I am obsessed, okay?


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*SHOUTING TO THE HEAVENS*

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today i accidentally dropped my pencil and when i reached down to get it i had this really awkward hand touch with a guy that was going to pick it up for me and he goes “oh i see how it is” with a flirty face and i panicked so i just blurted “i’m a lesbian” and then he got really quiet 

if this gets to five hundred notes i think i’m going to throw myself off a cliff 

I really hope she didn’t throw herself off a cliff

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i have a special folder for photos of small dogs snoozing on large sleeping places

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Brighton With Zoe! | Sprinkle of Chatter

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me: *owns 264 unread books*
me: *buys 17 new books*
me: *rereads harry potter*
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14,963 notes "Can a thin person have body image struggles? Can a thin person be at war with their self-image? Can a thin person hate to look in the mirror?

Absolutely.

And does that suck?

Absolutely.

But the difference between these negative feelings and fatphobia is this: The only person worrying about whether or not I’m meeting beauty standards is me.

And that’s not the same for fat folk.

When you’re not thin, other people on the beach actually do take offense. When you’re not thin, people really do think that you shouldn’t be in a bathing suit. When you’re not thin, people really do make your body their moral obligation.

And while your internal struggle is real and significant, the point is: You might hate your body, but society doesn’t.

That’s thin privilege." — Let’s Talk About Thin Privilege — Everyday Feminism (via samanticshift)

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1,226 notes can we talk about this please???? jesus.

can we talk about this please???? jesus.

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lggyzalea:

freshmen advice: y’all know bout high school musical right?? well that shit is legit. better get practicing. everyday at lunch we go hard af. stick to the status quo.

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112,297 notes fishingboatproceeds:

I don’t really understand how that is a question up for discussion on television news. I mean, even putting aside the gajillion ways that white people are privileged by, for instance, being able to think that whiteness is “normal,” studying world history from Eurocentric perspectives,  and etc etc:
- White people are less likely to be arrested for the same crime than black people, and black people serve longer (much longer!) sentences than white people.
- Marijuana use is similar among black and white populations in the U.S., but young African Americans are more than THREE TIMES more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession or use than white Americans. 
- Racial bias in hiring in the U.S. is well-documented and persistent.
- African American students are far more likely to be punished in schools, even though they are not much more likely to break school rules than their white peers.
- Even after accounting for reasons like education disparity, geographical distribution, and occupation, there is a persistent wage gap: White people make are paid more than African Americans due to racial discrimination. 
- White people in the U.S. on average have lower mortgage rates than African Americans.
White privilege is a fact of every facet of American life. I realize I’m mostly preaching to the choir here, but this is not a political issue or a subject for debate. It is well-documented and irrefutable.

fishingboatproceeds:

I don’t really understand how that is a question up for discussion on television news. I mean, even putting aside the gajillion ways that white people are privileged by, for instance, being able to think that whiteness is “normal,” studying world history from Eurocentric perspectives,  and etc etc:

- White people are less likely to be arrested for the same crime than black people, and black people serve longer (much longer!) sentences than white people.

- Marijuana use is similar among black and white populations in the U.S., but young African Americans are more than THREE TIMES more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession or use than white Americans. 

- Racial bias in hiring in the U.S. is well-documented and persistent.

- African American students are far more likely to be punished in schools, even though they are not much more likely to break school rules than their white peers.

- Even after accounting for reasons like education disparity, geographical distribution, and occupation, there is a persistent wage gap: White people make are paid more than African Americans due to racial discrimination. 

- White people in the U.S. on average have lower mortgage rates than African Americans.

White privilege is a fact of every facet of American life. I realize I’m mostly preaching to the choir here, but this is not a political issue or a subject for debate. It is well-documented and irrefutable.

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10 lessons for young designers/john c. jay


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551 notes Catching Fire.
Peeta: What's your favorite color?
Me: *hisses* GREEN
Katniss: ... Green.
Dad: *sighs*
Katniss: What's yours?
Me: ORANGE
Me: ~lik a sunset~
Peeta: Orange.
Katniss: Orange? ... Like Effie's hair?
Me: nO LIKE A SUNSET
Peeta: No, not like Effie's hair... More like a sunset.
Me: DARN STRAIGHT
Dad: *sighs*
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