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spankmehardbarry:

muthafuckin pigeon better keep his filthy ass off my mattress or imma kill a bitch

we, as women, need to stop pretending we can change men. we have this mentality that we can transform a fuckboy into a gentlemen, and that’s just not how it works. once a fuckboy, always a fuckboy. don’t waste your time on a man who won’t waste his time on you

(Source: foulmilk, via femburton)

taeisgangsta:

swallowthatshit:

grandmafupa:

Painfully average looking with a great sense of humor and always down to get drunk high

fixed it

Food*

The phrase “black on black crime” needs to go. 90% of all crime in America stays within a racial group yet only this one has a name.

(Source: blackmanonthemoon, via itsexclusive)

Black women can be feminine

Black women can be masculine

Black women can be delicate

Black women can be quiet

Black women can be loud

Black women can be patient

Black women can be cute

Black women can be adorable

Black women can be sexy

Black women can be dominant

Black women can be submissive

Black women can be straightedge

Black women can be gyaru

We can be literally anything we feel like being.

We are not a monolithic group

We are not the same

We share melanin not mindsets

(Source: blackfemalepresident, via italllookssogood)

(Source: hyperlink37, via excuse-my-thoughts)

2 headphones in: don't talk to me
1 headphone in: don't talk to me
no headphones in: don't talk to me

"Rape is one of the most terrible crimes on earth. And it happens every few minutes. The problem with groups who deal with rape is that they try to educate women about how to defend themselves. What really needs to be done is teaching men not to rape. Go to the source and start there."

- Kurt Cobain talking in November 1991 about the background behind the song ‘Polly’ (via cavum)

(Source: drive-my-rubber-soul, via italllookssogood)

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I miss having my ass smacked

a-stormer-in-tokio:

akingsword:

*logs out of twitter for 52 years* 


Omfg

Y’all ain’t right