(Source: alanlozano, via danisnotonfire)

edi-to:

melinalaserenita:

Being a Mexican woman does not make me inherently spicy or fiery. You can throw your stereotypes down the toilet or I can pour hot sauce down your throat. ψ(`∇´)ψ

As a Latino I like the stereotype of being spicy and fiery. Don’t ruin it for others just…

sebastiandebeste:

*hears a single word from a foreign language that i know* Wow. haha not to toot my own horn or anything but did you guys know that you are in the presence of a sophisticated linguist

(via mylifeisalwayscats)

"One of the things I’m concerned about is that I really want to make sure the races of all the characters are kept. I don’t like it when black characters become white in movies, or things like that. That was something I found deeply problematic with the attempt by some people who had a lot of money and a lot of clout, and who wanted the rights to Anansi Boys, at one point. Somewhere in there, they made the fatal mistake of saying to me, “And, of course, the characters won’t be black in the movie because black people don’t like fantasy.” They were suddenly very surprised that we were no longer interested in selling them the book. So, I want to keep the racial mix in American Gods the same."

— Neil Gaiman on HBO’s American Gods adaptation. (via racebending)

(Source: collider.com, via arseniccupcakes)

I was at a baseball game today and I spotted this black guy going up the stairs with his dreaded hair in a ponytail and a light brown suit. I melted.
I’d only ever seen white people with dreads before and they’d looked unkept and dirty. One guy even told me that he didn’t wash his hair because that would rot the string, and he’d had them for months. MONTHS.
But this guy, his dreads were perfect and clean, they weren’t frizzy or clumpy, they were sooooo pretty. And they were long, they reached his lower back, but he didn’t look shabby like the other guys I’d seen. That’s what dreads should look like, I feel, not the cluster of knots some people try to pass of as dreads.

lolsofunny:

8bitrevolver:

sizvideos:

This is my favorite thing. Badass hero cat.

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dimmer:

sheisextrovert:

maybe-i-love-you-too-much:

"What about when you get old?"
Tattooed Seniors answer the question.

Omg I love these people ♥

That naked grandma damn

grunge/vintage blog

(Source: tintanapele.com, via sh00tingthebull)

bowtais-are-cool:

bowtais-are-cool:

Hello! My baby!

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Hello! My honey!

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Hello! My ragtime gOOD LORD HOLY FUCKING SHIT

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Oh my god

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