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marthemacabre:

reckless-emotions:

gaylucifer:

Sometimes I forget that people on the Internet are actually real people. Like the guy scanning your bananas at Walmart could be the guy who sends you anon hate.

damn you banana man

WHERE’s the banana guy?….

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marthemacabre:

heithel:

fannibleh:

uobyugit:

not my family bitch

why am i crying

“Stay away of my territory”

THERE’S THE BANANA GUY

marthemacabre:

heithel:

fannibleh:

uobyugit:

not my family bitch

why am i crying

“Stay away of my territory”

THERE’S THE BANANA GUY

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thorsockrock:

This is the first and only selfie people will probably ever see from me here (grawr I haaaaaate taking pics and also my faec), but I’m doing it for a very simple reason: I finally cut off my dreadslocks!
Look, fellow white people with dreadlocks, I get it, I do. I had my hair in dreadlocks for… seven years. They started near my ears and grew all the way down to my butt. We then cut them to around my chin and they grew to a little past my shoulder before they were cut this past weekend. That’s seven long years of cultural appropriation. A little more than six of which I didn’t even know they were appropriation. Yeah, I grew attached to them. I liked the way I looked in them. Finally I was happy with my hair (I have several cowlicks I hate dealing with). Even people who didn’t know me would stop me and tell me “that’s just so you” echoing the sentiments of people I was close to. I like to think they were clean (yes, I shampooed mine and washed them regularly), but they were still appropriation. It was forcing my hair into a style that isn’t natural to it while ignorant of the roots and history of locs. Heck, I even started off in the typically disgusting way: my friend did one with glue in my hair.
I cut off my locs; you can, too. Do the right thing today.

thorsockrock:

This is the first and only selfie people will probably ever see from me here (grawr I haaaaaate taking pics and also my faec), but I’m doing it for a very simple reason: I finally cut off my dreadslocks!

Look, fellow white people with dreadlocks, I get it, I do. I had my hair in dreadlocks for… seven years. They started near my ears and grew all the way down to my butt. We then cut them to around my chin and they grew to a little past my shoulder before they were cut this past weekend. That’s seven long years of cultural appropriation. A little more than six of which I didn’t even know they were appropriation. Yeah, I grew attached to them. I liked the way I looked in them. Finally I was happy with my hair (I have several cowlicks I hate dealing with). Even people who didn’t know me would stop me and tell me “that’s just so you” echoing the sentiments of people I was close to. I like to think they were clean (yes, I shampooed mine and washed them regularly), but they were still appropriation. It was forcing my hair into a style that isn’t natural to it while ignorant of the roots and history of locs. Heck, I even started off in the typically disgusting way: my friend did one with glue in my hair.

I cut off my locs; you can, too. Do the right thing today.

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can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

i scrolled down for an explanation and there wasn’t one but i think i’m ok with that

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angry90slesbian:

THIS IS MY FAVORITE TWITTER INTERACTION OF ALL TIME

angry90slesbian:

THIS IS MY FAVORITE TWITTER INTERACTION OF ALL TIME

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gang0fwolves:

tastefullyoffensive:

Makeup Transformations (Part One)

Previously: Office Safari

LMAO @ Lupita’s brother

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fuckyeahlaughters:

idbha:
So this is the status of a hot 20 year old jock that I know.

fuckyeahlaughters:

idbha:

So this is the status of a hot 20 year old jock that I know.

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titytwochainz:

white people be like he was a thug he deserved to die meanwhile every major white serial killer got due process, a fan club, and a major movie made of they life

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