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Why is it accepted that some people who eat a ton of food can stay thin, but not accepted that some people who eat a small amount of food can be fat?
Since thin people get diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure, why is becoming thin suggested as a cure?
Why bother using BMI as a substitute for metabolic health measures when we can easily test metabolic health measures?
Doctors treat thin people for joint pain with options other than weight loss, why don’t they give fat people those same treatments?
Why do we believe that doing unhealthy things (liquid diet, smoking, urine injections coupled with starvation, stomach amputation) will lead to a healthy body?
If the diet industry’s product actually “cured fatness”, wouldn’t their profits be going down instead of up as more and more people were permanently thin?
Isn’t it medically unethical to prescribe something without telling your patients that it works less than 5% of the time with a much greater chance at leaving you heavier and less healthy than when you started?
Why do people continue to think that shaming people will lead them to health?
Why do we accept wide variations in things like foot and hand size, nose and lip shape etc. but expect every body to fit into a very narrow proportion of height and weight?
If weight gain isn’t proven to cause diabetes, high blood pressure etc., why would weight loss be recommended as a cure?
Since weight loss ads have to carry a “results not typical” warning, shouldn’t doctors have to give patients a similar warning?
Why do people take the time to come to my blog and make death threats?
Does anyone really succeed at hating themselves healthy? If so is it worth it?
If we’ve been prescribing dieting since the 1800s and still can’t prove that it works, shouldn’t we be trying something else?
How is it possible that suggesting that healthy habits are the best chance for a healthy body is controversial?"
Headcanon: Abed only got his job at SHIELD as a spousal benefit when they recruited Troy for their gadgets division
Evidence, incontrovertible: When everything else in Fury’s car was broken, what was still 100% operational? THE AIR CONDITIONING.
Bunny, related: Abed meets Sam while visiting Troy in the hospital and explains to him, scene by scene, why he is definitely the lead in a romcom, not the sidekick in an action movie.
I’m waiting, universe. bring me the fic.
obv bucky cries sexually, he's nervous about asking but steve is so gentle and bucky asks for it harder and then he cries. DUH
Y E S. and he’s just so overwhelmed just FEELING THINGS.
steve probably tenderly cradles bucky’s metal hand as he does it, and kisses the fingers or some shit
Steve licking between the plates of Bucky’s metal fingers.
steve gently sucking on the tips in time with his thrusting, steve reaching down to turn bucky’s face back towards him when bucky looks away
bucky hating how vulnerable it makes him feel, hating that someone cares enough to want to make it good.
and steve says his name over and over, like a prayer. “bucky,” like that’s supposed to mean something - only, coming from steve, it does. he can curl his metal fingers around steve’s hand and not worry about hurting him, move to make steve fuck him harder, close his eyes and know steve will still be there when he opens them.
it’s just been such a long time since he’s been able to trust someone to give him what he wants, to take care of him. it’s just been such a long time since he’s been allowedto want, and not have that wanting taken from him. and it’s just too much, steve panting against his skin, face tucked against bucky’s throat and fingers clenched hard around bucky’s metal ones, knowing that steve wants this just as badly as he does because steve feels so fucking good inside him.
steve comes first, gasping against bucky’s neck, and bucky - bucky holds him through it, because it seems like the thing to do. it’s not until steve’s hand closes around his dick that he realizes he wants this, desperately, he wants steve - and then steve’s watching him, jerking him off, still holding bucky’s metal hand and kissing bucky as bucky fucks his hand.
he’s been so quiet so far, but something about the way steve watches him now makes it impossible to keep quiet. there’s something terrifyingly, achingly tender in the way steve looks at him every time they break apart for breath, and he can’t help the way he moans, the way he says steve’s name, the way he feels completely undone when he comes, hot and shocked and blurry with emotion.
he doesn’t realize he’s crying until steve wipes the tears away with his free hand. he didn’t even realize he could cry. and now steve’s curling around him, protective, kissing his neck and then finally his lips. “sleep,” he says. “I’ll be here when you wake up.”
bucky tries to explain that he doesn’t need sleep, he doesn’t sleep - he has nightmares, he can stay awake - but it’s like steve’s issued a hydra command. his eyelids droop and he slowly falls into a deep sleep.
it’s not dreamless. but when he has nightmares, steve wakes him up, kisses him, and holds him until he falls asleep again.
just fyi baking-soda I had to scroll up to make sure this wasn’t your post XD
wine tastes so bad. I’m convinced the whole world is in on an inside joke together trying to persuade me that wine tastes good to them. there’s no way any one can like the taste of it. it’s like bug spray. the whole frickin world pretends to like bug spray. I don’t understand why. stop the madness
same but it tastes like rubbing alcohol to me
I also hate wine in general but one of my friends gave me a bottle of moscato for my birthday two years ago because she knew I don’t like wine and opened a whole new world to me. if you hate wine you will probably like moscato, it tastes basically like soda only alcoholic. (if you actually like wine, you will definitely hate moscato.)
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