The best times to kiss a girl

abraesive:

When she’s babbling on about something. When you’re arguing. When you see her. When you’re with her. When you’re with your friends. When she cries. When shes happy. When she does something you love. After you ask her out. After she says she loves you. After you just kissed her. Before you leave. My point is, whenever you get the chance to kiss her, kiss her. It makes her feel loved. 

if you kiss me when we’re arguing i will punch you straight in the fucking jaw

*ahem* Yes, definitely NOT, maybe it depends, sure, umm kinda weird, YES, DOUBLE YES, Mmmhm, well if I say yes then sure, yup, well maybe, yeah why not, and not really I already feel loved but the kisses are appreciated when done at the right times.

bananagirlworld16:

okay but why don’t more people talk about Night at the Museum like

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poc characters and people being portrayed by poc people

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this movie is so good

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and it has one of the funniest, best, most ridiculous friendships in movie history

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and you have Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt I mean

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and if all that didn’t convince you there’s also a t-Rex skeleton that plays fetch with one of its own ribs

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THIS MOVIE

I was tagged my mrsjadecurtiss to post 5 things I like about myself publicly. Alright, I accept! :) 

1. I like that I’m a likable person. I haven’t met anyone who openly said they hated me, which is reassuring. (if you actually hate me just keep it to yourself, thank you)

2. My looks, mostly. I have off days where I get a little insecure about, you know, my nose or legs or the fact that I’m only 5 ft tall. But in the end, I like my body and I’m very comfortable in it.

3. My voice. I actually find it very pure and soothing. If I someday do a recording of my voice, I would show you. I guess my singing voice would go under here too.

4. My eye color. Hazel. I like the fact that it’s not just one color, it’s a mixture of green AND brown. But it looks brown in most lighting.

5. The fact that not much bothers me and I’m willing to listen to people no matter the circumstances. Y’know having autism (this is just an example), I went to a camp with autistic kids. Some were high functioning, like I am, but others were severe and always needed reassurance that everything was ok. Maybe I understood them better than the camp leaders did, but they really all took a liking to me and some of them even said I was the only one who really got them. The only one who really understood what was going on with them. And that made me feel so much better about myself. 

Whew, Ok. I’m supposed to challenge 10 of my followers so if you receive a message from me, I wuv u :3

butimstillbeautiful:

"Only 5 percent of women have the type of body we see on billboards and in TV commercials. The "Expose" project wants you to see the remaining 95 percent.” (Huffington Post Article)

Tell me something.

When was the last time you opened up your browser and saw a beautiful image of a body shape that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of skin markings that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of breasts that looked just like yours? An ass that looked just like yours? Scars that looked just like yours? A belly that looked just like yours? 
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butimstillbeautiful:

"Only 5 percent of women have the type of body we see on billboards and in TV commercials. The "Expose" project wants you to see the remaining 95 percent.” (Huffington Post Article)

Tell me something.

When was the last time you opened up your browser and saw a beautiful image of a body shape that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of skin markings that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of breasts that looked just like yours? An ass that looked just like yours? Scars that looked just like yours? A belly that looked just like yours? 
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butimstillbeautiful:

"Only 5 percent of women have the type of body we see on billboards and in TV commercials. The "Expose" project wants you to see the remaining 95 percent.” (Huffington Post Article)

Tell me something.

When was the last time you opened up your browser and saw a beautiful image of a body shape that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of skin markings that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of breasts that looked just like yours? An ass that looked just like yours? Scars that looked just like yours? A belly that looked just like yours? 
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butimstillbeautiful:

"Only 5 percent of women have the type of body we see on billboards and in TV commercials. The "Expose" project wants you to see the remaining 95 percent.” (Huffington Post Article)

Tell me something.

When was the last time you opened up your browser and saw a beautiful image of a body shape that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of skin markings that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of breasts that looked just like yours? An ass that looked just like yours? Scars that looked just like yours? A belly that looked just like yours? 
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butimstillbeautiful:

"Only 5 percent of women have the type of body we see on billboards and in TV commercials. The "Expose" project wants you to see the remaining 95 percent.” (Huffington Post Article)

Tell me something.

When was the last time you opened up your browser and saw a beautiful image of a body shape that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of skin markings that looked just like yours?When was the last time you saw an image of breasts that looked just like yours? An ass that looked just like yours? Scars that looked just like yours? A belly that looked just like yours? 
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butimstillbeautiful:

"Only 5 percent of women have the type of body we see on billboards and in TV commercials. The "Expose" project wants you to see the remaining 95 percent.” (Huffington Post Article)

Tell me something.

When was the last time you opened up your browser and saw a beautiful image of a body shape that looked just like yours?

When was the last time you saw an image of skin markings that looked just like yours?

When was the last time you saw an image of breasts that looked just like yours? An ass that looked just like yours? Scars that looked just like yours? A belly that looked just like yours? 

Genuine equality means not treating everyone the same, but attending equally to everyone’s different needs.

Eagleton, Terry, Why Marx Was Right (Yale University Press, 2011) p.5  (via emcee-escher)

thegirlwhocriedfoxface:


heyjohnimhomo:

this scene really got me. I think it’s a perfect example of people’s views on abortions. 
For 75 years 1000+ children have been sent into the arena to fight for survival for the enjoyment of the richest people. Then along with that there are a million+ children across the other districts living in abstract poverty. All of them too, fighting for survival. The chance for them to move up in the world is virtually impossible because they don’t have the tools to do so and the people above them have kept them down as much as possible. 
However the idea that a foetus, a blob of cells, is at risk and suddenly they stand up and protest. 
Too much value is placed on the unborn, and not enough on those already alive. 
(gifs)

SOMEONE FINALLY SAID THE THING *THANK YOU*


As a pro lifer I fully agree. People pay too much attention to a fetus when there are dying starving people in poor countries and even here in the US. We pass them up every day. Neither of them has a voice, but at least the fetus won’t feel pain. 

What about the rest of us?
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thegirlwhocriedfoxface:


heyjohnimhomo:

this scene really got me. I think it’s a perfect example of people’s views on abortions. 
For 75 years 1000+ children have been sent into the arena to fight for survival for the enjoyment of the richest people. Then along with that there are a million+ children across the other districts living in abstract poverty. All of them too, fighting for survival. The chance for them to move up in the world is virtually impossible because they don’t have the tools to do so and the people above them have kept them down as much as possible. 
However the idea that a foetus, a blob of cells, is at risk and suddenly they stand up and protest. 
Too much value is placed on the unborn, and not enough on those already alive. 
(gifs)

SOMEONE FINALLY SAID THE THING *THANK YOU*


As a pro lifer I fully agree. People pay too much attention to a fetus when there are dying starving people in poor countries and even here in the US. We pass them up every day. Neither of them has a voice, but at least the fetus won’t feel pain. 

What about the rest of us?
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thegirlwhocriedfoxface:


heyjohnimhomo:

this scene really got me. I think it’s a perfect example of people’s views on abortions. 
For 75 years 1000+ children have been sent into the arena to fight for survival for the enjoyment of the richest people. Then along with that there are a million+ children across the other districts living in abstract poverty. All of them too, fighting for survival. The chance for them to move up in the world is virtually impossible because they don’t have the tools to do so and the people above them have kept them down as much as possible. 
However the idea that a foetus, a blob of cells, is at risk and suddenly they stand up and protest. 
Too much value is placed on the unborn, and not enough on those already alive. 
(gifs)

SOMEONE FINALLY SAID THE THING *THANK YOU*


As a pro lifer I fully agree. People pay too much attention to a fetus when there are dying starving people in poor countries and even here in the US. We pass them up every day. Neither of them has a voice, but at least the fetus won’t feel pain. 

What about the rest of us?
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thegirlwhocriedfoxface:

heyjohnimhomo:

this scene really got me. I think it’s a perfect example of people’s views on abortions. 

For 75 years 1000+ children have been sent into the arena to fight for survival for the enjoyment of the richest people. Then along with that there are a million+ children across the other districts living in abstract poverty. All of them too, fighting for survival. The chance for them to move up in the world is virtually impossible because they don’t have the tools to do so and the people above them have kept them down as much as possible. 

However the idea that a foetus, a blob of cells, is at risk and suddenly they stand up and protest. 

Too much value is placed on the unborn, and not enough on those already alive. 

(gifs)

SOMEONE FINALLY SAID THE THING *THANK YOU*

As a pro lifer I fully agree. People pay too much attention to a fetus when there are dying starving people in poor countries and even here in the US. We pass them up every day. Neither of them has a voice, but at least the fetus won’t feel pain.

What about the rest of us?

tigermisu:


There’s this guy that rants everyday about how everyone is sinners at our college and someone made a bingo game to go along with him today

tigermisu:

There’s this guy that rants everyday about how everyone is sinners at our college and someone made a bingo game to go along with him today