Mother of 2,
Wife of 1,
Days of Relaxation: 0
C'est La Vie



"We have some extra food do you want some?"


"I can’t finish this you want the rest of my food?"


"You wanna go out to eat, i’ll pay"



Magnificent sequence of Kiki’s kind nature to help her elderly customer bake a pie in a traditional method, even costing her health and engaging activities in order to deliver the goods to the birthday party of her customer’s granddaughter. It shows that no matter how hard you work, sometimes it goes under-appreciated. In truth, you and I have been in that situation before. The beauty of Studio Ghibli films is that we can relate to a lot of the hardships these characters go through in a very realistic circumstance.


Sweet Photos of a Senior Golden Retriever Snuggling with Baby Chicks. Remember Champ, the happiest dog in the world? His owner, 21-year-old Candice Sedighan, just shared with us a new series of photos she’s taken of the adorable dog and his newfound, rescued friends. All Photos by Candice Sedighan via  My Modern Metropolis  ~ Older dogs are adorable & very loving, too. ♥



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fucking rich white people laughing at how poverty is some diet they should try.

fuck these people

Not only that, but she’s fucking wrong. What she would do is buy the cheapest food possible that gives her enough calories to function, which surprise surprise isn’t fresh fruit and vegetables most of the time (they go bad quickly, require you not to live in a food desert and cost a lot of money).

Maybe she’d get some canned veggies she could wash and wash and wash to get that gross watery stuff they put in cans off, maybe a bag of potatoes that she hopes she has a car to load into cause catching the bus with heavy shit (especially in bad weather) is not fun. Maybe some frozen fruit, which is still very expensive compared to the calories in most of them and the serving sizes.

She’d probably buy lots of beans and rice so I hope she doesn’t have diabetes or other health issues that require less carbs. Meat would be ground beef and chicken on sale, but that’s still a huge chunk out of a $133 budget. Hope she’s not lactose intolerant cause milk substitutes are expensive. No nut allergies allowed. No gluten ones either. Most of the shit that caters to these allergies are expensive as fuck. 

In all honesty, she would likely buy bulk crap (which is processed and has lots of sodium and very little nutritional value), eat very very small meals calorie-wise (which, if you don’t get enough calories, actually makes you GAIN weight because your body goes into starvation mode and hordes all the calories you do put in it) and still be concerned about several meals at the end of the month.

The likelihood is actually that she would GAIN weight from being on a $133 a month food budget. 

Simple nutrition facts and a basic knowledge of poverty would have made this make more god damn fucking sense than this fucking drivel she spouted. 


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Here’s a serious advice. Even the nicest people have their limits. Don’t try to reach that point because the nicest people are also the scariest assholes when they’ve had enough.

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I don’t understand because wasn’t Olaf’s actions of lighting the fire, almost melting and then trying to save her and act of true love and shouldnt that have unfrozen her heart?

oh shit

That’s because they understood the ‘act of true love’ thing wrong. The act of true love was supposed to be done by Anna herself, hence why she thawed after she sacrificed herself for Elsa. Anna’s heart had to be thawed by her love for someone else.

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i can nt breath this old man who has like the biggest onion ever is so pr ou d of it 






this makes my heart smile

just think of the onion rings this thing could make….

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