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Alycia | Vegan | Fucktard | Body Modification Lover | Coffee Life



"As Long As I Have Hands, I Can Break Something."

simonsprocket:

ruinedchildhood:

Drive Through

Instructions unclear

constantijnvandenhoorn:

You can feel a chill

almostpanicking:

momofficial:

all four

all of the Panic! at the Disco albums in order

tarcaryen:

destroy this new idea that a woman can’t be strong if she cries over a man she’s lost. destroy the idea that you have to be cold and emotionally detached in order to be a strong woman

asian:

I have a frame picture up on my wall showing one of the dumbest anon question i have ever gotten

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"You’re not Asian because you weren’t born in Asia. I know this because I have an asian friend, and she’s from Asia."

foxandwhat:

littlefoxling:

fury-oh-sea:

um.

WHEN SHE WON HER BOYFRIEND SCALED THE TOWER TO JOIN HER AND SHE HUGS HIM AND SAYS “I DID IT” IN THE CUTEST LITTLE KID VOICE EVER it’s the best.

LET IT BE KNOWN SHE IS ONLY 5 FOOT TALL! MEN WITH HUGE ARM SPANS FAILED AT TASKS SHE SUCCEEDED AT! I LOVE HER! 

tidepooling:

when you want to look cute but don’t want to be harassed by men #justgirlythings

funkadelicsoul:

Black History Fact:…Have U Ever Heard of the “Muse Brothers”???

George and Willie Muse, albino brothers living in the rural South during the late 1800s, is stirring.
According to accounts, the brothers were kidnapped as boys, sold off to a local carnival sideshow and paraded around the country.
The brothers were tricked by a bounty hunter working for a sideshow promoter and taken away from their mother. The man told the brothers that their mother was dead.

The brothers learned to play guitar and mandolin, which became a feature of their act. Amazingly, they were never paid for their work and it was rumored they were sold among other promoters like slaves.

Lew Graham, a manager for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, marketed them as Eko and Iko, the “Ambassadors from Mars” discovered by spaceship wreckage in California’s Mojave Desert. The name would remain with them until they retired.
In 1927, the brothers were reunited with their mother, Harriet. The Ringling circus came to Roanoke and Mrs. Muse tracked down her boys. The reunion was bittersweet, however, as she couldn’t keep her sons from returning to the circus. Mrs. Muse fought for her sons and their freedom, enlisting the help of a local attorney to sue Ringling for back pay and for keeping the brothers in bondage.
Ultimately the lawyer won a settlement for the Muse brothers and from then on they were paid by the circus.
Missing the road, the Muse brothers rejoined Ringling and were able to earn enough money to buy their mother a home. Mrs. Muse died in 1943.
The Muse brothers continued to perform and as they reached towards the tail end of their performing life, they were reportedly happy.

The brothers, who never married, retired in 1961 and lived the rest of their lives in Roanoke, Va.
George, the eldest of the brothers, died in 1971. Willie lived until the age of 108, passing in 2001.

❝ A great fire burns within me, but no one stops to warm themselves at it, and passers-by only see a wisp of smoke. ❞

anh62950:

I pick him. I pick Larry." - Piper Chapman

I will reblog this EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.

merster98:

aidn:

lostincomaa:

how is this news

McLovin Jacks Off To Pictures Of Women, Is A Hero To All

Wtf

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