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I’d just like to think I deserve a nice, respectable guy- so why am I here at your door?
JoJo- “The Boy Without a Heart” (via rapid-h0pe-l0ss)
Jul 23, 2014 / 54 notes
Write drunk, edit sober.
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thepoeticrebel:

campaignomar49:

timidtorso:

why do niggas rub they head when they caught up

restore blood flow so u come up wit a lie faster

Lmaooooooo omg

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quotelounge:

Good Vibes HERE
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Conversations when the pussy taste good

jaybellavitta:

thesinwhisperer:

lurkthejerk:

Me: *goes down on her*
Her: “ooo daddy what that pussy taste like”
Me: “commitment”

Lmaooooooo

😩

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Jul 22, 2014 / 260,842 notes

abbysapparel:

*looks at boys my age* wow way too young for me

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aculthood:

"what do you want to do with your life?"image

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December 13th (2011) is the 300th anniversary of the law establishing the first slave market in New York. That market was located at the end of Wall Street where present day Water Street is. Yet there is not a single sign, plaque, marker, statue, memorial or monument with any reference to slavery or the slave trade in Lower Manhattan (with the exception of the African Burial Ground memorial).

The fact is that New York’s first City Hall was built with slave labor. The first Congress passed the Bill of Rights there and George Washington gave his inaugural speech there. Slaves helped build the wall that Wall Street is named for. Slavery was such a big part of early New York that during the colonial era one in five people living in New York was an enslaved African. One in five. Yet there are no permanent signs acknowledging the role slaves played in early New York.

Even after the discovery of a massive, 6.6 acre burial ground where Africans — free and enslaved — were buried, with thousands of individuals possibly still in the ground, their contribution to New York is and has been completely invisible. After 300 years it is finally time to tell their story

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Jul 22, 2014 / 10 notes
quotelounge:

Good Vibes HERE
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ssweaterweather:

have you ever had a friend who is literally like your soul mate but like in a friendship way like you are so compatible and perfect for each other 

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thecherrywinehouse:

justdoyou93:

coleworld 

nah
Jul 22, 2014 / 8,900 notes

thecherrywinehouse:

justdoyou93:

coleworld 

nah

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cooolasssluusshhh:

She cut her hair???
Jul 22, 2014 / 10,400 notes

cooolasssluusshhh:

She cut her hair???

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