Fat is just an adjective just like a middle finger is just a body part. I am fat and here’s my midle finger to society.

fat (adj.) (of a person or animal) having a large amount of excess flesh. (of an animal bred for food) made plump for slaughter. containing much fat. large in bulk or circumference. used ironically to express the belief that something is unlikely or does not exist. – From google dictionary I am fat. There I said it. Now get over it. It’s a fact. Point blank. I honestly don’t understand the avoidance of the word ‘fat’. I mean you’re either thin or fat, these are two antonyms just like big and small. It’s just an adjective. I have never naturally…

Tickle my fancy: fall

YouTube: I Love You Jesus Music Video – Trisha Paytas (Because only Trisha can have a video about her sugar daddy experiences and then this… I mean. Queen. Brain fart.) Movie: Lolita Tool: Double Check For Vegans (ingredient check) Instagram: BoopMyNose Twitter: Thoughts of Dog Stand up: Frenchy (especially this set) Tip: coconut oil for makeup removing, if like me you struggle with dry skin in the winter. Product: SIMS pet edition (Dan and Phil playing it) Pickup line: What’s your favorite silverware? Because I like to spoon! Murder mystery: The murder of JonBenét Ramsey. For this that I know of my low-key disturbing serial killer…

Mental wellbeing. Hi, I’ve started therapy.

There is a certain stigma that follows mental illness, especially where I come from. Having mental issues is seen as phony and shameful. I think in a lot of ways society fails those with mental disorders because of these stereotypes and the momentum of ‘just suck it up’. In truth, mental health is much broader than your ‘typical’, ‘average’, ‘popular’, ‘common’ or ‘more known of’ mental issues like depression, anxiety, eating disorders or more serious illnesses like narcissism, schizophrenia etc. Mental wellbeing is not a leprechaun at the end of the rainbow bridge that everyone without a mental disorder magically crosses….