Everyone talks about girls figures and weight way too much on here. Whether it’s girls that always moan and reassure themselves and others that curves are better, constantly asking guys on anon if they do prefer that, all the while reblogging pictures of skinny chicks and moaning about how they want to look like them.
It’s so tedious. Just be healthy no matter what your shape, or make the change if you’re unhappy in the real world instead of whinging about it online.
Then find more interesting things to talk about, and everything else will take care of itself!
My dickhead flatmate left two disgusting dirty plates at the side of the sink for two weeks despite me texting him asking him to wash them. He used to be a clean freak. However he’s doing that now simply to piss me off as he’s moving out anyway, so that I would have to do them for him like a little bitch.
I hope you enjoy your sauce-covered souvenirs Daniel, in amongst your bin bags of clothes and bedding ;)
I just came across my sister’s Hollister shirt, decided to dress as a female chino wanker with a ridiculous bun and duck face. I was going to take a picture but I think people will think I’m being serious so I’d rather not bother.
I'm gutted because I thought studying a biology subject made me a cool, trendy hipster. I guess "bio-fashion" is just something I made up... :( p.s. to your previous anon, evolution is a scientific theory supported by so much evidence that you don't have to "believe" in it, you just need to accept it. It's not even a real debate anymore. So people don't necessarily need to understand it to know it's true.
Science isn't propaganda, but I could tell you what else is
Adam and I were discussing when people say ”I am offended” when presented with your opinion on something, as if that is supposed to invalidate your argument.
It’s so weak.
It just reminds me of when I was at my mum’s birthday party on Saturday night. I mentioned to my uncle and my sister’s friend- who went to my school- how we were not taught about evolution, which is a fact of life, and how I feel that it was a great disservice to students and their education. My mum overheard me and told me to be quiet.
I changed the subject to please her, but to tell me to “be quiet” over something that is plain-in-the-face, scientific fact is ridiculous. Evolution is not offensive, it is nature. I wasn’t trying to put a damper on the mood, considering the people I was talking to were atheist anyway, and tucked away in the kitchen away from the rest of the party. I believe that if one’s faith is strong enough, they could be educated in science and still believe that God might have made it that way at the start. I know people who do anyway.
It seems that the slightest contradiction to theism or reference to science is seen as a spanner in the works with some people.