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If you can name it, there's a good chance I love it.

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lesliecrusher:

shepardtaichou:

having two characters being constantly mistaken for a gay couple is fucking ridiculous and unrealistic. in real life people will go OUT OF THEIR WAY to assume you’re straight, and even then, no one would ever confront you about it. a character vehemently denying being gay is not funny. it’s fucking offensive. 

assholedisney:

today I saw a preteen girl pick up Mean Girls at Target and ask her friend what it was. She didn’t even know. She said it sounded dumb. The people are forgetting. The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost, for none now live who remember it.

artekka:

fapoleon-bonerparte:

I was doing research on Napoleon when I found it again

My favorite picture of him

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"Try to beat me THIS time, Russia!!!"

I’M GETTING THAT FUCKING A (EVEN IF IT KILLS ME) // for when instrumental music is not enough, when you’re on your last cup of coffee and the sun’s about to rise, when aggressive dancing is the only way to stay awake long enough to finish this damn assignment [listen] [keep]

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andrewthewhip:

bottomlessblue:

m-hart:

ewebean:

nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

slapmymind:

tastykake:

Taylor Swift vs. Avril Lavigne - We are Complicated

#this sounds like the act 1 finale of a teenage lesbian jukebox musical

#that tag changes everything

#Taylor’s widely acknowledged around town as the ‘good girl’ #Avril’s from the wrong side of the tracks #natural opposites that get paired as partners for a chemistry project #what starts out as schoolwork becomes something more as the girls slowly fall for each other #but there’s trouble in paradise when Avril realizes Taylor’s needy for attention and Taylor thinks Avril’s too edgy #a fight breaks out and the two break it off #Act 1 ends with them storming away from each other to opposite sides of the stage #Taylor sings of how through she is with Avril #and Avril is furious at Taylor for being so complicated

"Take off all your preppy clothes" omfg its so perfect leav e me to die

Let’s play the “how long ‘till I regret having drawn this” game

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First time I reblogged this was MONTHS ago and I still listen to it regularly, and also think about writing a teenage lesbian jukebox musical very often.

I swear to god I want to write this right now. (If only because it gives me an excuse to listen to T-Swift and Avril…)

aww yes it’s back i don’t particularily like these songs by themselves but oh god THIS I think about Teenage Lesbian Jukebox Musical and how much I want it to exist all the time teenage lesbian jukebox musical one day i may write you (via reesegarrett)

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Anonymous asked
Secret Santa Anon here! Congrats on finishing NaNo! If you need a shoulder to cry on after last night's SPN episode I'm here for you, though I'm still crying bcos Kevin was my baby (even though he's older than my older brother...). How've you been? Got any amazing plans for Christmas?

Oh my god, thank you! My novel was sort of ridiculous and written in a caffeine daze, but I had so much fun that I don’t really care.

Blah, agreed, he was my baby as well. I’m still pretending that it didn’t happen; I figure if I deny it hard enough, he’ll just return from the dead and everything will be fine. It’s worked before, so… 

Anonymous asked
Secret Santa here again! How are you? Ready for Christmas?

Hello! I’m really well, dragging myself through buying the presents I forgot to get which always sucks, but it’s all good. How are you? 

dustinmathisen:

ptgreat:

nickcarragay:

petition to make young adult authors stop writing about girls whose lives change when they meet a boy

When she saw him time slowed to a stop.  He was so perfect and she knew her life would never be the same because she had finally found him.  The one.  The first boy she would ever kill.

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freemindfreebody:

youngblackandvegan:

lovelyandbrown:

lovelyandbrown:

eatmeallnight:

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youngblackandvegan:

thechanelmuse:

Vanessa VanDyke has amazing hair. Point blank. But it’s her hair that may cause her to get expelled from school. Faith Christian Academy in Orlando told the 12-year-old that she has a week to decide if she’s going to cut her hair, straighten it, or get kicked out.

Vanessa has attended Faith Christian Academy since she was in the third grade, but the school’s s code has rules against how students can wear their hair. The handbook reads: “Hair must be a natural color and must not be a distraction,” and goes on to state examples that include, but are not limited to, mohawks, shaved designs and rat tails.

The distraction that the school is probably referring to when it speaks of Vanessa’s hair has to do with bullying and teasing.

From Local 10 News Orlando:

“A distraction to one person is not a distraction to another,” said VanDyke’s mother, Sabrina Kent. “You can have a kid come in with pimples on his face. Are you going to call that a distraction?”

VanDyke said she’s had her large, natural hair all year long, but it only became an issue after the family complained about students teasing her about her hair.

“There have been bullies in the school,” said Kent. “There have been people teasing her about her hair, and it seems to me that they’re blaming her.”

“I’m depressed about leaving my friends and people that I’ve known for a while, but I’d rather have that than the principals and administrators picking on me and saying that I should change my hair,” said VanDyke.

So instead of Faith Christian Academy doing something about the bullies, they’re going to reprimand a 12-year-old because of her hair?

“I’m going to fight for my daughter,” Kent said. “If she wants her hair like that, she will keep her hair like that. There are people out there who may think that natural hair is not appropriate. She is beautiful the way she is.”

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it’s hard enough for black girls to feel beautiful without those in authority sending the message that their hair is unacceptable. this story is disgusting and unfortunately not the first or last case. it’s a damn shame that every part of a black girl’s body is politicized,  at all ages

this is so stupid …

I’m so proud of her mother.

I signed the petition. I called the school and left a message. I am not playing. And yall shouldn’t either. Sign it here: http://www.change.org/petitions/faith-christian-academy-confront-guilty-students-for-bullying-not-fault-victims-for-wearing-their-hair-in-its-natural-state?share_id=IYDUMdeZVj&utm_campaign=signature_receipt&utm_medium=email&utm_source=share_petition

Reposting again for the cheap seats in the back. Let’s do something!

BOOST! take 5 seconds and sign this!

signed!