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nolifejustanime:

thats-not-a-toilet:

xadorkablemarinax:

asexualmew:

benepla:

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

Okay, so,
Maggie is Pikachu from PokemonLisa is Mikasa from SNKBart is Naruto from NarutoHomer is Zoro from One PieceMarge is Rangiku from BleachWho is Santa’s Little Helper suppose to be?

Haku from Spirited Away

the simpsons are fucking weeaboos

i love it

nolifejustanime:

thats-not-a-toilet:

xadorkablemarinax:

asexualmew:

benepla:

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

Okay, so,

Maggie is Pikachu from Pokemon
Lisa is Mikasa from SNK
Bart is Naruto from Naruto
Homer is Zoro from One Piece
Marge is Rangiku from Bleach

Who is Santa’s Little Helper suppose to be?

Haku from Spirited Away

the simpsons are fucking weeaboos

i love it

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“Talmboutsom”
— Also known as, “talking about some.” Acts as verbal quotation marks when someone is repeating what another said (via blkproverbs)

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dynamicafrica:

"I always thought that by the time I put out a third album, I would want to come back to natural hair and natural makeup," she told me. "I thought, I will shock the world again and just be more toned down. I thought that would be more shocking than to keep on doing exactly what they had already seen."

- Nicki Minaj for GQ Magazine November 2014.

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sashaalexanderisalesbianatheart:

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ellenlovesportia:

Ellen talking a about foods from the 50s

HAHAHAHAHAHHA

I FUCKING LOVE HER. I JUST LOVE HER.

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“Because I can tell you for a fact, I know many black women who are loud and ratchet and wear weaves. I know black women who are attending law school and choose to wear their hair naturally. I know black women who are single mothers, working multiple jobs in order to support their families. I know black women who are shy and introverted and listen to alternative music. I know Claire Huxtables and Olivia Popes. I know Nene Leakes and Sweet Browns. And the one thing that they all have in common is that they all deserved to be loved.”

Excerpt from  RE: BLACK MEN DON’T LIKE BLACK WOMEN (via bellecosby)

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spaghetticunt:

this is creepy as fuck, I’ll take 14

spaghetticunt:

this is creepy as fuck, I’ll take 14

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notinmyyard:

Last week in Princeton.

sarrahhsmillee-deactivated20141 said: So I was just wondering why it's not okay for white girls to have Bantu knots or baby bangs, but it's okay for girls of color to have long blonde straight hair? It just seems like double standards to me. Shouldn't fashion be available for whoever wants express themselves in whatever way they choose?

black—lamb:

sarrahhsmillee:

sarrahhsmillee:

black--lamb:

why is it ok for white people to define the standards of beauty, but whenever a black women even begins to love her natural hair it’s considered “exclusive” or “cocky”?

why is it called “ghetto” or “ratchet” whenever i embrace styles natural to my culture but it’s “classy” and “alternative” when a white girl in Vogue does it?

why is “being black” a phase for white people (who then can always go back to being white again and still receive the benefits of their privilege) but it’s something i need to tone down in order to get a job?

why is it that i have/still get denied access into public places because of my natural hair and skin color?

why is it that a black boy with a hoodie is considered “dangerous” when a white boy with a gun is called “emotionally unstable”?

why is it that we must never forget the atrocities of the Holocaust or Pearl Harbor but i’m supposed to get over the effects of slavery?

why is it ok for white people to talk about their 1/3 German, 1/4 French, etc roots, but the rest of us are “immigrants” who need to “go back where we came from”?

why is it that Ebola has been killing brown people for years, but it’s suddenly curable when someone with white skin contracts it?

basically white people will spend so much time worried about stupid shit like why they cant use other cultures as fashion or why they cant say the n word…

So go ahead and rock your box braids..nobody is stopping you..the rest of us will be busy dodging the system of oppression that’s forced upon us every single day…It just seems like double standards to me. 

but i mean shouldn’t basic human rights be available for everyone???

This is why I asked the question. I guess baby bangs isn’t a term, not sure what you call it then… I was just trying to get out the point that anyone should be able to wear something without it being a race thing. I honestly was just wondering. I didn’t mean “PoC” can’t have blonde hair naturally, but can’t “white” girls have kinky hair? Still being a little one sided in the answer…. Especially since I’m just asking about hair. I know “PoC” have been discriminated and hated, I know it’s rough, but it is beside the fact on this simple subject of hair…… Didn’t mean to offend anyone, just curious.

Pretty sure I never called someone ghetto or ratchet either…..

You gave your idea of a double standard therefore I presented mine. The hair subject is just the surface.. And if you didn’t see where I was coming from then there’s no point in tryin to drill it into your head. What? You wanted a different answer? One more sugar coated so that you aren’t uncomfortable? Congrats on not calling people ratchet.. But you don’t get an award for treating people of color like humans.