"Maybe It's just college..." <--- Lie

coca-cola-anne:

You may not be able to see your own beauty or love yourself but one day, someone will. You have only lived such a small part of yourself, you will never know what the future brings. So, keep going. Hold on. You are never alone. ♥

almightysempai:

adriofthedead:

ittygittydiddynator:

balls-deep-in-idjits:

notyouraverageloser:

rah-b-loved:

inkyblacknight:

paradoxsocks:

ihavemjolnirinmypants:

withoutapresspass:

cyborglovesong:

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UNITEDSTATESCANADAMEXICOPANAMALKFHDSHFSDKJCNOIDSUHFISUFN:SD

I AM GOING TO MAKE LEARNING THIS THE OBJECT OF MY LIFE.

I always lose it at Cota Rica. 

I ALREADY KNOW THIS BY HEART

United States, Canada,
Mexico, Panama,
Haiti, Jamaica, Peru;
Republic Dominican,
Cuba, Carribean,
Greenland, El Salvador too.
Puerto Rico, Columbia,
Venezuela,
Honduras, Guyana, and still;
Guatemala, Bolivia,
then Argentina,
and Ecuador, Chile, Brazil.
Costa Rica, Belize,
Nicaragua, Bermuda,
Bahamas, Tobago, San Juan;
Paraguay, Uruguay,
Suriname, and
French Guiana, Barbados, and Guam.
Norway, and Sweden,
and Iceland, and Finland,
and Germany now one piece;
Switzerland, Austria,
Czechoslovakia,
Italy, Turkey, and Greece.
Poland, Romania,
Scotland, Albania,
Ireland, Russia, Oman;
Bulgaria, Saudi Arabia,
Hungary,
Cyprus, Iraq, and Iran.
There’s Syria, Lebanon,
Israel, Jordan,
both Yemens, Kuwait, and Bahrain,
the Netherlands, Luxembourg,
Belgium, and Portugal,
France, England, Denmark, and Spain.
India, Pakistan,
Burma, Afghanistan,
Thailand, Nepal, and Bhutan;
Kampuchea, Malaysia,
then Bangladesh, Asia,
and China, Korea, Japan.
Mongolia, Laos,
and Tibet, Indonesia,
the Philippine Islands, Taiwan;
Sri Lanka, New Guinea,
Sumatra, New Zealand,
then Borneo, and Vietnam.
Tunisia, Morocco,
Uganda, Angola,
Zimbabwe, Djibouti, Botswana;
Mozambique, Zambia,
Swaziland, Gambia,
Guinea, Algeria, Ghana.
Burundi, Lesotho,
and Malawi, Togo,
The Spanish Sahara is gone;
Niger, Nigeria,
Chad, and Liberia,
Egypt, Benin, and Gabon.
Tanzania, Somalia,
Kenya, and Mali,
Sierra Leone, and Algier;
Dahomey, Namibia,
Senegal, Libya,
Cameroon, Congo, Zaire.
Ethiopia, Guinea_
Bissau, Madagascar,
Rwanda, Mahore[?], and Cayman;
Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi,
Qatar, Yugoslavia,
Crete, Mauritania,
then Transylvania,
Monaco, Liechtenstein,
Malta, and Palestine,
Fiji, Australia, Sudan!

Omg thank u

THIS IS MY 17,000TH POST FOR A REASON

I learned this song all by myself last year, and I bought a world map and I sing to it while I point out the countries. BOO-YEAH

I will reblog this, every time it’s on my dash.

Fun fact! Rob Paulsen (Yakko’s voice actor) still knows this song by heart and will sing it when asked.

HIS NAME IS ROBERT PAULSEN

Just &ldquo;Friends&rdquo;

Just “Friends”

For once, I actually wish I didn’t have to say our relationship is “complicated”.

We’re “friends” right?

But we miss each other….

….And the words “I love you” still linger on the edge of our lips like that last drop of water….

Yet it’s almost as if it’s not allowed to fall for it would be useless. Though water is a promise to hydration it is not enough to save us from our thirst. That one drop…

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chasingdreamsasiscream:


eleven49pm:

psychiatral:

Written by an 8th grader

WHAT THE FUCK THIS IS AMAZING

I’m blown away, wow.

chasingdreamsasiscream:

eleven49pm:

psychiatral:

Written by an 8th grader

WHAT THE FUCK THIS IS AMAZING

I’m blown away, wow.

mbaliflower:

 

Stay away from lovers who only want you in parts,

Legs open. Mouth closed. 

Beauty-full. Mind empty.

Silence is a good look on you…

No wonder your smile is their favorite feature.

Beware of them. 

Of lovers who love your lips but loathe your voice

Their kisses come with possibilities of cutting your tongue away.

.

- neha ray, Letters to my Sisters

So&#8230;. I was going to wait until Valentine&#8217;s day, but I&#8217;m really bad at keeping exciting news for a long amount of time!
I&#8217;m having a baby! A little version of meeeee!

So…. I was going to wait until Valentine’s day, but I’m really bad at keeping exciting news for a long amount of time!

I’m having a baby! A little version of meeeee!

al-the-stuff-i-like:

arr-pirate:

friendly-fyres:

 i found you a nicely apt description of what the fucking friendzone is

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THIS COMIC IS PERFECTION

youngblackandvegan:

white people still out here dumb enough to think they freed the slaves

that black people were just happy little slaves

and it was the benevolent white person that decided to free black people

smh

y’all really are sociopathic if you don’t think that black people had a hand in their own destiny

and that if it wasn’t for black people sacrificing their lives for freedom

white people wouldn’t have even realized how disgusting slavery was

out here still thinking Lincoln freed the slaves

smh

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To “those” commentators

Might I just say, If people commented in real life how they did on the internet with anonymous posts, population would drop…. dramatically. If you know you’d have the snot beat out of you in real life for saying it, why harass someone online?

quads-for-the-gods:

bottlesofnerdfightingelephants:

damnoosa:

nessthebeautifulmess:

Powerful & creative imagery

the food and education made me sad.

I have always been fascinated by these ‘world of 100 people’ things, I remember spending hours thinking through the ones on a poster at church when I was 9 or so. It really, really makes some really important stuff so blindingly clear, in numbers we can understand. And it should, I hope it does, inspire us to act. 

Amazing post.

(Source: iraffiruse)

knowledgeequalsblackpower:

A man had recently purchased some property in Barboursville, West Virginia and was curious to explore it. He invited his brother along to show him around. While out on his newly acquired property, a man who owned property adjacent to it thought they were trying to break into a building he mistakenly thought was on his property and, without warning or confrontation, shot both men dead.

Police say after they arrested Rodney Bruce Black and charged him with two counts of first degree murder he told them he killed the men for breaking and entering a building on his property, which turned out to be on the victim’s property and was rightfully the victim’s to look through.

Police say they are “baffled” as to why Black chose to murder the men without even attempting to contact police or ask them what they were doing. Instead, he grabbed his rifle and calmly shot both of them before they even knew he was there.

“He shot first and then called 911,” Sheriff Tom McComas said. “He said they were breaking into his house but it wasn’t his property.”

The two victims, identified as brothers Garrick and Carl Hopkins, died at the scene.

Making the already senseless crime even more so, Black admitted to police that he didn’t believe there was anything of value in the shed he saw the two victims looking into. Apparently, it was just out of principle that he decided to grab his gun and play judge, jury, and executioner.

After his arrest, police found a large cache of guns and ammo in Black’s house. While the shooter was white and both victims were black, police say they are not looking at race as a motive in the killings. It’s of course difficult to prove what was going on in Black’s head at the time of the killings, and harder still to prove that in court, but this case is part of a larger trend of black people being mistakenly (or in this case, intentionally) shot by white people because they are perceived as threats.

A highly publicized police shooting in Charlotte, N.C. started when a black man who had crashed his car went to a house looking for help but was perceived to be an intruder. The home owner called 911, not to report the crash, but to report a possible break in. The man was eventually shot to death by a white police officer responding to the call. Was the home owner racist? Not necessarily. But was his or her experience shaded by preconceived notions about black men? Certainly.

In a case in Florida, a man who was getting gas next to a car full of black teenagers ended up firing eight shots into their vehicle because he “thought” he saw a shotgun being aimed at him. He killed one of the boys. When police searched the vehicle no guns were found. Despite that, the shooter claimed self-defense in court.

Cases like these highlight what many African Americans already know. It can be dangerous just being black around people who are on edge. It’s for this reason that many black parents have to teach their kids to be extra accommodating in high stress situations. No sudden movements around cops. Be overly friendly. Hands where the officer can see them at all times. It’s often times a matter of life and death.

Again, it’s impossible to say whether this particular shooter was racially biased or simply generally violent. Would he have shot two white men looking into a shed? We will never know.

Hopkins was planning on building a home for he and his wife in the next few weeks. Both victims leave behind children.

I had deja vu, but this story isn’t old… It’s new. … it’s just the same shit keeps happening over and over again. 

(Source: satanic-capitalist)

Motherhood Whirlwind&hellip;.

Motherhood Whirlwind….

As I sit here, staring into the night/early morning, I think that there is much to be happy about. I mean between giving life and starting a new chapter of my own, there is much to be proud of. But then when you look around you and see how alone you’ve…

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Chillin with my bestie. 4 years and forever counting. So hot!

Chillin with my bestie. 4 years and forever counting. So hot!

you can’t make homes out of human beings
someone should have already told you that
and if he wants to leave
then let him leave
you are terrifying
and strange and beautiful
something not everyone knows how to love.

motherfrogger:

runningtowards:

midwife-in-the-making:

Truly Amazing Facts About Babies
With a new one born every few seconds, babies keep the world going ‘round. However, they have more to teach us than originally thought. Check out these  truly amazing facts about babies that will have you pondering the miracle of life and looking at your own kids a little differently.
Amazing Facts About Newborns
These amazing facts about babies occur from birth to a few months in.
No Kneecaps&#160;: On birth, babies do not have kneecaps. Rather they have a structure of cartilage that resembles kneecaps. They usually don’t develop them fully until after six months. Most seen on babies who “army crawl” instead of doing it on all fours.
May Babies Are The Heaviest&#160;: One would think that January sees the heaviest babies given all the holiday eating but this is untrue. May is actually the month that sees the heaviest babies born. Usually about an average of 200 grams heavier than any other month.
They Can’t Cry&#160;: They can scream and holler for what they want or need, but newborns can’t technically cry. Tears can’t actually be created or released until about three weeks in. However, in some cases, it isn’t unusual for babies to shed their first tears until four or five months.
They Have More Bones&#160;: When babies are born, they have 300 bones. Adults have 206. Bones fuse together during growth to come up with the new number.
Birthmarks Are The Rule, Not Exception&#160;: If your newborn has a birthmark or other abnormality, this is actually normal. Around 80% of all babies are born with some form. The most common include stork bites and port wine stains.
Newborns Can Hear As Well As You&#160;: They will startle at just about anything. Not because it is louder or softer, but because it is new. Smell is also advanced at this age.
Eyesight Isn’t Much Worse, Either&#160;: According to BabyCenter, a newborn’s eyesight is just about as good as an adult’s. However, their brains aren’t able to process information as well and usually start out at about eight to 15 inches of range.
A Turned Head Means A Full Belly&#160;: Your newborn didn’t just see something interesting. If he or she turns her head at a spoonful of food, it is because they are full. This is also where shaking your head “no” comes from.
Mama Is Number One&#160;: It only takes a few weeks in before a baby can visually distinguish between his or her mother and other adults. The constant sounds and sights are soothing to the child and are missed when gone. However, the voice and smell of the mother can be recognized from birth.
Smile Time&#160;: A baby is typically capable of their first non-gassy smile at only one month old. Try engaging them with funny faces or voices to see if they are ready. If unsure about a smile, repeat the gag as necessary.
What A Load&#160;: The heaviest baby ever born was a boy who weighed 22 pounds, eight ounces. He was born in Italy in 1955. To summarize, it isn’t highly unusual for a one year old baby to weigh 22 pounds.
Don’t Throw Out the Breast Milk&#160;: According to this article from Associated Content, breast milk can be good for adults too. If you can stomach the taste along with the knowledge of where it came from, the milk may be of use for combating serious diseases.
Source:http://onlinenursepractitionerschools.com/40-truly-amazing-facts-about-babies/

Everyone is re logging this and totally not acknowledging 22 pound baby! Like OH HELLLLLL NO.

My vagina sealed itself shut when I read that I think.

motherfrogger:

runningtowards:

midwife-in-the-making:

Truly Amazing Facts About Babies

With a new one born every few seconds, babies keep the world going ‘round. However, they have more to teach us than originally thought. Check out these  truly amazing facts about babies that will have you pondering the miracle of life and looking at your own kids a little differently.

Amazing Facts About Newborns

These amazing facts about babies occur from birth to a few months in.

  1. No Kneecaps : On birth, babies do not have kneecaps. Rather they have a structure of cartilage that resembles kneecaps. They usually don’t develop them fully until after six months. Most seen on babies who “army crawl” instead of doing it on all fours.
  2. May Babies Are The Heaviest : One would think that January sees the heaviest babies given all the holiday eating but this is untrue. May is actually the month that sees the heaviest babies born. Usually about an average of 200 grams heavier than any other month.
  3. They Can’t Cry : They can scream and holler for what they want or need, but newborns can’t technically cry. Tears can’t actually be created or released until about three weeks in. However, in some cases, it isn’t unusual for babies to shed their first tears until four or five months.
  4. They Have More Bones : When babies are born, they have 300 bones. Adults have 206. Bones fuse together during growth to come up with the new number.
  5. Birthmarks Are The Rule, Not Exception : If your newborn has a birthmark or other abnormality, this is actually normal. Around 80% of all babies are born with some form. The most common include stork bites and port wine stains.
  6. Newborns Can Hear As Well As You : They will startle at just about anything. Not because it is louder or softer, but because it is new. Smell is also advanced at this age.
  7. Eyesight Isn’t Much Worse, Either : According to BabyCenter, a newborn’s eyesight is just about as good as an adult’s. However, their brains aren’t able to process information as well and usually start out at about eight to 15 inches of range.
  8. A Turned Head Means A Full Belly : Your newborn didn’t just see something interesting. If he or she turns her head at a spoonful of food, it is because they are full. This is also where shaking your head “no” comes from.
  9. Mama Is Number One : It only takes a few weeks in before a baby can visually distinguish between his or her mother and other adults. The constant sounds and sights are soothing to the child and are missed when gone. However, the voice and smell of the mother can be recognized from birth.
  10. Smile Time : A baby is typically capable of their first non-gassy smile at only one month old. Try engaging them with funny faces or voices to see if they are ready. If unsure about a smile, repeat the gag as necessary.
  11. What A Load : The heaviest baby ever born was a boy who weighed 22 pounds, eight ounces. He was born in Italy in 1955. To summarize, it isn’t highly unusual for a one year old baby to weigh 22 pounds.
  12. Don’t Throw Out the Breast Milk : According to this article from Associated Content, breast milk can be good for adults too. If you can stomach the taste along with the knowledge of where it came from, the milk may be of use for combating serious diseases.

Source:http://onlinenursepractitionerschools.com/40-truly-amazing-facts-about-babies/

Everyone is re logging this and totally not acknowledging 22 pound baby! Like OH HELLLLLL NO.

My vagina sealed itself shut when I read that I think.