By Egon Schiele
I photographed my room mates boobies.
A photo of two gay fathers has gone viral on the Internet — but maybe not for the reasons that you would expect.
This is great.
This makes me so happy :D They look so hapy even when they’re not smiling oooh ^-^
i love this with all of my love
Surreally GIFs by Bill Domonkos
Bill Domonkos is a visual artist and filmmaker. His work has been shown internationally in cinemas, film festivals, galleries and museum.
So I’m creating a movie poster for an international documentary about Japanese and Canadian relations, and you know how I got the job?
Director: shit, we forgot to make a poster. hey jelly, can you make a poster?
jelly: uhh…I’m not really qualified-
Director: cool, we distribute tomorrow. send me something tonight
the canadian film and television industry, where education doesn’t matter and no one gives a shit.
Eat. Eat wholesome healthy meals 3 times a day.
The other day my room mate said something amazing to me, she said I helped her improve her body image issues in regards to happy eating. In other words, not living up to somebody else’s expectation of your body.
Wow. That’s incredible. Especially when I didn’t think I had done anything. Especially when I look back on my high school self and see how horribly I treated my body.
I always thought I was a third party looking in on bulimia and anorexia and extreme diets. I thought “how could anyone be so stupid?!” and I didn’t realize I was right in the middle of the problem. I am by no means a skinny girl, during high-school my BMI was “obese” and my idea of “diet” was no breakfast, an apple for lunch, and half a portion for dinner.
I didn’t lose a single pound. In fact, I gained weight because of starvation mode. I was 5”2, 162lbs, and starving. Sometimes I would go through periods of extreme fitness to try and slim down, and sometimes it would work. But it wasn’t long until my hunger kicked in and a month later I was right back where I started weight wise.
Then I went off to University, and I realized this is what my body is supposed to look like. I’m not an awkward gawky blob shaped teenager anymore, I’m a woman with hips and boobs and tummy. And the more I ate, the more people became attracted to me, and the healthier my body looked. it wasn’t until I started eating that I lost 10lbs.
That isn’t to say I over ate, or ate junk food. I made healthy delicious choices for myself, and when I skipped a meal it wasn’t because I felt fat, it was because I wasn’t hungry.
I’m 21 now, and only 10lbs lighter than the 162lbs from high school. This is my body and I can’t change that unless I’m willing to accept constant fitness and dieting. But you know what? There are much more important and incredible things I can be doing with my time.
So guess what body? You’re an old boot but I love you.
Can we talk about this?
this man is so ridiculously good looking.