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October 24 2017

honeybottledrip:

honeybottledrip:

i….don’t know anyone named todd in real life. like ive never actually met a todd. where are they

new cryptid of 2016: todd

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October 18 2017

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amesantiagos:

I don’t know why you have an issue with this, Rosa was happy to comply.

October 17 2017

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systlin:

love-order-chaos-repeat:

Damn he came for their lives 😂

Holy shit I just witnessed Colin murder the entire movie industry. 

October 16 2017

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juliadorable:

me @ everyone

thecolorofafandom:

hellhoundearring:

I walk this lonely road. in my bag, i have a giant toad

Don’t know where it goes, but it’s only me and this giant toad

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soih:

tate-iyohiwin:

iweon:

A very beautiful image of these smiley blackfoot. It seemed everything was alright…

Photograph by Mary T. S. Schaffer in 1907.

I just love how humanizing this is, it’s the first time I’ve seen us not depicted as the stoic archetype of this period

Pictured here are Sampson, Frances Louise, and Leah Beaver who actually were very close friends with the photographer and were regular subjects of her work. It’s amazing what happens when you view us as people rather than museum objects - you capture us as people, as friends, as lovers, as parents rather than the stoic image of genocide and colonialism in-progress. 

If you’re interested in learning more about female photographers and how they aided in representing native peoples through positive representation and ethical photography, I would suggest reading “Trading Gazes.” Mary T.S. Schaffer and other influential female photographers, and friends, of native peoples are given some much-needed recognition in this book while also discussing the white woman’s place in our genocide and colonization. 

October 15 2017

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klavlav:

hey everybody, check out these lesbian witch cats at my local rescue

bardsona:

nothing is funnier to me than the universal phenomenon of people telling stories of classmates who wronged them years prior but addressing those people by like, their entire name every time. as if they’re an old nemesis whose name hasn’t been uttered in thousands of years. people will recall to you in excruciating detail that time in the third grade that fuckin katie hughes pushed them off the swing during recess and you’d swear by the vigor and hatred in their eyes that this katie hughes girl is still out there to this very day, still tormenting other helpless people her age, still pushing them off of swingsets, and that she will never, ever be forgiven for the particular atrocity that she committed on that playground all those years ago

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onlyblackgirl:

vickythepixie:

shit son

The vegans are having a heart attack in the notes.

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queenoftheimps:

burntcopper:

…I’m not seeing anything wrong, per se.

this was great, but the part that’s killing me is Netflix’s follow-up

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rachsolo:

it’s quiet uptown || parks and recreation

October 09 2017

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the-real-eye-to-see:

Proud to see this

October 07 2017

nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

when you make a joke and someone tells you “that’s not very nice”

image

sashayed:

listen………not to be dramatic but Vine was the greatest narrative innovation since the written word & getting rid of it is a crime

viola-davis:

if you ever feel bad about having no friends just remember how many fakes are around james cameron. “yeah man, everyone wants FOUR more avatar movies, just do your thing”… like.. i’d rather be alone 

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