honne-tatemae:

skengggg:

idk what’s more of a turn off: when girls wear beanies or when they tie their hair up with a bandana like a maid

idk what’s more of a turn off: when guys think their personal preference should dictate a female’s choice of clothing or when they act like we should care

(Source: skenggg, via relahvant)

lauren-jauregui:

pashmere:

omfg this gif is the answer for everything

"how are you?"

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"did you get a good grade?"

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"how’s your romantic life?"

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how’s ronaldo doing in the world cup so far?

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i-was-a-teenage-anarchist:

ilikechildren—fried:

learning-to-love-myself:

nothingishappyanymore:

 If Barbie was an actual woman, she would be 5’9” tall, have a 39” bust, an 18” waist, 33” hips and a size 3 shoe.
• Barbie calls this a “full figure” and likes her weight at 110 lbs.
• At 5’9” tall and weighing 110 lbs, Barbie would have a BMI of 16.24 and fit the weight criteria for anorexia. She likely would not menstruate.
• If Barbie was a real woman, she’d have to walk on all fours due to her proportions.
 • Slumber Party Barbie was introduced in 1965 and came with a bathroom scale permanently set at 110 lbs with a book entitled “How to Lose Weight” with directions inside stating simply “Don’t eat.”
i’m always reblogging this.
I’ve reblogged this a million times and will ALWAYS reblog it.  She is so beautiful…It’s a great message.

I always reblog this when I see it on my dash.

“If Barbie was a real woman….”
well she’s not so stop passing off your insecurities on a fucking doll
if your kid is more influenced by a hunk of plastic than you then you’ve already fucked up as a parent and you might have to start saving money for a child psychologist (and maybe better parents) 

I love how all these posts ignore the fact that Barbie has taught millions of girls that they can be anything they want to be. When I was a kid I didn’t care how Barbie looked, only that I could be a vet, or an artist, or a model, or a doctor, or a soldier, or a spy, or a fucking president.
If all you focus on is her body, you are missing they point of Barbie. The point of Barbie is in the slogan itself, “Be who you want to be.” That’s the message.
That’s the message you should teach your kids instead of telling them she’s too skinny or too big breasted, because that just show how much you don’t care about the potential only the physical attributes. It means you’re shallow and that attitude will damage your kid more than a Barbie in a pink dress with a stethoscope and white coat.

i-was-a-teenage-anarchist:

ilikechildren—fried:

learning-to-love-myself:

nothingishappyanymore:

 If Barbie was an actual woman, she would be 5’9” tall, have a 39” bust, an 18” waist, 33” hips and a size 3 shoe.

• Barbie calls this a “full figure” and likes her weight at 110 lbs.

• At 5’9” tall and weighing 110 lbs, Barbie would have a BMI of 16.24 and fit the weight criteria for anorexia. She likely would not menstruate.

• If Barbie was a real woman, she’d have to walk on all fours due to her proportions.

 • Slumber Party Barbie was introduced in 1965 and came with a bathroom scale permanently set at 110 lbs with a book entitled “How to Lose Weight” with directions inside stating simply “Don’t eat.”

i’m always reblogging this.

I’ve reblogged this a million times and will ALWAYS reblog it.  She is so beautiful…It’s a great message.

I always reblog this when I see it on my dash.

If Barbie was a real woman….”

well she’s not so stop passing off your insecurities on a fucking doll

if your kid is more influenced by a hunk of plastic than you then you’ve already fucked up as a parent and you might have to start saving money for a child psychologist (and maybe better parents) 

I love how all these posts ignore the fact that Barbie has taught millions of girls that they can be anything they want to be. When I was a kid I didn’t care how Barbie looked, only that I could be a vet, or an artist, or a model, or a doctor, or a soldier, or a spy, or a fucking president.

If all you focus on is her body, you are missing they point of Barbie. The point of Barbie is in the slogan itself, “Be who you want to be.” That’s the message.

That’s the message you should teach your kids instead of telling them she’s too skinny or too big breasted, because that just show how much you don’t care about the potential only the physical attributes. It means you’re shallow and that attitude will damage your kid more than a Barbie in a pink dress with a stethoscope and white coat.

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