1. 02:41 17th Apr 2014

    Notes: 131

    Reblogged from thefrenemy

    thefrenemy:

    You asked: Favorite way to deliver a love confession?

    I answer: The best time a first “I love you” tumbled out of my gaping maw—- I was drunk and eating pizza, but most of all—I meant it so fucking much I had to say it, I had to say it now, I had to say it with marinara sauce on my teeth.

    When…

     
    1. I am on the brink of a really long self pity cry (read: fatigue) but my eye liner is actually decent today so tears are not an option.
     
  2. 07:45 15th Apr 2014

    Notes: 9303

    Reblogged from liamdryden

    the-writers-ramblings:

    4.02 The Lion & the Rose

    ↳ the only scene that matters

     
  3. 00:49 14th Apr 2014

    Notes: 8

    Reblogged from allthetinyfishes

    eloquenceisunderrated:

    You can’t give boys your URLs because then you can’t blog openly about them.

     
  4. 18:13 13th Apr 2014

    Notes: 72

    Reblogged from qsda

    image: Download

    
Mortimer’s soft little nose.
Animal Place, Grass Valley, CA.
© Andrea White 2014

COWS ARE GREAT TOO

    Mortimer’s soft little nose.

    Animal Place, Grass Valley, CA.

    © Andrea White 2014

    COWS ARE GREAT TOO

    (Source: facesofsanctuary)

     
  5. 18:12

    Notes: 9057

    Reblogged from renloras

    Why do you think women identify with the show as strongly as they do?

    TATIANA IS A FLAWLESS BEING

    (Source: thecloneclub)

     
  6. 17:57

    Notes: 25447

    Reblogged from marinashutup

    image: Download

    hugs-for-drugs:

Behind my house some dude did this

Maybe it’s just severely wishful thinking but IS THIS IN MELBOURNE?????

    hugs-for-drugs:

    Behind my house some dude did this

    Maybe it’s just severely wishful thinking but IS THIS IN MELBOURNE?????

     
  7. 17:55

    Notes: 1823

    Reblogged from thetroublewithmichael

    biishiki:

knowledgeequalsblackpower:


TRUGANINI: THE LAST “FULL BLOOD” TASMANIAN
In May 7, 1876, Truganini, [erroneously considered to be] the last “full-blood” Black person in Tasmania, died at 73 years of age. Her mother had been stabbed to death by a European. Her sisters were kidnapped by Europeans [and sold into slavery]. Her intended husband was drowned by two Europeans in her presence, while his murderers raped her.
It might be accurately said that Truganini’s numerous personal sufferings typify the tragedy of the Black people of Tasmania as a whole. “Don’t let them cut me up,” she begged the doctor as she lay dying. After her burial, Truganini’s body was exhumed, and her skeleton, strung upon wires and placed upright in a box, became for many years the most popular exhibit in the Tasmanian Museum and remained on display until 1947.
Finally, in 1976–the centenary years of Truganini’s death–despite the museum’s objections, her skeleton was cremated and her ashes scattered at sea.

But that’s not the end of the story. After demands from Tanzania’s Aboriginal community, the British Museum returned Truganini hair and skin samples in 2002 (along with bones from other unidentified aborigines). Yet, about 30 copies of the bust of her made by an English sculptor remain on display around the world. 
(via Invasion, Theft, Rape, Murder: The Aboriginal Holocaust in Tasmania)

And this is the history of Australia

    biishiki:

    knowledgeequalsblackpower:

    TRUGANINI: THE LAST “FULL BLOOD” TASMANIAN

    In May 7, 1876, Truganini, [erroneously considered to be] the last “full-blood” Black person in Tasmania, died at 73 years of age. Her mother had been stabbed to death by a European. Her sisters were kidnapped by Europeans [and sold into slavery]. Her intended husband was drowned by two Europeans in her presence, while his murderers raped her.

    It might be accurately said that Truganini’s numerous personal sufferings typify the tragedy of the Black people of Tasmania as a whole. “Don’t let them cut me up,” she begged the doctor as she lay dying. After her burial, Truganini’s body was exhumed, and her skeleton, strung upon wires and placed upright in a box, became for many years the most popular exhibit in the Tasmanian Museum and remained on display until 1947.

    Finally, in 1976–the centenary years of Truganini’s death–despite the museum’s objections, her skeleton was cremated and her ashes scattered at sea.

    But that’s not the end of the story. After demands from Tanzania’s Aboriginal community, the British Museum returned Truganini hair and skin samples in 2002 (along with bones from other unidentified aborigines). Yet, about 30 copies of the bust of her made by an English sculptor remain on display around the world

    (via Invasion, Theft, Rape, Murder: The Aboriginal Holocaust in Tasmania)

    And this is the history of Australia

     
  8. 17:53

    Notes: 214966

    Reblogged from allantruong

    (Source: realitytvgifs)

     
  9. 06:37

    Notes: 142158

    Reblogged from queennoor

     
  10. 03:11

    Notes: 281270

    Reblogged from allantruong

    lx34e:

me and my friend arriving at an all you can eat buffet 

    lx34e:

    me and my friend arriving at an all you can eat buffet 

    (Source: powerrangersvintage)

     
  11. 03:10

    Notes: 4697

    Reblogged from whatshouldwecallme

    Me in college

    whatshouldwecallme:

    image

    I had a smoothie while violently dancing to kpop but yeah same

     
  12. 21:18 12th Apr 2014

    Notes: 1324

    Reblogged from sophisti-cunted

    article-monkeys:

    B U R I E D   T R E A S U R E

    (Source: psychobritta)

     
  13. 21:12

    Notes: 209447

    Reblogged from garderespoir

    mstoph:

    my milkshakes bring all the boys are the yard and they’re like “your friend is hot”

     
  14. 21:05

    Notes: 1162

    Reblogged from marinashutup

    (Source: amerlcanapparel)