Yes. I was born in October of 1991. And I appreciate the compliment.
Goodness that is a hard one.
I love being super super soft and squishy.
I love my rolls that I play with often.
I love to jiggle, and wiggle with it! (I am such a dork)
I like that friends usually find me comfy to lay near, by, or on…they tend to fall asleep from the softness and love the warmth I give off.
I like to eat what I want, when I want, wherever I want.
I love being stuffed, full, or fed.
I just love being a fatty! <3
This is awesome you are so cute I love how open you are you are truly living life to the fullest as full as you can so stay fabulous my friend!! :)
I like your attitude!
The other [way of fuelling spiritual worldliness] is the self-absorbed promethean neopelagianism of those who ultimately trust only in their own powers and feel superior to others because they observe certain rules or remain intransigently faithful to a particular Catholic style from the past. A supposed soundness of doctrine or discipline leads instead to a narcissistic and authoritarian elitism, whereby instead of evangelizing, one analyzes and classifies others, and instead of opening the door to grace, one exhausts his or her energies in inspecting and verifying.
I’ll keep that in mind.
I posted the gifset without paying attention to that last comment. The gifset is (I believe) from an MTV campaign against microaggressions, which I do think is a great message. That one comment, now that I took another look at it and actually read it, is actually a perfect example of the problem: people who don’t think microaggressions are a thing.
Thanks for pointing that out; I just saw the gifset and thought it was so great that I reblogged it without looking at the comments too hard.
“why don’t poor people just get a job?”