ϟPortkey to Narnia


Hi, I'm a 18-year-old girl from the Netherlands. Here I post random stuff I like, mostly Harry Potter, The Hunger Games or Avatar related. I also like: Lion King, Inkheart, Disney, Narnia, NCIS, the Avengers and ElfQuest. And Josh Hutcherson and Skandar Keynes.
My OTP's are: Clintasha, Wall-EVE and most importantly Tiva. And Peeniss solely because of the shipname.

My Pottermore name is NimbusCharm48

theeleventhsherlock:


wingardium-liftiosa:

slowfedex:

So I came home from school a few days ago and found this on one of the cabinets in my house. 
See about three years ago my parents decided to go on a big push to get healthy. At the time we were all really overweight, it was a good idea. Our motto became “Eat less. Exercise more.” This was reasonable, because we often had thirds in every meal, and I couldn’t run to my mail box without getting out of breath.Since that time between the four members of my family we’ve lost a hundred and sixty pounds. I am muscled, curvy, and a weight I love. I exercise four days a week, usually boxing early in the morning before school. Usually in the course of a day I’ll eat two pieces of toast, a sandwich and a fruit, and a small piece of meet with a couple vegetables. 
My parents are not impressed. At one time, they always repeated to me “healthy at any weight”, but now it has turned not to being healthy to be healthy, but lose weight lose weight lose weight. 
My eleven year old sister and I have started working with each other to sneak food into our rooms that they won’t notice we’ve taken.
The other day, I didn’t wake up at five before school to work out, and my dad yelled at me, making me promise to work out an extra day that week. 
My dad picks apart my lunch in the morning. Recently, they started giving me only half a sandwich. 
A few days ago, my sister went to get a cheese stick after school, and my mother told her that if she ate it, it would be her entire dinner. My sister ate it, and didn’t get dinner. 
My parents told me I need to get a personal trainer so I can “improve faster”. 
My family has a history of eating disorders, and everyday my family seems more and more anorexic. I’m scared for both myself and my younger sister. Both of us try to not eat, because we get approval from our parents for being “more healthy”. I’ve stopped eating lunch, trying to loose weight so that they will be nicer to me. 
I don’t think my parents realize that they’re fostering eating disorders, but the other day I tried to make myself puke, because they treat food like poison. 
I was wondering if you could reblog this if you think this sounds unhealthy, because I keep trying to talk myself out of thinking that it is. 

This is horrifying.

There’s a difference between starving yourself and your children to lose weight to get “healthy”, and feeding yourself and kids plenty of healthy food for energy and so you all are well nourished and actually healthy with enough exercise that you all can manage without hurting yourselves

theeleventhsherlock:

wingardium-liftiosa:

slowfedex:

So I came home from school a few days ago and found this on one of the cabinets in my house. 

See about three years ago my parents decided to go on a big push to get healthy. At the time we were all really overweight, it was a good idea. Our motto became “Eat less. Exercise more.” This was reasonable, because we often had thirds in every meal, and I couldn’t run to my mail box without getting out of breath.

Since that time between the four members of my family we’ve lost a hundred and sixty pounds. I am muscled, curvy, and a weight I love. I exercise four days a week, usually boxing early in the morning before school. Usually in the course of a day I’ll eat two pieces of toast, a sandwich and a fruit, and a small piece of meet with a couple vegetables. 

My parents are not impressed. At one time, they always repeated to me “healthy at any weight”, but now it has turned not to being healthy to be healthy, but lose weight lose weight lose weight. 

My eleven year old sister and I have started working with each other to sneak food into our rooms that they won’t notice we’ve taken.

The other day, I didn’t wake up at five before school to work out, and my dad yelled at me, making me promise to work out an extra day that week. 

My dad picks apart my lunch in the morning. Recently, they started giving me only half a sandwich. 

A few days ago, my sister went to get a cheese stick after school, and my mother told her that if she ate it, it would be her entire dinner. My sister ate it, and didn’t get dinner. 

My parents told me I need to get a personal trainer so I can “improve faster”. 

My family has a history of eating disorders, and everyday my family seems more and more anorexic. I’m scared for both myself and my younger sister. Both of us try to not eat, because we get approval from our parents for being “more healthy”. 

I’ve stopped eating lunch, trying to loose weight so that they will be nicer to me. 

I don’t think my parents realize that they’re fostering eating disorders, but the other day I tried to make myself puke, because they treat food like poison. 

I was wondering if you could reblog this if you think this sounds unhealthy, because I keep trying to talk myself out of thinking that it is. 

This is horrifying.

There’s a difference between starving yourself and your children to lose weight to get “healthy”, and feeding yourself and kids plenty of healthy food for energy and so you all are well nourished and actually healthy with enough exercise that you all can manage without hurting yourselves

1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 | J | 94,669 notes

vaporotem:

tairupanda:

Welcome to adulthood…

pppssssstttt

hey guys

guess who got the original paint of that fourth pic

(◉‿◉✿)

1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 | J | 111,849 notes

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

greencarnations:

spacethefinalfuck:

mehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh:

Female BAMFs Throughout History

this is fab BUT WHERE ARE THEIR NAMES?

I’m always wanting to read more about these posts immediately and I have trouble finding the sources.

Reblogging for the names of these fabulous women right here <3

1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 | J | 190,865 notes

itseasytobemerry:

thismachinespewssarcasm:

itseasytobemerry:

why didn’t harry use the chamber of secrets when teaching dumbledore army? i mean, only HE could open the door?

because the giant basilisk skeleton might have been a distraction

if anything it sets the mood

1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 | J | 131,848 notes

lucifers-ass-cheek:

posts that are only funny because of the fucked up comments part 1

1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 | J | 244,114 notes

Bucky’s uniform appreciation post

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rin-matsuokas-hips:

conductoroftardislight:

heartofalifer:

SOMETIMES I GET SO FUCKING ANGRY WHEN I REMEMBER THAT I AM A GIRL BECAUSE MY MONEY HAS TO GO TO BUYING BRAS FOR THESE STUPID ORGANIC MILK BAGS AND PADS FOR MONTHLY UNWANTED SUBSCRIPTION OF LUCIFER’S WATERFALL LIKE WTF MAN WHY DONT THESE THINGS COME FREE WHEN MY UNWANTED PACKAGE IS GIVEN TO ME SERIOUSLY THO

organic milk bags

monthly subscription to lucifer’s waterfall

1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 | J | 147,600 notes

A Parent’s Worst Fear.

orangeyouellis:

geeksandgaymers:

image

Our boy has awful taste in men.

NEVER EVER NOT REBLOG

1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 | J | 106,903 notes

catsbeaversandducks:

Don’t Be Sad, Look At These Baby Ducks

If you didn’t already know, baby ducks are pretty much precious little nuggets of joy. They have been clinically proven to cure depression and disease and all other problems because they are perfect.For now we will cure your sadness. In order to do so, you simply have to look at the following pictures of them. It’s an intense journey. Prepare yourself.

All the cuteness via BuzzFeed

1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 | J | 343,251 notes
Tagged as: #ducklings #cute 

Doctor: You’ll get over her, Isaac. Just takes a little bit of time. You’ll see.
Isaac: Did he seriously just say you’ll see?

1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 | J | 30,930 notes