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liquorsexandtattoos:

Think about how fast he snitched tho




yup-that-exists:

Suit Pyjamas
Made famous by Barney Stinson from show How I Met Your Mother, these suit pyjamas actually exist and are for sale! Although they may look like something you wouldn’t want to wear to bed, they are actually made from a silk/cotton blend that is 100% breathable and comfy. Guaranteed to boost awesomeness!
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yup-that-exists:

Suit Pyjamas

Made famous by Barney Stinson from show How I Met Your Mother, these suit pyjamas actually exist and are for sale! Although they may look like something you wouldn’t want to wear to bed, they are actually made from a silk/cotton blend that is 100% breathable and comfy. Guaranteed to boost awesomeness!

BUY IT HERE



younggiftedblaq:

mydamnchannel:

DO IT FOR THE VINE ELMO!

I died a little this was so cute.


june2734:

Disney’s Walking Dead

by Kasami-Sensei


brookeeverdeen:

chumpybump:

This guy is such a fucking tool and totally ruined this for me

READ THE BOOK

  1. READ THE BOOK
  • READ THE BOOK

READ THE FUCKING BOOK


whitepeopleofficial:

Me reblogging this is my contribution to earth day





Mungo Thomson - Negative Space (2006)



“Equality means everyone gets exactly the same outcome without regard to individual differences, which, in turn, ignores various starting points on the socioeconomic ladder due to circumstance or institutions like white supremacy and patriarchy. Equity, on the other hand, means everyone gets the same quality of outcome, and therefore it requires proactively rectifying issues of circumstance and institutionalized inequality in the manner, as Marx would say, from each according to their ability, to each according to their need.”
— Equality vs. Equity | AmericaWakieWakie

Equality means everyone gets exactly the same outcome without regard to individual differences, which, in turn, ignores various starting points on the socioeconomic ladder due to circumstance or institutions like white supremacy and patriarchy. Equity, on the other hand, means everyone gets the same quality of outcome, and therefore it requires proactively rectifying issues of circumstance and institutionalized inequality in the manner, as Marx would say, from each according to their ability, to each according to their need.”

Equality vs. Equity | AmericaWakieWakie