katies-green-eyes:

lecinea:

waltdisneyconfessions:

" I don’t think I will be able to see Finding Dory when it hit theaters. Ellen Degeneres use to be one of my role models but when she did her sketch about fashion sizes in America and said that size zero women were ‘nothing’ it hurt so much because I thought she was for everyone, no matter their size. Now every time I think of her I get triggered and depressed instead of the love from her that I use to see. It hurts and it makes me sad because I really wanted to see the movie."

Except that Ellen didn’t say that size zero women were nothing. If I’m not mistaken the direct quote is:

"Really, it’s not just Abercrombie & Fitch, I’ve noticed the trend in women’s clothing. It’s getting ridiculous, there is a size zero. A size zero. Which I don’t understand. Zero is nothing.

It is a critique on how women’s clothing sizes are labeled, not an attack on thin women. I can’t even understand how OP came to that conclusion (unless it’s another quote OP was referring to, in that case I apologize). Zero literally means nothing. And it’s absolutely ridiculous that a clothing size is labeled nothing, or even double nothing, don’t you think so? That is what wrong, and what Ellen was commenting about.Not that it’s wrong to wear a size zero, but that someone was so horrible to label a clothing size as zero.
I hope you read this OP, because it would be a shame if you lost a (in my opinion) excellent role-model over a misunderstanding.

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katies-green-eyes:

lecinea:

waltdisneyconfessions:

" I don’t think I will be able to see Finding Dory when it hit theaters. Ellen Degeneres use to be one of my role models but when she did her sketch about fashion sizes in America and said that size zero women were ‘nothing’ it hurt so much because I thought she was for everyone, no matter their size. Now every time I think of her I get triggered and depressed instead of the love from her that I use to see. It hurts and it makes me sad because I really wanted to see the movie."

Except that Ellen didn’t say that size zero women were nothing. If I’m not mistaken the direct quote is:

"Really, it’s not just Abercrombie & Fitch, I’ve noticed the trend in women’s clothing. It’s getting ridiculous, there is a size zero. A size zero. Which I don’t understand. Zero is nothing.

It is a critique on how women’s clothing sizes are labeled, not an attack on thin women. I can’t even understand how OP came to that conclusion (unless it’s another quote OP was referring to, in that case I apologize).
Zero literally means nothing. And it’s absolutely ridiculous that a clothing size is labeled nothing, or even double nothing, don’t you think so? That is what wrong, and what Ellen was commenting about.
Not that it’s wrong to wear a size zero, but that someone was so horrible to label a clothing size as zero.

I hope you read this OP, because it would be a shame if you lost a (in my opinion) excellent role-model over a misunderstanding.

SIGNAL BOOST

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gphil:

Ladies and gentlemen, the funniest president in the history of ever.

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missmegrose:

krypto-the-hellhound:

believeinwinchesters:

That’s the exact spot where I realized that she played the mom on suite life of zack and cody

thats the exact moment i realised sam had no idea what a ‘mom voice’ was

get out

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I’m making an experiment

casisinlovewithdean:

If you’ve read fanfiction and you consider them literature reblog and spread this.

Some people think that just because of fanfiction stories are based on original stories they can’t be great novels. I’ve read fanfics which are better written than a lot of published books so. Go, people. GO.

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prep-in-step:

my itunes library

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