Time to move.
Do you ever just really want to kiss someone and all you can think about is kissing them and their lips and their tongue and the little noises they make and kissing their neck and collarbones and biting their lips and god you just CAN’T STOP THINKING ABOUT KISSING
that’s what he gets for that unlawful comb over beard combo lookin like a cheese curl in a cardigan
*listening to midnight memories*
WHERE DID THIS LEATHER JACKET COME FROM
HOW DID THIS CIGARETTE GET IN MY MOUTH
how come when they hi five their fingers intertwine like they bout to hold hands
everyone with a cat ever
liam - boy you take home to mama
louis - boy you sneak out at night with
zayn - boy you can’t stay away from
niall - the boy next door who has a crush on you
harry - your sister
Ever accidentally throw something away and then later realize you actually needed it? Haha i did this with my life
I feel like you’re trying to label me as a bratty, spoilt white girl unaware of the enormity of the worlds suffering - don’t. I’m very aware of it and deeply saddened by the travesty and If I could change it in a heart beat then I would without a second thought. However, Food is an issue we’re all very aware of whether it be obesity, eating disorders or lack of and malnutrition we’re all aware of the issues revolving around food in one way or another. I, as you’ve already decided am in fact a “privileged” white girl in a developed country, I have plenty of food on my table, clean water and a bed to sleep in as well as many other luxuries that other’s do not and for that I’m very grateful however, that does not deem me exempt of any issues in my life or trauma’s of my own. Now, The reason I find people commenting on other’s eating such a huge issue for me is because
- Why do others find it necessary to make others feel uncomfortable? (Who the fuck cares what other people eat, you just worry about yourself and what you’re eating and shut the hell up)
- The multitude of possible repercussions of these unnecessary comments.
Society is very shallow, we judge others by what they look like and deem their worth accordingly and I find that disgusting and therefore we’re all mostly very self conscious, especially the younger generations whose mind’s are still determining the ways of the world and within themselves creating an identity accordingly. If a person is already self conscious about their appearance, commenting on their eating behaviours can dramatically magnify this issue to the point where a person can develop disordered eating and mental disorders associated. Eating Disorders (Over Eating, Under Eating, Binge/Purge) are a growing problem in developed countries, A greater percentage of people diagnosed with anorexia die than those who are diagnosed with cancer, not to mention the devastating impact eating disorders have on one’s body if you’re lucky enough to survive: heart problems, infertility, liver malfunction, nutrient intolerance, just to name a few. These disorders do not solely revolve around food, the mentality manifests into something that’s dysfunctional which can lead to other disorders such as depression, anxiety, self harm and suicide - Look at Demi Lovato’s story, comments made by others (especially about her weight) nearly ruined her life not solely because of her developed eating disorder but because of the mental illnesses that manifested as a result. If that isn’t good enough for you, eating disorders and disordered eating are increasingly developing in children (below the age of 12) who are believing they’re fat because of either society’s implied expectations or comments made by others. Children are dieting and depriving themselves of the necessary nutritions they need to grow, to function and further develop adequately. But yes, Sticks and stones right?