Discussion in 'BHM/FFA' started by squeezablysoft, Jun 8, 2018.
And one shot with specs for that sexy librarian look.
BONUS: Look how far back my fingers can bend!
^That's interesting, I find that particularly impressive in light of that you're not even pressing them against anything. Like you can just as naturally bend them in that direction as the other.
Attention Earth humans: James Corden is freakin' adorable.
My local weather chub appears to be making good progress on his winter body already. So I definitely had something else in mind when he started talking about the cooler weather and said "We're definitely heading in the right direction, if you like that sort of thing", lol. Also, according to him, my town is "the cool spot" for the area, but I'm sure it wouldn't be nearly as cool if I didn't live here.
If you like James Corden, I recommend watching Gavin & Stacey. He co-wrote it with friend and fellow actor, Ruth Jones. It's an awesome, fun little series. It's endearingly British and I know you'll find him extra freakin' adorable in it.
Tonight was pizza night (also had garlic knots and brownies)! The pizza guy took forever to get here and that reminded me of my first kinda semi-feedee moment with an FA. I had a FWB deal going with a guy in South Carolina, who wasn't exactly a feeder but he was an FA and always kept me well fed whenever we were together. So anyway one day in anticipation of impressing my new adipose appreciative lover with my prodigious feasting capacity later that night, I get the bright idea to skip lunch that day to be sure I have plenty of room. But since I had an 8 am college class breakfast was at 7 am, so by the time we got together I hadn't had anything to eat for over 12 hours and was about ready to start gnawing on the furniture. So we ordered pizza and of course it would take forever to get there, I was being a total fat baby whining about how I was sooooo hungry it made my tummy hurt. And this sweet guy starts giving me belly rubs and telling me it's ok, the food will be here soon and then I can eat and eat and eat until my tummy's nice and full and happy. In the stories you read the feeder is usually rubbing the feedee's belly and comforting them after they stuff themselves, so this was kind of the opposite but it's still a nice memory.
So I was playing around with inspirobot today and was duly gratified to get this inspirational message
But the thinness of the image they choose plus this inspirational quote I got after kinda sends mixed signals...
And here is today's inspirational message:
I have once again been blessed with fuel for the torrid imaginary affair I am having with John Candy. Yesterday my mom and I watched Planes, Trains and Automobiles and she said it is her favorite movie of all time. I think that's really cool although of course I wouldn't admit why it's one of my favorite movies too, aside from the fact that it is a great movie in general, FFAness aside. And today I saw Splash which is mostly a Tom Hanks film but does prominently feature Mr. Candy as well. In other news, my new math tutor is a BBW and I'm ok with that.
Sits far too close sporting weird grin.
Yeah that might have given it away a little lol!
So the results of my college transfer applications are starting to come in. I was disappointed to be rejected by a school I'd thought of as a bit of a "safety school", but then I got accepted at one of the schools I really wanted to go to. So barring a better financial aid package offer from another school, I'm probably going to be moving to Jacksonville this summer and going to University of North Florida starting August. I'm really trying to get as excited about this as I was about going to my first college, but knowing I'm going to have to fight it out with my mom about living on campus, or else I'll have to live with her while I'm in school, commute every day and so on, really sucks the fun out of the whole thing.
Well, wait a minute. How is financial aid going to be affected by living off-campus? Make sure you really crunch the numbers here. You don't want to be throwing away free money.
As a student, I greatly preferred my off-campus lifestyle. But, in all honesty, in as much as academic's really your focus, for the couple years you're gonna actually spend there, living on-campus is an enormous advantage, once you acclimate to all of the restrictions.
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