my #1 talent is saying stupid things to people and immediately regretting it
how did the telephone propose to his girlfriend?
he gave her a ring
(Source: unrellevahnt, via theinternetherpesfruitbat)
Stop the innocent slaughtering of watermelons. #lol #watermelon #stupid #funny #stoptheinnocentslaughtering
Posting this because those who know me know I do not wear dresses and I rarely ever wear makeup. I also don’t take ‘selfies’ very often. I have poor self confidence. My good friend has always tried to get me to dress more girly I guess you could say. She’s been trying for years, and I have given her chances. She gave me a bunch of clothes and makeup and went to town, but it didn’t last long because I would always find someone who I thought was prettier. I had a mom that would constantly tell me I needed to lose weight or my slight acne was unattractive. She told me that no guy would want to be with a girl like me. She made me feel so insecure about myself. I don’t like my figure because my thighs are a but chubby (but that used to be muscle) and I hate how my legs look. I used to have a lot more weight on me. I had a stomach, but I was comfortable with it. A few months ago I randomly lost 20 pounds (don’t know how the only exercise I did was walking to the kitchen) but it didn’t make me feel prettier. People would comment that I lost weight and how good I looked, but I didn’t see it. I still don’t see it to this day, but it’s never bothered me. Being skinny or having a stomach doesn’t determine whether you’re beautiful or not. Beauty is loving who you are physically and mentally not weight. I still don’t go crazy about the whole makeup thing and wearing cute dresses and clothes all the time, but even when I did I would never wear a dress because I never wanted my legs to be seen or anyone to see the outline of my stomach, but as you can see here, I am in a dress. I’m wearing a dress that I feel comfortable in for the first time. Be comfortable with who you are. Everyone is beautiful it just takes time to realize that. It took me years, but I love who I am whether I’m still a bit insecure about it or not.