all of my yes, some of my no, and the derp in between
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ittybittynymphette:

marauders4evr:

Alright, folks.

I know that some of you are heading off to college.

And you’re nervous.

So let me answer one question that you’re all thinking about and spare you some awkwardness and embarrassment:

You do not need to ask to use the bathroom in college.

You do not need to ask to use the bathroom in college.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO ASK TO USE THE BATHROOM IN COLLEGE.

That is all.

You can also just get up and leave and no one will bat an eye

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naturalhairdaily:

What a doll! Thanks for sharing @imani_coco

naturalhairdaily:

What a doll! Thanks for sharing @imani_coco

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thefemaleyeezy:

dollsofbeauty:

perfect-blackgirls:

yarrahs-life:

Really don’t understand how ppl don’t see beauty in dark skin. I’m not ever trying to change someone’s preference, bc being blind is unfortunate, and I understand. I personally think and have always thought, dark skin was more attractive. It looks better on women and men. There is really just something truly magical about the way light hits it, from any angle. But yeah I’ve never been on this trying to force ppl to accept it. First of all, bc it’s desperate… And secondly, bc it’s just so clearly beautiful. It’s so clearly gorgeous across ethnicities. It’s so obvious.

omg shes gorg

Dolls

wow

thefemaleyeezy:

dollsofbeauty:

perfect-blackgirls:

yarrahs-life:

Really don’t understand how ppl don’t see beauty in dark skin. I’m not ever trying to change someone’s preference, bc being blind is unfortunate, and I understand. I personally think and have always thought, dark skin was more attractive. It looks better on women and men. There is really just something truly magical about the way light hits it, from any angle. But yeah I’ve never been on this trying to force ppl to accept it. First of all, bc it’s desperate… And secondly, bc it’s just so clearly beautiful. It’s so clearly gorgeous across ethnicities. It’s so obvious.

omg shes gorg

Dolls

wow

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Sometimes you have to move on without certain people. If they’re meant to be in your life, they’ll catch up.

samanta-m:

yesterday

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dynamicafrica:

Frankly Pan Afrikan - A Brief Discussion on Being a Black non-South African African in South Africa.

Xenophobia is one of those hugely concerning issues in South Africa that too often gets swept under the rug. Whilst the media does report the appalling violent crimes that are committed against African foreigners in the country in the name of prejudice and discrimination, however, an ongoing conversation about these issues is largely nonexistent. Negative stereotypes propagated by politicians, the media and ordinary citizens often go unchallenged due to the blissful state of ignorance surrounding xenophobia. As Ben from Tanzania confirms, “I don’t think South Africans care much about what happens up and beyond their borders”.

That is why this conversation is both necessary and important.

Here, five African professionals hailing from various parts of the continent gather for a ‘Frankly Pan Afrikan’ discussion, detailing their experiences as non-South African Africans in the country.

Whilst I wish it were a little longer and more in-depth, many statements made by the participants stood out to me as they largely echoed my experience of living in South Africa both as an African foreigner, and more particularly a Nigeria. As my fellow Nigerian points out, being someone who’s grown up in multiple countries, as much as I’ve enjoyed and loved living in South Africa, one thing rings true - “I’ve never faced as much hostility as I have faced here in South Africa”. 

geekerrific:

cyberteeth:

Chimamamda Ngozi Adiche, We Should All Be Feminists

The most powerful thing anyone has ever said to me: “You deserve to take up space.” 

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jonn-lock:

They’re supposed to be the cat gang, but I’m not so sure anymore haha. But, I did these because I was suddenly inspired by a short animated film called “The Maker.” It’s on the creepy side, but  if you guys want to check out the film you can youtube it if you wish :3

I might make more of these.

Your fave is problematic: Potion Seller

sturmtruppen:

hero-of-canada:

  • Refuses to sell his strongest potions
  • Has no respect for knights
  • Is a rascal

god I’m so sick and tired of people shitting on Potion Seller and conveniently forgetting that

  • his potions are too strong for you traveler
  • you can’t handle his potions, they’re too strong for you
  • his potions would kill you traveler you can not handle them
  • why should he respect knights when his potions can do anything they can

I mean alright if you don’t like Potion Seller I get it, they’re not for everyone, and hell even I’ll admit that his strongest potions would kill a dragon, let alone a man, but nothing is stopping you from just going elsewhere for your potions, and finding a seller who sells weaker potions.

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tsabe:

72 Degrees in the shade.
The Animated Self Portrait 
T.S Abe

tsabe:

72 Degrees in the shade.

The Animated Self Portrait 

T.S Abe

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