Daily Archives: August 30, 2011

Something is fundamentally wrong with the female body and it’s natural to be unhappy with it. It’s not just natural teenage insecurity either. In our society, adult female bodies are treated like mistakes that continually need correcting. It’s too smelly, it’s too hairy, it’s the wrong shape, it’s the wrong colour. We’re seen to be badly designed somehow, needing extra stuff to make them okay. Being unhappy about your body is often presented as one of the essential personality traits of women, if we believe what society tells us. Teenagers and Cosmetic Surgery – The F-Word (via ilovefat) (via definatalie) (via bbwprincess) (via allthechocolatesinthebox) (via sexisnottheenemy) (via curvesahead) (via thechocolatebrigade) (via localyolk) (via pixiemoon42) (via ravengeary) (via thisfan) (via jumblejo) (via dangerousmimes) (via librarianpirate) (via mimisaurus)

sirensssong: slayground: After six months at Marymount, he moved back to Sweden to chase after a girl he’d met only three weeks prior to his trip to New York. “This was before Skype, and it was really expensive to call,” he says. “She broke up with me after six months and I was devastated, very naïve—not old and bitter like I am now. After she dumped me, I was like, I’m coming home, baby! Please take me back! I rode into town on my white stallion thinking I was saving the most beautiful relationship in the history of mankind. She dumped me again a couple months later.” || Blackbook Magazine [2011]  Where is she, I will end her. Bahaha. I bet you would. 🙂 (Source: http://slayground.tumblr.com/post/9587227403/after-six-months-at-marymount-he-moved-back-to)

I haven’t called to get a new appointment to see the doctor because I don’t really know what else he or she (my old doctor has “graduated”) would be able to give me.  I mean, with hives/rash from Penicillin, Ceclor, Septra, and Zithromax; neuropathy from fluoroquinolone toxicity; Biaxin just flat out never working; and now this, I think that the doctor might just throw up their hands and scream as they run out of the room. Because of my hesitance to go see the doctor again, my mom decided to tell my grandmother that I’m not really all that sick.  When she got off the phone, I asked her what she meant by that.  She claimed she didn’t say it, even though I could plainly hear her.  So, I guess I’m expected to go see the doctor, even with the doubts that anything can or will be done.  I know the infection is worse, since I can actually feel and see that it is worse.  I’ve been coughing a lot lately and if my emotions shift suddenly (i.e. I get scared) or if I just get into a  regular coughing fit, my asthma seems to start playing its whole “I’m going to withhold air from you” card.  That alone should have convinced me to see the doctor, but really I don’t want to go. So I don’t know if I will be calling the doctor or not.  I guess I probably should, but I just really don’t want to see a doctor.  I’m not really in a mood where I think that doctors can do much of anything for me.  It isn’t really a hopeless feeling as much as it is just something that I have come to expect from them. I did decide that maybe, before I try calling, I should try doing the sinus rinse thing again.  Unfortunately, the only thing that seemed to happen with it is that it made my ears hurt like hell.  I don’t get how that happened, but it did.  I think that it may have done that at one point, after I had my sinus surgery, but I honestly don’t remember.  All I remember are bad headaches, but the doctors seem to take me more seriously if I at least try the rinse.  I don’t get why they think that salt water up the nose should work for everyone, but I guess that they have their reasons. I really wish I could go for more than one or two entries without mentioning doctors or being sick or hurting.

How Much Resistance, Pain, Torture it Endures

sirensssong: Come on! Let’s kill the bitch!  I don’t understand what a vampire needs with a gun. That’s an Alan Ball for you. xD The gun is probably to take out Marnie/Antonia.  It would allow them to be far enough away from her to kill her without being brought under some kind of spell.  She seems to be able to do a better job of the necromancy when vamps are closer to her.  I know that across the room isn’t really a big difference, but I’m sure that in Alan Ball’s brain, there is some kind of massive difference. (Source: http://gossipofsuck.tumblr.com/post/9556208704/come-on-lets-kill-the-bitch)