KSDJHFS SLJDFHSD I WASNT SUPPOSED TO WORK (at summer camp) TIL AUGUST BC IM SCARED OF GETTING SICK AND MY SUPERVISOR JUST CALLED AND ASKED ME TO COME IN TOMORROW BC THEYRE DESPERATE AND HAVE TOO FEW STAFF………
Anybody else apologize to inanimate objects when you bump into them
sometimes im having a good day then i remember those phanfics i posted on wattpad in 2015 that people still want updated lmfao
aroace problems #23443223
giving someone (fake) red roses as part of their Christmas present bc you think they look pretty
and that they improves the aesthetics of your present presentation
but having it mistaken as a romantic gesture
I’m so anxious I’m light headed and on god my respect for high school graham has never been higher Jesus Christ
having a really really bad time 🤠
*looks again at the latest wip for the comm*
*buries face in hands*
Okay yeah i think we’ve finally landed on the most effective one. >/////<
CAN THEY ALL TAKE A DAY OFF……. why are people so against naps ESP parents my dad doesn’t rlly mind but my mommy….. it’s personal . Amd omg what chores? I wish I could do them for you 💔 I’m a freak and enjoy cleaning . Did I ever tell u that I once went over to Claire’s house and like deep cleaned her room like dusted and vacuumed and everything .
I love that people are against depicting Jim as skinnier than he was, but
I think we’re missing the point here. Jim is not fat, and that’s the point. James T. Kirk is fit, agile, and athletic; our standards for men have just gotten a lot worse :(
Jim doesn’t need the body of Chris Hemsworth to be beautiful (bc let’s all agree Mr. Kirk is a lovely man), but Chris Hemsworth does not need the body of Chris Hemsworth either. The idea that a single ounce of fat, carried anywhere on the body, makes a person Fat is insane. If you met Jim on the street instead of the screen you would think him of average build, somewhat muscular.
As an older man when he is a bit heavier and has gained some weight he is, for his age, a man of average build, somewhat muscular.
I have never seen a picture or video of him where he appears chubby for a human person. Maybe for a bodybuilder, which is what we seem to have decided actors all have to be.
I just feel like it isn’t actually body positive to call someone who wasn’t even chubby a fat man
Fewer actors should be on celery-and-tuna-only diets, not just women but men (and especially children!!!) too. They shouldn’t be working out for 5+ hours daily and actors who are should be the exception not the freaking rule.
Now, you’re fully welcome to draw/write him fat! It’s totally ok to imagine your fav character gaining weight. It’s just that we should recognize that he was not in fact fat during TOS and wasn’t super chubby for his age in the movies.
I just hate the idea of people seeing comments - as loving and well meant as they are- calling young Bill Shatner fat. Bc when they compare Jim to themselves, most people (and all fat people) are going to find themselves less athletic than he is.
Tl;dr : Jim is not fat. Please support fat people by not calling Jim, a very fit man, fat. It’s bizarre, unhelpful, and unhealthy.
I just can’t get over how astoundingly bad that new cowboy show looks
mystery of the druids scares me so badddddddddd idk like late 90s/early 2000s pc games r so fun looking and interesting and silly but this game specifically is just so scary!
Goddd i miss reading fanfic so much
my boss gave me the company card today to go get coffee so i spent $50 on just coffee
sure he reposts lgbtq+ positivity posts on his igstory but does he respect it when you ask him not to use words that make you uncomfortable
wheres that fuckin post.th worst person you know just said something right. anyways my dad saisd he doesnt agree with me going on t but he knows that doesnt matter and hes gonna support me anyways and sign th papers xx
A compromise on canon compliance I am willing to accept for the sake of projection: cane-user Jon who… can technically run a short distance though it’s not exactly graceful, and won’t unless he fears for his life. Who for anything less dire will–eyeroll, sigh through his nostrils–“power-walk,” and still run out of breath real fast. (It speeds his heart rate up so much that its beats sound like button-mashing on a controller, and, of course, it hurts. So much more so than his habitual amble it serves to remind him that the to-him-negligible amount of pain he thinks himself such a whiner for using a cane over is something he’s won through change of habit—and that a more starry-eyed person might tell him to take pride in the victory.) He feels ridiculous, like his bitten lips and frantic blinking must make him look even more paranoid than he is. But at some point while Melanie’s got her Slaughter bullet she informs him, only half laughing, that the first time she saw him do it, before (with a vague gesture to her own leg), she actually found it a bit intimidating? It takes a lot of coordination, which most people don’t really expect from someone with screwy mobility. Probably not supposed to need one long enough to learn to use it properly. (Idly whacking some bushes with her own.) Whatever–point is, when you step that quickly, it looks kind of impressive. Why does everyone act like that’s so hard, he privately wonders. Manages not to say so, but his just standing there looking perplexed in response to this comment is barely an improvement.