Social Casualty

Social Casualty

slaywilkinson:

I love this cute little cupcake

slaywilkinson:

I love this cute little cupcake

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rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 
rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 
rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 
rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 
rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 
rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 
rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 
rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 
rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 

rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 

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fuzzyirwin:

Fucking idiot I love you

fuzzyirwin:

Fucking idiot I love you

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b-lynninja:

fuckyou-fuckme-fuckit:

disneygirlxx:

martin-munster:

munchflower:

When my daughter first showed signs of hating herself, I got out photoshop. We went and found an image of her choosing, of a woman. I spent the next two hours showing her just how easy it was to alter this woman. I changed her hair, whitened her teeth, made her thinner. I erased her blemishes and even made her taller while my daughter sat there aghast. At the end of it she loudly said - ” THAT’S NOT FAIR!” 
I told her that damn near every image she saw of people in magazines, on television, etc, was altered like this, and that she should never compare herself to that, because even supermodels don’t look like supermodels. 
I wish I could do that for every child. I wish it was a mandatory class in school.



I AM SHOWING THIS TO EVERYONE 

I SAW THIS IN CLASS BEFORE. THE TEACHER WAS ALL LIKE ”please, never compare yourself to people you see in magazines. They’re always altered. It’s as easy as that.” I ALMOST STOOD UP AND YELLED ”AMEN, MISS. AMEN.”

I first saw this at Bible Camp several years ago in a seminar on beauty or insecurity or something.
It still stuns me that it hasn’t circulated as much as I thought it should/would.
b-lynninja:

fuckyou-fuckme-fuckit:

disneygirlxx:

martin-munster:

munchflower:

When my daughter first showed signs of hating herself, I got out photoshop. We went and found an image of her choosing, of a woman. I spent the next two hours showing her just how easy it was to alter this woman. I changed her hair, whitened her teeth, made her thinner. I erased her blemishes and even made her taller while my daughter sat there aghast. At the end of it she loudly said - ” THAT’S NOT FAIR!” 
I told her that damn near every image she saw of people in magazines, on television, etc, was altered like this, and that she should never compare herself to that, because even supermodels don’t look like supermodels. 
I wish I could do that for every child. I wish it was a mandatory class in school.



I AM SHOWING THIS TO EVERYONE 

I SAW THIS IN CLASS BEFORE. THE TEACHER WAS ALL LIKE ”please, never compare yourself to people you see in magazines. They’re always altered. It’s as easy as that.” I ALMOST STOOD UP AND YELLED ”AMEN, MISS. AMEN.”

I first saw this at Bible Camp several years ago in a seminar on beauty or insecurity or something.
It still stuns me that it hasn’t circulated as much as I thought it should/would.
b-lynninja:

fuckyou-fuckme-fuckit:

disneygirlxx:

martin-munster:

munchflower:

When my daughter first showed signs of hating herself, I got out photoshop. We went and found an image of her choosing, of a woman. I spent the next two hours showing her just how easy it was to alter this woman. I changed her hair, whitened her teeth, made her thinner. I erased her blemishes and even made her taller while my daughter sat there aghast. At the end of it she loudly said - ” THAT’S NOT FAIR!” 
I told her that damn near every image she saw of people in magazines, on television, etc, was altered like this, and that she should never compare herself to that, because even supermodels don’t look like supermodels. 
I wish I could do that for every child. I wish it was a mandatory class in school.



I AM SHOWING THIS TO EVERYONE 

I SAW THIS IN CLASS BEFORE. THE TEACHER WAS ALL LIKE ”please, never compare yourself to people you see in magazines. They’re always altered. It’s as easy as that.” I ALMOST STOOD UP AND YELLED ”AMEN, MISS. AMEN.”

I first saw this at Bible Camp several years ago in a seminar on beauty or insecurity or something.
It still stuns me that it hasn’t circulated as much as I thought it should/would.
b-lynninja:

fuckyou-fuckme-fuckit:

disneygirlxx:

martin-munster:

munchflower:

When my daughter first showed signs of hating herself, I got out photoshop. We went and found an image of her choosing, of a woman. I spent the next two hours showing her just how easy it was to alter this woman. I changed her hair, whitened her teeth, made her thinner. I erased her blemishes and even made her taller while my daughter sat there aghast. At the end of it she loudly said - ” THAT’S NOT FAIR!” 
I told her that damn near every image she saw of people in magazines, on television, etc, was altered like this, and that she should never compare herself to that, because even supermodels don’t look like supermodels. 
I wish I could do that for every child. I wish it was a mandatory class in school.



I AM SHOWING THIS TO EVERYONE 

I SAW THIS IN CLASS BEFORE. THE TEACHER WAS ALL LIKE ”please, never compare yourself to people you see in magazines. They’re always altered. It’s as easy as that.” I ALMOST STOOD UP AND YELLED ”AMEN, MISS. AMEN.”

I first saw this at Bible Camp several years ago in a seminar on beauty or insecurity or something.
It still stuns me that it hasn’t circulated as much as I thought it should/would.
b-lynninja:

fuckyou-fuckme-fuckit:

disneygirlxx:

martin-munster:

munchflower:

When my daughter first showed signs of hating herself, I got out photoshop. We went and found an image of her choosing, of a woman. I spent the next two hours showing her just how easy it was to alter this woman. I changed her hair, whitened her teeth, made her thinner. I erased her blemishes and even made her taller while my daughter sat there aghast. At the end of it she loudly said - ” THAT’S NOT FAIR!” 
I told her that damn near every image she saw of people in magazines, on television, etc, was altered like this, and that she should never compare herself to that, because even supermodels don’t look like supermodels. 
I wish I could do that for every child. I wish it was a mandatory class in school.



I AM SHOWING THIS TO EVERYONE 

I SAW THIS IN CLASS BEFORE. THE TEACHER WAS ALL LIKE ”please, never compare yourself to people you see in magazines. They’re always altered. It’s as easy as that.” I ALMOST STOOD UP AND YELLED ”AMEN, MISS. AMEN.”

I first saw this at Bible Camp several years ago in a seminar on beauty or insecurity or something.
It still stuns me that it hasn’t circulated as much as I thought it should/would.
b-lynninja:

fuckyou-fuckme-fuckit:

disneygirlxx:

martin-munster:

munchflower:

When my daughter first showed signs of hating herself, I got out photoshop. We went and found an image of her choosing, of a woman. I spent the next two hours showing her just how easy it was to alter this woman. I changed her hair, whitened her teeth, made her thinner. I erased her blemishes and even made her taller while my daughter sat there aghast. At the end of it she loudly said - ” THAT’S NOT FAIR!” 
I told her that damn near every image she saw of people in magazines, on television, etc, was altered like this, and that she should never compare herself to that, because even supermodels don’t look like supermodels. 
I wish I could do that for every child. I wish it was a mandatory class in school.



I AM SHOWING THIS TO EVERYONE 

I SAW THIS IN CLASS BEFORE. THE TEACHER WAS ALL LIKE ”please, never compare yourself to people you see in magazines. They’re always altered. It’s as easy as that.” I ALMOST STOOD UP AND YELLED ”AMEN, MISS. AMEN.”

I first saw this at Bible Camp several years ago in a seminar on beauty or insecurity or something.
It still stuns me that it hasn’t circulated as much as I thought it should/would.
b-lynninja:

fuckyou-fuckme-fuckit:

disneygirlxx:

martin-munster:

munchflower:

When my daughter first showed signs of hating herself, I got out photoshop. We went and found an image of her choosing, of a woman. I spent the next two hours showing her just how easy it was to alter this woman. I changed her hair, whitened her teeth, made her thinner. I erased her blemishes and even made her taller while my daughter sat there aghast. At the end of it she loudly said - ” THAT’S NOT FAIR!” 
I told her that damn near every image she saw of people in magazines, on television, etc, was altered like this, and that she should never compare herself to that, because even supermodels don’t look like supermodels. 
I wish I could do that for every child. I wish it was a mandatory class in school.



I AM SHOWING THIS TO EVERYONE 

I SAW THIS IN CLASS BEFORE. THE TEACHER WAS ALL LIKE ”please, never compare yourself to people you see in magazines. They’re always altered. It’s as easy as that.” I ALMOST STOOD UP AND YELLED ”AMEN, MISS. AMEN.”

I first saw this at Bible Camp several years ago in a seminar on beauty or insecurity or something.
It still stuns me that it hasn’t circulated as much as I thought it should/would.
b-lynninja:

fuckyou-fuckme-fuckit:

disneygirlxx:

martin-munster:

munchflower:

When my daughter first showed signs of hating herself, I got out photoshop. We went and found an image of her choosing, of a woman. I spent the next two hours showing her just how easy it was to alter this woman. I changed her hair, whitened her teeth, made her thinner. I erased her blemishes and even made her taller while my daughter sat there aghast. At the end of it she loudly said - ” THAT’S NOT FAIR!” 
I told her that damn near every image she saw of people in magazines, on television, etc, was altered like this, and that she should never compare herself to that, because even supermodels don’t look like supermodels. 
I wish I could do that for every child. I wish it was a mandatory class in school.



I AM SHOWING THIS TO EVERYONE 

I SAW THIS IN CLASS BEFORE. THE TEACHER WAS ALL LIKE ”please, never compare yourself to people you see in magazines. They’re always altered. It’s as easy as that.” I ALMOST STOOD UP AND YELLED ”AMEN, MISS. AMEN.”

I first saw this at Bible Camp several years ago in a seminar on beauty or insecurity or something.
It still stuns me that it hasn’t circulated as much as I thought it should/would.

b-lynninja:

fuckyou-fuckme-fuckit:

disneygirlxx:

martin-munster:

munchflower:

When my daughter first showed signs of hating herself, I got out photoshop. We went and found an image of her choosing, of a woman. I spent the next two hours showing her just how easy it was to alter this woman. I changed her hair, whitened her teeth, made her thinner. I erased her blemishes and even made her taller while my daughter sat there aghast. At the end of it she loudly said - ” THAT’S NOT FAIR!” 

I told her that damn near every image she saw of people in magazines, on television, etc, was altered like this, and that she should never compare herself to that, because even supermodels don’t look like supermodels. 

I wish I could do that for every child. I wish it was a mandatory class in school.

image

I AM SHOWING THIS TO EVERYONE 

I SAW THIS IN CLASS BEFORE. THE TEACHER WAS ALL LIKE ”please, never compare yourself to people you see in magazines. They’re always altered. It’s as easy as that.” I ALMOST STOOD UP AND YELLED ”AMEN, MISS. AMEN.”

I first saw this at Bible Camp several years ago in a seminar on beauty or insecurity or something.

It still stuns me that it hasn’t circulated as much as I thought it should/would.

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mgcwhore:

jesus pls forgive me for i have sinned

mgcwhore:

jesus pls forgive me for i have sinned

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bri3395:

ashtonirwin: NOM NOM NOM HASHBROWNS

bri3395:

ashtonirwin: NOM NOM NOM HASHBROWNS

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irwinillusions:

basically luke hemmings in one gif

irwinillusions:

basically luke hemmings in one gif

(via lov3urself)


“I was brought up to love movies and I have always loved movies and acting and filmmaking. When I was 9 or 10 and first picked up a camera I wanted to make my own videos, my parents were fully involved in it. They were super supportive and I would always show them my videos and my dad would always teach me tools. He would help me out when he could. The entire foundation of what I know about filmmaking was inspired by my dad.” [x]

“I was brought up to love movies and I have always loved movies and acting and filmmaking. When I was 9 or 10 and first picked up a camera I wanted to make my own videos, my parents were fully involved in it. They were super supportive and I would always show them my videos and my dad would always teach me tools. He would help me out when he could. The entire foundation of what I know about filmmaking was inspired by my dad.” [x]

“I was brought up to love movies and I have always loved movies and acting and filmmaking. When I was 9 or 10 and first picked up a camera I wanted to make my own videos, my parents were fully involved in it. They were super supportive and I would always show them my videos and my dad would always teach me tools. He would help me out when he could. The entire foundation of what I know about filmmaking was inspired by my dad.” [x]

“I was brought up to love movies and I have always loved movies and acting and filmmaking. When I was 9 or 10 and first picked up a camera I wanted to make my own videos, my parents were fully involved in it. They were super supportive and I would always show them my videos and my dad would always teach me tools. He would help me out when he could. The entire foundation of what I know about filmmaking was inspired by my dad.” [x]

I was brought up to love movies and I have always loved movies and acting and filmmaking. When I was 9 or 10 and first picked up a camera I wanted to make my own videos, my parents were fully involved in it. They were super supportive and I would always show them my videos and my dad would always teach me tools. He would help me out when he could. The entire foundation of what I know about filmmaking was inspired by my dad.” [x]