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Permalink · 05.07.14 07:56am

neon-taco:

dynastylnoire:

gladiatorfiles:

reinedeboheme:

evoria-chill:

northclackitback:

darthxinvader:

I DONT KNOW HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS

Nah, snails are still gross

The fuck

omg are those real?! So cute

Nope!

cute but the slime

the slime in your hand

imagine all the slime that is happening

NOOOOOOOOOOPE

Ewlk

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Permalink · Reblogged neon-taco · 03.17.14 01:26pm · 45126

brooklynboobala:

See, these are my kinda superheroes!

Omgggggg lmao

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Permalink · Reblogged neon-taco · 08.09.13 08:27pm · 110668
Anonymous asked:
>what does chickennoodlesoupfordemons mean? also do you make $ with your blog using peepspayerDOTcom?

It means exactly what it says and no

Permalink · 08.09.13 08:19pm

receivelove:


My first experiences with colorism.

I was 4 years old, and my mom and I had gone to her co-workers house for a small get together. The co-worker had a younger daughter who was biracial, but in the mind of a 4 year old, I thought “hey she’s 4 too, so we could be friends right?” Wrong. I remember getting ready to jump on the trampoline with the other 4 year old, but before I could even fully get on the trampoline she said, “I don’t play with dark girls.” I remember being very confused, because at 4 years old, I didn’t recognize skin complexion. I was more concerned about the next Barbie that was coming out. Haha I told my mom what the little girl said and we left IMMEDIATELY. I don’t think she kept in contact with her co-worker. lol That was the beginning….

Throughout elementary school, middle school and even high school I was constantly reminded of my skin tone by friends who were mostly biracial and some even dark like myself! If I liked a boy at school, he didn’t like me “in that way” because I wasn’t light enough or he would try and go through me to get to my lighter skinned friends. Yes it was hurtful, because I wondered when friends, peers or boys I liked would ever take an interest in me like they did the light skinned girls. It wasn’t until my senior year of high school that people started realizing or maybe finally speaking to the beauty I didn’t find in myself until college. They would say half compliments like the infamous, “Your pretty for a dark skinned girl” or one I’ll never forget, “You are one of the baddest dark skinned chicks here at the school, and there aren’t many.” REALLY?!

College. I’ve now accepted and come full circle with how I look. I can’t change my skin tone. I don’t want to. It has a natural glow that I’ve realized not to many people have, because you know what, IT’S MINE. I still get the “pretty for a dark-skinned girl” comment occasionally, but I don’t even acknowledge it. It’s ignorance. Matter a fact, I seemed to get called food names like chocolate drop, chocolate cake, chocolate whatever! lol I guess I look like food to some people. That’s a good thing right? To each his own, but I know one thing, I wouldn’t trade this skin for the world! 
-Jacquelyn

receivelove:

My first experiences with colorism.
I was 4 years old, and my mom and I had gone to her co-workers house for a small get together. The co-worker had a younger daughter who was biracial, but in the mind of a 4 year old, I thought “hey she’s 4 too, so we could be friends right?” Wrong. I remember getting ready to jump on the trampoline with the other 4 year old, but before I could even fully get on the trampoline she said, “I don’t play with dark girls.” I remember being very confused, because at 4 years old, I didn’t recognize skin complexion. I was more concerned about the next Barbie that was coming out. Haha I told my mom what the little girl said and we left IMMEDIATELY. I don’t think she kept in contact with her co-worker. lol That was the beginning….
Throughout elementary school, middle school and even high school I was constantly reminded of my skin tone by friends who were mostly biracial and some even dark like myself! If I liked a boy at school, he didn’t like me “in that way” because I wasn’t light enough or he would try and go through me to get to my lighter skinned friends. Yes it was hurtful, because I wondered when friends, peers or boys I liked would ever take an interest in me like they did the light skinned girls. It wasn’t until my senior year of high school that people started realizing or maybe finally speaking to the beauty I didn’t find in myself until college. They would say half compliments like the infamous, “Your pretty for a dark skinned girl” or one I’ll never forget, “You are one of the baddest dark skinned chicks here at the school, and there aren’t many.” REALLY?!
College. I’ve now accepted and come full circle with how I look. I can’t change my skin tone. I don’t want to. It has a natural glow that I’ve realized not to many people have, because you know what, IT’S MINE. I still get the “pretty for a dark-skinned girl” comment occasionally, but I don’t even acknowledge it. It’s ignorance. Matter a fact, I seemed to get called food names like chocolate drop, chocolate cake, chocolate whatever! lol I guess I look like food to some people. That’s a good thing right? To each his own, but I know one thing, I wouldn’t trade this skin for the world! 
-Jacquelyn

Permalink · Reblogged forbrowngirls · 08.09.13 08:09pm · 107

When things start to fall into place in ways that your not entirely sure about and you start to question everything  and everyone. The one thing that will remain is music …. I swear my soul is made of music notes….. I thank god for giving me a voice because I don’t know what I would do if I couldn’t sing …. I think I would have been dead right now real talk

Permalink · 07.30.13 01:30am

myimaginationstation:

Happy birthday to all the lucky ones who get to share the same birthday as me! July 18th baby! Btw. I turn 20 :) 

It’s our birthday !!!_!

Permalink · Reblogged myimaginationstation · 07.18.13 01:21am · 2

strugglingtobeheard:

my-opossum-is-awesome:

strugglingtobeheard:

sweetlexi:

memoriasconsazon:

Pictures from “You Can Touch My Hair” Interactive Exhibit @ Union Square June 9, 2013.

Bahaha

omg tho. yesssss. wow.

Comparing this to Sarah Barratman is just sooooooooo far fetched. Come on now, its hair. If you don’t want people touching your hair then don’t let them! But if someone wants to let other people touch their hair then so be it! I’ve never seen something so small be made into such a big deal.

i don’t know if you’ve been following this supposed art exhibit. but the woman who started this said she didn’t understand why people might feel like an animal in a zoo by having their hair touched by white people and literally said she just wanted to help white people get over their curiosity. she asked white people why they were curious and they said it was because oh it’s just like a snake when you wanna touch it you’re curious. the white woman equated black people to animals that you just wanna pet because… curiosity. the woman running the exhibit has brushed aside other black women’s thoughts and feelings on that, said they were extreme and that was the birth of this. to shit on other black women to allow white people to satiate a curiosity.

are we going to pretend this wont have real life consequences? the situation isn’t the same as sarah baartman but the mentality of whites is. especially since when one black person says it’s ok, white people think it’s cool. and then they gon wanna touch other peoples head without consent, which they do. which is why women are mad. cause no. and just like white people thought they had ownership of black womens bodies and could do whatever by seeing how baartman was treated and how they flooded to see her, this is a similar mentality where white people want to observe and touch without actually engaging. if that’s nothing to you cool, but don’t play like this doesn’t have real life consequences and the woman who started this is taking a stab at other women who have asked white people constantly, don’t touch my shit.

Omg this ^

Permalink · Reblogged neon-taco · 06.10.13 09:32pm · 2631

articpolar:

tie dying shirts with the blood of your unfollowers

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Permalink · Reblogged neon-taco · 06.02.13 05:50pm · 78491

mocaw:

TO THE LEFT

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TAKE IT BACK NOW Y’ALL

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ONE HOP THIS TIME

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RIGHT FOOT LET’S STOMP

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LEFT FOOT LET’S STOMP

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CHA CHA REAL SMOOTH

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Permalink · Reblogged pagingme · 06.02.13 05:43pm · 48248