Tame the Donut

I eat food.

(I used to eat too much food every day. Sometimes I still eat too much food, especially if I'm having a bad day. That's why I have 100+ pounds to lose.)

Loves: Buffy, my husband, being a writer, HIMYM, purple eyeliner, doing interviews, fireworks, etymology

The Place Inside The Blizzard: I watched the first episode of Breaking Bad last night and all I could...


I watched the first episode of Breaking Bad last night and all I could think about was “I am so glad I live in the UK”.

Seriously, how little do they pay teachers that they have to get a second job? They are crying out for science teachers here in the UK, if you have a First in your degree and…

Honestly, the health care stuff is pretty realistic. I can’t count the number of times in college that I couldn’t afford to see a doctor and couldn’t get treatment for something simple like strep until it was bad enough to make me go to the ER—and so I’d end up paying thousands to obtain some antibiotics. College campuses offer doctors usually, but not during breaks or summer. A ton of people have jobs that don’t include insurance, are underemployed or unemployed and just can’t get health care.

My husband and I have good insurance now, but I’d still avoid the heck out of an ambulance because apparently even with our insurance a ride is like $500. It’s a ridiculous problem here that pretty much begins and ends with rich, powerful people telling everyone else what they do or don’t deserve.


everyone looks down on jesse for being a junkie and a loser, but he is an infinitely better person than walt is. 

(Source: anipich)






Have you ever wondered why Loki’s eyes are so blue in The Avengers? In fact, Tom Hiddleston’s eyes are blue and he had to use green contacts plus effects in Thor. Loki’s eyes are blue in The Avengers because of his scepter. The same happened with Hawkeye and Selvig. Loki was very vulnerable when Thor smashed him on the floor. He had a few moments of lucity, just like when Natasha slapped Hawkeye. Thor asked Loki to look around and see the damage he caused, asking to help him. It was a conflic, you can see. Then his eyes became green. You can see in the last gif. The change is VERY notable. It was a conflict, but the power of the Tesseract was stronger. Loki did many bad things, but he was being possessed most of time. NOT like a robot, as with the others, but as said Loki “It touches everyone differently”. Everything makes sense to you now? One of the reasons why I can’t hate Loki at all. I’m not saying he’s not guilty, he is, but the Tesseract’s power fueled his hatred. He was being, in fact, controlled. Now we have sure of it.


I need this movie in blu ray

I need to lie down

I need a drink

I’m just going to lay down in this ditch and rethink my life


(via flomation)


i havent eaten an apple in days. the doctors are closing in. my barricade wont last much longer. theyre coming. tell my family i love them

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Don’t settle. Don’t finish crappy books. If you don’t like the menu, leave the restaurant. If you’re not on the right path, get off it.

—Chris Brogan (via joliesauvage)

(Source: quotethat, via weight-a-second)

1. There will be several days that you daydream about stepping in front of a city bus. Don’t. It will not be beautiful. It will not be brave. It will be selfish. It will be broken. Your mother will cry.

2. Don’t write for him. Write for you. Write for others like you. Write so the girl that thinks about stepping in front of public transportation doesn’t. Don’t be selfish.

3. When you will yourself to sleep and it doesn’t come- get up. It doesn’t matter that it’s 3 am. There will be other 3 am’s. Take a shower. Take two. Wash him out of your hair. Write a poem. Read the same book you’ve read 202 times again. The 203rd time might tell you something different. Don’t stay in bed- you will think about the bus again.

4. Don’t kiss him because he’s broken. Don’t kiss him because his laughter never reaches his eyes. Don’t try and fix him. Fix yourself first. Be selfish. He can’t save you.

5. Date yourself. Take yourself out to eat. Don’t share your popcorn at the movies with anyone. Stroll around an art museum alone. Fall in love with canvases. Fall in love with yourself.

6. Dress up and wear red lipstick and get drunk with your friends. They’re the ones that will pick you up. Don’t kiss him. Or him. Don’t fall asleep on strange couches with strange boys. When his hand slides up your dress walk away. Hit him. Don’t kiss him. He can’t save you.

7. Get another tattoo. Get five more. Get another hole in your ear. Don’t listen to your dad. You will still be able to get a job. Did you really want to be employed by someone like your father? Haven’t you had enough of judgmental old white men anyway? Get fuck you tattooed in tiny letters on your hip.

8. When you feel the yearning for a new city- start over. Take 200 bucks and a three suitcases. Work anywhere that will have you. Meet strange people and forget your name. Call yourself Ruby. No one will know the difference. Remember to call your mother. Don’t be selfish. Come home when you find yourself in the strangers and the small one bedroom apartment.

9. Don’t whisper evil things into your own ear. Other people are going to shout them at you. Be your own hero. Keep a sword on your key ring.

10. Don’t step in front of a city bus. It will not be beautiful. Live. Stay up all night with a boy that promises you everything and means it. Live. See shitty local bands with a friend. Wear a different band’s t-shirt. No one will care. Live. Have a baby girl with tiny fingers and tiny toes someday. Pour love into her until it’s overflowing. Live. Wake up. Staying in bed all day is not poetic.

Live. Live.


Do you hear that? It’s me. It’s your life. Wake up.

Stop telling women that we should find ourselves beautiful and that we should love ourselves when you are standing right there, judging us on how our knees look in short skirts and how prominent our boobs are in a sweater and how much makeup we are or are not wearing.

Instead of us working harder on “love your body” and “find your inner beauty”, the rest of the world should be working harder on “stop telling women their bodies are a shameful place to live but that if they’re strong enough, they will learn to embrace that shame.”

This is my body. It’s not “beautiful”. I don’t “love it”. I don’t have to. I don’t have to have any strong feelings about my body. And whatever feelings I do have are not somehow invalid if they’re not glowing reviews.



15 amazing things in nature you won’t believe actually exist


I am gonna make it my personal mission to see these places some day.

(via weightlosskg)