1. kingsleyyy:

    life is so hard when your best pal is a 9.5/10 and you’re a strong 4 with the right filter and lighting

    All of my friends are 10s. Just saying.

    So, if you consider yourself my friend, you are a 10. If I consider you my friend, you are also a 10. Done.

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  2. This video is not romantic. It is an attempt by Thicke to use his huge public platform to manipulate and shame his wife into getting back together with him. Now, if she says no, she becomes the bad guy, and he becomes the victim. In fact, he’s already making himself out to be the victim – between his sad I’m-so-awful-and-pathetic texts, and the fact that his face is cut and bloody in the video, he’s doing his best to come off as the poor, heartbroken, sensitive man who’s been left by his mean, unrelenting wife. Sure he may have done some things that contributed to the breakup, but look how sorry he is. Look how willing to make amends. How could she be so cold and hard? And what about their children, don’t they deserve to have their father around?

    What Robin Thicke is doing is trying to coerce his wife into coming back to him, by publicly shaming and humiliating her. I have no idea whether the texts in the video were actually from her (though I really, really hope that they’re not), but it doesn’t really matter, because he’s presenting them as hers. He is, as @middle_ladle said on twitter, punishing her for leaving him quietly. He’s exposing her to the world, looking for sympathy. He’s making it harder and hard for her to say no.

    Robin Thicke and the Dynamics of Abuse - The Bell Jar (via mistyknights)
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  3. persipanprinzessin:

    vanhomme:

    Have dinner with a friend. Go out for a run. Cuddle up with a book. Read smutty fan fiction. Watch a TV show. Go to sleep early. Kiss someone you love.

    I’m having a toy cat on my lap right now because I felt like cuddling a pet and my hamster is still sleep :D

    That’s what I’m talking about :D

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  4. FAN: Would you ever want to host Saturday Night Live?
    ANTHONY: One of my dreams is to host Saturday Night Live.

    Reblogged from: amayonce
  5. Have dinner with a friend. Go out for a run. Cuddle up with a book. Read smutty fan fiction. Watch a TV show. Go to sleep early. Kiss someone you love.

  6. persipanprinzessin:

    vanhomme:

    persipanprinzessin:

    Nice, long 2h run. No headphones, no timer, just running with good weather and good track to check out how my body feels after that long break I took because of the blister. I love that feel after a long run when your brain is just empty.

    How is the blister?

    The half marathon is next week, isn’t it?

    The blister is almost gone completely, though still visible, but doesn’t hinder me at all. Gonna take good care of my feet this week, creme and all, becasue yeah, the halfi is next Sunday!

    Without wanting to sound too snoopy, how’d you fix the blister? :)

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  7. I think it’s weird when people say their mother is their best friend.

    I mean, I love my mom and I am incredibly close to her. I tell her everything. But she is not my best friend. She is my mom.

    I have lots of friends. I used to have friends I no longer talk to. I make new friends every once in a while. I even have a friend I’ve known and loved for 15 years.

    But I only have one mother. And I feel like I’d degrade the position she has in my life by calling her a “friend”. You know what I mean?

  8. persipanprinzessin:

    Nice, long 2h run. No headphones, no timer, just running with good weather and good track to check out how my body feels after that long break I took because of the blister. I love that feel after a long run when your brain is just empty.

    How is the blister?

    The half marathon is next week, isn’t it?

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  9. 1nd2rd3st:

    ridge:

    do you ever pretend like you didn’t see something so the other person doesn’t feel embarrassed 

    495,571 people whose mama taught them right

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  10. I had so much fun this week trying out a bunch of different things, so all those bruises on my legs are definitely worth it.

    We went tree climbing on Tuesday, and even though I am very much afraid of heights I did a lot better this time than a few years ago when I went for the first time. I can really tell that I am fitter now and that I am more confident in what my body is capable of. Also, this was one of the few times where I didn’t feel the pressure of actually being great at something, because I was too busy having fun.

    And then, yesterday, Annett and I went to a PoleFitness class. I only went because Annett didn’t want to go alone, to be honest. I didn’t think that my body is actually made for spinning around the pole and I still don’t. But I still had fun (even though I can’t spin for the life of me) and again, I was surprised by how well I did.

    So, yay, for me being fitter and having fun and actually being able to relax during sports.

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