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21st September 2014

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21st September 2014

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superiorescalator:

please watch this vine

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21st September 2014

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heathened:privatebarb:amenpenis:

A threshold moment in human evolution

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#hey itunes instead of making all of us get the u2 album how about make a skip to nicki’s verse button  

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19th September 2014

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Some white people are so privileged, they expect sympathy for their guilt.
— (via smidgetz)

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19th September 2014

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labrownrecluse:

jopara:

judithbutthurt:

henriksaves:

that-kid-erin:

gotemcoach:

Don’t talk to me, or look at this website again until you watch this.

New York, forever.

This is just pure class and emotion. Even if you aren’t a Yankees fan(which I’m so not) if you’ve ever been a real fan of sports you need to watch this, cause you’ll feel it. 

I tried to watch this but my eyes were leaking.

I’m born and raised, tried and true, diehard Mets fan (when I was little I was raised to say that my two favorite teams were the Mets and whoever is playing the Yankees) and even I got goosebumps when I watched this

Why y’all do this to me now I’m an emotional mess at work.

:””’{

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16th September 2014

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Salvadoran Words & Slang →

bat-karma:

Ajolotado(a) - Said of persons displaying nervous, rushed, hyperactive behavior.

Achicar - To belittle or ridicule someone

Aguacatero - Said of a dog. A stray dog or one considered inferior or of mixed breed; a mutt.

Apiarse - A command to get down from a higher elevation,…

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15th September 2014

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thechocolatemermaid:

So true.

thechocolatemermaid:

So true.

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15th September 2014

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salvadoran-bean:

Sihuehuet — La Siguanaba

The Salvadoran legend of La Siguanaba says that the woman, originally called Sihuehuet (beautiful woman), was a peasant girl that ascended to queen using her charms (and a witch’s brew) to lure into marriage Tlaloc’s son, Yeisun, who was a Nahuatl prince. After marriage, when her husband went to war, she had affairs with other men, and Cipitio was the child of this relationship. Sihuehuet was a bad mother, neglecting her son, leaving him alone to meet her lovers. To inherit the throne she concocted a plot to use another magic potion to poison Yeisun during a festival, and so claim the throne for her lover. But the plan worked too well. Yeisun was converted in a savage giant monster with two heads, who ravaged the attendants to the palace’s feast. The guard struggled and defeated the creature, ending Yeisun’s life. When Tlaloc found out about this, he sought the help of the almighty god, Teotl whom condemned and cursed Sihuehuet: She would be called Sihuanaba (“hideous woman”); she would be beautiful at first sight, but she would turn into a horrible abomination after luring her victims to isolated gorges. She was forced to wander the countryside, appearing to men who travelled alone at night. She is supposed to be seen at night in the rivers of El Salvador, washing clothes and always looking for her son, Cipitio, who was also cursed by Teotl to remain a boy for eternity.

salvadoran-bean:

Sihuehuet — La Siguanaba

The Salvadoran legend of La Siguanaba says that the woman, originally called Sihuehuet (beautiful woman), was a peasant girl that ascended to queen using her charms (and a witch’s brew) to lure into marriage Tlaloc’s son, Yeisun, who was a Nahuatl prince. After marriage, when her husband went to war, she had affairs with other men, and Cipitio was the child of this relationship. Sihuehuet was a bad mother, neglecting her son, leaving him alone to meet her lovers. To inherit the throne she concocted a plot to use another magic potion to poison Yeisun during a festival, and so claim the throne for her lover. But the plan worked too well. Yeisun was converted in a savage giant monster with two heads, who ravaged the attendants to the palace’s feast. The guard struggled and defeated the creature, ending Yeisun’s life. When Tlaloc found out about this, he sought the help of the almighty god, Teotl whom condemned and cursed Sihuehuet: She would be called Sihuanaba (“hideous woman”); she would be beautiful at first sight, but she would turn into a horrible abomination after luring her victims to isolated gorges. She was forced to wander the countryside, appearing to men who travelled alone at night. She is supposed to be seen at night in the rivers of El Salvador, washing clothes and always looking for her son, Cipitio, who was also cursed by Teotl to remain a boy for eternity.

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14th September 2014

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monicalewinsky1996:

Trigger warning: Breakfast

Holy shit.

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13th September 2014

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thugprincesa:

I don’t give a fuck about cis white girls who don’t shave their armpits I’m here for black/latinx girls with dark coarse peach fuzz on they upper lip IM here for trans girls who don’t shave their beards and legs IM HERE FOR woc with back hair, side burns and face fuzz
As long as me and my sisters keep getting called gorillas for being brown and black and hairy I can’t be here for cis white girls with a strip of hair on their armpits

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