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29th August 2014

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✌️finally understand what these two mean by just friends who understand how this friendship works. #SoulsIntwine #TheQueen #TheGod #FKATwigsPlays #JheneandChildishTypeHippies #LetYourSoulSail #PinkToes #FlowerChildren #WTH

✌️finally understand what these two mean by just friends who understand how this friendship works. #SoulsIntwine #TheQueen #TheGod #FKATwigsPlays #JheneandChildishTypeHippies #LetYourSoulSail #PinkToes #FlowerChildren #WTH

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24th August 2014

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Apparently there’s a “no characters” rule at work & I’ve been warned not to wear shirts with anything on em again. 😂😂 THANK GOD this is my last full week at this place. It’s about time I move on. 


OH! And did I mention there’s a canary on the loose in here! 😳 y’all know I’m scary 😩😩😩 Jesus don’t let it get me!!! #CountdownTil9pm

Apparently there’s a “no characters” rule at work & I’ve been warned not to wear shirts with anything on em again. 😂😂 THANK GOD this is my last full week at this place. It’s about time I move on.


OH! And did I mention there’s a canary on the loose in here! 😳 y’all know I’m scary 😩😩😩 Jesus don’t let it get me!!! #CountdownTil9pm

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24th August 2014

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pinerosolanno:

Rihanna: Style Icon. Wild Child. Creature of the Night.

Rihanna in W… Trés Magnifique!

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19th August 2014

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19th August 2014

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yup, that’s me!

yup, that’s me!

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19th August 2014

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imaginasi0n:

1 shot stops you from reaching for his gun
10 shots stops you from telling your side of the story

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19th August 2014

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pimpcesssss:

huffingtonpost:

STYLIST WHO SPENDS EVERY SUNDAY CUTTING HAIR FOR HOMELESS: ‘EVERY HUMAN LIFE IS WORTH THE SAME’

Mark Bustos is a hair stylist at an upscale salon in New York City, but not all of his clientele have to be wealthy to get a quality trim. Sometimes, they don’t need a penny.

For more photos of Busto’s work and more about his inspirational story go here. 

that second man look like he needs to play in mad men

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19th August 2014

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chickynyc:

reality

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19th August 2014

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Increasingly…

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Too much?


pimpcesssss:

pimpcesssss:

lmao

I really said this 2 b

Too much?

pimpcesssss:

pimpcesssss:

lmao

I really said this 2 b

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19th August 2014

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Disney Dudes' D*cks: What Your Favorite Princes Look Like Naked →

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19th August 2014

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Basically

Basically

19th August 2014

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intensional:

this child is just like me when i get tickled 

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19th August 2014

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nsorommaglobal:

How To Go Home (a lie) | Nadijah Robinson
print images, acrylic, graphite, gel medium on wood, 22x18 in, 2014  
Artist Statement: 
"How To Go Home (a lie) is a fabrication of the successful realization of an impossible desire. "Home" remains an intangible place, an elusive image, idea, or feeling that remains in the past, if it ever existed at all. “Home” becomes a site of projections of deep desires for safety, escape, belonging, and where to find all that was lost or stolen. Using print images from old Life Magazines for their idyllic and nostalgic quality, the collage frequently breaks with reality and reveals its construction.”

nsorommaglobal:

How To Go Home (a lie) | Nadijah Robinson

print images, acrylic, graphite, gel medium on wood, 22x18 in, 2014  

Artist Statement: 

"How To Go Home (a lie) is a fabrication of the successful realization of an impossible desire. "Home" remains an intangible place, an elusive image, idea, or feeling that remains in the past, if it ever existed at all. “Home” becomes a site of projections of deep desires for safety, escape, belonging, and where to find all that was lost or stolen. Using print images from old Life Magazines for their idyllic and nostalgic quality, the collage frequently breaks with reality and reveals its construction.”

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