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blogwater:

BLOOMKING #2 by John Erbach

blogwater:

BLOOMKING #2 by John Erbach

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dajo42:

occasionally friends ask me if they should lose or gain weight and i want to say "it’s okay to be whatever weight you feel comfortable with and it’s okay to make changes if you don’t feel comfortable and it’s okay to make changes at your own pace in a way that makes you feel good and it’s okay to never make any change at all. you are under no obligation to do or not do anything- if you don’t want to, that’s cool. if you do want to, that’s cool. whatever helps you be as comfortable as possible, friend" but what i actually say is "whatever, you’re hot as fuck either way, seriously" which is close enough

jacobshutup:

is anyone really happy with their nose

my nostrils are perfect circles

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teamfreesnuggles:

daenerys targaryen is everything i aspire to be in life

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fishingboatproceeds:

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Dhaka, Bangladesh. More than 1,100 people were killed. As detailed in this story, some progress has been made in improving conditions for Bangladeshi factory workers, but there is still a long way to go, particularly as large American retailers like Target and Wal-Mart haven’t signed on to the international inspection agreement. (They say they’re doing their own inspections.)
The victims’ fund also remains critically underfunded as many brands that bought clothes from the factory—including JC Penney and Benetton—have failed to make contributions.

fishingboatproceeds:

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Dhaka, Bangladesh. More than 1,100 people were killed. As detailed in this story, some progress has been made in improving conditions for Bangladeshi factory workers, but there is still a long way to go, particularly as large American retailers like Target and Wal-Mart haven’t signed on to the international inspection agreement. (They say they’re doing their own inspections.)

The victims’ fund also remains critically underfunded as many brands that bought clothes from the factory—including JC Penney and Benetton—have failed to make contributions.

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