WANDERLUST

Let’s talk about murder.

(Source: makethemintoshoes, via i-want-i-never-ever-get)

lustt-and-luxury:

*makes last minute adjustments to life goals*

lustt-and-luxury:

*makes last minute adjustments to life goals*

(Source: yungcunt, via i-want-i-never-ever-get)

wakingupinbakerstreet:

stealingcheese:

what kind of guys get into equestrian?

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I CHOKED

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venusinthefifth:

fuckyeahsavagesistas:

Tina Turner as Aunty Entity in MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME – 1985

My Halloween muse!

venusinthefifth:

fuckyeahsavagesistas:

Tina Turner as Aunty Entity in MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME – 1985

My Halloween muse!

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jeankd:

y’all need to stop posting this shit and not putting instructions and recipes. 

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“Racism should never have happened and so you don’t get a cookie for reducing it.”
—  Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Americanah (via x09)

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lovelyandbrown:

hiddendores:

“‘Maybe you two shouldn’t sit next to each other.’ - my professor, after confusing me with the only OTHER black girl in the class… AGAIN.” #HiddenDores

Sigh.

lovelyandbrown:

hiddendores:

“‘Maybe you two shouldn’t sit next to each other.’ - my professor, after confusing me with the only OTHER black girl in the class… AGAIN.” #HiddenDores

Sigh.

(via jeankd)

221b-baker-sweets:

nothingbutacheat:

loki-of-sassgaard:

thedailysuperhero:

When Marvel wants you to play the lead in Guardians of the Galaxy you get ripped. Chris Pratt one year ago compared to now.

Now, how many horrible questions do you think he’s going to get about what foods he misses, or how hard it was to be able to fit into his costume?

#spoilers: none

not entirely true though. he was asked what he cut out of his diet to get that fit, and he spoke the truth

221b-baker-sweets:

nothingbutacheat:

loki-of-sassgaard:

thedailysuperhero:

When Marvel wants you to play the lead in Guardians of the Galaxy you get ripped. Chris Pratt one year ago compared to now.

Now, how many horrible questions do you think he’s going to get about what foods he misses, or how hard it was to be able to fit into his costume?

#spoilers: none

not entirely true though. he was asked what he cut out of his diet to get that fit, and he spoke the truth

(via jeankd)

humansofnewyork:

“My happiest moments are whenever I see my mother happy.”
“What’s the happiest you’ve ever seen her?”

“When I was a child, some German doctors told us that I could have a surgery in Italy, and my legs would work again. She was so happy she started crying. But I never had the money to go.” (Erbil, Iraq)

humansofnewyork:

“My happiest moments are whenever I see my mother happy.”

“What’s the happiest you’ve ever seen her?”

“When I was a child, some German doctors told us that I could have a surgery in Italy, and my legs would work again. She was so happy she started crying. But I never had the money to go.” (Erbil, Iraq)

vinegod:

How to deal with racial profiling. by KingBach

(via jeankd)

droory:

Friendship at its finest.

(via whensunhasfailed)

h0odrich:

Katy perry reminds me of the white girls from my high school who would flirt with black guys and ‘act black’ just for the attention but wouldn’t date anyone but the rich white kids

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portraitsofboston:

     “I’m trying not to give up.”     “When have you felt like giving up?”     “About a month ago—I have a history of depression, and sometimes that gets overwhelming. I wasn’t quite suicidal, but I still felt like maybe life was not worth living.”     “How did you overcome that?”     “I think persistence has been the key to my life—I just keep trying. I know it’s cliché, but it’s helped me get through.”     “Is persistence the only thing that helped you a month ago?”     “No, I also had a great conversation with my mother, which healed a lot of old issues. Sometimes you have to make the choice to move on from things. Because I was gay, the whole experience of growing up was pretty traumatic: I had to deal with other people’s perceptions of me. It was a difficult period that left a lot of scars.     “The other important thing that’s helped me—perhaps the most important thing—is having compassion for myself. I think that’s the key to surviving, and more important than self-acceptance. Self-acceptance is something people often can’t wrap their heads around: ‘How do I accept myself when I don’t like myself? How do I forgive myself for the things I’ve done?’ I think that’s where compassion comes in—it gets you away from trying to accept all of those things, and helps you understand that you are a work in progress.”

portraitsofboston:

     “I’m trying not to give up.”
     “When have you felt like giving up?”
     “About a month ago—I have a history of depression, and sometimes that gets overwhelming. I wasn’t quite suicidal, but I still felt like maybe life was not worth living.”
     “How did you overcome that?”
     “I think persistence has been the key to my life—I just keep trying. I know it’s cliché, but it’s helped me get through.”
     “Is persistence the only thing that helped you a month ago?”
     “No, I also had a great conversation with my mother, which healed a lot of old issues. Sometimes you have to make the choice to move on from things. Because I was gay, the whole experience of growing up was pretty traumatic: I had to deal with other people’s perceptions of me. It was a difficult period that left a lot of scars.
     “The other important thing that’s helped me—perhaps the most important thing—is having compassion for myself. I think that’s the key to surviving, and more important than self-acceptance. Self-acceptance is something people often can’t wrap their heads around: ‘How do I accept myself when I don’t like myself? How do I forgive myself for the things I’ve done?’ I think that’s where compassion comes in—it gets you away from trying to accept all of those things, and helps you understand that you are a work in progress.”

(Source: portraits-of-america)