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Young and Gay: Jamaica’s Gully Queens (Full Length)

Black pathology is big business. Two-thirds of teenage mothers are white, two-thirds of welfare recipients are white and white youth commit most of the crime in this country.

Ishmael Reed

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E-40 - Tell Me When To Go
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00sjams:

Tell Me When To Go | E-40 (ft. Keak da Sneak)

Reblog with Your Desktop (no Cleaning)

starfighting:

platypoid:

the-great-mighty-dick:

babufuli:

thats-real-effin-nito:

sickhypnotik:

bootyghost:

spaceratradio:

mavenmemnon:

hobbittastic:

atomicbritt:

chao-one:

ohcorny:

megasonger:

pocketabortions:

crimewave420:

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lmfao if your desktop isnt as clean as your soul like mine

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I’m League garbage don’t touch me

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i bought so many sims games man 

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ffart noises what did you expect

imagedamn idk im pretty clean

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stewberts:

bold what applies to you

Appearance:

  • i have blonde hair and green eyes
  • i have red hair and hazel eyes
  • i’m very tall
  • my hair is really curly
  • i have brown hair and blue or green eyes
  • i have freckles
  • i have black hair and brown eyes
  • i have dimple/s
  • i wear contact lenses 
  • i tan easily
  • i have small eyelashes
  • i paint my nails

Clothes / Accessory / Make-up:

  • i hate wearing flip-flops
  • i don’t have converse
  • i wear foundation every day
  • i have stretch marks / tattoos
  • i love wearing head bands
  • i hate wearing mascara
  • i have at least one pair of vans
  • i hate sweaters
  • i love wearing high heels
  • i own brown eyeliner 
  • i love skirts/dresses
  • i own at least 3 pairs of jeans
  • i often wear scarfs
  • i never wear necklaces

Family / Country:

  • i’m the oldest child
  • i have an older brother
  • i’m from South America
  • i know how to swear in more than two languages
  • one (or more) of my parents is from another country
  • i have a younger sister
  • i have siblings that live in Asia
  • i’m an orphan
  • i have family that live in Australia
  • i know two or more languages

School / Job:

  • i’m in high school
  • i love history
  • i have/had a teacher that is great in explaining and actually teaching
  • i got fired
  • i know what i want to do in the future
  • i don’t do an extracurricular activity 
  • i learn more than one language 
  • i love math
  • i already have a job
  • my grades are almost never excellent/very good
  • i want to go to college
  • i want to be professional athlete / writer / artist

I have:

  • broken a bone
  • ridden a motorcycle
  • a best friend
  • a favorite song
  • sung in the shower
  • punched / slapped somebody
  • told somebody they are pretty
  • my own room
  • a star crush
  • pets
  • kissed a girl
  • online best friends
  • spent whole night without sleeping
  • girlfriend / boyfriend

I’m afraid of:

  • insects /snakes
  • people disliking me
  • somebody yelling at me
  • somebody finding out a secret about me
  • my favorite character dying
  • stormy weather
  • death
  • having to talk in front of people
  • heights
  • pain
  • kissing somebody 
  • small rooms

I love:

  • sci-fi
  • sleeping until 12pm
  • fluffy blankets
  • animals
  • swimming / diving
  • watching movies
  • channing tatum
  • pizza
  • hot chocolate
  • running
  • baking / cooking
  • harry potter
  • cold showers
  • my hair
  • my wardrobe
pityfucksandtablescraps:

Sleepy #me
zodiacmind:

Fun facts about your sign here

zodiacmind:

Fun facts about your sign here

Appreciate black women 2K14 
deepblueseawhales:

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nishimikan:

why did being a weeaboo become acceptable again
(applies to all you weebs making jokes about “senpai” and “kouhai” and calling each other ___-kun or ___-sama or whatecer)
but japanese use english as a joke!: english has been used as a tool of colonisation and oppression, placed in the hands of white colonisers. after having bombs dropped on civilian cities and japanese-american diaspora being interned we should have the right to make fun of america sometimes.
but it’s out of appreciation!: if you appreciate a culture you’re not part of you don’t make fun of it
but it’s just an anime stereotype!: anime’s japanese media made for japanese people and if you make fun of anime’s language use in this way you’re making fun of japanese culture
but i’m learning japanese!: then speak it in full sentences
but (japanese person i know) says it’s okay!: that’s all fine and dandy but that doesn’t make the feelings of me or other people, including my family, just go away
i just want some culture of my own, i don’t feel like i have any: culture is literally what happens when humans interact with each other, if you’ve ever been in contact with another human being then you have a weird sort of culture. the fact that you can read this means you have culture. culture’s kind of like accents in that way
if you want to take part in japanese culture go to a festival held by japanese people (if you cosplay there i will find your bed and put breadcrumbs in it each night), read books, learn the language. just be respectful about it, culture is the way people live, not a plaything 
good resource blog for this kind of thing: thisisnotjapan.tumblr.com

nishimikan:

why did being a weeaboo become acceptable again

(applies to all you weebs making jokes about “senpai” and “kouhai” and calling each other ___-kun or ___-sama or whatecer)

but japanese use english as a joke!: english has been used as a tool of colonisation and oppression, placed in the hands of white colonisers. after having bombs dropped on civilian cities and japanese-american diaspora being interned we should have the right to make fun of america sometimes.

but it’s out of appreciation!: if you appreciate a culture you’re not part of you don’t make fun of it

but it’s just an anime stereotype!: anime’s japanese media made for japanese people and if you make fun of anime’s language use in this way you’re making fun of japanese culture

but i’m learning japanese!: then speak it in full sentences

but (japanese person i know) says it’s okay!: that’s all fine and dandy but that doesn’t make the feelings of me or other people, including my family, just go away

i just want some culture of my own, i don’t feel like i have any: culture is literally what happens when humans interact with each other, if you’ve ever been in contact with another human being then you have a weird sort of culture. the fact that you can read this means you have culture. culture’s kind of like accents in that way

if you want to take part in japanese culture go to a festival held by japanese people (if you cosplay there i will find your bed and put breadcrumbs in it each night), read books, learn the language. just be respectful about it, culture is the way people live, not a plaything 

good resource blog for this kind of thing: thisisnotjapan.tumblr.com