lavenderblues:

MBTI most accurate descriptions

commanderspock:

woolfhammer

ESTP: super attractive physically but it’s all downhill from there. never quite know what they’re going to do next but you can probably bet it will be irresponsible. somehow still lovable.

ESTJ: loud, logical, and get shit done — they are the warrior…

oh my god meltdowns and lots of naps yes

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I don’t want to go to Walmart tomorrow to get more food (because it feels like I was JUST THERE) but on the other hand, what will I do with myself if I don’t 

like, I may as well be productive rather than make Boyfriend drag me places

This looks like it’s in New Orleans!

This looks like it’s in New Orleans!

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ok but for real who on Tumblr is actually going to give away a working DSLR unless the giveaway was actually sponsored by Canon

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womanistgamergirl:

sourcedumal:

daniellemertina:

That’s something I literally can’t get over. How plantations aren’t viewed as sites of genocide and as representative of some of the most extreme evil humanity has ever done. 

You can visit a plantation and they won’t even talk about slavery. It’s common to get married on plantations.

Being a Californian this was all very off-putting to me when I visited Georgia. I love Black people and Black culture in the South but it’s still the South. 

I dont think I could ever step foot in ine without bawling my eyes out. I know I would feel the ancestors spirits the moment I got near.

When I was in elementary school we took a field trip to a plantation. I don’t know if that’s something schools still do but it was looked at as a completely normal thing to do. I still get chills when I think about it.

For those visiting NOLA who want to know more about plantations, Evergreen Plantation has preserved their original slave cabins.  Their tour talks about the slaves who lived there, what their lives were like, and how the plantations shaped Louisiana.  

One of my professors got kicked out of the Oak Alley plantation for asking the tour guides repeatedly about the slaves who had lived there.

highbrowandbeard:

THIS IS MY NEW FAVOURITE LINE

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Anonymous said: yo! I have $20 i'm standing in front of a KFC and a fucking Church's chicken... I'm the mood for chicken, Which place should i head into?

cosbyykidd:

You need to love yourself and drive to Popeyes.

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reverseracist:

tokomon:

these vine celebs get criticised for their homophobic actions/behaviours rather than racist ones because homophobia affects white people too while racism does not so it’s easier to get a rise/exposure/backlash from white people because let’s face it whites don’t care about racism and that’s the tea.

*burns my tongue drinking it*

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