blackfeminism:

do people say “bad neighborhood” for cities next to all-white high schools where the boys are getting high every day and raping girls? do they even say “bad neighborhood” for cities with large kkk meetings? or is bad neighborhood a strictly anti-black code?

megamintcat:

ryansealcrest:

does it come with butter pillows

is anyone reading that description 

n-ooky:

same

pleatedjeans:

via

darkwingsnark:

He was honestly the only normal character in the whole movie. 

okaymad:

"i don’t like garlic bread"image

thatfunnyblog:

You just know nobody is reblogging this for the dog

thehungryhungryemo:

squidsqueen:

dw:

when did we replace the word “said” with “was like”

When it occured to us that “said” implies a direct quote, while “was like” clarifies that you mean to communicate the person’s tone and general point without quoting them word for word.

Whoa

lindsaylohoean:

WHY DOES YOUR NOSE RUN AND YOUR FEET SMELL WHERE’S THE LOGIC

big-chicken:

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treerings-sing:

This is perfect.

paradisaic:

huffingtonpost:

HERE’S JUST HOW MUCH IT PAYS TO BE CONVENTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE

We’ve come to expect impossible, even improbable standards of beauty to populate our magazines and our television shows. It’s another thing entirely to find they’ve invaded our workplace.

Watch Vox’s full video to see the many other ways these unrealistic beauty standards effect where we work.

Keep in mind that health psychologists have found absolutely no correlation between conventional attractiveness and happiness.

Money and looks aren’t everything. They’re not much at all.