enliven-ed:

You have permission to eat. Even if you:

  • Haven’t exercised.
  • Eaten too much yesterday.
  • Eaten too much today.
  • Don’t know the exact nutritional value of the meal.
  • Have gained weight.
  • Aren’t feeling hungry ‘enough’.
  • Feel like you don’t deserve it.
Reblogged from dusty dreams

mostlycatsmostly:

World’s Shortest Photoshoot (via Kathrin K. und Kötis)

Reblogged from pasta

cupcakeforger:

catbushandludicrous:

Fact: If there were a button I could press to make Sir Patrick Stewart a regular fake news correspondent I would never stop pressing it

oh god 

Necessity has the face of a dog.

Gabriel García Márquez, 1927-2014. From Oxford Essential Quotations.

Today we’re remembering Gabriel García Márquez, who passed away yesterday. The Colombian novelist, short-story writer, and journalist was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1982. His literary works have influenced writers all over the world. In particular, his novel Cien años de soledad (One Hundred Years of Solitude, 1967) was a landmark in literary theory and history, and gave rise to the term “magic realism,” leading many writers to imitate its style. García Márquez has always felt suspicious of pure realism which, in his view, is unable to capture the essence of Latin America.

(via oupacademic)

fruitbat46:

my ideal weight is the weight of me holding eight puppies

Reblogged from That One Classics Kid