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european dude: *struggles to speak english with a heavy accent*

everyone: omg how adorable!!!

south asian dude: *struggles to speak english with a heavy accent*

everyone: uh wow lol go back to your country

French dude has thick accent:
"Accents are hot!"

Honduran dude has thick accent:
"Learn fucking English!"





My man!

Boogie down!

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You should be angry. You must not be bitter. Bitterness is like cancer. It eats upon the host. It doesn’t do anything to the object of its displeasure. So use that anger. You write it. You paint it. You dance it. You march it. You vote it. You do everything about it. You talk it. Never stop talking it.
Maya Angelou (via feminist-fairy)

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Since June 15, 2012 many of us who are eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) have reaped the benefits of the 2 year stop-gap measure that provides safety from deportation and the ability to legally work in the US. However, the executive order excludes a huge part of our communities— our parents and community members continue to live in fear and are vulnerable to exploitative conditions at their workplace. Families continue to be separated, and 1,100 people continue to be deported by the Obama Administration everyday.

Read RAISE’s full statement on why deferred action should be expanded and join us to advocate Deferred Action for All (DAFA). Sign our petition here, today!

The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is looking like a very costly mistake for the U.S. military.

How costly? According to an analysis by ThinkProgress, the money spent on the F-35 would be enough to buy every homeless person in the country a mansion.

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this probably tops all the other wisdom teeth videos

i pray to god i never say anything like this in front of my mother when i’m under anaesthesia

no manches! xD

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  • me: what's your favorite thing about living in boston?
  • person: the proximity of things. how small the city is & food & its variety.
  • me: (thought in my head) the food and its variety?! D: & then it hit me again. no real mexican food in boston. i might be the one person who drives/visit outside of boston just to get closer to real mexican food xD
  • things i am not taking for granted. food in sd & the weather.


My time has come

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