I knew they lived online, but I thought all the bricks and mortar buildings were gone.
Nope. One over in good ol' Leicester. I think they have a bigger one in Nottingham too.
There's one in Croydon too near the train station. Would stay away though, its a wretched hive of scum and villainy..
hey..you look nothing like your avatar! That's fraudulence!
Holy shit, you're a skull!?
Holy shit, where did you get that picture of Vogue from?
Also, since you're curious:
Taken quite some time ago (my beard is now a lot longer) but I got these sent to me today. I decided to share.
Aren't you lucky?
No, really, you're very lucky. Otherwise I might have decided to eat you, as I have clearly eaten every other person I've recently met.
And my family. Because I like adding something cute to pictures of me.
Owen. He is a lovely boy. His family are all really nice and it was a pleasure visiting them all.
Yeah, that's Owen. The girls are Alexandra and Mirabelle.
And yeah, I'm not impressed by how I look. This may be because I've found out what my weight has been doing to my spinal column.
The average human male is supposed to weigh roughly 190 lbs. I watched a documentary on human weight, and it explained how being overweight actually damages your skeletal frame. This concept was astonishing to me because I just never thought of weight actually damaging the skeleton. I was under the impression that weight was a bit relative to the person and certain skeletons could endure more than others.
I struggle with weight like most of society but in the inverse, and in a way that most people don't even think about: I weigh roughly 120 lbs. (on a good day), and am of average height. I am about 70 lbs. underweight, but by no means unhealthy. I eat normal, I don't overindulge in fatty foods...I like to think that I eat a bit more on the healthy side. I believe my weight is a genetic predisposition because my grandmother has always been thinner as was most of her family.
It is estimated that 2/3's of the United States is overweight or obese...Such a figure is astonishing to me, but when I look around just where I live, I am not at all surprised. Being overweight absolutely terrifies me, and is actually my second highest fear next to bees. I don't know what I would do if I actually looked in the mirror and saw myself as "fat." You may call me shallow, but I can at least admit these things to myself.
Also, I was not trying to offend in any way, Darkmoon. You do have a lovely family, and seem to be indulging in some of the wealthier aspects of life.
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