When my blood sugar is out of control


hellocorranhorn:

I AM THE ONE WHO KNOCKS

hellocorranhorn:

I AM THE ONE WHO KNOCKS



melancholy-cutie:

"oh my grandma has diabetes-"

not my kind of diabetes.

"well, it’s curable if you exercise and lose weight, right?"

not my kind of diabetes.

"you could have prevented it-"

not my kind of diabetes.

"but you’re not even fat-"

NOT MY KIND OF DIABETES.


bittenbybetus:

So basically, my boyfriend asked me to teach him how to do my injections so he can do them for me when I feel lazy or when I’m not able to do it myself and in diabetic terms this is almost like a SUPERPOWER, I can just get him to do my injections for me when I don’t want to!? I HAVE STRUCK GOLD, I HAVE A BOYFRIEND THAT EVERY DIABETIC GIRL WANTS, I’M GOING TO MARRY THIS MAN




typeoneprincess:

My talents include being a human pin cushion and laughing at jokes about being a human pin cushion on the internet   


WELL THEN YOU HAVE TO MET ME BRATHA

WELL THEN YOU HAVE TO MET ME BRATHA


Your life as a diabetic


sugars-the-bitch-not-me:

It’s so weird to me to think that most people can eat and drink without manually giving themselves insulin. It seems like such a luxury, when really it’s just the human body doing what it’s supposed to. Counting carbs and dosing insulin is so second nature that I often times forget that other people don’t have diabetes. 


easilyhumored:

when someone tries to tell me i can’t eat something because i have diabetes 



me: *eats pizza*
friends:…..
me: *eats pasta*
friends:…..
me: *eats bread*
friends:…..
me: *eats single skittle*
friends: woAH THErE THat’S TERRIblE FoR YoUR DIabETeS YOu NEed tO INJecT fOR tHaT
every damn time (via winchesterinengland)