1. theangelshaveteslasatncis:

    folie-a-killjoy:

    eli-manning:

    gurry:

    Aren’t we all internet explorers?

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    do you mean we all run slow and people don’t like us?

    thats exactly what we are

  2. (Source: fuckyesbeyonce)

  3. canadianvogue:

    at work: ***flawless (feat. chimamanda ngozi adichie)

    when i’m going out: ***flawless (feat. nicki minaj)

  4. (Source: c-h-i-c-l-e-t-e-s)

  5. versaceslut:

miss-ludicrous:

Okay no. I’m not okay with this. I’m an extremist when it comes to equality and human rights for the lgbtq community seeing as how I’m a part of it. But I do not ever in any circumstance condone saying or wearing “I hate straight people” across my chest. But I’m true to my statement on human rights, which means you can say whatever the fuck you want. But, seriously? There are millions of impressionable kids out there that are afraid to come out, they’re afraid people will hate them for their sexual orientation. They’re afraid of their parents reactions and in many cases, their parents abuse. SO HOW. Is it ever acceptable to say/wear this? Just because straight people are the majority of this society, does not ever make it okay to oppress them. The lgbtq community is constantly looked over, ignored, and abused. We know how it feels. We go through it every day. Stepping to a lower level and hating all heterosexuals won’t make it better. It only perpetuates the issue at hand, for both sides.

    versaceslut:

    miss-ludicrous:

    Okay no. I’m not okay with this. I’m an extremist when it comes to equality and human rights for the lgbtq community seeing as how I’m a part of it. But I do not ever in any circumstance condone saying or wearing “I hate straight people” across my chest. But I’m true to my statement on human rights, which means you can say whatever the fuck you want. But, seriously? There are millions of impressionable kids out there that are afraid to come out, they’re afraid people will hate them for their sexual orientation. They’re afraid of their parents reactions and in many cases, their parents abuse. SO HOW. Is it ever acceptable to say/wear this? Just because straight people are the majority of this society, does not ever make it okay to oppress them. The lgbtq community is constantly looked over, ignored, and abused. We know how it feels. We go through it every day. Stepping to a lower level and hating all heterosexuals won’t make it better. It only perpetuates the issue at hand, for both sides.

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  6. clamjob:

    landorus:

    *iggy azalea wink with both eyes*

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  7. distraction:

Word

    distraction:

    Word

    (Source: anuaks)

  8. onlyblackgirl:

    White people tryna use AAVE be like:

    YAAAASS Sally Lou Listerine, we are literally about to get crunk and turn up at Starbucks with these on point Pumkpin Spice Lattes, because we ain’t no basic thots…OR NAH. Stay TRILL!

  9. (Source: vinebox)

  10. (Source: sebastiaanstans)

  11. yxnnick:

    When I’m sad, I listen to queen Lana and King Ed

  12. lindsaylohansmugshot:

    *puts on leather jacket* i really love that band arctic monkeys *lights cigarette* have you ever heard that song “Do I Wanna Know?” Probably not haha theyre really indie

  13. ostracizedpoodle:

    After I watch a scary movie I listen to music because no one’s going to die while nicki minaj is playing

  14. (Source: these-are-my-scars)

  15. (Source: c-isnenegro)