1. sunfl0werpetal:

lilb2k14:

this lion really got eyelashes

this lion is prettier than i am

    sunfl0werpetal:

    lilb2k14:

    this lion really got eyelashes

    this lion is prettier than i am

    (Source: wild-guy)

  2. shez-a-bitch:

http://shez-a-bitch.tumblr.com

    shez-a-bitch:

    http://shez-a-bitch.tumblr.com

    (Source: guccimaneuver)

  3. shiny-cradily:

    Legendary Bird Trio 

  4. "I love you"

    (Source: dellrey)

  5. blackfashion:

Dress: Kara
Shoes: Annie Sez
Chain: Thrifted
Watch: Tommy Hilfiger
Shay Renee, 19, NY
IG: _shayreneeee

    blackfashion:

    Dress: Kara

    Shoes: Annie Sez

    Chain: Thrifted

    Watch: Tommy Hilfiger

    Shay Renee, 19, NY

    IG: _shayreneeee

  6. omg

    omg

    (Source: solisseblog)

  7. sexy-fruit:

    I don’t understand how all Muslims are called terrorists because of what one group of 19 extremist men did 13 years ago.

    But white people aren’t called terrorists when they invaded their countries, killed millions of civilians, when they shoot up schools, shoot up movie theaters, and kill random POC. Isn’t that something.

  8. blacksagegod:

    blackafricanandbeautiful:

    rebelbaes:

    dynastylnoire:

    odinsblog:

    BLACK MAN SHUTS DOWN THE POLICE

    YouTube is full of videos where young white men, often times armed, stand up to police and force the officers to back down. With African-Americans, however, the rules are often different and knowing your rights will get you Tasered or worse. One African-American man recorded an encounter with police where he avoided getting arrested or shοt while preserving his rights.

    When cops knocked on his door looking for a fugitive, Avel Amarel was determined to record the incident and not allow officers to illegally enter his home, according to a video posted on TheFreeThoughtProject.com.

    Police told Amarel that they wanted to search his home because of an incident that occurred in the parking lot, but Amarel told the officers that the person they were looking for was not inside his home and he wasn’t allowing police to enter without a warrant.

    “Officer, I can’t let you inside without a search warrant,” he says.

    Early in the encounter, an officer attempts to get Amarel to stop recording cell phone video, using the excuse that he didn’t know what the object was. Amarel informed the officer that the object in question was a cell phone and continued recording.

    Throughout the video, Amarel refuses to let up, asking officers for three forms of identification. The officers never present any ID, but ask Amarel for ID, but he refuses. Amarel asks the officers whether he’s suspected of a crime and when the officers explain again about the fugitive, Amarel tells them that only he and his family are at the home.

    When one officer asks for permission to search the home, Amarel tells him to come back with a warrant. Eventually the officers leave in frustration.

    image

    he survived?

    did they come back for him?

    good thing he had that camera. black folks need to film every interaction with police via ustream so it’s uploaded instantly to the internet.

    for a moment i myself feared for his life, wow. i love this

    That was beautifully handled
    image

  9. (Source: l-s-7)

  10. chemicalfairyyy:

    mypeculiarfandom:

    The most greatest/memorable high school films from each decade

    THE BREAKFAST CLUB - the 80’s

    CLUELESS - the 90’s

    MEAN GIRLS - the 2000’s

    PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER - the 2010’s

    OH MY FUCK!
    YES!!!

  11. (Source: lostly)