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wingedcounsellor:

caseps:

michaxl:

nickiminajvevo:

can anyone make this transparent for me pls?

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im sorry i made an alternate version

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WHAT THE FUCK

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blue-eyed-hanji:

spookyram:

romanimperial:

whatsayyousir:

teatray-inthesky:

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forever reblog

ALWAYS REBLOG.

final image made it all worth it

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laughhard:

So my friend posted these business cards he now has on facebook

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averypottermormon:

0fmiceandmeep:

christiewalshillustration:

Jumping on the cute ghost bandwagon.

(He’s transparent!)

DRAG IT DRAG IT DRAG IT

THIS IS SO CUTE AHHH

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http://dragonatthedinnertable.tumblr.com/post/100572735221/acearosirius-nooffswitch-no-labels

acearosirius:

nooffswitch:

"No labels" rhetoric isolates people from their community, history and culture. It keeps people from being able to articulate themselves and ask for what they need.It promotes a false sense of unity that only serves to further the dominant classes in society….

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"To compare, think of any major sporting event that you DON’T partake in, be it the Superbowl, the World Series, March Madness or the Hockey Championships. Think of how much advertising goes into that—everywhere you look stores are selling something to do with the sport; jerseys, hats, ridiculous accessories, the supermarket is having sales on all the “game day essentials,” and you can’t turn on the TV for five minutes without having a Doritos ad featuring some beefed-up sports star or crazy amounts of advertising for the event itself. […]
Then there’s at least half a dozen people in your neighborhood hosting viewing parties, and about a million social media posts of people supporting their favorite team or tearing down their rivals. […]
By now I’m sure you have a pretty good picture of this in your mind, and by the time Superbowl Sunday, the World Series or the March Madness championship rolls around, you’re probably now remembering how annoyed you are with this particular sport and how much you just really, really want people to stop talking about it before you lock yourself in a dark, soundproof box just to get away from it all. That’s what it’s like to be alienated by culture, but as an asexual, I don’t just deal with this once a year on Superbowl Sunday. I deal with it every. single. day."

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librophilia:

stfu-voices:

A while ago, in Spanish class, I learned that apparently the Aztecs actually called themselves Mexica, and the Spaniards were the ones who gave them the name Aztec. It pisses me off so much that the name we remember is the fake one.

I never learned this. That’s fucked up.

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