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Get to Know Me Meme  Favorite TV Shows [1/5] 

   ↳ NCIS (2003—present)

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when you walk away from your friends to go fart in a far away spot and someone walks over to you

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etsy:

Is there anyone who doesn’t look dreamy in a flower crown?

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Pit Bulls Photographed As Lovely Fairy Tale Creatures

“I realized that the way pit bulls are portrayed, even by photographers trying to make a difference, is always very harsh. The imagery associated with pit bulls is gritty, somber, highly contrasted, very urban. People want to portray them like badasses.”

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The reason the media isn’t supposed to talk about methods used is because that knowledge can turn someone who is passively suicidal into someone with an active plan.
How not to kill your readers, by Mary Hamilton. (via guardian)

halftheskymovement:

They have spent years hiding their faces in shame. But united, they bravely stepped forward for an empowering fashion shoot. Rupa, Rita, Sonam, Laxmi and Chanchal are survivors of horrendous acid attacks, which have become very common in their native India. 

They wore clothes designed from a line called Rupa Designs — whose creator is one of the survivors. “I always wanted to be a designer but after the attack there was a pause in my life. I was so insecure and embarrassed by my scars, I used to cover my face with a scarf,” said Rupa, 22.

Rupa teamed up with Stop Acid Attacks, which works extensively with survivors, helping them back into society and to feel self-worth. Together, the group has created a project called Chhaon, a support center that gives acid attack survivors a clean, safe and comfortable environment while they receive medical aid. Chhaon has also become a meeting house where survivors chat, sing, dance and laugh.

Read more via New York Daily News.

There’s a long, long history of women suffering abuse, injustice, and not having the same opportunities as men, and I think that’s been very detrimental to the human race as a whole. I’m a believer that if everyone has a fair chance to be what they want to be and do what they want to do, it’s better for everyone. It benefits society as a whole.

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webelieveyou:

No more excuses.

I will forever reblog this

It’s sort of horrifying that we all know what they’re talking about without them really saying it.. that it’s become that much of a norm in our society that we just know.

Who Would Have Thought?

historical-nonfiction:

Speed dating, invented by a rabbi from Los Angeles in 1999, is based on a Jewish tradition of chaperoned gatherings of young Jewish singles.