gayleaf:

you’re not allowed to wear a cotton t-shirt unless you’re a true fan! do you go to the fields and look at it? do you appreciate the agricultural implications of a gigantic cotton industry? do you understand the harvesting process? name 5 cotton harvesting machines. didn’t think so

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The reason I find fitness so attractive is simple

motivatedandmedicated:

To see someone putting in that much hard work into their body reflects their lifestyle and usually the type of person they are and I admire that in someone. Dedication, persistence, discipline.

yeahhhh not necessarily. “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover” works negatively and positively. Because someone works out and puts hard work in to their body doesn’t always mean they are dedicated or disciplined. Some people are mentally ill and work out off of insecurities or sicknesses, some do it for money, some do it to strive to meet a standard, etc. So while some of these people MAY be disciplined in one aspect, doesn’t mean they are in others. And it also doesn’t mean they aren’t laden with a host of other problems that come along with these characteristics. So the sooner we can get over this “fit people are more dedicated and hard working than anyone else” bullshit, the better. Aka I run 6 miles at least three times a week and I am the most undisciplined, lazy shitbag ever, myth debunked, bye. 

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Of course, you never really forget anyone, but you certainly release them. You stop allowing their history to have any meaning for you today. You let them change their haircut, let them move, let them fall in love again. And when you see this person you have let go, you realize that there is no reason to be sad. The person you knew exists somewhere, but you are separated by too much time to reach them again. Chelsea Fagan, How We Let People Go (via hellozela)

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