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kaitokilljoy:

You can’t simply not reblog this


Interesting tip for ftm individuals who would like to mould their own sex toys suitable for whatever size they currently are from t growth.

kaitokilljoy:

You can’t simply not reblog this

Interesting tip for ftm individuals who would like to mould their own sex toys suitable for whatever size they currently are from t growth.

askezzy:

I AM SUDDENLY VERY SAD AT THE AMOUNT OF PEOPLE REBLOGGING THAT DEPRESSION POST

THIS CALLS FOR BUNNY BUNS

SEVERAL OF THEM

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BUNS TO THE RESCUE

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LOOK AT THAT FLOOF

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LOOK HES CALLING FOR CARROTS

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AND THIS ONE KNOWS HES FABULOUS

I FEEL BETTER NOW BYE

I think this could be the reason I am overweight and find food comforting.

I think this could be the reason I am overweight and find food comforting.

official-maximum-ride:

Decided to take a video while flying this morning.
Best. Idea. Ever.

official-maximum-ride:

Decided to take a video while flying this morning.

Best. Idea. Ever.

We really struggled to find good outfits for our lesbian wedding because my wife is plus-sized (and so am I) and all the high street stores seemed to only cater for sizes 6 to 14 (maybe one style in 16 or 18 in one shop we went to). She ended up getting her dress from a great shop called the London Wedding Dress Factory Outlet which is in Bromley, Kent (they have a website) and it was a wonderful experience for her after trying the Oxford Street stores who were just rude and judgmental until one shop assistant suggested the above shop. (She had been in tears the day we tried Debenhams, BHS, John Lewis, Phase 8 and the other big wedding stores you are supposed to try). Her tiara is completely fake and was from a high street store like Claire’s accessories or something similar! Her necklace is a fake replica of the Titanic blue Heart of the Ocean purchased from eBay.

I bought my suit from Marks and Spencer and it is the Limited Super Slim fit suit, although we had to hunt around for the waistcoat because they were just replacing the style at the time (this is the new style waistcoat, I think but they were thinking of discontinuing it). It’s also available in black with red trim and grey with pink trim, I believe. I really struggled finding something that didn’t look too boxy and big. I’m a size men’s 38 in these trousers, short length and the jacket was a short 40inch chest. My waistcoat was a large.
I was wearing a white, full length, style 997 binder from Underworks (medium which was the smallest I’ve ever managed to squeeze into, I usually feel more comfortable in a large but they were out of stock when I ordered - (I’m a 38C/D bra size)).
My shirt was a regular fit from Next as they had smaller collar lengths, which suited my face better than M&S shirts.
You can’t see them here but although my shirt didn’t need cuff links, I still wore blue Lego brick cuff links purchased from eBay.
My blue tie was purchased from eBay from a seller after searching for ‘electric blue skinny tie’. We also bought enough for the other members of the ‘groom party’ who were wearing a tie.
I’m also wearing a pin badge on my right lapel, which I already had. My shoes are Doc Marten shoes which I already had.

Our flowers (including my lapel carnation) were artificial ones from Hobbycraft. The bunch of flowers were made up of separates and wrapped in ribbon purchased in Paperchase.

We really struggled to find good outfits for our lesbian wedding because my wife is plus-sized (and so am I) and all the high street stores seemed to only cater for sizes 6 to 14 (maybe one style in 16 or 18 in one shop we went to). She ended up getting her dress from a great shop called the London Wedding Dress Factory Outlet which is in Bromley, Kent (they have a website) and it was a wonderful experience for her after trying the Oxford Street stores who were just rude and judgmental until one shop assistant suggested the above shop. (She had been in tears the day we tried Debenhams, BHS, John Lewis, Phase 8 and the other big wedding stores you are supposed to try). Her tiara is completely fake and was from a high street store like Claire’s accessories or something similar! Her necklace is a fake replica of the Titanic blue Heart of the Ocean purchased from eBay.

I bought my suit from Marks and Spencer and it is the Limited Super Slim fit suit, although we had to hunt around for the waistcoat because they were just replacing the style at the time (this is the new style waistcoat, I think but they were thinking of discontinuing it). It’s also available in black with red trim and grey with pink trim, I believe. I really struggled finding something that didn’t look too boxy and big. I’m a size men’s 38 in these trousers, short length and the jacket was a short 40inch chest. My waistcoat was a large.
I was wearing a white, full length, style 997 binder from Underworks (medium which was the smallest I’ve ever managed to squeeze into, I usually feel more comfortable in a large but they were out of stock when I ordered - (I’m a 38C/D bra size)).
My shirt was a regular fit from Next as they had smaller collar lengths, which suited my face better than M&S shirts.
You can’t see them here but although my shirt didn’t need cuff links, I still wore blue Lego brick cuff links purchased from eBay.
My blue tie was purchased from eBay from a seller after searching for ‘electric blue skinny tie’. We also bought enough for the other members of the ‘groom party’ who were wearing a tie.
I’m also wearing a pin badge on my right lapel, which I already had. My shoes are Doc Marten shoes which I already had.

Our flowers (including my lapel carnation) were artificial ones from Hobbycraft. The bunch of flowers were made up of separates and wrapped in ribbon purchased in Paperchase.

Maybe it's because I'm not British, but what is plasticine? Cool blog btw.

I think they would call it modelling clay, perhaps? But clay dries out usually, whereas plasticine doesn’t.

Our vegetarian wedding cake of cheeses, care of The Fine Cheese Company. This cake is called Betty and consisted of White Nancy goats milk cheese, Colston Bassett Stilton, Spenwood ewe’s milk cheese and Olde Sussex cheddar. We got married at Oaks Farm in Shirley (UK) in August 2014. The topper is a slightly adjusted Lego wedding cake topper. We gave mine a quiff from a mini-fig.

Our vegetarian wedding cake of cheeses, care of The Fine Cheese Company. This cake is called Betty and consisted of White Nancy goats milk cheese, Colston Bassett Stilton, Spenwood ewe’s milk cheese and Olde Sussex cheddar. We got married at Oaks Farm in Shirley (UK) in August 2014. The topper is a slightly adjusted Lego wedding cake topper. We gave mine a quiff from a mini-fig.

foxboy:

foxboy:

IM SO ANGRY THAT PINEAPPLES DONT GROW ON TREES

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THIS PISSES ME OFF SO MUCH YOU DOTN EVEN KNOW