redefiningfood:

A perfect breakfast fruit platter of Mango, Lychee, Apple, Banana, Melon, Papaya, Rambutan and Mangosteen. My friend was complaining about my food presentation because he said apparently my fruit platters look “messy” so I tried putting in some arrangement…but arranging fruit seems antithetical to how it works in my life - fruit is that natural, casual yet impossibly exciting addition (or substitution) for a meal, and that’s how it should look in my eyes. 

redefiningfood:

A perfect breakfast fruit platter of Mango, Lychee, Apple, Banana, Melon, Papaya, Rambutan and Mangosteen. My friend was complaining about my food presentation because he said apparently my fruit platters look “messy” so I tried putting in some arrangement…but arranging fruit seems antithetical to how it works in my life - fruit is that natural, casual yet impossibly exciting addition (or substitution) for a meal, and that’s how it should look in my eyes. 

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Anonymous said: What do you think of The Body Shop? They're cruelty free (the symbol's on their website) but I haven't seen anyone talking about them...

adviceforvegans:

I hate The Body Shop (they’re owned by L’Oreal) but I don’t judge people who use them. Whilst some of their products are vegan, I just can’t forgive them for selling themselves to a cruelty company like that…