mangopeachtango:

wannajoke:

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DUDE WOT

BAHAHAHAHAHA

mangopeachtango:

wannajoke:

Match Found

DUDE WOT

BAHAHAHAHAHA

retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS
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retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS
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retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS
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retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS
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retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS
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retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS
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retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS
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retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS
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retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS
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retro-girl811:

Yellow Cocktail Dresses

YAAAAAAAS

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oswinoswut:

if you dont still say “wed-ness-day” in your head when you spell wednesday then ur a fucking liar

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kitchensauce:

Evening By The Lake
Max Nonnenbruch

kitchensauce:

Evening By The Lake

Max Nonnenbruch

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nom-food:

Cheesecake brownies

nom-food:

Cheesecake brownies

taurielsilvan:

♛ legendarium characters

Celebrimbor (F.A. - S.A. 1697) 
Celebrimbor was the son of Curufin, fifth son of Fëanor. Aside from his grandfather, Celebrimbor was the greatest craftsman in the history of Middle-earth, and his forging of the Rings of Power led to the dominion and eventual downfall of Sauron in the War of the Ring.


I just really want to know about the film or show where the Iron Chef chairman’s nephew plays an elf.
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taurielsilvan:

♛ legendarium characters

Celebrimbor (F.A. - S.A. 1697) 
Celebrimbor was the son of Curufin, fifth son of Fëanor. Aside from his grandfather, Celebrimbor was the greatest craftsman in the history of Middle-earth, and his forging of the Rings of Power led to the dominion and eventual downfall of Sauron in the War of the Ring.


I just really want to know about the film or show where the Iron Chef chairman’s nephew plays an elf.
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taurielsilvan:

♛ legendarium characters

Celebrimbor (F.A. - S.A. 1697) 
Celebrimbor was the son of Curufin, fifth son of Fëanor. Aside from his grandfather, Celebrimbor was the greatest craftsman in the history of Middle-earth, and his forging of the Rings of Power led to the dominion and eventual downfall of Sauron in the War of the Ring.


I just really want to know about the film or show where the Iron Chef chairman’s nephew plays an elf.
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taurielsilvan:

♛ legendarium characters

Celebrimbor (F.A. - S.A. 1697)

Celebrimbor was the son of Curufin, fifth son of Fëanor. Aside from his grandfather, Celebrimbor was the greatest craftsman in the history of Middle-earth, and his forging of the Rings of Power led to the dominion and eventual downfall of Sauron in the War of the Ring.

I just really want to know about the film or show where the Iron Chef chairman’s nephew plays an elf.

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chandigarhia:

please unmute this vine

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empress-of-derp:

onlyblackgirl:

foodthatlookslikeiggyazalea:

Iggy Azalea and kraft singles

That pack of kraft cheese got more singles than she do tho.



I’m offended that the cheese in the photo is American. The US has fucked up a lot of times, but Iggy Azalea is Australian, thankyouverymuch.
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onlyblackgirl:

foodthatlookslikeiggyazalea:

Iggy Azalea and kraft singles

That pack of kraft cheese got more singles than she do tho.



I’m offended that the cheese in the photo is American. The US has fucked up a lot of times, but Iggy Azalea is Australian, thankyouverymuch.
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empress-of-derp:

onlyblackgirl:

foodthatlookslikeiggyazalea:

Iggy Azalea and kraft singles

That pack of kraft cheese got more singles than she do tho.

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I’m offended that the cheese in the photo is American. The US has fucked up a lot of times, but Iggy Azalea is Australian, thankyouverymuch.

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jessehimself:

naturee-feels:
My uncle on the left just turned 73 and his father is 96.

That dude is 73??????
Black does not crack AT ALL

jessehimself:

naturee-feels:

My uncle on the left just turned 73 and his father is 96.

That dude is 73??????

Black does not crack AT ALL

If “bass” insinuates a thick bottom, and “treble” insinuates a thinner bottom, then my ass is clearly on mute.

sixpenceee:

hippywhippy:

I think sixpenceee might like this— it’s not paranormal or anything, just really creepy. My music teacher played it to the class in 9th grade and only a few of us were able to listen to it all the way through, and that was with difficulty.

I can see why!

WARNING: This is a video about the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It’s pretty graphic. You’ve been warned.

I’ve recently discovered a piece of music called “Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima”. Listening to it compelled me to do some armchair research into the actual bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Holy shit.

People right under the blast were immediately carbonized. If they didn’t just vanish into thin air, they were transformed into human-shaped piles of pencil lead. Holy shit.

Also, this dude survived both bombings. He was working in Hiroshima, and after the bombing there he went home…to Nagasaki. Holy shit.

Holy fucking shit.

Honestly, there’s no other words that can adequately describe my reaction to this knowledge. There’s also anger and resentment that this is never covered in American public schools, at least not in my experience. This is one of those tidbits of American history that they want to keep away from us. Y’know what I mean?

And then you have the American soldiers who actually dropped the bomb. You have the soldiers who had no idea what was going to happen and had no idea what sort of damage would occur, and you can see something in their eyes as they talk about it. I can’t imagine what sort of guilt and trauma they endured after this.

And then there’s that Paul Tibbits guy who’s like “I don’t give a damn, at least the war ended.” He still freaks me out, but I can’t help but wonder if that’s his coping mechanism. It’s possible that he deals with his connection to the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of civilians by turning his emotions off. It’s not forgivable, but it’s a possibility.

I’m just so mad that we never learn about this in depth. Imagine how much inhuman shit could have been avoided if stuff like this was discussed in schools. Or if slavery was discussed in further detail outside of “black people had to pick cotton and it made them sad”.

I’m outraged and resentful. And although my mom wasn’t even born at the time of these bombings and being a black American exposes me to my own experiences of oppression, I’m also ashamed of my nationality to learn of stuff like this. Just the fact that I was born and mostly raised in a country where this was considered a “necessary evil”. Nah, man. This is just evil.

And I consider myself a pretty well-rounded and well-educated individual, but the fact that I never knew the US occupied Japan after WW2 until ten minutes ago pisses me off.

zayrn:

there’s literally no point in teaching girls to be body positive if you only use men’s opinions for validation like “boys like girls with curves” nah get that the fuck out of here

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Dear girls who suffer from white boy thirst

cinabonjovi:

No matter how cute or nice he is if he calls you any type of flavor that you use in your coffee then you need to cut that shit quick fr

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solthree:

my relationship with dw is weird, i don’t want to care but i feel sad that i don’t care, i say i don’t care but deep down i still care??? i don’t even know

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