sehuns-spoopy-ass-cheeks:

nasturbate:

heteroh:

meramon:

aradiab0t:

i heard people were shipping dandy/twisty

What the fuck

this is why jesus has yet to return

destroy everything

Log off pls

id rather have a flat chest then all this much boobage like fashion doesn’t want to make anything that will fit my chest 

"How About Now" by Drake

Leaked track off of “Views From The 6”

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How Song Minguk listens to music.

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I need to either talk to someone about my identity issues or shut up cuz really its in relations to any children id have like im 100% okay the way i am but imagine having some kids and they’re like hooyo mother im not a somali/ian. like mixed or not u better id with some of that side but it comes to building that connecting, sharing the stories, language etc etc but im not planning on marrying and ill adopt 2.7 kids so why am i stressing????

has anyone else seen the sun news interview on white privilege like they had one brown guys and three white dudes like no wonder he stormed out. my sister watching it and I was getting annoyed listening to the little bit i heard.

" Stop worrying about your identity and concern yourself with the people you care about, ideas that matter to you, beliefs you can stand by, tickets you can run on. Intelligent humans make those choices with their brain and hearts and they make them alone. The world does not deliver meaning to you. You have to make it meaningful…and decide what you want and need and must do. It’s a tough, unimaginably lonely and complicated way to be in the world. But that’s the deal: you have to live; you can’t live by slogans, dead ideas, clichés, or national flags. Finding an identity is easy. It’s the easy way out. "
by Zadie Smith, On Beauty  (via aminaabramovic)

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beyonslayed:

French person: salut comment ça va?
Me: why’d you kidnap Toussaint L’ouverture?????

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observant-person:

its weird how ive been called white/washed and agreed to it myself and now realizing I do not relate to most of the white experience like obviously not by race but culture.  like i dont even listen to that much indie rock its just the way i talk really. when watching girlhood i was like yes but i was the girl who got her money taken from her. like i get the girls but my teens was really pg. but then ppl tell me i have “black” moments when my speech changes and its like listen I grew up around black ppl and i spoke english at home so they both influence me like what do u want. 

this isnt a struggle or anything like that, like once i left high school its like who even cares. plus I am a little disconnected from my culture and im trying to fix that. 

its weird how ive been called white/washed and agreed to it myself and now realizing I do not relate to most of the white experience like obviously not by race but culture.  like i dont even listen to that much indie rock its just the way i talk really. when watching girlhood i was like yes but i was the girl who got her money taken from her. like i get the girls but my teens was really pg. but then ppl tell me i have “black” moments when my speech changes and its like listen I grew up around black ppl and i spoke english at home so they both influence me like what do u want. 

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The Scent of Green Papaya (Tran Anh Hung, 1993)

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cesaire:

I saw the poster for the first time IRL today after leaving my internship @ Porte Dauphine.

I can understand why ppl are surprised with the reaction with e/bola but if u lived in toron/to during the sars outbreak you’d remember how nasty ppl can get. 

unimpressed2chainz:

i miss joanna newsom

remember the guy who sang this on american idol. 

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