so it's summer, so it's suicide
andrea, 21 (forever 16), ♌/♋, infp.
of summer days, long car rides, thunderstorms and pixie dust.

disjunkt:
MOVE. TO. ETCG. NOW. AND THEN USE ALL THE FREE TIME YOU GET OUT OF THE MOVE TO MAKE A TCG WHERE I CAN COLLECT MAKOTO SHINKAI DECKS.

STILL… MOVING…! BUT SOON, MY FRIEND, SOON. ONCE I AM FINISHED I WILL THEN PROCEED TO WORK ON A MASTER PLAN TO FLOOD THE TCG WORLD WITH THE GLORY THAT IS MAKOTO SHINKAI AND OTHER SHINY ANIME FILM THINGS. ♡


8/21with 1,182 notes

The Color Thesaurus

tangy-san:

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All from Ingrid’s Notes on Wordpress, direct link here.

thank the lord oh my


8/21with 1,725 notes


Is it sad that I can feel
you getting tired of me?
Or is it sadder that I’m use
to it because everyone does
eventually?
Tired. (via fragmentallygirl)
8/20with 13,843 notes


America Is Not For Black People | The Concourse

morgan-leigh:

girlwithlandscape:

By all accounts, Brown was One Of The Good Ones. But laying all this out, explaining all the ways in which he didn’t deserve to die like a dog in the street, is in itself disgraceful. Arguing whether Brown was a good kid or not is functionally arguing over whether he specifically deserved to die, a way of acknowledging that some black men ought to be executed.

To even acknowledge this line of debate is to start a larger argument about the worth, the very personhood, of a black man in America. It’s to engage in a cost-benefit analysis, weigh probabilities, and gauge the precise odds that Brown’s life was worth nothing against the threat he posed to the life of the man who killed him.

This piece from Greg Howard cuts right to the bone.

It is very important that everybody read this.


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