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b0bfosse:

hey girl
I’m just going to keep being gorgeous and ruin your life, dont mind me

b0bfosse:

hey girl

I’m just going to keep being gorgeous and ruin your life, dont mind me

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s0uthern-bell:

jachtagelclarineduro:

This guy wants to be mad but can’t

I work at RadioShack and I think I’d laugh my assss off if someone did this to me haha

Apple fan for life ;)

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bombing:

turns out a creampie isn’t a pastry and the internet is a disgusting place

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arctic-hands:

ultrafacts:

10 Things we will all miss from our childhood..

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Are you happy you made me cry you sick son/daughter/gender neutral progeny of a bitch/bastard/gender neutral insult.  

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nrnwtheater:

Excerpt: As I am sure we all have said once or twice or twenty times before, Audra McDonald could sip water and read her electric bill on stage and it would be fantastic. Quite possibly, the performance of the season. Such is the power of the Godra…respect it and bow down.

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chronically—courageous:

Laura Hillenbrand has produced 2 bestsellers, Seabiscuit in 2001 which has sold over 6 million copies, and Unbroken which sold 2 million copies in its first 13 months. Seabiscuit became an Oscar nominated film, while Unbroken, is currently being made into a film.
Laura writes stories about amazing resilience and strength, meanwhile, fighting a battle against a disease some of us are all to familiar with. I think it’s about time someone wrote a story about her, because being an incredibly successful author while fighting against the wraths of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, is definitely something that should be applauded and recognized.
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chronically—courageous:

Laura Hillenbrand has produced 2 bestsellers, Seabiscuit in 2001 which has sold over 6 million copies, and Unbroken which sold 2 million copies in its first 13 months. Seabiscuit became an Oscar nominated film, while Unbroken, is currently being made into a film.
Laura writes stories about amazing resilience and strength, meanwhile, fighting a battle against a disease some of us are all to familiar with. I think it’s about time someone wrote a story about her, because being an incredibly successful author while fighting against the wraths of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, is definitely something that should be applauded and recognized.

Www.whitneyhomer.blogspot.com

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chronically—courageous:

Having a Chronic illness is frustrating, but sometimes you have to find the humor in it. I found these t-shirts and just HAD to share with you all. Some of these are just too funny for those of us suffering from chronic illness, and sometimes you just gotta laugh at yourself and the crappy situation you’re in.

The website is www.lookhuman.com (and they are also having some kind of sale until Nov/7 buy 3 get 1 free on certain merchandise) and the cool thing is everything can be customized . You can change the color of the shirt, the size (men/women), you can also pick style; tank top, baseball tee, v neck, scoop neck, hoodie, long sleeve etc. They also sell phone cases and pillows. They have some way awesome stuff (I found the site when I was looking for Harry potter shirts) and when I kept seeing all these shirts that could make those of us with illnesses laugh…I just had to share!

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kittje:

how to support someone with POTS/Dysautonomia

The dysautonomiac is generally not a ‘morning person’. But it’s NOT their fault and they are NOT lazy!

They are at their worst in the morning. This is often because they haven’t had fluids all night, and people with dysautonomia often dehydrate…

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tessyloowhoo:

I just want to be normal.

I don’t want to be sick anymore.

I don’t want to struggle.

I want to be strong.

I want to achieve what i work so fucking hard for.

I want a healthy body.

I want a happy mind.

I just don’t want to be sick anymore.

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Having your body betray you on a daily basis, causing so much pain that you can barely move, is soul shattering. It’s like being in prison, without committing a crime. You’re innocent, but you are being punished anyway. And sometimes, you can’t help but wonder how life can be so unfair.

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heart-filled-with-hope:

If you’re battling a mental illness and didn’t want to wake up this morning but did anyways, you’re a motherfucking badass. Because living with a mental illness is hard and I’m damn proud of you for still being here and fighting. You’re metal as hell and tough as nails. So keep on fighting, you kickass Viking warrior. You can win this.

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