Oh how I WANT this Dinosaur necklace. Alas, it is out of stock (& out of my budget).
Food Porn Alert! Sayward makes veganism look damn deliciously appealing.
'Makeovers Fix Everything': Classic Disney movie posters are re-imagined with new 'honest' titles to expose 'sexist and dark' undertones. (via Nicki)
Again with the hysterical laughter ~ The Sixteen Most Amazing/Ridiculous Things Kanye Said. (via Naiomi)
"I’m a minimalist in a rapper’s body.”
So much sensible truth in this piece by David L. Katz ~ We Must Be Kidding! The Case for Eradicating 'Kid' Food.
"Imagine the alternative reality in which the wolf pack makes a kill, but the cubs don't wait their turn to get at that meat. Imagine if, instead of learning to eat what their parents eat, "kid" wolves ate heart, moon, star and clover-shaped multicolored marshmallows (or perhaps, being wolves, their marshmallows would be shaped like hare, moose, stag and caribou; but it's the same general concept)."
I agree 100% with Stephen Fry's opinion on language & grammar pedants. (via Naiomi)
I've linked to some of them here before, but here is the full round up of Craig Santos Perez's Decolonial Diet posts.
An enlightening article on the implications of the American Medical Association's classification of obesity as a 'disease'.
"This is what I believe this new definition is about: defining a market (fat people who don’t want to be fat) and making it easier to sell things to them (drugs and surgeries and diet programs that promise to make them not-fat.)
If you can label a condition as a disease, it naturally follows that someone is going to develop a treatment for it, and people who suddenly realize they have an honest-to-goodness disease, and not merely a quaint variation on the human theme, are going to want to buy it. In this case, “people” represents a full third of the U.S. population. That’s over 100 million people, most of whom desperately do not want to be fat."