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ileftmyheartindixie:

Remember when Never Have I Ever games used to be like “never have I ever had sex *giggle*”

Now it’s like “never have I ever had a six person orgy in a broom closet” and people are all like “crap, I’m out.”

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buttcheekpalmkang:

On my wedding day, I’m gonna recite my vows twice.

Once at the altar and again in the bedroom.

With my tongue.

On her pussy.

One letter at a time.

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asammyg:

How fucked up is the entire concept of The Parent Trap? These parents have twins but want a divorce so they decide their best course of action is to just each take one and never speak to each other again. 

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chasingthathigh:

Beyonce - Mine feat. Drake - Kaelynn KK Harris - Choreography

She did that!!!!

had no choice but to reblog

i love the little girls watching her in amazement

………… gracious. 

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leaveyourfeelingsatthedoor:

                I Did It For Me & Your Opinions Are Not Needed
By: Eden 
For as long as I could remember, I’ve always been raised to be my own person and do what I feel is right. And as I’ve gotten older, I’ve applied those same beliefs to everything I do. So when it comes to my hair, my attitude is no different. 
To me, it’s just hair. 
Last week, I had a bevy of emotions take over me that led to my second big chop. A lot has been going on, and with the change in my life, I felt that a change in look was in order. 
Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t in a bad place. On the contrary, I was very happy. I’m dating a new man that I really do like. I’ve been making my deadlines at work. All my friends were just as fabulous as the day I met them. 
I just wanted something new FOR ME.
Initially, I was going to get Havana Twists put back in my hair but then I saw the AMAZING beautiful and talented Carolyn Malachi and thought to myself, “I think I may want to get her hairstyle.”
Then Beyonce cut her hair……..

And people went ape shit. 
Then, toward the end of the week, I had a friend of mine post a screen shot of someone’s opinion on black women and short hair and said “All of y’all can’t do short hair!”

This really did something to my spirit. 
So Saturday I woke up and had a plan. Either I was going to get Havana Twists or I was going to the barber shop.
OBVIOUSLY, I went to the barber shop. 
And now today, I have some things to get off of my chest. 
I’m beautiful. 
This wasn’t the first time I cut my hair, and it probably won’t be my last. I feel so lucky and blessed to have a man in my life that supports what I do, even though I don’t need it to validate who I am. I LOVE the fact that my friends stand my decision and love the fact that I cut my hair, though I don’t need it either. I’m elated that a lot of my family members have fallen in love with my hair but yet again, their opinion of what I did and chose to do with me don’t validate who I am.
I validate me.
It just saddens me that other/some black women don’t have the support that I do or the esteem to hold their head up high do what they want to. 
It saddens me that we live in a society where the black man is still demonized and judged because of what he looks like while his character is looked over. And yet through it all, he still finds time to make the black woman, who’s suppose to be his queen, the butt of jokes.  She CAN’T wear this. She CAN’T wear that, yet they get offended for being judged themselves but can easily throw a sistah underneath the bus. And what’s worse, when they post it on social media platforms like the one above, other black women comment and agree in jest. Where in what world do you think it’s okay to shun a woman, especially a BLACK woman, for her personal choices in her appearance. The world already tells us (in so many words) how we’re not beautiful, the last place we want to hear or see it come from is from a black man or another black woman. 
Ladies, if you want to do something to yourself that makes YOU happy, do it.
The only person you need to validate is yourself. 
Fellas, before you go commenting on how a woman looks as if it’s a damn joke, remember you have mothers and sisters. If you respect them and their struggles, what makes you think the the very women you make fun of aren’t in the same boat?

leaveyourfeelingsatthedoor:

                I Did It For Me & Your Opinions Are Not Needed


By: Eden 

For as long as I could remember, I’ve always been raised to be my own person and do what I feel is right. And as I’ve gotten older, I’ve applied those same beliefs to everything I do. So when it comes to my hair, my attitude is no different. 

To me, it’s just hair. 

Last week, I had a bevy of emotions take over me that led to my second big chop. A lot has been going on, and with the change in my life, I felt that a change in look was in order. 

Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t in a bad place. On the contrary, I was very happy. I’m dating a new man that I really do like. I’ve been making my deadlines at work. All my friends were just as fabulous as the day I met them. 

I just wanted something new FOR ME.

Initially, I was going to get Havana Twists put back in my hair but then I saw the AMAZING beautiful and talented Carolyn Malachi and thought to myself, “I think I may want to get her hairstyle.”

Then Beyonce cut her hair……..

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And people went ape shit. 

Then, toward the end of the week, I had a friend of mine post a screen shot of someone’s opinion on black women and short hair and said “All of y’all can’t do short hair!”

Photo: Hahahahaha PSA:  all of y'all can't rock short hair!!!!

This really did something to my spirit. 

So Saturday I woke up and had a plan. Either I was going to get Havana Twists or I was going to the barber shop.

OBVIOUSLY, I went to the barber shop. 

And now today, I have some things to get off of my chest. 

I’m beautiful. 

This wasn’t the first time I cut my hair, and it probably won’t be my last. I feel so lucky and blessed to have a man in my life that supports what I do, even though I don’t need it to validate who I am. I LOVE the fact that my friends stand my decision and love the fact that I cut my hair, though I don’t need it either. I’m elated that a lot of my family members have fallen in love with my hair but yet again, their opinion of what I did and chose to do with me don’t validate who I am.

I validate me.

It just saddens me that other/some black women don’t have the support that I do or the esteem to hold their head up high do what they want to. 

It saddens me that we live in a society where the black man is still demonized and judged because of what he looks like while his character is looked over. And yet through it all, he still finds time to make the black woman, who’s suppose to be his queen, the butt of jokes.  She CAN’T wear this. She CAN’T wear that, yet they get offended for being judged themselves but can easily throw a sistah underneath the bus. And what’s worse, when they post it on social media platforms like the one above, other black women comment and agree in jest. Where in what world do you think it’s okay to shun a woman, especially a BLACK woman, for her personal choices in her appearance. The world already tells us (in so many words) how we’re not beautiful, the last place we want to hear or see it come from is from a black man or another black woman. 

Ladies, if you want to do something to yourself that makes YOU happy, do it.

The only person you need to validate is yourself. 

Fellas, before you go commenting on how a woman looks as if it’s a damn joke, remember you have mothers and sisters. If you respect them and their struggles, what makes you think the the very women you make fun of aren’t in the same boat?

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gqfashion:

D’Angelo’s Back!

From his first photo shoot in over a decade. Also, the story is incredible—read it. And for those who don’t of his legend, let’s just say D’Angelo’s often referred to as “R&B Jesus.” 

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jsantagato:

Woah this is sick
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queentiye:

You can’t tell me Black people aint magic

!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ctfuuuuu

that was AMAZING

This was amazing….

Holy fucking shit

only black ppl will do so something like this to entertain. That’s why I love our kind. Damn I wish everyone would be more ecstatic about this video.

Just WOAW amazing 😱👌👏

Thisssssss

They was killin’ it!!

Crazy 👏

Wowww!!

Wouldn’t work on London trains lol….

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