a note from myself about ‘looking for 12 year olds.’ that was a little harsh of me, so i will apologize for that. if i’m going to get pissed off about people making comments about my weight, i suppose i shouldn’t make comments about others.
HOWEVER. i’ve noticed where it’s been reblogged from me a few times, and people have responded to my remarks. most of them, i take it, were skinny girls themselves. talking about inclusiveness, and how they’re sick of everyone hating on skinny chicks. news flash? not ‘everyone’ hates on skinny chicks. just like not ‘everyone’ hates on fat people, but i could almost guarantee you that i see a lot more ‘sizeism’ than you do. i grew up chubby. i’ve always been this way. i’ve also always been healthy. my blood pressure is good, my cholesterol is good, and aside from a back problem (NOT the result of my weight although i won’t go so far as to say it doesn’t exacerbate it, i know it doesn’t help) and a few chemical imbalances in the noggin’, i’m good. being skinny does not automatically mean that you’re healthy and likewise, being overweight does not automatically mean that you’re completely unhealthy. and yeah, if i REALLY wanted to, i could do something about my size. but I AM COMFORTABLE WITH IT. so anyone who wants to make the argument ‘well if you’re tired of people saying something about it, lose weight’ can just fuck right the fuck off. why should i change my appearance just because someone else doesn’t like it? now, along with that also goes that if i choose to be this way, then i shouldn’t get upset if other people make comments about it. people are assholes. i know that. i also have a lot of tattoos, so i get kind of a double-whammy in that respect. you know what though? the same thing could be said about skinny folks. so if you’re sick of people talking shit about it.. gain some weight. (no, i don’t really think that. but hey, if it’s ‘ok’ for everyone else to think that way, why can’t i?)
until you have been treated and/or talked to as if you are a second class citizen because of your weight. until i don’t have to go to a specialty retailer to find clothes that fit me because i wear a size above what regular stores carry. until stores that DO carry ‘plus sizes’ stop labeling that section as such and just start lumping it in together with the ‘women’s’ section (because.. we are all women, right? just to be clear on that.) until YOU’VE had a complete and total stranger throw food or beverage or trash at you from their car while screaming ‘fat gross bitch!’ as they laugh hysterically and drive away (and yes.. i have had this happen to me. one more than one occasion. and i’m not even *that* overweight.) you can shove all of your bitching about discrimination against skinny people right the fuck up your bony ass.
i am a bitter and jaded old fuck. that’s just who i am. am i ALWAYS like that? no. i still have good times. i’m not always a wet blanket. but if you’re following me on MY facebook or MY twitter, and don’t want to see me complaining, then just go ahead and click ‘unfollow.’ generally i am not happy when good things happen to other people, unless it’s someone i truly care for (and sometimes not even then, tbh).. and when i am, i tell them about it. when i’m not, i keep my mouth shut. as negative a person as i may be, i don’t direct it towards anyone else. i don’t rain on other peoples’ parades. if i don’t have something nice to say about someone else, or what they’re doing, or something they’re excited about.. i either don’t say it, or i say it where that person won’t ever see it or hear about it. so if you don’t see me handing out congrats and ‘good luck’s, and think that i am a terrible person for it, well then.. you are most likely assuming correctly.
this concludes this public service announcement.
i take some offense to any movie that has the theme that ‘oh if only you were pretty on the OUTSIDE too, you’d be perfect!’ i mean i know in the case of B&tB that the point was kinda that the dude was an ass at first, and eventually changed his ways.. but still, he could have stayed all beastly looking and still been an excellent person.
So, as I sit here and watch Beauty and the Beast I realize that I like the Beast more as a ferociousmonster than a pretty boy prince. Maybe this is because I enjoy body hair, but when he’s a prince he just looks way to pretty. The problem with extremely pretty boys is that I feel that I would always have to be on my A game since they are so ridiculously good looking. Plus I truly believe Belle would have wanted to get it on with the Beast as a monster if he never changed back. More importantly wouldn’t you want to compare and contrast his performance as a monster as opposed to a Prince? Maybe I have to much time on my hands that I let my brain contemplate these crazy things. Maybe even a few people agree. All I know is I love the Beast (he is second after Prince Eric though, but he comes in before Flynn Ryder, so that says a lot).
Agreeeeee. The Prince =/= The Beast. They don’t even seem like the same person.
^ what every Beauty and the Beast fan thinks.
(I don’t even think Prince is very pretty. He’s just sort of… boring. AND HIS VOICE ISN’T NEARLY AS EXCELLENT.)
I can’t imagine not preferring the Beast to the Prince.
WOW. sizes 0-4? so you want.. like what, 12 year olds, right? they forgot to add the part about needing parental consent, then.
KWC Productions is casting 5 female subjects with tattoos for a Spin Magazine editorial.
Notes: Must have some sort of upper body tattoos that can be visible in a tank top (ex: arms, chest, neck, etc.).
Client: Spin Magazine
Shoot Date: Thursday June 9, 2011
Location: Brooklyn, NY
If you fit these specs and are interested please send your contact info and 3-5 pictures of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org.