lustrous-thing:

goldenxpvssy:

bricesander:

Me on the phone.

When my mom keeps talking about nothing

Classy and Sassy xo

lustrous-thing:

goldenxpvssy:

bricesander:

Me on the phone.

When my mom keeps talking about nothing

Classy and Sassy xo

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Tibetan Monks living in exile in India flew to Ferguson to show support for Mike Brown and community.

(via colonelhathi)

Bangles hold different meanings according to their color. Some regions have specific bangles associated with their local traditions, and there is a more general color code for bangles as well. Red bangles symbolize energy, blue bangles symbolize wisdom and purple symbolizes independence. Green stands for luck or marriage and yellow is for happiness. Orange bangles mean success, white ones mean new beginnings and black ones mean power. Silver bangles mean strength, while gold bangles mean fortune.

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kheirafghanistan:

Man Praying

by Richard Vogel

A man prays outside Eid Gah, the largest mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan. Built in 1893, Eid Gah’s ceremonial square is a popular location for large gatherings and celebrations.

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gothhabibti:

Celebrities that are Zionists:

Scarlett Johansson
Natalie Portman
Barbara Streisand
Joan Rivers
Adam Sandler
Ben Stiller
Donald Trump
Gene Simmons
Hugh Jackman
Jay Leno
Madonna
Naomi Watts
Sarah Jessica Parker

So basically don’t reblog or support their ugly racist asses

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Please forgive me if I don’t talk much at times. It’s loud enough in my head.

ummatii:

An honest friendship is one in which even after weeks of not speaking, things are still the same whenever you choose to speak. I don’t see the obsession with talking to people every single day online or over text just to call yourselves friends. If you don’t talk to me for a while, I’m not going to assume you don’t want to be friends.

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themindislimitless:

OH MY GOD. I’m looking at Yelp reviews of places and there’s this Indian restaurant and there’s a white woman’s review that asks why the “crepe” (her picture shows it’s a dosa, the menu lists it as a dosa) is so “crispy” and why there’s stuffing in the middle. Oh my GOD.

White ppl pls.

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