parents: "schools easy" me: "can you help me on this homework problem" parents: "idk that shit its hard lmao"
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heterophobianca: straight couple: *make out in public at random intervals in weird places* straight couple: *grabs each other’s asses in public* straight couple: *are not in any way inconspicuous about the fact that they are feeling each other up in public* gay couple: *holds hands in public* straight people: that is VILE and it is CORRUPTING my entire FAMILY. my grandmother is crying. my children have all shit their pants at the same time. WHO WILL THINK OF THE CHILDREN homophobic people* (via alidannikane)

heterophobianca:

straight couple: *make out in public at random intervals in weird places*
straight couple: *grabs each other’s asses in public*
straight couple: *are not in any way inconspicuous about the fact that they are feeling each other up in public*
gay couple: *holds hands in public*
straight people: that is VILE and it is CORRUPTING my entire FAMILY. my grandmother is crying. my children have all shit their pants at the same time. WHO WILL THINK OF THE CHILDREN

homophobic people*

(via alidannikane)

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If you’re not black, you cannot: glovesinthesummertime: problackgirl: thegirlwithcaramelskin: Say nigga Be a part of the natural hair movement. 3. Tell my black ass what I should and should not be offended about. 4. Jump in on every tumblr post made for black people and say all people. Nobody was talking to you. Stay in your socks and sandals lane.   I’m going to disagre with #3. I live in Jamaica. People don’t identify me as black, and people still make a big deal about my hair because it’s too curly, so it doesn’t “look professional” and I am told that I “need it to be straight and neat” if I don’t want to cut it. While I am male, I see non-black females (with my hair type) flat-ironing their hair to suit the same Eurocentric standards that members of the natural hair movement have a problem with. They don’t want to, but societal pressure forces them to, in the same way that I see it forcing black girls to do the same thing. Low-cut hair is only a strict standard for black males and other males with curly hair. If your hair is straight enough, no-one cares whether it is grown or low cut. (via callmesandie)

If you’re not black, you cannot:

glovesinthesummertime:

problackgirl:

thegirlwithcaramelskin:

  1. Say nigga
  2. Be a part of the natural hair movement.

3. Tell my black ass what I should and should not be offended about.

4. Jump in on every tumblr post made for black people and say all people. Nobody was talking to you. Stay in your socks and sandals lane.  

I’m going to disagre with #3. I live in Jamaica. People don’t identify me as black, and people still make a big deal about my hair because it’s too curly, so it doesn’t “look professional” and I am told that I “need it to be straight and neat” if I don’t want to cut it. While I am male, I see non-black females (with my hair type) flat-ironing their hair to suit the same Eurocentric standards that members of the natural hair movement have a problem with. They don’t want to, but societal pressure forces them to, in the same way that I see it forcing black girls to do the same thing. Low-cut hair is only a strict standard for black males and other males with curly hair. If your hair is straight enough, no-one cares whether it is grown or low cut.

(via callmesandie)

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did-you-kno:

Wal-Mart de Mexico paid employees in part with vouchers only redeemable at Wal-Mart.
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awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Ernest Hemingway and Fidel Castro
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did-you-kno:

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Siggon: The world is going to sit by as hundreds of thousands of civilians get slaughtered by a professional military. Amanda: That's normal. Siggon: It shouldn't be.
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