I am thinking about how some alcoholics keep a bottle of alcohol in their house to prove to themselves and others that they choose not to drink everyday. Are they fooling themselves or doing something positive?
oh well back to the drawing board
I've never liked Chris Pratt. For some reason he seems really douchebaggy to me. I don't know why.
Probs gonna get dragged for this but I feel like most of the fat acceptance/body positivity is mostly just shaming skinny people now. This is coming from a thicker person in the process of losing weight. I haven't even lost my first 10 pounds yet and I've already had like 4 huge people roll their eyes and say something like "well you eat your salads and diet drinks and I'll have my burgers and ice cream" and when I said something back, it's like I offended their great ancestors or some shit. Or they'll say shit like "skinny bitches have no ass lol" yeah well at least they're not out of breath by the time they reach the fucking kitchen, bitch.
Post look different on the app from the website
I think i may be 'too' salty for my own good...
I think there's like a billion posts on here
Contraception, sex, abortion, rape and women's right. These are a few that I can't talk with my countrymen and have a good exchange of thoughts. They are just closed-minded. Talk about it and they'll go rage and tell you to go to hell. Lol.
I don't wash bras or pants after every wear. Not even after every second or third. I only wash them when they get dirty or start to smell (or if I sweated a lot), otherwise I put them back in the wardrobe. Honestly, I probably haven't washed some of them in a year. I just don't see the use of it. Unlike shirts and underwear they don't touch the critical sweaty areas, and, which is my main motivation, they get destroyed faster if you wash them often. I know a lot of people will find this gross, but I also know that a lot of people also do this, nobody just ever admits it.
I still love my first love. I miss him every day, but I kinda learned to deal with it. I learned that there are more important things than having a man by your side. But as soon as I go out drink a drink or two I can't get him out of my mind. Every song reminds me of him and no matter how much better another man treats me, no one makes me feel the way my first love did. He was the only one I said "i love you to" and I'm so afraid that I'll never find that again. I feel lonely.. it's been years but I can't get him out of my mind..