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knitmeapony:

fuckyeahfatpositive:

I used to be really unhappy with how I looked at my freshmen prom… What was I thinking? I’m adorable! :)
(For the record, I’m the one in the purple!) :)

Aaaaah adorable prom photos are my favorite.

You both look great, you are absolutely correct.

knitmeapony:

fuckyeahfatpositive:

I used to be really unhappy with how I looked at my freshmen prom… What was I thinking? I’m adorable! :)

(For the record, I’m the one in the purple!) :)

Aaaaah adorable prom photos are my favorite.

You both look great, you are absolutely correct.

The Scarleteen Safety Plan

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nprbooks:

Today’s top book news item:
Doris Pilkington Garimara, the aboriginal author who wrote of the forced separation of mixed-race aboriginal children from their families, died on April 10. She was thought to be 76. 
Garimara’s novel Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence was based on the story of her mother, one of the so-called Stolen Generation, who was taken from her family and placed in a government settlement. She escaped with two other girls and walked more than 1,000 miles through the Australian wilderness. Garimara, too, was a member of the Stolen Generation and grew up in a mission believing she had been abandoned by her mother.
"[W]hile we were in the mission, again, we were continually told, you know, that the Aboriginal culture was evil … [a]nd the people who practiced it were pagans and devil worshippers," she said in a 2003 interview. Reunited years later, Garimara’s mother told her the story of her escape, which became a novel and then a celebrated film. 

I watched this as a freshman in college. It was eye opening and I still could not imagine it could happen here

nprbooks:

Today’s top book news item:

Doris Pilkington Garimara, the aboriginal author who wrote of the forced separation of mixed-race aboriginal children from their families, died on April 10. She was thought to be 76.

Garimara’s novel Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence was based on the story of her mother, one of the so-called Stolen Generation, who was taken from her family and placed in a government settlement. She escaped with two other girls and walked more than 1,000 miles through the Australian wilderness. Garimara, too, was a member of the Stolen Generation and grew up in a mission believing she had been abandoned by her mother.

"[W]hile we were in the mission, again, we were continually told, you know, that the Aboriginal culture was evil … [a]nd the people who practiced it were pagans and devil worshippers," she said in a 2003 interview. Reunited years later, Garimara’s mother told her the story of her escape, which became a novel and then a celebrated film. 

I watched this as a freshman in college. It was eye opening and I still could not imagine it could happen here

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renirabbit:

sailormichelle:

hey everyone !So my mom’s been feeling really down lately and i’m really hoping you guys can help me try to make her feel better.
She cosplays the cabbage merchant from avatar and she’s often self conscious about leaving the hotel room at cons, so i’m hoping you can help me make her popular on tumblr. she’s really cute and sweet and she worked so hard on this cosplay! she even carries around real cabbages please give her love ok

love cosplaying parents

renirabbit:

sailormichelle:

hey everyone !
So my mom’s been feeling really down lately and i’m really hoping you guys can help me try to make her feel better.

She cosplays the cabbage merchant from avatar and she’s often self conscious about leaving the hotel room at cons, so i’m hoping you can help me make her popular on tumblr. she’s really cute and sweet and she worked so hard on this cosplay! she even carries around real cabbages please give her love ok

love cosplaying parents

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randomlovesawkward:

"Badass Versions of Beloved Characters"

by Sylvain Sarrailh: http://tohad.deviantart.com/

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You can only grow if you’re willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new.

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family:why won't you come with us?
me:there must always be a stark at winterfell

Reblog if you say “fuck” more than 5 times a day.

wilwheaton:

laughterkey:

posthawk:

Clerks. (1994)

Fun fact: I own the original film from the THIRTY-SIX?! scene.

in a row?

And I wasn’t supposed to BE HERE TODAY