State of being free


I'm Gabrielle. 19. Dance major. My blog consists of: Daily activities. Personal pictures. Personal confessions. Cats. Dance. My past & present emotions. Or whatever mood I am in. Enjoy.

The lack of tattoos on my body is highly upsetting.

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Fuck

I honestly don’t know how many times I’ve skipped this class. My body just can’t make it.

health-gasm said:

Not really actually.

Not really actually what?

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andiesroom:

These are 95% better when you watch all the drunk people leaving Epcot noticing the lights on the floor.

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health-gasm:

any vegans on here who eat eggs that are from free range chickens or that you own?

This is probably one of the most idiotic things I have read coming from a girl that runs a “fit-blr”

Anonymous said:

What's your major in college?

morosity:

stress

Anonymous said:

Hey to answer your question, vegans wont eat any animal by products no matter how they are obtained. Although being vegan is inspired by the cruel way animal by products are obtained, being vegan also means believing that animals were not put on this earth to feed us or provide us with food. So even if the eggs are taken in a completely humane way and the chicken is treated fairly, a vegan wouldnt eat them because we dont believe animals are meant for food :)

health-gasm:

You’re not eating an animal though if it’s an egg. 

Omg know the difference between the two. If people eat eggs, & dairy then they are not a vegan they are just a vegetarian. Just like if someone eats fish they aren’t a vegetarian they are a pescatarian. It’s not like some vegans eat eggs, you can’t just sometimes eat eggs & still call yourself a vegan.

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