Lunapics

Hi, I'm Morgan, I'm a fangeek, and I live with ADHD and a therapy cat called Luna.
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yarnzipangirl:

…apparently, the texture of the concept of a sandwich now tweaks me.

Like… I like bread.  I REALLY love bread.  Warm, chewy, soft bread.  Mmmm.  And I love meats and cheeses and anything else you’d put on a sandwich.  You name it, I’ll probably scarf it.

But if you put the stuff in between the bread? …no.  No, I will open up the sandwich, eat the filling, clean off the bread as best I can, and eat it THEN.

Pitas, wraps, I’m fine.  But something about bread + solid objects…

No, it’s not weird, I am the same way. The Primal Blueprint people are right. Your body isn’t craving the carb stuff, it’s craving the tasty toppings on it.

Je suis La Dork: Shhh. Your privilege is showing

newwavefeminism:

jawnsbejawnin:

There are people without cars.

There are people without cars who only have bodegas and Korean min marts in their neighborhood with limited options.

There are people who don’t make very much money and have to go hard with budgeting their food money.

So shut the fuck up with your self righteous, judgmental, “I can’t believe all people don’t eat organic” rants.

Our immediate neighborhood has an Asian minimart, a 7Eleven, and a Shell station. The Asian minimart does their best to get some good foods in stock, but the place is tiny and old, as are the couple who own it. About a mile down the road there is a Fred Meyer, but it’s expensive, and even more expensive if you want organic/natural foods. A mile and a half down there is a Grocery Outlet, which is great and cheap, and actually has a good natural food selection. But, hauling groceries back a mile and a half really sucks, especially if you are old, a small person, and/or watching after tiny children at the same time. Several of my friends have had work dry up for the winter, and are struggling to make rent, let alone pony up the extra money for food with an organic lable. One of them is currently living on eggs and coffee because that’s all she can afford.

spastasmagoria:

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I… UM… I say I am ‘testing’ out their cheese steaks? yeah. Um… for valuable quantitative comparison purposes. FOR SCIENCE, PEOPLE. SCIENCE. 

Why is knowing what I like a problem?

Cos you go to that one place that doesn’t have cheese steaks, and it takes you 45 min to order and then you order the “wrong” thing and the whole rest of your day turns to shit? Maybe that’s just me lol 

Ahhh…this is sort of solved by me by the fact that I won’t go to restaurants that don’t have the foods I will eat. Is eating at the same rotation of restaurants another aspie problem? If it’s for work or a social engagement I just get a soup or salad and pick at it until we can leave and go somewhere else. Is that weird?

FEELS. Yes. I usually end up going to the same places over and over. But you know, sometimes socially you end up at a place you’d rather not be at. Or you are traveling. And then yes, I end up getting the blandest most difficult-to-mess-up food. But I still aways manage to get the food that’s mest up. Like… i asked for a bagel and cream cheese at this one place. Cos I was on a kick where that’s all I would eat for weeks and weeks? and they threw it on the grill, which was fine, but they put a cover over it, so the bottom was crisp and the top was soggy? I”m like.. jfc i didn’t even know I had to specify that I wanted my bagel toasted and not tortured on the grill??? 

That poor, innocent bagel! I ate a bagel with creamcheese and a green apple for lunch all four years of high school. Right now I’m on to scramblers and lettuce wraps. Taco meat is awesome in a lettuce wrap, and so is bacon. Well, bacon is awesome in anything.

We do a lot of burritos and wraps right now. There are two types of food: stuff that isn’t touching on the plate, or stuff that’s all mixed up together like… in a burrito or a bowl. We use WAY more bowls than plates in my house. 



I have five different types of bowls in my house. Six if you count that one of them comes in soup and cereal sizes. Plus two different sets of glass mixing bowls and a metal set. We eat a lot of spaghetti and rice bowl type things. Lots of burritos too. Redhead is going to attempt to make me a gluten free chimichanga.

spastasmagoria:

lunapics:

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lunapics:

spastasmagoria:

I… UM… I say I am ‘testing’ out their cheese steaks? yeah. Um… for valuable quantitative comparison purposes. FOR SCIENCE, PEOPLE. SCIENCE. 

Why is knowing what I like a problem?

Cos you go to that one place that doesn’t have cheese steaks, and it takes you 45 min to order and then you order the “wrong” thing and the whole rest of your day turns to shit? Maybe that’s just me lol 

Ahhh…this is sort of solved by me by the fact that I won’t go to restaurants that don’t have the foods I will eat. Is eating at the same rotation of restaurants another aspie problem? If it’s for work or a social engagement I just get a soup or salad and pick at it until we can leave and go somewhere else. Is that weird?

FEELS. Yes. I usually end up going to the same places over and over. But you know, sometimes socially you end up at a place you’d rather not be at. Or you are traveling. And then yes, I end up getting the blandest most difficult-to-mess-up food. But I still aways manage to get the food that’s mest up. Like… i asked for a bagel and cream cheese at this one place. Cos I was on a kick where that’s all I would eat for weeks and weeks? and they threw it on the grill, which was fine, but they put a cover over it, so the bottom was crisp and the top was soggy? I”m like.. jfc i didn’t even know I had to specify that I wanted my bagel toasted and not tortured on the grill??? 

That poor, innocent bagel! I ate a bagel with creamcheese and a green apple for lunch all four years of high school. Right now I’m on to scramblers and lettuce wraps. Taco meat is awesome in a lettuce wrap, and so is bacon. Well, bacon is awesome in anything.

We do a lot of burritos and wraps right now. There are two types of food: stuff that isn’t touching on the plate, or stuff that’s all mixed up together like… in a burrito or a bowl. We use WAY more bowls than plates in my house. 

I have five different types of bowls in my house. Six if you count that one of them comes in soup and cereal sizes. Plus two different sets of glass mixing bowls and a metal set. We eat a lot of spaghetti and rice bowl type things. Lots of burritos too. Redhead is going to attempt to make me a gluten free chimichanga.

spastasmagoria:

lunapics:

spastasmagoria:

lunapics:

spastasmagoria:

I… UM… I say I am ‘testing’ out their cheese steaks? yeah. Um… for valuable quantitative comparison purposes. FOR SCIENCE, PEOPLE. SCIENCE. 

Why is knowing what I like a problem?

Cos you go to that one place that doesn’t have cheese steaks, and it takes you 45 min to order and then you order the “wrong” thing and the whole rest of your day turns to shit? Maybe that’s just me lol 

Ahhh…this is sort of solved by me by the fact that I won’t go to restaurants that don’t have the foods I will eat. Is eating at the same rotation of restaurants another aspie problem? If it’s for work or a social engagement I just get a soup or salad and pick at it until we can leave and go somewhere else. Is that weird?

FEELS. Yes. I usually end up going to the same places over and over. But you know, sometimes socially you end up at a place you’d rather not be at. Or you are traveling. And then yes, I end up getting the blandest most difficult-to-mess-up food. But I still aways manage to get the food that’s mest up. Like… i asked for a bagel and cream cheese at this one place. Cos I was on a kick where that’s all I would eat for weeks and weeks? and they threw it on the grill, which was fine, but they put a cover over it, so the bottom was crisp and the top was soggy? I”m like.. jfc i didn’t even know I had to specify that I wanted my bagel toasted and not tortured on the grill??? 



That poor, innocent bagel! I ate a bagel with creamcheese and a green apple for lunch all four years of high school. Right now I’m on to scramblers and lettuce wraps. Taco meat is awesome in a lettuce wrap, and so is bacon. Well, bacon is awesome in anything.

spastasmagoria:

lunapics:

spastasmagoria:

lunapics:

spastasmagoria:

I… UM… I say I am ‘testing’ out their cheese steaks? yeah. Um… for valuable quantitative comparison purposes. FOR SCIENCE, PEOPLE. SCIENCE. 

Why is knowing what I like a problem?

Cos you go to that one place that doesn’t have cheese steaks, and it takes you 45 min to order and then you order the “wrong” thing and the whole rest of your day turns to shit? Maybe that’s just me lol 

Ahhh…this is sort of solved by me by the fact that I won’t go to restaurants that don’t have the foods I will eat. Is eating at the same rotation of restaurants another aspie problem? If it’s for work or a social engagement I just get a soup or salad and pick at it until we can leave and go somewhere else. Is that weird?

FEELS. Yes. I usually end up going to the same places over and over. But you know, sometimes socially you end up at a place you’d rather not be at. Or you are traveling. And then yes, I end up getting the blandest most difficult-to-mess-up food. But I still aways manage to get the food that’s mest up. Like… i asked for a bagel and cream cheese at this one place. Cos I was on a kick where that’s all I would eat for weeks and weeks? and they threw it on the grill, which was fine, but they put a cover over it, so the bottom was crisp and the top was soggy? I”m like.. jfc i didn’t even know I had to specify that I wanted my bagel toasted and not tortured on the grill??? 

That poor, innocent bagel! I ate a bagel with creamcheese and a green apple for lunch all four years of high school. Right now I’m on to scramblers and lettuce wraps. Taco meat is awesome in a lettuce wrap, and so is bacon. Well, bacon is awesome in anything.

Girls and women of the world, could we stop apologizing for wanting and eating food? Because this is one of the most ridiculous things that we do collectively as lady-people, and not only does it annoy the shit out of me personally, but it is also INCREDIBLY SAD. Could we stop feeling “guilty” for wanting an effing brownie? Or a plate of fries? Could we stop actively seeking permission from our friends to go ahead and “be bad” and order the cheesecake? Could we all just go ahead and order whatever it is that we feel like eating, instead of saying, “Oh, I feel like a pig, you guys are just getting salads”?

Because—now I know this will come as a shock—WOMEN EAT. We get hungry. We get hungry for pizzas and Double Stuf Oreos and nachos and ice cream and giant French-toast breakfasts, and you know what? WE DON’T NEED TO FEEL BAD ABOUT THAT.

- an excerpt from this beautiful article that everyone should read (x)

If I wasn’t allergic to food dye and preservatives you could bet your ass that I would have a mouthfull of oreos right now. For those of you who can eat wheat, crushed oreos/newmanos make the best fudge on the planet.

(Source: networkconnectivityproblems)

telescopics:

ditto raw vegan food



On the flipside, I would like to eat my organic gluten free food without having to play twenty questions every time I open my lunchbox. Yes, I know my stuff is different, yes it’s tasty even though it’s green. Why would I eat something that tasted bad? Go back to your twinky and let me eat in peace.

telescopics:

ditto raw vegan food

On the flipside, I would like to eat my organic gluten free food without having to play twenty questions every time I open my lunchbox. Yes, I know my stuff is different, yes it’s tasty even though it’s green. Why would I eat something that tasted bad? Go back to your twinky and let me eat in peace.

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)