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209 notes on 23 Apr 14

harryistrash:

No free promo! Pay me first!


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27,593 notes on 23 Apr 14

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shaniatween:

Girls reenacting boy selfies

second to last has the face spot-fucking-on

these are the best


23 notes on 23 Apr 14
deathbymalik:

weird pose, but au natural 

deathbymalik:

weird pose, but au natural 


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101 notes on 23 Apr 14

silversarcasm:

taking selfies to make myself feel better


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257 notes on 22 Apr 14

s-o-t-e-e:

Fall/Winter 2012 Collection by Sapana Amin Photoshoot


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2,820 notes on 20 Apr 14
poppoppopblowblowbubblegum:


The name “Half and Halves” is derived from the same term used to describe Punjabi-Mexican individuals, typically offspring of Punjabi fathers and Mexican mothers. In the early 1900s, several hundred Punjabis immigrated as farmers to central California and came in contact with the communities of Mexican laborers. In addition to the commonality of family values, spicy-hot food, and zesty song and dance, what drew these communities together was that they were uniformly discriminated against by white society. Legislature forbidding Punjabi men from bringing wives from India and anti-miscegenation laws, which prohibited whites from marrying brown or black people, seeded familial liaisons between Punjabis and Mexicans. Not understanding what race these individuals belonged to, county clerks would simply write “brown” on marriage certificates for Punjabis and Mexicans, and thus began the integration of these two communites.

read more about the punjabi-mexican community here and here.

poppoppopblowblowbubblegum:

The name “Half and Halves” is derived from the same term used to describe Punjabi-Mexican individuals, typically offspring of Punjabi fathers and Mexican mothers. In the early 1900s, several hundred Punjabis immigrated as farmers to central California and came in contact with the communities of Mexican laborers. In addition to the commonality of family values, spicy-hot food, and zesty song and dance, what drew these communities together was that they were uniformly discriminated against by white society. Legislature forbidding Punjabi men from bringing wives from India and anti-miscegenation laws, which prohibited whites from marrying brown or black people, seeded familial liaisons between Punjabis and Mexicans. Not understanding what race these individuals belonged to, county clerks would simply write “brown” on marriage certificates for Punjabis and Mexicans, and thus began the integration of these two communites.

read more about the punjabi-mexican community here and here.


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3 notes on 20 Apr 14
canyan0tokay:

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canyan0tokay:

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12 notes on 19 Apr 14
femmeswag:

Headed to Easter service, y’all. Praise it.

femmeswag:

Headed to Easter service, y’all. Praise it.


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11,408 notes on 14 Apr 14
harryistrash:

If I was white this would get 10k notes

harryistrash:

If I was white this would get 10k notes


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