reblog if you want anonymous opinions of you

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4 days ago // 928,515 notes

irenigg:

metrogoon:

If you’d rather go to a club than a museum, you deserve to be unhappy.

museum? what the fuck is in a museum? they got bitches in museums? alive bitches?

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mathvevo:

Hippo don’t care, Hippo got things to do, Hippo got places to be

geotan:

grawly:

hanukkahlewinsky:

i love when old people figure out how to do something on a computer that’s actually really simple but to them it’s like 

image

wwhere is grambnda going???? help her

goodbye grandma

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4 days ago // 121,111 notes

oh-godno:

ramavatarama:

waywardvagabondslilcousin:

a woman has twins and gives them up for adoption

one of them goes to a family in egypt and is named amal the other goes to a family in spain they name him juan

years later juan sends a picture of himself to his birth mother. upon receiving the picture she tells her husband that she wishes she also had a picture of amal

he responds “theyre twins if youve seen juan youve seen amal”

NOOOOOOOO

I DONT GET IT????

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4 days ago // 274,712 notes

unclefather:

you want a man with a strong jawline so you have a sturdy place to sit

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4 days ago // 196,416 notes
humansofnewyork:

"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?""Just because you admire someone, doesn’t mean you have to try to be like them.""Who’s someone you admired that you tried to be like?""For a few weeks I was wearing the same brands as this skater named Kevin Bradley. And some of my friends were making fun of me for it. They were like: ‘Why are you neckin’ Kevin Bradley?’ And I thought about it, and I realized that it was stupid to try to be like someone else. Because I’m cool enough myself."
humansofnewyork:

"I’ve been working my whole life to make the word ‘organic’ mean something. I lobbied for 20 years. I was hopeful when the National Organic Program was instituted in 2000. I saw an early version of the bill, two months before it was passed, and I’m telling you— it was awesome. But they gutted it. By the time they got done with it, 142 synthetics were lawfully permitted in the growing of ‘organic’ food."