Asked the wife to “touch my centre” the other night.
She stuck her finger in my belly button.
Here are some quick pictures I took of the completed bronze. Now it’s headed off to the Museum of American Illustration in New York City. It will be there as part of their Spectrum show. This was one of about seven sculptures selected for the exhibit from the last five years of the Spectrum art annual.
When people hate on anyone that likes Milah.
When people claim that Milah was a slut.
When people claim that Milah was “stolen” from Rumple.
When people state that Milah deserved to die.
Toronto Pearson. International arrivals.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
"if she didn’t want those nudes released, she wouldn’t have taken them"
so I guess you wouldn’t mind all your friends and family seeing your smutty fanfictions and filthy text posts since you wouldn’t have made them if you didn’t want anyone to see them
"If a female writer had produced such an almighty mess, you can bet she’d be despised by now."
when you’re reading porn and you can’t tell what position their bodies are supposed to be in and you’ve lost track of all limbs and you’re just
Six complaints to the BBC about last Saturday’s same-sex kiss on Doctor Who.
Over eight hundred complaints about the Great British Bake Off’s baked Alaska scandal.
I love this country.
I feel like you want me to tell you something that’s a lie or a platitude to make you feel better. And, even though I’d like to help you with that, there isn’t a cure for depression. There are things that alleviate it; things that can help with the symptoms, but falling in love, as far as I know, isn’t one of them.
When you fall in love with someone, you tend to experience a state of euphoria which makes you feel on top of the world, and it’s wonderful and great and beautiful. But that feeling generally gives way to something more tangible, more lasting and something long-term, hopefully.
But please, don’t make the mistake of thinking that the validation, love and affection of SOMEONE ELSE can “cure” depression. Can it help? Yes, of course. The love and support of someone can always help you through some tough patches. But that’s something that works in conjunction with something else, like medication and/or therapy. I urge you to try either one, or both, and to stop thinking that “falling in love” is a cure for something that doesn’t really have one. Being depressed is about managing your feelings and finding coping strategies to improve and help your mental health. Falling in love is something else entirely.