they are in the Shake It Out comment section practically masturbating to Naya, saying she is so good and she harmonizes well……but forget the two people she harmonizes with and the fact this is one of the few times Jenna gets a major part in a song fuck yall
Put this under things that cease to surprise me but never cease to infuriate me.
- Emma: Chord, I just spent all day yesterday redecorating my house!
- Chord: That's nice, babe. What colors did you choose?
- Emma: Reds with some white highlights and--
- Nash: -passing by the room- Hello Kitty is quite fitting for you.
- Chord: We should grab dinner tomorrow.
- Emma: I can't tomorrow. I have to babysit my niece and nephew.
- Nash: -from the kitchen- Isn't it irresponsible to leave a toddler in charge?
that is all
TEAM HELL YEAH!!!
Fuck all that cutesy bullshit….
Seriously I have no clue our last names nor first names really make a cute ship name lol.
- Chord: -walks in laughing, a blushing Emma following him- I can't believe you fell!
- Emma: It was too tall to climb. I told you that!
- Nash: Were you not able to make it over your baby gate again?
- Nash: You should really tell your mom to fix that shit.
Dear people who shame fat people and fat bodies,
I’m going to assume that you are doing what you truly think is best for fat people. Normally I can see where many different points of view are valid, but in this matter you are just wrong. Shaming is never the way to go and here is why:
People don’t take care of things they hate and that includes their bodies. When you encourage people to be ashamed of their bodies, you decrease the chances that they will believe that they are worthy of care.
Shaming may actually create the problems that it’s purported to solve: Peter Muennig from Columbia found that the stress of stigma and shame were correlated with the same diseases with which obesity is correlated. So every time you make someone feel bad about themselves, you put their health at risk.
Muennig’s research also found that women who were concerned about their weight had more mental and physical illnesses than those who were fine with their size, regardless of their weight. So telling a fat woman to be concerned about her weight is dangerous.
When doctors are told to shame fat people for their weight, it leads to fat people not going to the doctor, they miss out on preventative care, and they end up not getting treatment until an issue is very advanced (which gives them even less time to wade through doctors who ignore their actual health issues and just tell them to lose weight to get actual evidence-based healthcare.).
I feel like Nash has probably thrown shade at Chord about dead eyez when they are home.
I believe in this theory…
I co-sign this.
I mean Nash Overstreet isn’t the type to hold punches, literally, so I know some sly ass shit has come out of his mouth about his brothers g/f ESPECIALLY if any of that shit is true about how she treats him.