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i love when word tries to help


um yes i am employed thank you very much i have a Shit Job at the Shit Company making Shit Pay


what the hell when is that ever grammatically correct


that’s definitely not what he was looking for but thanks anyway word

Happy birthday Shakespeare 📜🎂❤️

Chanandler Bong strikes again

Get out of your head


And into your body

so you know you can attend hogwarts as a student online right


When you want it all to come right now,
they make you wait a little more for it. 

"With both anorexia and bulimia, food becomes the object of your desire… Never believe an eating-disordered person who says she hates food. It’s a lie. Denied food, your body and brain will begin to obsess about it. It’s the survival instinct, a constant reminder to eat, one that you try harder and harder to ignore, though you never can."

Marya Hornbacher, Wasted

"In truth, you like the pain. You like it because you believe you deserve it, and the fact that you’re putting yourself through pain means you are doing what you, by all rights, ought to do. You’re doing something right. It’s hard to describe how these two things can take place in the same mind: the arrogant, self-absorbed pride in yourself for your incredible feat, and the belief that you are so evil as to deserve starvation and any other form of self-mutilation. They coexist because you’ve split yourself in two… We don’t like to think that a person could have a twisted autoerotic life going on be both a top and a bottom, and experience both at once: the pleasure of beating the hell out of a body shackled at the wrists, and the pleasure of being the body and knowing we deserve each blow."

Marya Hornbacher, Wasted 

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"Eating disorders are addictions. You become addicted to a number of their effects. The two most basic and important: the pure adrenaline that kicks in when you’re starving—you’re high as a kite, sleepless, full of a frenetic, unstable energy—and the heightened intensity of experience that eating disorders generally induce.
At first, everything tastes and smells intense, tactile experience is intense, your own drive and energy themselves are intense and focused. Your sense of power is very, very intense. You are not aware, however, that you are quickly becoming addicted.
And there’s the rub. As with drugs, the longer you do it, the more you need to achieve that original high."

Marya Hornbacher, Wasted

"When people tell me I’m “cute,” I hear “chubby,” no matter how far from either I may be. I hear them telling me that I’m still a snub-nosed little girl with big tits and a round ass who’s too loud and too intense and entirely too much."

Marya Hornbacher, Wasted

"You cannot explain, with the limitations of language and experience, why your body can cause such a sudden, fumbling response in someone else, nor can you put into exact words what you feel about your body, explain the thrum it feels in proximity to another warm-skinned form. What you feel is a tangle of contradictions: power, pleasure, fear, shame, exultation, some strange wish to make noise. You cannot say how those things knit themselves together somewhere in the lower abdomen and pulse."

Marya Hornbacher, Wasted