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unclefather:

Hey if you’re not good at math (like I am) and taking an algebra class and have trouble computing and all of that complicated stuff I wanted to show you that there is a calculator for everything! Add links as you find them!

For anyone that needs it!

dynastylnoire:

franzeillaise:

funimationentertainment:

funimationentertainment:

i tried to find a dupe for atomic bc im not paying $30 for a lipgloss and i found this etsy store and im just heart eyes emoji. also the store is called fiercemagenta!!!

heres a link for clickin: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FierceMagenta

yo, some of my peeps NEED this

BRUH

I’m head over heels about Isadora’s Pink Pashmina lipstick but there’s no way I’m ordering it from Sweden without playing a pretty penny for it.

Anyone know where or how to get it in the U.S.?

http://www.isadora.com/global/products/?lang=en&searchfield=Pink+pashmina

trust-me-im-satan:

when people start getting close to your friends

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sidnugget:

when did i get this fat

Since I was 15 days old and my Tia started giving me jugo de avena 😂

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Anonymous said: I want to be a sugar skull for halloween but people say it's racist :( should I do it?

ohhwendypeffercorn:

pllcloset:

ughhhhhhhhhhhhh this topic irritates me so much. “cultural appropriation” is a load of crap. it’s like saying people shouldn’t celebrate halloween because it came from the celts, i don’t see what’s wrong with celebrating another person’s culture if you’re not being discriminatory or offensive in the way you celebrate it. if we didn’t celebrate other people’s cultures, we wouldn’t celebrate st patricks day, we wouldn’t celebrate halloween or mardi gras or people wouldn’t go to the rio carnival to celebrate and people wouldn’t eat foods like chinese, japanese or thai! it’s not racist at all, some people really need to learn the definition of racism before they “preach” or even learn that sugar skulls are not strictly in mexican culture, they are used in european countries too to celebrate all soul’s day. now it would be a completely different if you painted yourself in black paint and said you were a coloured person for halloween, but i don’t see the fuss about celebrating the mexican culture (and others) if you educate yourself and not consider it just as a costume for halloween, but know that it is a part of somebody’s culture

"It would be different if you painted your face black and said you were a COLOURED person"

Instant unfollow.

By this response I’m assuming you’re white therfore you have no right to speak on behalf of people of color that have experienced all sorts of things that you’ll never have to thanks to a thing called white privilege. You’ll never understand the things that people of color go thru so when you get questions like this in the future please redirect them to someone that actually knows what they’re talking about.

"I didn’t exchange any bodily fluids with anyone, so I’m not worried about it. I’m much more likely to be mistakenly killed by a police officer in this country than to be killed by Ebola, even if you were in the same bridal shop."

- Peter Pattakos, a 36-year-old attorney living in Cleveland, who visited a local bridal shop on the same day as one of the Dallas nurses infected with Ebola.  (via micdotcom)

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sistermaryfake:

krxs10:

but it’s not about race right?

Woah

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