sniffing:

distressed—teens:

ddaughter:

i think its dumb if drug dealers get sentenced to longer in prison that rapists?? like people ask for drugs but no one asks for rape???

Finally someone said it.

(via herestothedesperatedasher)

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taylorwifts:

IF YOU ARE A FRESHMAN IN HIGH SCHOOL RIGHT NOW I ADVISE YOU TO DO YOUR BEST SERIOUSLY I THOUGHT HIGH SCHOOL WAS SUPPOSED TO BE FUN AND I DIDN’T DO SHIT AND NOW MY C’S ON MY FRESHMAN REPORT CARDS ARE KILLING ME IN MY COLLEGE APPS AND I WISH SOMEONE HAD TOLD ME TO DO BETTER SO PLEASE LISTEN TO ME IF YOU ARE A FRESHMAN GOOD GRADES ARE COOL

(via arealtomato)

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beefmilk2:

pansoph:

for chinese new year they get all these famous actors and comedians together and they do a lil show and one of the comedians was like “i was in a hotel in america once and there was a mouse in my room so i called reception except i forgot the english word for mouse so instead i said ‘you know tom and jerry? jerry is here’

jerry is here

(via ctr1-z)

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So I got a new tattoo today. I was extremely impressed by the artist’s ability.

So I got a new tattoo today. I was extremely impressed by the artist’s ability.

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Why The Body Diversity On ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Is So Important (via brutereason)

(via johnwatscone)

"Orange Is the New Black" enters a landscape that labels non-thin bodies, at best, unattractive and, at worst, diseased, and inverts the resulting stereotypes with a slew of counterexamples: Classically attractive male guard Bennett does not, as he would on a lesser show, pursue a relationship with Maritza (Diane Guerrero), who Gloria jokes “looks like Sofia Vergara,”but rather with Daya (Dasha Polanco), who has a look not readily represented on television. Elsewhere, in a reversal of the oft-repeated trope, “fat woman gets rejected in her quest for the love of a thin person,” we see Tastee (Danielle Brooks) eschew the romantic advances of Poussey (Samira Wiley). Since the show’s first season, Lea Delaria’s character Big Boo has served as a kind of Litchfield prison sexual fiend — and while her aggressive-often-to-the-point of-harassment pursuits are not (and should not be) endorsed by the show, they do tell a very different story of how fat bodies can relate to sex than the one that says they should stringently diet and wait patiently to be skinny before they can even enter the arena.

These are just a few of the show’s dozens of three-dimension portrayals of women with bodies that fall outside the cultural norm. They all have complicated inner lives and diverse wants, goals and desires — both romantic and otherwise. Louis CK recently received praise for depicting a fat woman on his show who calls out his character’s cruel discrimination. But it’s not new fodder for television to portray a fat woman unhappy with her lot, and desperate for the love of an uninterested party. What is new is to see a larger woman pursuing sex and love with absolutely no reference to her shape, and no comments to suggest to viewers that her body should be considered anything but attractive.
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mementomoribiitches:

Haha i want this kind of ideal boyfriend ! :p

mementomoribiitches:

Haha i want this kind of ideal boyfriend ! :p

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disowns:

honestly i hate when people try to sugar coat shit like if you don’t like me or don’t wanna hang or don’t wanna talk to me just fucking tell me don’t keep ignoring me and expect me to figure out the hint like that’s such a bitch ass move i’d rather hear it from you than be ignored 99% of the fucking time.

(via storming-s)

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isolateed:

radicalyst:

pulmonaire:

Using 3,604 cups of coffee with different amounts of milk and coffee to create shading for Mona Lisa’s face. (via)

how the fuck

me procrastinating.

(via spin-you-valentine-evenings)

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mrbootyluver:

arqueete:

blackgirlwhiteboylove:

telvi1:

I want this to go viral

One of many slanderous untruths corporate media likes to portray about Black America. Please reblog. 

I asked my mom if she thought more college-aged black men were in college or in jail and she responded, “Oh, definitely in jail.” I read her these stats and she was surprised. This is a good campaign.

The truth shall set you free!!!

mrbootyluver:

arqueete:

blackgirlwhiteboylove:

telvi1:

I want this to go viral

One of many slanderous untruths corporate media likes to portray about Black America. Please reblog. 

I asked my mom if she thought more college-aged black men were in college or in jail and she responded, “Oh, definitely in jail.” I read her these stats and she was surprised. This is a good campaign.

The truth shall set you free!!!

(via brttnytlwht)

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