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thisrabbitsgonemad:

I PUT BLUSH ON HER SHES AN ANGEL HOLY SHIT

thisrabbitsgonemad:

I PUT BLUSH ON HER SHES AN ANGEL HOLY SHIT

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charmory:

this is the most romantic thing i’ve seen all day

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badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista:

growthemedicine:

Kayapo portraits by Martin Schoeller (National Geographic - January 2014).

Chief Raoni, great leader for the Kayapo people (Brazil) and an activist for the protection of Mother Earth, appears in the last photo.

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holybazookas:

Bad cat

holybazookas:

Bad cat

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ethiopienne:

because queer black women make even snow look cute.

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onemultiplefandom:

bitchesaloud:

plot twist

THIS WAS THE CUTEST PLOT TWIST EVER

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"RPF has existed for as long as there have been celebrities. Any media ‘based on a true story!’ is RPF. Any historical fiction narrative that co-opts a real person or real group is RPF. Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar is RPF, and reflects reality just as accurately as the better and more lovingly, carefully written internet RPF of today: virtually not at all. The names remain - Julius Caesar, Mark Antony - as do certain simplified traits, the archetypal roles they play. In lieu of actual Julius Caesar and Actual Mark Antony, we get AU!Caesar and an AU!Antony in a simpler, more dramatic narrative."

V. Arrow, “Real Person(a) Fiction,” in Fic: Why Fanfiction is Taking Over the World  (via silencewhippersnapper)

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raggedypaperman:

raggedypaperman:

image

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havocados:

basedgaben:

My dad credits this as his favorite photo of me.
When I was younger, I was very socially anxious. I hated crowds, hated attention, hated being up on stage. In preschool there was this little Halloween show that we put on, and man, I did not want to do that shit, let me tell you. All those parents watching me sing some stupid song? Nah, that ain’t me.
But I was forced to, and I was pissed about it. My dad was in the audience, taking pictures and enjoying the show. In that moment, I swear, my tiny four year old was pure rage and resentment. I felt the word “fuck” years before I knew what it was.
My dad pointed the camera at me, and I turned, and I looked. I gave him the look that summed up all the anger, all the absolute fury that was brewing inside me. He says that he had never before seen such a perfect depiction of total and complete hatred. In his four year old son.
To this day whenever I get pissed, he calls me “Buzz Lightyear”.

I felt the word “fuck” years before I knew what it was.

havocados:

basedgaben:

My dad credits this as his favorite photo of me.

When I was younger, I was very socially anxious. I hated crowds, hated attention, hated being up on stage. In preschool there was this little Halloween show that we put on, and man, I did not want to do that shit, let me tell you. All those parents watching me sing some stupid song? Nah, that ain’t me.

But I was forced to, and I was pissed about it. My dad was in the audience, taking pictures and enjoying the show. In that moment, I swear, my tiny four year old was pure rage and resentment. I felt the word “fuck” years before I knew what it was.

My dad pointed the camera at me, and I turned, and I looked. I gave him the look that summed up all the anger, all the absolute fury that was brewing inside me. He says that he had never before seen such a perfect depiction of total and complete hatred. In his four year old son.

To this day whenever I get pissed, he calls me “Buzz Lightyear”.

I felt the word “fuck” years before I knew what it was.

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SIA – Chandelier (5,716 plays)

I’m gonna live like tomorrow doesn’t exist
I’m gonna fly like a bird through the night, feel my tears as they dry

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Jess Glynne – Right Here (17 plays)

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