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stargalaxyy:

those dimples….



FUCKKKKKKKK

stargalaxyy:

those dimples….

FUCKKKKKKKK

In my opinion Ellen pretends to be gay so she gets to kiss Bruno

Papa bear at age 22…me at age 22

Papa bear at age 22…me at age 22

loverhunterfighter:

And isn’t this sad? Selena has this affluence, awesome fan base, and basically an all-around badass, yet she still has to prove herself to a white woman, due to her racist, classist bullshit.

Excellent women of color in society are still expected to prove themselves to white women, just because their color holds that much power.

This is why mainstream and wholly-white centered feminism doesn’t appeal to women of color. Dividing our race from our gender only reinforces the oppressions of each even more.

(Source: jmeswilson, via nocheamarga)

helloheaven-yayo:

Lizzy Grant
shithotawkward:

punk-:


“I have two more questions for you,” I said.
No reply.
“Are you really Shia LaBeouf?”
The bag moved. I thought he was smiling. Then I looked at his eyes. They were red and watery.
“Can you give me a sign that you’re really Shia LaBeouf?”
And that’s when it happened: LaBeouf reached up and took the bag off his head. He looked miserable. I’m pretty sure he had been crying.
We sat there silently for a few seconds, staring at each other. And then I asked my second question.
“Can I take your picture?”
Nothing.
“I know I’m not allowed to, so I’d like to get your permission.”
Nothing.
“OK, I’m gonna to take it. You can stop me if you don’t want me to.”
Nothing.
So I raised my iPhone and snapped a photo of LaBeouf’s famous, unmasked face.

I Watched Shia LaBeouf Cry at His Weird LA Art Project #IAMSORRY

the primadonna life the rise and fall

shithotawkward:

punk-:

“I have two more questions for you,” I said.

No reply.

“Are you really Shia LaBeouf?”

The bag moved. I thought he was smiling. Then I looked at his eyes. They were red and watery.

“Can you give me a sign that you’re really Shia LaBeouf?”

And that’s when it happened: LaBeouf reached up and took the bag off his head. He looked miserable. I’m pretty sure he had been crying.

We sat there silently for a few seconds, staring at each other. And then I asked my second question.

“Can I take your picture?”

Nothing.

“I know I’m not allowed to, so I’d like to get your permission.”

Nothing.

“OK, I’m gonna to take it. You can stop me if you don’t want me to.”

Nothing.

So I raised my iPhone and snapped a photo of LaBeouf’s famous, unmasked face.

I Watched Shia LaBeouf Cry at His Weird LA Art Project #IAMSORRY

the primadonna life the rise and fall

(via nocheamarga)

crooked smile

crooked smile

Xochimilco, Mexico

Xochimilco, Mexico