My name is Chloe, feel free to call me that. I am 21 years old and live in Kentucky in the U.S. I live in constant obsession with numerous things.

Some of those things include but are not limited to: DC comics, Batman, Dick Grayson, Supernatural, Tom Hiddleston, Avengers, Sherlock, The Beatles, Misha Collins, British men, Modern art, video games, and comic books.


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sodomymcscurvylegs:

The cognitive dissonance caused by a society that tells its children to “follow their dreams” through messages in films, literature, etc. and then punishes them for not choosing safe, money making careers in adulthood is fascinating, to say the least

Picking out a cereal is one of the hardest things in life.

Tumblr's hypocrisy.

meghan trainor: she says boys like a little more booty to hold at night.

tumblr: WOW LOOK AT THIS BITCH MAKING GIRLS THINK THEY SHOULD CARE ABOUT A MAN'S OPINION OF HER BODY.

nicki minaj: he keeps telling me its real,that he loves my sex appeal,he said he don't like 'em boney,he likes something he can grab.

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meghan trainor: im bring booty back,go and tell them skinny bitches that. nah,im just playing. i know you think you're fat,but im here to tell ya.every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top.

tumblr: WOWW LOOK AT THIS BITCH SKINNY SHAMING THIN GIRLS

Nicki Minaj: Fuck the skinny bitches, fuck the skinny bitches in the club.I wanna see all the big fat ass bitches in the motherfucking club

Fuck you if you skinny bitches

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soloflying:

Ok. I’ve been seeing people calling “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor a song about skinny shaming. There is like one line in the song that makes fun of skinny girls, and right after she say’s “No I’m just playing. I know you think you’re fat, but I’m here to tell ya every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top.”
But even if you think it is skinny shaming, there are about a billion songs, pictures, movies, and icons that shame larger people. So shut up.

I’m calm. I know the secret. I know what’s coming, and I know no one can s  t  o  p    m  e, including myself.

It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done, without a doubt, both physically and emotionally, because the way we’re doing it, I go back and forth between both girls without any break. I’m not able to just play one thing out. I have to switch constantly. It makes me feel like patting your head and rubbing your stomach and you’re not sure what you’re doing anymore. It’s hard, but glorious also. There’s no other place that I’d ever get to do what I’m doing right now and that’s the truth.

Sarah Paulson, on playing a two-headed character in “Freak Show”. (via f-yeah-americanhorrorstory)