damn….. ash is shredded as fuck
*Witty description of Maggie's personality and back story that gives you a vague yet positive impression of her as a person. A gay, gay person*
You’re driving down the street
There’s no one around and you’re stuck at a red light
Out of the corner of your eye, you spot him
Trying to drive far from Shia LaBeouf
He’s in a fucking car it’s Shia LaBeouf,
Driving round the cornerrrr
DRIVING FOR YOUR LIFE FROM SHIA LABEOUF
I live off this street 0_0
Okay so Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse is basically a fantastic web series. The characters fully acknowledge that they’re all dolls, complete with being made of plastic, making click sounds when you try to pose their legs, and Barbie’s having a wardrobe full of accessory packs and all of her previous careers being canon.
There’s three seasons of episodes available now and they’re all around the 4 minute mark. Check it out.
this is where thin privilege intersects with male privilege. this is where fat girls are reminded that no place is safe: that nerd culture, which is supposed to stand for acceptance of people who are intellectual and non-athletic and different, still employs the same double standards that the rest of the world does. men are allowed to be fat. women are not.
my bazinga shirt was custom made, i shouldnt have to do that in a world like this :/ fat phobia is real
They are shirt sizes… it takes fabric.. you sorta pay for the fabric.. It is how business works…
If this were actually what’s going on, then you would also pay more for a medium than for a small. And the way clothes are made in mass production, the addition fabric needed for any single shirt is mere pennies, not $2-5.
So. You have no idea what you are talking about.
Also, paying extra for extra fabric does not in any way explain men’s shirts being available in bigger sizes- especially considering the fact that “men’s” shirts are usually bigger in the first place
Fucking please if the whole ~fabric~ argument were true denim shorts would cost less than pants - they don’t. My mom’s petite clothing could cost less than my “tall length” clothing - they don’t. And my 11 year old’s sister clothes would cost less than me 17 year old brother’s (she’s much shorter/smaller than he is) - they don’t.
I would also like to add that maternity clothing often uses more fabric than average and is about the same price.