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I'm just a 25 year old Vet Tech student floundering around in the big world. I'm married to one of the most wonderful men in the world, getting amped to get a really huge dog, and probably one of the shyest internet people around.

designedtoseduce:

zessinna-saris:

Dark green georgette fabric with the white and yellow design throughout the sari. It’s absolutely beautiful, and perfect for a night out or any event. Maybe even try it with a corset! A dull yellow, or silver corset, or black, or a corset like mine! There is no blouse.

$10  + shipping

Please read how to pay, the shipping information, and the disclaimers. :)

*Corset not included*

You are a goddess! Teach me.

Hellooooooooooooooooooooo.

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notyourexrotic:

HP Goblet of Fire Headcanon: Beauxbatons was primarily a Muslim wizarding school.

(photo from livesandliesofwizards, which was the first thing I thought of when I ran into this passage while rereading the Harry Potter books)

(and yes I know the horses drink whisky, which is not exactly halal, sshhh)

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Tumblr VS Sourcing

datsweetberrypunch:

Art: *lacks a source*

Tumblr: SOURCE YOUR POSTS!!! SOURCE PLZ!!! YER TRASH IF YE DON’T SOURCE!!! *anon hate*

Information: *lacks a source*

Tumblr: OMG SO TRUE!!! THIS!!!

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wishmaker7:

birdghost:

irl-spain:

sentimentalslut:

people say ‘I love you’ in a lot of different ways

'eat something'

'buckle up'

'get some sleep'

'here have my fries'

'Im gonna draw you something'

'yeah i'll buy it for you'

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africaisdonesuffering:

africaisdonesuffering:

Women in Africa and the Diaspora: “Hungry Aba Gal”
Known for her long yarn braids and afro that touches the sun, Yagazie Ledi Francisca Emezi is an Igbo (Nigerian) and Tamil (Malaysian) artist born and raised in Aba, Nigeria. With two degrees in Cultural Anthropology and Africana Studies, she is dedicated to cultural preservation within the African community.
Yagazie is not only a talented artist and hairspiration for many women, but also a source of hope for those battling with an eating disorder. Openly sharing her battle with bulimia on her now defunct blog Hungry Aba Gal, Yagazie was able to bring light to an issue that is rarely addressed within African communities.
In whatever it is that she does, Yagazie freely expresses herself and her love for Africa. Rise Africa received the opportunity to interview Yagazie. Here’s what she had to say…

The Best of Rise Africa: From September 15th – September 21st we will be celebrating the most popular and appreciated posts that Rise Africa produced.
We’re still working tirelessly on our new platform, Ezibota.com, and developing the many resources and benefits that will be made available to our community through our new membership system, but we dedicate this week to appreciating the great content and conversations we enjoyed through Rise Africa and our collective community.
We welcome you to become a member and join this international network to connect with other young people using their skills, interests, and voices to diversify the African narrative.

africaisdonesuffering:

africaisdonesuffering:

Women in Africa and the Diaspora: “Hungry Aba Gal”

Known for her long yarn braids and afro that touches the sun, Yagazie Ledi Francisca Emezi is an Igbo (Nigerian) and Tamil (Malaysian) artist born and raised in Aba, Nigeria. With two degrees in Cultural Anthropology and Africana Studies, she is dedicated to cultural preservation within the African community.

Yagazie is not only a talented artist and hairspiration for many women, but also a source of hope for those battling with an eating disorder. Openly sharing her battle with bulimia on her now defunct blog Hungry Aba Gal, Yagazie was able to bring light to an issue that is rarely addressed within African communities.

In whatever it is that she does, Yagazie freely expresses herself and her love for Africa. Rise Africa received the opportunity to interview Yagazie. Here’s what she had to say…

The Best of Rise Africa: From September 15th – September 21st we will be celebrating the most popular and appreciated posts that Rise Africa produced.

We’re still working tirelessly on our new platform, Ezibota.com, and developing the many resources and benefits that will be made available to our community through our new membership system, but we dedicate this week to appreciating the great content and conversations we enjoyed through Rise Africa and our collective community.

We welcome you to become a member and join this international network to connect with other young people using their skills, interests, and voices to diversify the African narrative.

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asgardian-impala:

THIS IS THE SMOOTHEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN HTE FRICK

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"Bambi" (1942)

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lunargypsysong:

heidiblairmontag:

rebekahlynnlove:

fantasticallyweirdshit:

Single serving Comunion

jesus 2 go 

prepackaged and processed for your sins 

hello, do you hav a minute

lunargypsysong:

heidiblairmontag:

rebekahlynnlove:

fantasticallyweirdshit:

Single serving Comunion

jesus 2 go 

prepackaged and processed for your sins 

hello, do you hav a minute

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tellme-ninetails:

haleepls:

hold-a-lover-close:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

This is too deep to comprehend.

Stop it

Now she has to kill the rock.

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