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    xaannaax:

    bookiesbooty:

    It’s back.

    This is my favorite video of all time

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    kubriq:

    Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) 
    dir. Quentin Tarantino 

    Tagged: movies

    sizvideos:

    Video

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    lordoftheswag:

    did you just say the n word?

    white person:

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    tedbunny:

Melted plastic chairs in the Columbine Highschool cafeteria after the massacre. One of the shooters, Dylan Klebold, had thrown a molotov cocktail in an attempt to set off one of the larger propane bombs, resulting in a small area of fire damage.

    tedbunny:

    Melted plastic chairs in the Columbine Highschool cafeteria after the massacre. One of the shooters, Dylan Klebold, had thrown a molotov cocktail in an attempt to set off one of the larger propane bombs, resulting in a small area of fire damage.

    hyperspaceprincess:

    when youre desperate to see if someone is hot

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    saucefactory:

    kathereal:

    buzzfeed:

    This Indian actress shut down a reporter for telling her to keep quiet about women’s rights.

    THE INTERNATIONAL CLAPBACK

    As a proud Indian, I am 100% on-board with Sherawat’s comments. Only people who truly love their country are brave enough to criticize it so it can change for the better, instead of letting it go to the dogs and calling that complacency “patriotic”. Indifference toward your fellow Indians “just because they’re women” is not patriotic. It’s callous, sexist, cowardly and heartless.

    When I went back to India last year to visit my extended family in Calcutta and Ahmedabad, every single one of my female cousins reported having been sexually harassed in the last twelve months, either verbally or physically, and often in public, because clearly their harassers felt like they had a social mandate to do whatever they wanted to women, with impunity.

    One of my teenage cousins broke down crying when she described how a man in a shared rickshaw masturbated in front of her while gripping her thigh with his spare hand. The rickshaw driver didn’t say anything. Nobody did.

    Another teenage cousin (15 years old), said she had recently been propositioned by a middle-aged man, who offered her money in exchange for sex. When she pointed out that not only was she not for sale, but also that he was old enough to be her father, he just shrugged and said that was what he liked about her—that she was so young.

    What the flying fuck? I was appalled and horrified and enraged, but there was nothing I could do to assuage my sister’s pain, terror and humiliation. Apparently, even child abusers feel free to do anything they want to girls, because they’re “just” girls, and it is widely believed that females only exist for male pleasure, no matter their age.

    All the girls I spoke to expressed their sense of paranoia whenever they went out, and their sense of heightened, constant vulnerability. While girls everywhere feel that vulnerability to some extent (and what a bloody tragedy that is), my cousins in India were absolutely sure they would be harassed at some point. They were just waiting for it to happen. Nobody should have to live with that kind of fear. Let alone girls who haven’t even graduated from school.

    Things need to change, and they need to change fast. And if that means having high-profile celebrities like Ms. Sherawat speaking out, then I more than welcome their doing so.

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    heartyglobe:

    filed under: things celebrities say that the media sweeps under the rug to continue making controversy over them being “awful role models”

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    809:

    why is this so hard for people to understand

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    commandersheena:

    israfel070:

    modestdemidov:

    "make up is false advertisement!"

    translation:

    "i view women as products"

    If you went on a few dates with a charming, fit-looking guy, decided to invite him upstairs, and after he took off his shirt he unstrapped a hidden girdle and his massive gelatinous kegbelly rippled forth, you would be pissed too.

    did you really just compare a woman putting some powder on her face to a guy literally reshaping his entire body

    People are STUPID

    Tagged: frc

    fedswatching:

    harmoniaz:

    fledge:

    dogs arent that great

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    craftykinkster:

    dickpetter420:

    videohall:

    What to do when you see your friend texting while driving

    > Broyoualmostmademedropmyphone

    his vocal range wild

    OMFG