and the award for the best use of that gif in human history goes to whoever made this.
At least once in your life you need to be in a room with a bunch of people that spontaneously begin singing this song
I agree. It’s the best.
I actually consider it one of my greatest life achievements
I did this on a bus once in fifth grade. It was wonderful.
I am making this post because I am actually really horrible at pretending something doesn’t hurt my feelings when it actually does. I just wanted to stick up for myself for once, and address something that not only hurts my feelings because it isn’t true, but because it hurts millions of girls and boys like me everyday. Hearing insults like ‘cow’ and ‘fat ass’ are not nice to hear at all, ever. I am 5’4, and 130 which puts me at a medium frame. In shirts, and dresses I wear a S-M depending on how tight it’s cut around the bust. I am a DD for those of you who are wondering. In jeans I wear an M/7-9. Statistically, girls my age are considered desirable at a size 5. Full figure models, known commonly as ‘plus sized’ don’t become plus sized until they are a size 12. Marylin Monroe was a size 12, and that was desirable for her time. Modern day society deems size 12 models as ‘glorifying’ poor diets, while it is unacknowledged that some people are born larger or skinnier than others. Some girls suffer from eating disorders in order to lose weight, others suffer disorders that cause them to gain it. Our weight does not define us as people. Young girls die everyday trying to be society’s idea of perfect and if you think that the pictures above are of a girl who is even remotely ‘fat’ then you are also causing these girls to feel compelled to lose weight to be perfect. After beating myself up about my weight all my life, I actually don’t believe I’ll ever actually lose weight to please anyone else. If someone is unable to accept me because of my size then they aren’t deserving of me in the first place. I am perfect in my own little way, and I want to personally thank the anon who made me realize this. I should try telling myself that sometimes, instead of only saying it to others. I am fine just the size I am. I’m at peace with myself. That’s what matters.
because I don’t sleep at all
without you pressed up against me
I settle for long distance calls
I’m lost in empty pillow talk again