72 Degrees in the shade.
The Animated Self Portrait
tumblr you can keep your glorified nostalgia about the wild thornberries and tony hawk’s pro skater and getting to hold the flea-ridden stuffed lion during the d.a.r.e program and what have you because THIS right here. now THIS was the essence of the 90s
YOU’LL CALL NOW
oh man it took me literally 2 seconds of this video to remember exactly how the rest of it went
I hated this commercial. Turns out I still hate it.
OH MY GOD THIS DAMN COMMERCIAL
I CAN’T FUCKING STOP LAUGHING its as awful as i remembered it
i cant quite explain this commercial and how it came back to me like
i couldnt remember the exact words by heart but. everything they said chimed in my head like a song i’d heard a long time ago. it was almost rhythmic, buried deep in my memory. it was probably the most bizarre way ive ever remembered something.
Existing while Black is not a crime.
NMOS Rally 2k14
Union Square, NYC
I am so thirsty for emotional and physical intimacy with someone
I want to nuzzle their neck and lay entwined on my bed and lazily kiss their lips and make them food and get to know every single curve and contour they have
I want to touch someone with my finger tips and make them feel loved
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My sister and I just put a bet on how long Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross’s marriage will last. She says 9-12 months (“the average Hollywood marriage” according to her) and I say 13-18 months. If one of us ends up right, the loser owes the winner a Patron drink.
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Diandra, did I ever tell you about the woman with disturbingly short toes?
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[image text] Rose decided not to have kids. No worries, Rose. Motherhood is a choice and your decision does not make you any less of a woman!
Anonymous said: I love the Sioux and I want to come and live with them one day, love from England. :)
Thanks, but you might be in for a rude awakening. The true name of the ‘Sioux’ are the Oceti Sakowin (Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota) and they’re located on reservations throughout North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, Montana, and in cities all over the U.S. Reservation life isn’t for the faint of heart. They are cultural strongholds and good people live there, but there’s also high levels of poverty and crime. We don’t live in tipis anymore either, although we camp out in them sometimes. Any romanticized notions quickly dissipate…
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