always go the extra mile to avoid doing something.

Abby, 17, NH. I have a thing for chubby guys, politics, writing, Community, Harry Potter, Sourcefed and delicious food.

"If I wanted the government in my uterus I would fill it with oil and hispanic voters!" -Britta Perry

When The Media Treats White Suspects And Killers Better Than Black Victicms.

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via The Huffington Post.

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sherlock-hannibal:

Gordon Ramsay doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge x

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gavinfree:

"athletes" who get C’s can get a full ride to college yet straight A students struggle ??????????????????????

justmargaret:

I hate this.
I hate this almost as much as I hate that Snicker’s street harassment video.
Like wow, you scared the shit out of these people, made them think that the more vulnerable of them was being abused and humiliated. And then you made them feel like idiots for reacting to something that they genuinely thought was horrifying.
I’ll never understand the appeal of pranks. Laughing at someone for reacting to a vulnerable situation will never be funny to me, and I don’t understand why the fuck other people think it is.

justmargaret:

I hate this.

I hate this almost as much as I hate that Snicker’s street harassment video.

Like wow, you scared the shit out of these people, made them think that the more vulnerable of them was being abused and humiliated. And then you made them feel like idiots for reacting to something that they genuinely thought was horrifying.

I’ll never understand the appeal of pranks. Laughing at someone for reacting to a vulnerable situation will never be funny to me, and I don’t understand why the fuck other people think it is.

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Anonymous said: One of the saddest and most hil- NO BITCH, the sad thing here is the fact that you're a stripper. If you want respect, maybe you should've graduated high school. 😂😂 when did stripping become a legitimate career?

stripperina:

Awww, you tried so hard, but unfortunately I can’t hear you over the sound of my debt-free college degree and massive disposable income.

tipsymaple:

I may not be a perfect person but at least I have never yelled at an employee in a store

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zwampert:

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen~!

zwampert:

You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen~!

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smurflewis:

colouredsounds97:

J.K Rowling added this to the series.

THANKS SATAN

smurflewis:

colouredsounds97:

J.K Rowling added this to the series.

THANKS SATAN

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There is absolutely, positively, without a doubt, a race problem in the western world.

Taylor Swift’s music video is not part of that problem.

peetadelrey:

In my personal opinion, as a black woman, this Taylor Swift outrage is beyond over the top.

This is not a Lily Allen/Miley Cyrus situation. Those two women EXCLUSIVELY used black women’s bodies as sexual objects. Their back up dancers were exclusively black women, and their only use was to be groped, shake their asses, etc.

Taylor has black women and POC dancing in all of the different segments. The dancers in the ‘twerking’ segment aren’t exclusively black women. The entire point of Taylor’s MV is clearly to showcase different, talented dancers while simultaneously poking fun at herself for being unable to do what they can do. It’s harmless, it’s tongue-in-cheek, and to equate her video to Lily Allen/Miley Cyrus’ seriously problematic/offensive music videos is too much and takes away from the discussion at hand.