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  2. Tips for dealing with fatty and sugary foods this holiday season

    1. Eat it
    2. Eat it all
    3. It’s the season of pumpkin and cranberry and peppermint everything
    4. Fuck the magazines that try and guilt you with the “Christmas 8” or whatever they’ve made up
    5. And fuck anyone who chirps at you and asks “do you REALLY need that second helping of green bean casserole?”
    6. Oh and cupcakes make a great cheap/last minute gift for any occasion (you can even make them vegan!)

    Congratulations you have all the tools you need to deal with holiday food this year.

    (Source: pandavalkyrie)

     
  3. airria:

    After reading “10 Honest Thoughts On Being Loved By A Skinny Boy” this one passage left an impact on me:

    My college theater professor once told me
    that despite my talent,
    I would never be cast as a romantic lead.
    We do plays that involve singing animals
    and children with the ability to fly,
    but apparently no one
    has enough willing suspension of disbelief
    to go with anyone loving a fat girl.

    Girl, I just proved them wrong.  In the end, my character swoops in to get the guy.  And it’s an open happy ending for the two.

     
  4. Dear Cosmo: Fuck you.
    I will not take sex tips from you on how to please a man you think I do not deserve.
    — Rachel Wiley’s “10 Honest Thoughts On Being Loved by a Skinny Boy” (via queenvernice)
     
  5. In “Pitch Perfect,” Rebel Wilson’s character Amy goes by “Fat Amy.” She does this, she says, so “twig bitches” don’t call her fat behind her back. Wilson has a significant role in the movie and wields her deadpan comedic style with great aplomb but her size is still a plot point. Her size cannot go unacknowledged the way body size is unacknowledged for her slimmer costars. Wilson also recently starred in “Bachelorette,” where during the first half of the movie, her character, Becky’s size was a major plot point and a source of much of the movie’s humor. In the movie, Becky is getting married to an attractive, successful man and her three best friends Regan, Gena, and Katie simply can’t believe Becky, as the overweight friend, is the one to get married first. On the night of the bachelorette party, Regan and Katie try to fit into Becky’s dress while Gena takes a picture for Facebook because nothing is funnier, I imagine, than humiliating the bride to be. When the dress rips, the rest of the movie is spent with the three bridesmaids trying to right a wrong borne out of cruelty.