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ninihohoho:

hasadigabitches:

A moment of silence for all the girls who have their period on their wedding day

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I NEVER THOUHHT OF THAT

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Anonymous asked: What was your freshman year like?


Answer:

I struggled with depression, had no sense of self and felt like a stranger in my own home, but it was the predecessor to the best year of school so far so that’s cool.

sickomobb:

ghivashels:

colinmorgasms:

what if obama does the ice bucket challenge and nominates queen elizabeth

what if obama actually talks about what’s going on in ferguson

what if obama stopped exterminating the middle eastern population with drones

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bluelava3:

principalcellist:

principalcellist:

eheihee hee. I’m in my boyfriends pants.

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I’M LITERALLY IN MY BOYFRIE NDS PA N T S!!

u sent urself that ask and ur boyfriend has ugly pants

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downtheupstairs:

baeddelpherneliatakesthesquare:

Defend the protesters in Ferguson when they peacefully protest.
Defend the protesters in Ferguson when they riot.

Ok here’s the thing though. I support the protesters in Ferguson, I do. Police brutality and lax repercussions for wrongful use of force is a…

Also, it’s hard to defend those who were looting. How does the man down the street selling TVs affect how a cop shot a young man? Those who are looting are using this as an excuse to make irresponsible and reckless decisions in the name of selfishness disguised by a need for justice. I dare any of the people who are rioting, protesting and looting to answer me this: what were you doing in your community to break the inevitable racial discrimination before this young man was shot? What were you doing? Because now that he is dead, you are suddenly a civil right activist. No. I’m not saying that racism isn’t present in our society, because yes, it is. But not every time a white man has a gun to a black is it racism. Sometimes it is duty.


The people wanted more transparency. They begged for the name of the cop, begged for an autopsy, begged for more facts. When they got them, they were unhappy. The surveillance video of Mike Brown stealing from the store was released and suddenly the public was outraged. “How dare you disgrace him memory!”. If he had been doing what he was supposed to be doing, there would be no memory to disgrace. When they released the news that Mike Brown had actually came towards the police aggressively when they shot him, it was considered that the media was just being racist towards him because a white man shot a black child. This is not a matter of black or white. This is a matter of right and wrong.

Until the courts come through and the correct paperwork is filed, a fair decision of right and will not exist.

Peaceful protest is a constitutional right. Violent riots and stealing from innocent people is not.

Do things in memory of Mike Brown, not because he’s an excuse to act reckless.

africandad:

"touch my butt and buy me pizza"

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