tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

parkingstrange:

xoheart-on-her-sleeve:

sassy-satan666:

unmutekurloz:

raspberryskittles:

dion-thesocialist:

isn’t there a part of the bible where god gets mad at a fig tree for not having any figs on it and curses the fig tree?

yeah there legit is that’s 100% true

Yes.

Oh my god

last time we reblogged this we got anon hate from the christian community. You guys really are passionate about your figs.

aaropostle:

Remember when Katy Perry found a loaded gun in Rihanna’s purse during the VMA’s.

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lol

qirlunderyou:

when you’re high af at a family dinner and your parents are asking what you’ve been doing all day

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democraticnonsense:

A cruise along the streets of Chennai—or Silicon Valley—filled with professional young Indian men and women, reveals the new face of India. In the twenty-first century, Indians have acquired a new kind of global visibility, one of rapid economic advancement and, in the information technology industry, spectacular prowess. In this book, C. J. Fuller and Haripriya Narasimhan examine one particularly striking group who have taken part in this development: Tamil Brahmans—a formerly traditional, rural, high-caste elite who have transformed themselves into a new middle-class caste in India, the United States, and elsewhere.

Fuller and Narasimhan offer one of the most comprehensive looks at Tamil Brahmans around the world to date. They examine Brahman migration from rural to urban areas, more recent transnational migration, and how the Brahman way of life has translated to both Indian cities and American suburbs. They look at modern education and the new employment opportunities afforded by engineering and IT. They examine how Sanskritic Hinduism and traditional music and dance have shaped Tamil Brahmans’ particular middle-class sensibilities and how middle-class status is related to the changing position of women. Above all, they explore the complex relationship between class and caste systems and the ways in which hierarchy has persisted in modernized India.

Can’t wait to read this one!

lol omg

@ladygaga: #IceBucketChallenge #ALS #SharePainShowCompassion I nominate Adele, Michael Rapino, Vincent Herbert, and Arthur Fogel #RichPeople

shaman-music:

unsuccessfulmetalbenders:

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DAPHNE WHO THE FUCK U THINK U FOOLIN 

fred finna tear it up in the basement

henrrywinter:

entelecheia — in the philosophy of Aristotle, the condition of a thing whose essence is fully realized [x]

 (notbecauseofvictories)

sixpenceee:

"Nestled in the hidden valleys of Shikoku, Japan, is the village of Nagoro. Its remote location has led its residents to leave for big cities in search for work. With not even a local store, there’s little reason for immigration, so as residents die there is no one left to fill their void. Nagoro is slowly shrinking.

Eleven years ago, Ayano Tsukimi returned to her home in Nagoro. Confronted with constant departures, she has populated the village with dolls, each representing a former villager. Around 350 of the giant dolls now reside in and around Nagoro, replacing those that died or abandoned the village years ago.”

Does anyone else think this is a horror movie waiting to happen?

Anyway you can watch the documentary behind this here

choculabeats:

Röyksopp & Robyn “Monument” (Music Video)

thisismoko:

Its coming up to 3 years ago when I was rocking this look, this is how I use do my hair when I was studing English Literature in London at Goldsmith’s uni before I started performing as Moko.

I was serving up black feminist realness all day everyday..<3