#Espurr intensifies
#Pokemon #pokeplush #nintendoworldstore #plush #pokemonxy #cute

This is the inside of my locker door! It’s a lifesize #3DS XL I made with cardstock and craftfoam and then painted. Foldable too! #Nintendo #pink #crafts #diy

This is the inside of my locker door! It’s a lifesize #3DS XL I made with cardstock and craftfoam and then painted. Foldable too! #Nintendo #pink #crafts #diy

Finished product! This is my locker at work! #Sylveon is completely handmade and painted! #Pokemon #crafts #kawaii #diy

Finished product! This is my locker at work! #Sylveon is completely handmade and painted! #Pokemon #crafts #kawaii #diy

vinebox:

I laughed way hard at this

dishai:

a small collection of somewhat disturbing, but otherwise entertaining posts

kanpekinakosupure:

Kia WelBehenna - Zettai Fukuju Meirei

Cosplay - Bunny

Gabriel -  Kanpekina Kosupure

darnni:

calins:

IF THIS ISNT THE BEST VIDEO YOUVE SEEN ON THIS SITE THEN IDK WHAT YOURE DOIN

It’s been two years and I’m still laughing at this video

shininglikeefireworkss:

heyitselsa:

healthycleanlife:

I’m sorry this may be controversial but I need to have a rant…
This picture has been passed round my Facebook newsfeed with lots of agreement and comments like ‘yes I’m a bigger girl, totally agree with this’ followed by heaps of negativity around smaller girls.
Okay so I get it, the media puts pressure on girls to be a certain size and that’s wrong, but how is this any better? This says that there is something wrong with being smaller, which to me is just as bad as saying that people are ‘too big’ . Would it be acceptable for this to be reversed and for the sign to say ‘if you’re a bigger don’t come in’? No, of course it wouldn’t so this shouldn’t be ok either.
What we should be trying to achieve is the message that all shapes and sizes are beautiful NOT that bigger is better. Yes some people have a bigger build, and shouldn’t be made to feel guilty about that, but the same goes for those with a smaller build.
I strongly agree that the message of body image needs to change, but just not in this direction.

Thank you!!!! Now everyone stop telling me to eat a cheeseburger. Because you telling me to eat a cheeseburger is the same as me telling you to go run a mile. So unless you want me to tell you that you should run a mile do not tell me I should eat a cheeseburger.

UGH yes. Some people are naturally thin. If you’re healthy & happy, whatever your size, do your thing.

shininglikeefireworkss:

heyitselsa:

healthycleanlife:

I’m sorry this may be controversial but I need to have a rant…

This picture has been passed round my Facebook newsfeed with lots of agreement and comments like ‘yes I’m a bigger girl, totally agree with this’ followed by heaps of negativity around smaller girls.

Okay so I get it, the media puts pressure on girls to be a certain size and that’s wrong, but how is this any better? This says that there is something wrong with being smaller, which to me is just as bad as saying that people are ‘too big’ . Would it be acceptable for this to be reversed and for the sign to say ‘if you’re a bigger don’t come in’? No, of course it wouldn’t so this shouldn’t be ok either.

What we should be trying to achieve is the message that all shapes and sizes are beautiful NOT that bigger is better. Yes some people have a bigger build, and shouldn’t be made to feel guilty about that, but the same goes for those with a smaller build.

I strongly agree that the message of body image needs to change, but just not in this direction.

Thank you!!!! Now everyone stop telling me to eat a cheeseburger. Because you telling me to eat a cheeseburger is the same as me telling you to go run a mile. So unless you want me to tell you that you should run a mile do not tell me I should eat a cheeseburger.

UGH yes. Some people are naturally thin. If you’re healthy & happy, whatever your size, do your thing.