Natascha, 2012. by Ronnie Boehm
Hawaiian Hula Dancer - Hula is a dance form developed in the Hawaiian Islands by Polynesians who originally settled there, which portrays the words of the oli or mele in a visual dance form accompanied by chant and traditional instruments. There are many sub-styles of hula, and two main positions of a hula dance, sitting (noho dance) or standing (luna dance). There are other related dances that come from other Polynesian islands, however, hula is unique to Hawaiian Islands.
fuckyesballet: Natalie Lambelet Palacios, photo by Rachel Neville
Fat people are like welfare bludgers. 99% of them don't need the help, don't need the pity. But because it's so freely available, so many choices and so much 'sensitivity', they sit dormant, sucking the life out of the people around them, their only purpose to consume & complain. This book is not for fat people. It is not for lazy people. It is for fit people. It is for leaders. It is for people who know that something is wrong. #sharnyandjulius #FITlosophy