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svdexo:

briadior:

Reblog again & again

& again

coming out the womb: yas bitch you are giving me LIFE
10.21.14 ♥ 38313

opheliathyme:

thecutestofthecute:

BREAKING NEWS!! DOGS IN PAJAMAS I REPEAT, DOGS!! IN. PAJAMAS!!

My baby has the sleeper in the second to last pic. Dog ppl do too much lol

10.21.14 ♥ 84346

givememorgann:

All that melanin

10.15.14 ♥ 7765

another-concrete-r0se:

themindsetofimperfection:

afrogirlwonder:

Relevant

I’ve been waiting for someone to make this a gif

damn near 30 years ago and still relevant

10.13.14 ♥ 67762

Chantelle Winnie by Lance Gross

10.13.14 ♥ 22975

livingismyformofart:

thastargirl:

dmojones:

tayelchapo:

youngswishermane:

yuungjah:

chinnychinchinn:

tayelchapo:

man i miss this shit so fuckin much games used to be the shit

I thought people forgot about this shit.

omg

one of the best games ever

i miss the fuck outta this game man if you never played this you aint certified period

best believe i chose up on every new girl i could snatch

my childhood ;_; i always got Shawna bc she was hood af

I PLAYED THIS GAME SOO MUCH

fourex-:

spoopydarnni:

cumleak:

also i saw this on the unicef twitter page and thought id share

PSA ok

The second person diagnosed with Ebola is a nurse in dallas.

10.12.14 ♥ 138095

thinksquad:

Seattle joins a growing number of cities officially recognizing Native American history

Columbus Day will now be known as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Seattle.

The Seattle City Council on Monday unanimously approved the re-designation, which acknowledges that Native Americans were living in North America well before Christopher Columbus “discovered America” in the 15th century, Reuters reports.

The change, which will go into effect before the Oct. 13 holiday this year, marks the second major city in the U.S. to officially re-designate the day, after Minneapolis’ vote in April. (Though the city of Berkeley, Calif., ceased observation of Columbus Day in 1992.)

The change faced some opposition from some members of Seattle’s Italian-American community, who view the day as a celebration of their cultural heritage (Columbus hailed from Genoa, Italy).

The Seattle School Board voted last week to observe Indigenous Peoples’ Day and Columbus Day on the same day in public schools.

http://time.com/3476651/seattle-indigenous-peoples-day/

10.08.14 ♥ 24365
Roam if you must, but come home when you’ve seen enough.

— (Atmosphere)

09.24.14 ♥ 26017