1. Völkerball

    german gym classes summed up (via batched)

    also a one-word horror story

    (via bibliotheksbewohnerin)

    The moment you know you’re done.

    Reblogged from: persipanprinzessin
  2. I want my own please.

    I want my own please.

    Reblogged from: ksardothien
  3. affectedline:

    hellbunnyshutch:

    Reblogging because this actually is a thing that should concern more people. 

    ^^^^

    Reblogged from: 50flightsofstrong
  4. Then there is the boy you can never stop thinking about. Whenever you see his name, it trips you up. Even if it’s one that belongs to many others, even if he belongs to someone else.

    You know he is a symbol of your weakness, your Kryptonite. How he rushes in like wildfire and burns through everything you worked so hard to build since he last left you in ashes.

    Lang Leav (Signposts, Lullabies)
    Reblogged from: 50flightsofstrong
  5. Reblogged from: trambahngast
  6. ohhowlucky:

    danteogodofsoup:

    killbenedictcumberbatch:

    standupcomedyblog:

    John Mulaney | The Salt & Pepper Diner

    THE BEST JOKE IN EXISTENCE

    GOD I JUST TOLD SOMEONE ABOUT THIS STORY

    This is one of the best pieces of comedy that I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing. I love this. I have been looking for this online for awhile.

    Reblogged from: amayonce
  7. angelrin89:

ashleycassaday:

I didn’t even have to guess what today’s sketch dailies topic would be. So here’s my tribute I drew for a man who was so full of laughter and love. I really did cry over his loss. Aladdin was one of the films I knew him best for since I grew up with it, along with so many of his other roles. Again, RIP Robin, I’m so sorry you had so much sadness in your life, but I hope that you are in a better place, laughing like you always did for the world.

Ashley this is breath taking and I want to cry.

    angelrin89:

    ashleycassaday:

    I didn’t even have to guess what today’s sketch dailies topic would be. So here’s my tribute I drew for a man who was so full of laughter and love. I really did cry over his loss. Aladdin was one of the films I knew him best for since I grew up with it, along with so many of his other roles. Again, RIP Robin, I’m so sorry you had so much sadness in your life, but I hope that you are in a better place, laughing like you always did for the world.

    Ashley this is breath taking and I want to cry.

    Reblogged from: 50flightsofstrong
  8. The Pornographication of Fitness Needs to Stop

    the-exercist:

    cardio-and-calculus:

    the-exercist:

    complexmindsimpleheart:

    the-exercist:

    Fitness magazines don’t help us get fit. Gazing at images of caricatured breasts, buttocks and biceps gives you the impression this is how a fit body should look, that every fit body needs to be shaped in the same vein. Fitness magazines use exactly these images to “inspire” women to look this way. Yet most of us can’t identify with what we are looking at because we don’t believe ordinary us could ever be them. 

    […] What are we teaching our young women who want desperately to believe that they too can be as ripped and shredded? They don’t realize what it takes to look so tight. They want to be there and harm themselves to reach an almost unattainable ideal. When will it be acceptable to lift heavy, building confidence and brainpower while strengthening your body, not concerning yourself with how cute your bottom looks in booty shorts?

    […] Being fit in a functional rather than sexual way means you are entirely capable of being powerful no matter what your height, bust size, shoe size or hair color. You are empowered from the depths of your DNA because you did the work, you earned your place and you walk confidently because of it. A functionally fit You welcomes all sizes, shapes and colors, your boobs and butt are incidental. What we really need to build in the gym is a sense of self and what we are capable of.

    !!! But add boys/men

    No.

    We’re talking about women right now. 

    Or we can talk about everybody because there’s an unrealistic expectation for men as well as women

    A word to everyone who reblogs posts with responses like the above:

    If you actually cared about men’s issues, you wouldn’t tack them on as an afterthought to a woman’s conversation: You’d instead be actively engaging in dialogues that explore the nuances of men’s problems in society. You wouldn’t simply wait until a woman is speaking and then shout “Yeah, men too!” You’d talk about these things independently and give men the attention that they deserve as individuals, instead of waiting for a woman to do the work, shouldering her aside and then insisting that men be given a spot on the stage too. 

    If you actually cared about women’s issues, you wouldn’t demand that they give up their space. You’d recognize that conversations by women and about women are perfectly valid. When a woman is talking about her personal experiences and the way social pressures have affected her life, you wouldn’t allow her to be interrupted or derailed. You wouldn’t actively talk over her or steal away attention, focusing on issues that are outside of her point, until the conversation drifts so far away that you aren’t even discussing women anymore. 

    So both now and in the future, my answer here is going to remain the same: Can we talk about everyone?

    No.

    We’re still talking about women right now. 

    Reblogged from: persipanprinzessin
  9. trytobefreee:

    securelyinsecure:

    Motivation

    YESSSS

    Reblogged from: fitnessfoodfabulous
  10. fitchris25:

    healthypromise:

    love this so much haahahha

    I would sex Jake so hard if he did this hahaha

    Reblogged from: 50flightsofstrong
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