nedahoyin:

My favorite part of this post is the caption describing the intense game of fetch.. :(

(Source: oscarwildesbigadventure, via ursulatheseabitchh)

Tags: cat

I’ve been noticing a weird bit of spamming of the #fatspo tag recently. I’m always a little annoyed when I see pictures of just food posted in the tag because you can’t tell if its a fat person being critical of the way food is used to fat shame or a thin person who is themselves fat shaming by tagging food that way. So, those posts already stick out to me, but I’ve noticed that lately whenever food is posted in the tag, it happens in bunches with 3-4 blogs making identical posts in #fatspo with the same identical photograph of food or even just a graphic with text referencing food. Not sure what is to be gained by this, but it seems clear its some kind of spamming activity whatever is going on. Eh.

Tags: Meta

Hi, my name is Brian. My hobbies include laying in bed all day to hide from the world and continuing to lay in bed all day to hide from the world.

Couch companions.

Couch companions.

pardonmewhileipanic:

castrationqueen:

pardonmewhileipanic:

thepsychoticfuckingbiotic:

pardonmewhileipanic:

bonerfart:

soaply:

*upper middle class fucker voice* But you have [one nice thing] so how are you poor 

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most apartments COME with a fridge

so really this doesn’t mean shit

Wait, they do?

I’ve never heard of one that doesn’t? Maybe it’s a Canadian thing? I looked at a lot of places before moving and every single one had a fridge and a stove/oven 

In California, no homes/apartments do. it is VERY rare that a home or apartment comes already equipped with a fridge. But that might just be here??

Wow really? I stand corrected. I had no idea. That just seems so odd to me

While I think it is still very common in Southern California for apartments to not come standard with a fridge, I think they are generally the exception at this point. In Massachusetts, for instance, you’d have to look pretty hard to find an apartment that didn’t come with a refrigerator standard. I’ve only even heard of one in the last 15 years, and it was a glorified closet that only barely met minimum habitability standards.

The truth is, though, that a fridge just doesn’t cost very much. And when 99.6% of homes have one, its preposterous to label it a luxury item anyway. 

Young Justice style Batfleck with AquaMomoa and the Man of Rampant, Unchecked Destruction.
Kinda meh on this Bruce Wayne. Don’t think its close enough to the YJ style or a good enough caricature of Affleck. But, eh.

Young Justice style Batfleck with AquaMomoa and the Man of Rampant, Unchecked Destruction.

Kinda meh on this Bruce Wayne. Don’t think its close enough to the YJ style or a good enough caricature of Affleck. But, eh.

tastefullyoffensive:

Bunnies Sticking Their Tongues Out [boredpanda]

Previously: Bears Doing Human Things

(via pardonmewhileipanic)

Tags: rabbit bunny bun

Cheese for dinner. Per usual.

Cheese for dinner. Per usual.

Tags: ravioli food

Tags: cat

fatbodypolitics:

moderationwithallthings:

fatbodypolitics:

Skinny shaming is always separated from fat shaming according to fat acceptance advocates. I think thats because then they would have to admit that everyone gets mocked and looked at for things about them and that fat people arent oppressed. Its not threatening to you that you’re not oppressed. 

"Fat people aren’t oppressed" says a person commenting on an article that OUTLINES the systemic and institutional oppression fat people deal with. Maybe you should read the article.

Also says the person who has made attacking, harassing, and abusing fat people a hobby of theirs.

I’d go further than the OP and say straight out that “skinny shaming” isn’t a thing. Which isn’t to say that there isn’t body policing of thin bodies, but the construction of “thin shaming” is not intended as a comment on body policing of thin bodies but rather is meant to appropriate the oppression of fat people. Same thing as saying “misandry” or “heterophobia” or “cisphobia” or “reverse racism” isn’t real. None of those concepts exist to define not-nice things that can and do happen to persons with privilege. Each exists explicitly as backlash against oppression being defined as oppressive. All of them are attempts to “equalize” oppression by insisting it happens to everyone and THAT isn’t a thing and never will be a thing. It is merely a tool of oppression. A means of enforcing privilege by demanding the privilege get to be oppressed in the same way as the actually oppressed. None of them are true because someone can find some isolated instance of a man being hated, or a white person being scorned. That’s precisely WHY they aren’t true. Its an attempt to co-opt and subvert a vocabulary that defines oppression and redefine it to refer to the privileged.

The irony is that often these things exist as manifestations of an oppression on a different axis. Thin bodies ARE policed in service of misogyny, racism, trans-exclusion, homophobia, and ablism. But by shifting the focus to an axis of privilege, you are actually erasing THAT oppression to instead enforce privilege. Same goes for most “reverse” bigotry. Heck, even some of the supposed slights white guys pout over are classist in nature. But they’d rather try to enforce what privilege they have by focusing on that.