uhhuh everything was merely prelude
nothing else mattered
everything was merely prelude

Camdyn || 18 || Canada
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I reblog a variety of things so there's no telling what might turn up. But if there's something you need me to tag, don't hesitate to say so. I try to tag most of my posts anyhow.
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Geoff always said that, out of fear, he’d fall over and let a rattlesnake eat him… Apparently he does that in all sorts of fear situations… including a hair crimper that’s older than Gavin.

may and october! :)

May: favourite manga/anime?

hmmm… It’s been a while since I’ve watched anime regularly and I didn’t read manga that often… for anime I’m gonna go with KHR (as an older fav) and Aldnoah Zero as a newer fav… while for manga I’ll go with Black Sun, Silver Moon since it’s the only manga I actually physically own (only the first two volumes, but still)

October: favourite game? 

Though I’ve never played it (to completion), I really like Amnesia: The Dark Descent… I am also really enjoying Borderlands 2

Feel free to ask

January: sexuality/preferences
February: city/state
March: favourite colour
April: favourite hair colour & favourite
eye colour
May: favourite manga & favourite anime
June: favourite book
July: favourite song/band
August: crush names
September: instruments I play/ want to play
October: favourite game
November: if I changed my name, what would it be
December: random fact about me :)


Sometimes recovery is waking up early to write in coffee shops and practicing yoga and eating lots of fruit and chocolate and sometimes it’s staying in bed all day and hiding from the world until you can stop crying. All of this is okay. What’s important is that you take care of yourself no matter what kind of day you’re having.




The new IOS8 update contains an app named Health which CANNOT BE DELETED.

The app allows you to choose which aspects of your health you choose to monitor, but available categories include “Body Measurements”, which includes body weight, and “Fitness”, which contains sections for calories consumed and calories burned. 

While this may be useful for those looking to monitor their fitness, it could be triggering and harmful to those suffering with or in recovery from eating disorders, especially in sufferers with obsessive compulsive tendencies they find it very hard to abstain from, such as calorie counting, body measuring and weighing.

Whilst of course the app cannot force you to use it, it cannot be deleted, so will be present within your apps and can be a source of feelings of temptation to record numbers and of guilt and judgement for not using the app.

If you personally feel you could not emotionally handle the presence of this app,  and it would be detrimental to your recovery, please do not download IOS8. I do not know if a new IOS can be avoided permanently (if anyone has any information on this please do add it to the post), but if it cannot then please use the time you have to prepare yourself for the app, and to reinforce reminders that you do not have to calorie count, you do not have to weigh yourself, you do not owe proof of exercise to anyone, person or app.

i suggest hiding the app with this method


Sir Philip Green (the man behind the Topshop empire) turned his attention to the plus size world, hosting the London Fashion Week’s first-ever plus-size fashion show for his brand Evans.

“This is a big and important part of the market and we need to be seen to embrace it,” Green said of the move. “You cannot ignore the market place. And you can’t be defensive about it, or apologize about [plus-size fashion]. Why should the category be any different from petite?”


Fedex Employee Refers to Package Recipient as “Ching Chong”

Sorry, nobody here by that name. Also, you ought to be fired.

Not this again. Got word passed along to me about a recent racist incident involving a FedEx employee… In northern Virginia, a FedEx employee left a doortag regarding a package delivery to the residence of an Asian customer. In the space denoting the recipient’s name, the delivery man wrote "Ching Chong Lee."

Oh, hell no.

Diana L., whose parents received the doortag, contacted customer service to inquire about the name on the package, and how exactly this happened. During the course of this attempted delivery, “Chang” somehow became “Ching Chong” — a familiar racial slur we all know and love. This was not somebody’s honest mistake.

Read more: http://blog.angryasianman.com/2014/09/fedex-employee-refers-to-package.html

Michael “Rage Cute” Jones [x]


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Fantastic hybrids of menswear and corsetry by Sylvain Nuffer.

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