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30 THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT EXERCISE (None of Which Have Anything to Do with Your Weight, Your Size, or What You Look Like)

1. Working out is an immune-system booster, which is great since no one actually enjoys being a mobile snot fountain.

2. Exercise builds ferociously sturdy little old ladies (and men): it’s fantastic for your bones, reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s, and improves balance and coordination.

3. Exercise reduces symptoms of both depression and anxiety. Organic, legal DIY mellowness is a pretty sweet side effect.

4. Working out helps regulate your blood pressure, reducing the effects of things like traffic jams and not being allowed to strangle that one coworker who really, really needs it.

5. Exercising makes you smarter: research shows that exercise incorporating complex movement, especially, makes people learn better and faster.

6. Working out hath charms to soothe the savage metabolic system, encouraging insulin sensitivity and making diabetes management a little easier.

7. Regular exercise tends to generate major mojo. And by mojo, I mean increased sex drive and sexual responsivity. Yeah, baby.

8. If you suffer from insomnia, exercise helps, and not just because it tires you out; it also helps your body regulate its own rhythms.

9. Workouts boost levels of neurochemicals like dopamine and serotonin, which is like getting a biochemical massage in terms of counteracting stress.

10. You’ll be able to sing louder and dive deeper with your improved lung capacity.

11. Your joints get stronger and less prone to injuries and diseases, including tricky ones like repetitive stress injuries and arthritis.

12. It enables you to satisfy those urges to reenact dance numbers from Broadway musicals. So what if you’re in the grocery store?

13. Will you be able to snatch a speeding bullet out of the air? Maybe not, but working out does improve people’s reaction time.

14. Endorphins—mmmmm, sweet, sweet endorphins: the “runner’s high” isn’t just for runners, ya know.

15. Outrunning the zombies.

16. It makes you strong. You never know when you’ll need to be that person who can carry the suitcase full of gold bars through the airport without anyone being able to tell that it’s so heavy.

17. Your body and your brain get superbly and thoroughly oxygenated, which tends to make you feel peppy and full of mischief.

18. Most of us like to think we’re flexible people who can roll with the punches. Exercising makes it more likely that it’ll literally be true, not just figuratively.

19. If, God forbid, you should get sick, being a regular exerciser can help reduce the length and severity of your illness. It has even been shown to reduce cancer mortality for some kinds of cancer.

20. Exercise can help pregnancy and labor go a lot more smoothly. Afterward, it helps you keep up with the kid.

21. Probiotics and antacids have their place, but if you want to give your digestive system the best possible advantage, there’s nothing like fiber, water, and exercise.

22. Physical competence—just knowing you can count on your body to do stuff effectively and without trouble—is pretty damn nice.

23. It makes your heart happy and efficient to the point that your resting heart rate may get lower.

24. Four words: Exercise-induced mitochondrial biogenesis—exercising can increase the number of mitochondria in your muscle cells, which is just completely geeky cool.

25. Stamina: “Another ten rounds? Sure,” you say. “Bring it … if you can.”

26. You’re much less likely to fall and much more likely to be able to get right back up and brush yourself off if you do.

27. It’s kind of nice not to think twice about getting down on the floor to look for that thing that just rolled under the entertainment center or about how you’ll get up again.

28. It’s eco-friendly. No matter how much you sweat or how hard you breathe, you will not produce toxic waste or greenhouse gases.

29. It gives you a bulletproof excuse. “Sorry, Aunt Linda, of course I’d love to hear all about your colonoscopy, but I have to go or I’ll be late to Pilates.”

30. Juicy ideas and spicy epiphanies seem to be attracted to sweat and gym socks. Moving your body is a fantastic way to jump-start your brain.

—  The Unapologetic Fat Girl’s Guide to Exercise and Other Incendiary Acts

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13/10 h*ckin cute cosplayer

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i made an oc questionnaire

it is unlike all(most) others 

1: What is your character’s full name?
2: What is their birth?
3: What is/are your character’s favorite show(s)?
4: What kind of drug(s) does your character do?
5: Favorite brand when it comes to shoes?
6: Where does your OC buy most of their clothes? Who pays for them?
7: Can your character cook anything well? If so, what?
8: Would your character sacrifice a friend for $10,000,000
9: What song does your character always sing in the shower?
10: As a child, what did your OC wanna be when they grew up?
11: Favorite kind of alcohol?
12: Who is/are your OC’s best friend(s)?
13: Favorite store?
14: Favorite book?
15: Most visited website(s)?
16: If your OC was a character from King of the Hill who would they be?
17: Propane or charcoal?
18: Favorite troll from Homestuck?
19: Has your character ever complained about how Invader Zim got canceled?
20: Nintendo or Sony?
21: Favorite video game(s)?
22: What’s the password they use for everything?
23: What was their email in the 6th grade?
24: Does your character tan or burn?
25: What invisible illness does your OC live with?
26: If charged by a swarm of wild animals, what wild animal would scare your character the most?
27: Everybody Loves Raymond comes on but the batteries in the remote are dead. Does your character watch ELR or get up and change it?
28: What was their favorite disney show as a kid?
29: If your character is LGBT+, when and how did they realize?
30: Who are your OC’s celebrity crushes?
31: How does your character want to die? How do they actually die?
32: How does your OC deal with having a crush on someone?
33: Did your OC cry at the end of Balto?
34: What Bands does your character own merch to?
35: Emo, scene, goth, or punk?
36: Does your OC use words or fists to argue?
37: Did your OC read the book The Secret? Did it change their lives?
38: Did you character get deeper into My Little Pony than they let on?
39: Spotify or Pandora?
40: Do they pay for music or download it off the web?
41: iPhone or Android?
42: Most used emoji?
43: Do they get lost on IMDB for hours looking up random movie trivia?
44: Remember when Donnie Darko was about to jerk off in his therapists office that was fucked up
45: Does your character think Elijah Wood’s is hot?
46: Does your character believe in the Illuminati
47: What do you think youtube would recommend your character watch?
48: Your OC stops at a gas station to buy a drink. What did they buy?
49: Does your character have an enemy/rival?
50: What kind of blog would/does your character have?(ie: food, aesthetic, SJW, porn, b&w, anime, etc..)

EDIT: hey guys if you use this please tag me in it so i can check out your OCs!!! 

30 Things to Love About Exercise (None of Which Have Anything to Do with Your Weight, Your Size, or What You Look Like)

I got this from the book called  “ The Unapologetic Fat Girl’s Guide to Exercise and Other Incendiary Acts” by Hanne Blank. I found it both enlightning and motivational, so I decidd to share :)

1. Working out is an immune-system booster, which is great since no one actually enjoys being a mobile snot fountain.

2. Exercise builds ferociously sturdy little old ladies (and men): it’s fantastic for your bones, reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s, and improves balance and coordination.

3. Exercise reduces symptoms of both depression and anxiety. Organic, legal DIY mellowness is a pretty sweet side effect.

4. Working out helps regulate your blood pressure, reducing the effects of things like traffic jams and not being allowed to strangle that one coworker who really, really needs it.

5. Exercising makes you smarter: research shows that exercise incorporating complex movement, especially, makes people learn better and faster.

6. Working out hath charms to soothe the savage metabolic system, encouraging insulin sensitivity and making diabetes management a little easier.

7. Regular exercise tends to generate major mojo. And by mojo, I mean increased sex drive and sexual responsivity. Yeah, baby.

8. If you suffer from insomnia, exercise helps, and not just because it tires you out; it also helps your body regulate its own rhythms.

9. Workouts boost levels of neurochemicals like dopamine and serotonin, which is like getting a biochemical massage in terms of counteracting stress.

10. You’ll be able to sing louder and dive deeper with your improved lung capacity.

11. Your joints get stronger and less prone to injuries and diseases, including tricky ones like repetitive stress injuries and arthritis.

12. It enables you to satisfy those urges to reenact dance numbers from Broadway musicals. So what if you’re in the grocery store?

13. Will you be able to snatch a speeding bullet out of the air? Maybe not, but working out does improve people’s reaction time.

14. Endorphins—mmmmm, sweet, sweet endorphins: the “runner’s high” isn’t just for runners, ya know.

15. Outrunning the zombies.

16. It makes you strong. You never know when you’ll need to be that person who can carry the suitcase full of gold bars through the airport without anyone being able to tell that it’s so heavy.

17. Your body and your brain get superbly and thoroughly oxygenated, which tends to make you feel peppy and full of mischief.

18. Most of us like to think we’re flexible people who can roll with the punches. Exercising makes it more likely that it’ll literally be true, not just figuratively.

19. If, God forbid, you should get sick, being a regular exerciser can help reduce the length and severity of your illness. It has even been shown to reduce cancer mortality for some kinds of cancer.

20. Exercise can help pregnancy and labor go a lot more smoothly. Afterward, it helps you keep up with the kid.

21. Probiotics and antacids have their place, but if you want to give your digestive system the best possible advantage, there’s nothing like fiber, water, and exercise.

22. Physical competence—just knowing you can count on your body to do stuff effectively and without trouble—is pretty damn nice.

23. It makes your heart happy and efficient to the point that your resting heart rate may get lower.

24. Four words: Exercise-induced mitochondrial biogenesis— exercising can increase the number of mitochondria in your muscle cells, which is just completely geeky cool.

25. Stamina: “Another ten rounds? Sure,” you say. “Bring it … if you can.”

26. You’re much less likely to fall and much more likely to be able to get right back up and brush yourself off if you do.

27. It’s kind of nice not to think twice about getting down on the floor to look for that thing that just rolled under the entertainment center or about how you’ll get up again.

28. It’s eco-friendly. No matter how much you sweat or howhard you breathe, you will not produce toxic waste or greenhouse gases.

29. It gives you a bulletproof excuse. “Sorry, Aunt Linda, of course I’d love to hear all about your colonoscopy, but I have to go or I’ll be late to Pilates.”

30. Juicy ideas and spicy epiphanies seem to be attracted to sweat and gym socks. Moving your body is a fantastic way to jump-start your brain.

nct 127 + tenkunsol goes shopping

Feel free to request stuff! 

taeyong:

  • insists on a head count before they go in
  • forgets to count himself and freaks out (taeyong: who’s mISSINg????? did we lose one in the car?????)
  • steps into the mall and is immediately overwhelmed
  • “are there always this many people?”
  • refuses to walk infront bc first of all he has no idea where they’re going and secondly he can’t keep an eye on everyone
  • he’s gonna break his neck if he keeps looking around every two seconds
  • drags everyone into a general store and gets stuck in the kitchen section
  • *strokes a silver KitchenAid* i love you (doyoung: u will be poor for the next 9 years if u buy that)
  • “these plates are so prETTY” (ot8: we do not need plates)
  • head count when they leave a shop
  • refuses the idea of splitting up (donghyuk: this is a mall not a horror movie)
  • trails after yuta into the girl sections of clothes shops and looks sad (yuta: gender is a prison)

 taeil:

  • his feet hurt after two seconds in this godforsaken place
  • complains loudly (yuta: we’ve been here for less than 1 minute shUT UP / taeil: i’m allowed to complain i’m old)
  • why is the music in stores always so bad
  • do they coordinate their crappy music when they see him walk into the store
  • has a backpack and puts everything the others buy in there (taeil: n o plastic bags we have a drawer dedicated to them)
  • gives the backpack to jaehyun when it gets too heavy
  • “are we done yet”
  • forcefully removes taeyong from the kitchen departments
  • cheers up slightly when they reach the food court
  • offers to just stay at the food court but it doesn’t work (taeyong: n o)
  • avoids shop assistants like the plague
  • free food samples keep him mentally and physically alive
  • save him

 johnny:

  • okay kids let’s DO THIS!!!!!!!!
  • family trip yAY
  • thank god he’s here taeyong has almost had two nervous breakdowns since they left
  • walks behind everyone and acts as a shepherd
  • subtly herds everyone into the shops he likes
  • pretends to know where they are after they come out of a shop
  • they’ve been walking in circles for three days
  • shuts taeil up with food
  • pros of being tall: can see where the stray sheep(donghyuk+winwin+jaehyun+mark) are
  • cons of being tall: can see where the stray sheep(donghyuk+winwin+jaehyun+mark)are
  • jogs after them (johnny: pls stay with the group kids)
  • buys really cringey graphic tees
  • the cashier is judging him so hard but he has no shame
  • unironically hums along to the store music (taeil: i’m disowning u)
  • so tired but smiles through the pain

 yuta:

  • *cracks knuckles* let’s do this
  • runs up all of the escalators
  • “do you think these bookshops have mangas?”
  • is sad when the bookshops only have Black Butler and Attack on Titan
  • music store! music store!! music s t o r e!!!
  • stands by the rack with their albums on it and winks at every person who passes
  • “do u know nct 127”
  • has no shame
  • taeyong has no problem with leaving him behind
  • finally relents but not without buying the album
  • marches into clothing shops with purpose
  • bypasses the boys section with a scornful look (except if he sees something cute)
  • “gender is a construct made by the patriarchy”
  • uuuUUuUhhhh this is cUte
  • buys earrings and keeps taking them out of taeil’s backpack to smile at them

 doyoung:

  • internet shopping exists
  • this is redundant
  • w h y are we here
  • on a similar level of distaste as taeil
  • nopes out of kitchen sections so fast
  • forgot to bring something to drink and he ref u s es to buy overpriced restaurant water
  • suffers but not in silence
  • food wiLL NOT KEEP HIM QUIET JOHNNY STOP TRYING
  • bought an iced americano
  • doesn’t even like iced americano but bought it out of spite (yuta: that doesn’t make sense / doyoung: ur face doesn’t make sense fuk off)
  • sighs every two seconds
  • “when will we see natural light again”
  • his mood improves considerably when in clothing stores bc w ow this is all so ugly
  • has superior taste in fashion thank u very much:)
  • “awww this is kinda cute” *turns it over* / shirt: oh daddy / “n o p e”
  • do the designers for these stores take some kind of sadistic joy in ruining perfectly good clothing
  • low-key wishes he had stayed in bed

 jaehyun:

  • made a shopping list in the car
  • is still kinda car sick and wants to sit down
  • treats himself to a frozen yogurt with a l l of the toppings
  • forgets his list exactly 3 minutes 54 seconds into their shopping experience
  • does he need shoes
  • does he really need shoes
  • yes apparently
  • taeil refuses to put the shoebox into his backpack so he’s just cradling it like a newborn baby
  • naturally gravitates towards the food court
  • “when are we eating” (doyoung: u just ate wtf)
  • uuuhhh niCE toiletries
  • get’s himself and winwin matching toothbrushes
  • remembers his list and is shook at what his carsick brain comes up
  • cutlery?????? a plant??? colour markers??????
  • buys the plant tho
  • it’s called jeffrey jr and don’t ever talk to him or his son ever again
  • laughs at Taeyong but also buys him a snickers (jaehyun: ur not u when ur hungry / taeyong: i will bite ur head off)

 winwin:

  • has been waiting for this opportunity for ten years
  • has water, comfortable shoes and all of his money
  • likes internet shopping but there’s something about running your hands through racks upon racks of clothing that gives him a special feeling
  • exclaims loudly when he touches a gross fabric
  • “do i need this overpriced article of clothing” (ot8: no)
  • buys it
  • don’t let him near a tech shop or he’ll want to buy a TV
  • sighs loudly when they’re in a shop which he doesn’t like
  • gravitates towards the food court
  • spreads himself over a table to protect it from approaching families
  • buys a shit ton of anime and yuta sheds a proud tear
  • !!!!!the floor is lava!!! in a home decor store
  • chaotic neutral
  • they get kicked out of said home decor store
  • pretends to be sorry
  • pretends not to know korean when a shop assistant approaches him

 mark:

  • doesn’t know!!!!what he wants!!!!!!
  • window shopping bc he doesn’t want to spend money (mark: i’m saving it / ot8: for what???)
  • cracks in the music store and buys like 13 music vouchers
  • get’s a headache the moment they step into a drug store
  • not helpful when it comes to picking cologne or perfume (taeyong: *waves sample at him* what do u think? / mark: it all smells the same i don’t undersTAND)
  • impulse buys an umbrella
  • ?????
  • get’s lost with jaehyun, winwin and donghyuk and they just wait for johnny to pick them up again
  • calls johnny a lighthouse until he get’s threatened with food exemption
  • buys a nike pullover and feels sweggy
  • pained smile when he gets accosted by a shop assistant  
  • pulls a winwin and pretends not to know korean
  • floats happily through the music shops and subtly waves at the albums he’s bought already
  • tempted by a drawing pad but donghyuk kindly reminds him that he can’t draw
  • is broke by the end of the day

 donghyuk:

  • changed his outfit 5 times before they left
  • is wearing the w r o ng shoes ohgod no
  • hiS FEET ARE BLEEDING PEOPLE (yuta: it’s ur own goddamn fault)
  • buys new shoes just so that he can take these abominations off his feet
  • wants to throw them away but johnny won’t let him :\
  • why does this shopping trip feel like a school trip (johnny: now find your travel buddy and we’ll head for the next shop:) / donghyuk: i’m gonna kms)
  • w h y are all the plants in this home decor shop fake
  • who let him drink coke
  • races yuta up the escalators and gives taeyong several heart attacks
  • smiles and waves at babies
  • w h Y are all of the plants fake
  • touches everything in every shop ever
  • unironically starts dancing to the music in a supermarket
  • “impromptu dance battle in aisle four someone pls remove them”
  • finds the nearest security camera when he’s bored and just stares
  • makes doyoung carry him at the end of the day bc his feet still really hurt

 ten:

  • “remember my knee is still messed up so i get privileges”
  • how many bottles of body lotion can fit in taeil’s backpack
  • more than enough according to taeil
  • smells like the perfume section of every department store ever (mark: ur not helping my headache)
  • smiling 24/7 and having a good ol’ time
  • finishes doyoung’s americano when he doesn’t want it anymore
  • buys three floppy hats

 hansol:

  • smiles fondly at all of the anime in the dvd sections
  • transfixed in front of the huge flat screen tvs bc they’re all playing the s a m e thing perfectly insync and it’s freaking him out
  • three pairs of adidas tracksuit bottoms is not enough
  • adds in some nike just for variety
  • automatically starts humming the pokemon theme when he sees the nintendo logo
  • b-boys to a ballad in the supermarket
  • the other (less reliable) shepherd
  • also the other orientation point for short members lost in the crowd

 kun:

  • manages to take aesthetic pics of a crowded mall
  • stands in a bookshop like “ah yes i can read this”
  • forgets every korean lesson he’s ever had when confronted with so many books
  • strokes a chinese - korean dictionary fondly
  • qUiLT cOveRS?????
  • kicks yuta’s and donghyuk’s asses at escalator racing
  • in charge of squad selfies

anonymous asked:

Dear EBT card users. I'm not judging you for being poor. I get it, my family was on EBT/Food Stamps for a while a long time ago. What I AM judging you on is your snobby attitude, like I should be kissing your ass for coming to our store to shop, when we both know the only reason you're here is because we're cheaper than our competition. Pull that stick out of your ass and recognize that energy drinks aren't food and therefore aren't covered by EBT.

Here’s how sales tax works on food (at least in Florida.)

Basic food is no tax. Bread, fruit, canned vegetables, meat, etc. the stuff you need to eat to live.

Luxury items are taxable. Soda, hot prepared food, fresh made subs, etc. the stuff that is nice to eat but not required to survive. (Not taxable with EBT) why? Because it’s dumb for the government to pay tax to itself.

Then there are non foods which have tax.

What pisses me off are the ones that come through and get pissy that their steamed lobster isn’t EBT eligible. “But they always let me have it” Who was it that let you have it so they can be trained properly? “I’m not a snitch” ok but you aren’t buying it with EBT today.

I’ve written up 4 people in seafood for putting the hot steamed lobsters under “SEAFOOD” so the customers can buy it with food stamps. I can’t seem to get it threw their heads that if we get caught doing that the whole chain can lose their contract and not be able to accept EBT anymore. That’s 300+ stores in 13 states. Not just our hell hole in the ghetto.

Sorry. Kind of a hot button for me being a trainer.

-Rodney

anonymous asked:

What happen to Zoe? Do you mean Zoe Sugg Zoella?

Yeah, that Zoe - basically she put out an 12-day advent calendar priced at £50 that had like, cheap crap in it. Such crap that Poundland (the UK equiv to the dollar store) actually put out an ad (link) showing that you could get more in their store for £13 than in Zoe’s whole calendar. Only three of the items in the calendar are actually Zoella brand stuff, the rest is like… exactly what you’d get from a dollar store. 

So she’s getting understandably called out for overpricing an underwhelming product. I think the store selling it has already said that they’re dropping the price to £25

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