Is that a sexy fucking leg garter I put on my robot?
Why question it?
I like my robots with no distinguishable necks, rather a free rotating head suspended upon industrial strength cable-wires.. or a hologram head.
because I hate trying to draw necks
I love to draw Angel in frilly aprons and little classic french maid outfits because I think it’s cute.
Cute little she-bot in cute little outfits. Cute little singular expression that might be a little creepy because you can’t tell she was angry by looking at her..
this is my favourite picture ever
hahahahahAHAHAHA harry is a disgrace i love him
Every time I say “Ha ha oh” to something I am seriously going
“You’re not fat. You have fat.”
I got a lot of messages like that when I called myself fat in a selfie I posted a few days ago. I appreciate the intention, but try as I might I can’t bring myself to care about the message simply because I don’t get it. What’s so wrong with using the adjective fat? Is it so bad that we have to skirt around the truth and structure sentences so we can distance ourselves from it as much as we can?
Fat is just a word. It’s an adjective and a noun. We all have fat but not all of us are fat, which is why saying I have fat is not the same as saying I am fat. I understand that the whole ‘you have fat’ idea is trying to achieve something positive, but I think it’s also contributing to our fixation on the word fat and reinforcing the negativity we have come to associate with it. Fat is not an insult, but in the end it’s up to you if you’ll take it as one. But here’s what I suggest: If you’re fat, be comfortable with saying you’re fat because I bet Dany’s dragons that it’s not the only thing you are. You’re smart, funny, talented, brave, thoughtful, kind, loyal, and a dozen other things that having a fat body won’t change.
P.S. Anyone who thinks fat=ugly clearly hasn’t seen Rebel Wilson in leather.
KIM, YOU ARE FUCKING PERFECT. THANK YOU.
My small dog just came over to me and stuck her head under my tit and lifted it up and we sat there staring at each other like