frilton:

The new IOS8 update contains an app named Health which CANNOT BE DELETED.

The app allows you to choose which aspects of your health you choose to monitor, but available categories include “Body Measurements”, which includes body weight, and “Fitness”, which contains sections for calories consumed and calories burned. 

While this may be useful for those looking to monitor their fitness, it could be triggering and harmful to those suffering with or in recovery from eating disorders, especially in sufferers with obsessive compulsive tendencies they find it very hard to abstain from, such as calorie counting, body measuring and weighing.

Whilst of course the app cannot force you to use it, it cannot be deleted, so will be present within your apps and can be a source of feelings of temptation to record numbers and of guilt and judgement for not using the app.

If you personally feel you could not emotionally handle the presence of this app,  and it would be detrimental to your recovery, please do not download IOS8. I do not know if a new IOS can be avoided permanently (if anyone has any information on this please do add it to the post), but if it cannot then please use the time you have to prepare yourself for the app, and to reinforce reminders that you do not have to calorie count, you do not have to weigh yourself, you do not owe proof of exercise to anyone, person or app.

zelterxc:

somethin from the stream ey yo

JetsetradioCity Chuck, as per suggestion 

wilwheaton:

alwaysstarwars:

The ESB duel and Luke’s recovery - Art by Ralph McQuarrie


I love this art so much. wilwheaton:

alwaysstarwars:

The ESB duel and Luke’s recovery - Art by Ralph McQuarrie


I love this art so much. wilwheaton:

alwaysstarwars:

The ESB duel and Luke’s recovery - Art by Ralph McQuarrie


I love this art so much. wilwheaton:

alwaysstarwars:

The ESB duel and Luke’s recovery - Art by Ralph McQuarrie


I love this art so much. wilwheaton:

alwaysstarwars:

The ESB duel and Luke’s recovery - Art by Ralph McQuarrie


I love this art so much. wilwheaton:

alwaysstarwars:

The ESB duel and Luke’s recovery - Art by Ralph McQuarrie


I love this art so much. wilwheaton:

alwaysstarwars:

The ESB duel and Luke’s recovery - Art by Ralph McQuarrie


I love this art so much. wilwheaton:

alwaysstarwars:

The ESB duel and Luke’s recovery - Art by Ralph McQuarrie


I love this art so much.

wilwheaton:

alwaysstarwars:

The ESB duel and Luke’s recovery - Art by Ralph McQuarrie

I love this art so much.

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annotateddc:

sketchfanda:

annotateddc:

In the Batman: the Animated Series episode Sideshow, Killer Croc is found to be legally sane, and is transported to a supermax prison up-state rather than than being committed to Arkham Asylum any more.
Despite this, when we next see him in the New Batman Adventure's Love Is A Croc, he’s not only back in Arkham, but he’s being kept in a big tank of mirky water and fed whole raw chickens like he was a literal crocodile… instead of being a former professional wrestler with a skin-condition, which is what he is.
Still, as bizarre as that treatment is (how does he sleep without drowning?), it’s better than what they had in place in the Arkham Asylum video game. There they got so fed up with Croc’s constant breaking loose and biting the staff (including swallowing a guard’s hand), that they just stated sedating and dumping him in the hospital’s sewers, throwing food down after him occasionally.

he’s got gills,well,the batman version had ‘em

Ah, but the Batman version of Croc was a genetically modified Cajun… who someone cursed to look like a gator… or was just a sideshow exhibit.
Leaning more towards the first one though.

The Batman Killer croc’s origin isn’t stated a single line implies he might be the result of a voodoo curse but that’s about it. Which if it was his origin would make him kind of similar to the Archie TMNT version of Leatherhead who was a  thief who got on the wrong side of Mary Bones(The Earthly identity of a Rival warlord of Krang’s) and the Turnstone. annotateddc:

sketchfanda:

annotateddc:

In the Batman: the Animated Series episode Sideshow, Killer Croc is found to be legally sane, and is transported to a supermax prison up-state rather than than being committed to Arkham Asylum any more.
Despite this, when we next see him in the New Batman Adventure's Love Is A Croc, he’s not only back in Arkham, but he’s being kept in a big tank of mirky water and fed whole raw chickens like he was a literal crocodile… instead of being a former professional wrestler with a skin-condition, which is what he is.
Still, as bizarre as that treatment is (how does he sleep without drowning?), it’s better than what they had in place in the Arkham Asylum video game. There they got so fed up with Croc’s constant breaking loose and biting the staff (including swallowing a guard’s hand), that they just stated sedating and dumping him in the hospital’s sewers, throwing food down after him occasionally.

he’s got gills,well,the batman version had ‘em

Ah, but the Batman version of Croc was a genetically modified Cajun… who someone cursed to look like a gator… or was just a sideshow exhibit.
Leaning more towards the first one though.

The Batman Killer croc’s origin isn’t stated a single line implies he might be the result of a voodoo curse but that’s about it. Which if it was his origin would make him kind of similar to the Archie TMNT version of Leatherhead who was a  thief who got on the wrong side of Mary Bones(The Earthly identity of a Rival warlord of Krang’s) and the Turnstone. annotateddc:

sketchfanda:

annotateddc:

In the Batman: the Animated Series episode Sideshow, Killer Croc is found to be legally sane, and is transported to a supermax prison up-state rather than than being committed to Arkham Asylum any more.
Despite this, when we next see him in the New Batman Adventure's Love Is A Croc, he’s not only back in Arkham, but he’s being kept in a big tank of mirky water and fed whole raw chickens like he was a literal crocodile… instead of being a former professional wrestler with a skin-condition, which is what he is.
Still, as bizarre as that treatment is (how does he sleep without drowning?), it’s better than what they had in place in the Arkham Asylum video game. There they got so fed up with Croc’s constant breaking loose and biting the staff (including swallowing a guard’s hand), that they just stated sedating and dumping him in the hospital’s sewers, throwing food down after him occasionally.

he’s got gills,well,the batman version had ‘em

Ah, but the Batman version of Croc was a genetically modified Cajun… who someone cursed to look like a gator… or was just a sideshow exhibit.
Leaning more towards the first one though.

The Batman Killer croc’s origin isn’t stated a single line implies he might be the result of a voodoo curse but that’s about it. Which if it was his origin would make him kind of similar to the Archie TMNT version of Leatherhead who was a  thief who got on the wrong side of Mary Bones(The Earthly identity of a Rival warlord of Krang’s) and the Turnstone.

annotateddc:

sketchfanda:

annotateddc:

In the Batman: the Animated Series episode Sideshow, Killer Croc is found to be legally sane, and is transported to a supermax prison up-state rather than than being committed to Arkham Asylum any more.

Despite this, when we next see him in the New Batman Adventure's Love Is A Croc, he’s not only back in Arkham, but he’s being kept in a big tank of mirky water and fed whole raw chickens like he was a literal crocodile… instead of being a former professional wrestler with a skin-condition, which is what he is.

Still, as bizarre as that treatment is (how does he sleep without drowning?), it’s better than what they had in place in the Arkham Asylum video game. There they got so fed up with Croc’s constant breaking loose and biting the staff (including swallowing a guard’s hand), that they just stated sedating and dumping him in the hospital’s sewers, throwing food down after him occasionally.

he’s got gills,well,the batman version had ‘em

Ah, but the Batman version of Croc was a genetically modified Cajun… who someone cursed to look like a gator… or was just a sideshow exhibit.

Leaning more towards the first one though.

The Batman Killer croc’s origin isn’t stated a single line implies he might be the result of a voodoo curse but that’s about it. Which if it was his origin would make him kind of similar to the Archie TMNT version of Leatherhead who was a  thief who got on the wrong side of Mary Bones(The Earthly identity of a Rival warlord of Krang’s) and the Turnstone.

livefast-livefree:

bluandorange:

sandraisacaptain:

Watching Motorcity episode one and thinking “Oh my gosh, Chuck and Mike are such cute best friends!”

Watching Motorcity episode two and thinking “…..”

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it’s the natural progression of things

Hah! Same here lol

I’m all for close platonic friendships, but they just made it too easy to ship these two…

tomhazeldine:

MISS PIGGY THROWING SOME SHADEEEEEE

pixeldusoir:

26/08/1984 J260Proof :

pixeldusoir:

26/08/1984 J260

Proof :

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