On my first night in Japan, in Ikebukuro, I found this in a Family Mart and had to buy it.
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SHOTS FIRED LOL
IVE SEEN SO MANY OF THESE GIFSETS AND ITS ALWAYS AURORA BEING A BITCH I LOVE IT
TWITTER HAS NO CHILL
the ceo of abercrombie and fitch has a lot of nerve saying that ugly people shouldn’t wear his clothes when he looks like an albino orc from the lord of the rings
Now is the time to reblog this.
I’ve been awaiting this picture.
accidentally typing the letter 8 in the middle of a word and feeling the unholy spirit of vriska serket come over you
the letter 8
As clashes between Hamas and the Israeli armed forces escalate and the death toll climbs with heartbreaking consistency, a photograph of an Arab-American journalist and her Israeli-American boyfriend kissing has gone viral, sparked a Twitter movement, and become a symbol of peace.
In the age of social media, it no longer has to be a photojournalist’s camera that captures the photo that will come to define a particular conflict. In 1967, the photo that became a symbol of peace and ‘flower power’ at the height of the Vietnam War was taken by French photographer Marc Riboud.
In 2014, the world has changed, and the photo quickly becoming a symbol of peace in the Middle East is actually a selfie.
Fact: Straight parents raise gay kids.
Unfortunate fact: Homophobic parents raise gay kids.
Startling Fact: 40% of homeless youth are LGBT kids.
Sounds like the best party ever.