What's on my mind

drunktrophywife:

dennys:

"It’s a metaphor, see. You put the bacon thing right between your teeth, but you don’t give it the…um…well, you eat it, actually, ‘cause it’s there and you’re nearly tasting it. So it’s not a metaphor. Um. I have no idea where I was going with that. Want some bacon?"

I’m deleting

(via jesuschristvevo)

phlynn:

remember when people choked on cinnamon to entertain the internet

(via pizza)

I Hate It When People Post This Picture

teddythemonster:

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and think that there was EVER a period in time when they respected us.

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for every other reason

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besides saggy pants!!

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oh nah… keep listening to people who preach self hate because the world respects THE FUCK out of black people in a suit and tie.

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no matter what you do, say or dress like they’ll continue to do shit like

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there’s no such thing as black empowerment while still shaming black people.

This is so sad.

(via king-changjo)

religiousmom:

butnotfreeman:

religiousmom:

the cigarette thing in the fault in our stars is so dumb you are wasting your money on an industry that is one of the largest causes of cancer just so you can make some lame ass far fetched metaphor

NO YOU ARE INCORRECT AND CLOSE MINDED ON SO MANY LEVELS

are you suggesting that it is close minded to say that cigarettes are a leading cause of cancer

(via jesuschristvevo)

exotos:

so this white kid in my class came up to me and asked me to borrow a ruler. He took it without looking at it and he came back a few minutes later and said “I’m not really comfortable with using this.”

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(Source: exotos, via twistedseoul)

jtotheizzoe:

generalelectric:

If Earth’s water were drained into a single drop, it would measure about 950 miles in diameter. Roughly three percent is fresh water, and just one-third of that is easily accessible. Meeting the growing need for water is a critical challenge. Many countries rely on desalination to produce fresh water, but current techniques are typically energy-intensive, using enough energy globally to power nearly seven million homes. That’s why today GE is launching an open innovation challenge to improve the energy efficiency of water desalination. Find out more about the challenge here. GIF by Julian Glander and based on data from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

GE you put that water back right now, you hear me? We need that.