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politedoge:

when you’re in a group project and you’re the only one doing work

image

s0lace acqui3sc3

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phiftycent:

princem4rtian:

poyzn:

This is like installing Windows on a Mac.

I am physically required to reblog this or my heart will stop beating.

oh my god

s0lace

(via dutchster)

waytof4ll:

staay-r3ckless:

baeritt0:

weloveshortvideos:

bruh

what

I just watched this about 20 times and I’m still so amazed by it

Holy shit

(via bigbagoflittledonuts)

c0nfu5ed:

gentlemansvibe:

madredenutrias:

becuzbacon:

koolaidicecubes:


she don’t even care bout that war no more… she ready


She is too ready omg

"Take me on this battlefield"

Funny shit

😂😂😂😂😂😂

c0nfu5ed:

gentlemansvibe:

madredenutrias:

becuzbacon:

koolaidicecubes:

image

she don’t even care bout that war no more… she ready

She is too ready omg

"Take me on this battlefield"

Funny shit

😂😂😂😂😂😂

(Source: martyr-eater)

elizathornb3rry:

the best cross over in the history of ever

s0lace

(Source: aaronmichaelpaul, via guy)

bunsen:

when even google can’t help u find the answer to ur homework

(via dutchster)

susemoji:

where do these white dads come from

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surge-to-new-levels:

weaponsgradegains:

weightliftingcanadian:

Sometimes I really wonder why the fuck I do any of this. Grind day after day to maybe add a kilo or two to the bar. But does that really mean anything? There are really no benefits to this. The negatives seem to out weigh the positives sometimes. I’m never going to be elite. My knees hurt. My elbows hurt. My wrists hurt. My ego hurts. Constantly humbled by gravity. I forget what it feels like to not be tired or not be sore. What is the point. Pretty much no one in my life understands, or cares, or cares enough to understand. I definitely don’t look like I lift. When I look at it all with an outsiders point of view, it essentially look like an idiot wasting my time for nothing.
But, I love it. I hate it, but I love it. My passion for this sport is really one of the only things that keeps me going some days, and I don’t think I’d be here without it. It’s got me through a lot. Even though I fight so hard for such minimal results, those results are enormously satisfying. Knowing that through nothing other than my own hard work and dedication, I did something that was literally impossible for an older version of myself. I am willing to die under the bar to feel that and accomplish my goals.
That’s why I fucking do this. Sometimes I need to remind myself of that.


Everything hurts and I’m tired as fuck today and I feel this hard. 

Also definitely not a sport to be famous in. I’ve totaled elite, climbed the rankings, etc. and people still just see it as “working out”. To the outside world we aren’t athletes if we’re not training to be in the NFL, NBA,  NHL but that’s ok. I do this because I love it and those numbers mean so much more to me then it will to anyone else

surge-to-new-levels:

weaponsgradegains:

weightliftingcanadian:

Sometimes I really wonder why the fuck I do any of this. Grind day after day to maybe add a kilo or two to the bar. But does that really mean anything? There are really no benefits to this. The negatives seem to out weigh the positives sometimes. I’m never going to be elite. My knees hurt. My elbows hurt. My wrists hurt. My ego hurts. Constantly humbled by gravity. I forget what it feels like to not be tired or not be sore. What is the point. Pretty much no one in my life understands, or cares, or cares enough to understand. I definitely don’t look like I lift. When I look at it all with an outsiders point of view, it essentially look like an idiot wasting my time for nothing.

But, I love it. I hate it, but I love it. My passion for this sport is really one of the only things that keeps me going some days, and I don’t think I’d be here without it. It’s got me through a lot. Even though I fight so hard for such minimal results, those results are enormously satisfying. Knowing that through nothing other than my own hard work and dedication, I did something that was literally impossible for an older version of myself. I am willing to die under the bar to feel that and accomplish my goals.

That’s why I fucking do this. Sometimes I need to remind myself of that.

Everything hurts and I’m tired as fuck today and I feel this hard.

Also definitely not a sport to be famous in. I’ve totaled elite, climbed the rankings, etc. and people still just see it as “working out”. To the outside world we aren’t athletes if we’re not training to be in the NFL, NBA, NHL but that’s ok. I do this because I love it and those numbers mean so much more to me then it will to anyone else

thisyoungboy:

be-blackstar:

thenobleflesh:

listoflifehacks:

If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

LEARN SISTERS AND BROTHERS. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

they said “bra wearer” 

respect, lifehacks. 

hell to the yes ^

acqui3sc3 I gotchu

(via thranduskul)

weloveinterracial:

Black Teen With White Parents Mistaken For Burglar, Assaulted By Cops In His Own Home
‘Put your hands on the door, I was like, ‘For what? This is my house.’ Police pointed at photos of white people hanging on the wall and told him that he was lying.
A North Carolina teen was recently assaulted and pepper sprayed by police in his own home, after he was mistaken for a burglar.  18-year-old DeShawn Currie has been living with foster parents Ricky and Stacy Tyler in Wake County, North Carolina for about a year.
The Tylers love DeShawn as their own son and they have taken him into their home, in hopes to provide him the safe and loving environment that he needs to thrive in the most important years of his life.
Unfortunately, some of the Tyler’s neighbors were not familiar with the family dynamics of the home, and decided to call the police to report a burglary when they saw the young man entering his home after school one day.  DeShawn did not climb through a window or struggle to get inside, but simply walked through the unlocked door of the home.  The only thing that actually made his neighbors suspicious, was the color of his skin.
When police arrived on the scene they treated DeShawn like a criminal without asking any questions.
“They was like, ‘Put your hands on the door, I was like, ‘For what? This is my house.’ I was like, ‘Why are y’all in here?” DeShawn said in an interview.
When DeShawn asked the officers why they were in his home, they pointed at photos of white people hanging on the wall and told him that he was lying.
“I’m feeling comfortable, I had moved into my room, and I’m feeling like I’m loved. And then when they come in and they just profile me and say that I’m not who I am. And that I do not stay here because there was white kids on the wall, that really made me mad,” DeShawn later told reporters.
During the entire altercation, police were shouting profanity at the young man, and pointing multiple guns at his face.  When DeShawn stood firm and insisted that he was in fact in his own home, police attacked him with pepper spray.
When Stacy Tyler came home from work she saw her son DeShawn in the driveway being treated by paramedics for the injuries that police had inflicted.
“My 5-year-old last night, she looked at me and said, ‘Mama I don’t understand why they hated our brother, and they had to come in and hurt him,” Stay Tyler told reporters.
“Everything that we’ve worked so hard for in the past years was stripped away yesterday in just a matter of moments,” father Ricky Tyler added.
The police department has defended their actions, saying that that DeShawn did not obey the officer’s orders to the letter, despite the fact that they were intruders in his home and had no right to be there barking orders at him.

weloveinterracial:

Black Teen With White Parents Mistaken For Burglar, Assaulted By Cops In His Own Home

‘Put your hands on the door, I was like, ‘For what? This is my house.’ Police pointed at photos of white people hanging on the wall and told him that he was lying.

A North Carolina teen was recently assaulted and pepper sprayed by police in his own home, after he was mistaken for a burglar.  18-year-old DeShawn Currie has been living with foster parents Ricky and Stacy Tyler in Wake County, North Carolina for about a year.

The Tylers love DeShawn as their own son and they have taken him into their home, in hopes to provide him the safe and loving environment that he needs to thrive in the most important years of his life.

Unfortunately, some of the Tyler’s neighbors were not familiar with the family dynamics of the home, and decided to call the police to report a burglary when they saw the young man entering his home after school one day.  DeShawn did not climb through a window or struggle to get inside, but simply walked through the unlocked door of the home.  The only thing that actually made his neighbors suspicious, was the color of his skin.

When police arrived on the scene they treated DeShawn like a criminal without asking any questions.

“They was like, ‘Put your hands on the door, I was like, ‘For what? This is my house.’ I was like, ‘Why are y’all in here?” DeShawn said in an interview.

When DeShawn asked the officers why they were in his home, they pointed at photos of white people hanging on the wall and told him that he was lying.

“I’m feeling comfortable, I had moved into my room, and I’m feeling like I’m loved. And then when they come in and they just profile me and say that I’m not who I am. And that I do not stay here because there was white kids on the wall, that really made me mad,” DeShawn later told reporters.

During the entire altercation, police were shouting profanity at the young man, and pointing multiple guns at his face.  When DeShawn stood firm and insisted that he was in fact in his own home, police attacked him with pepper spray.

When Stacy Tyler came home from work she saw her son DeShawn in the driveway being treated by paramedics for the injuries that police had inflicted.

“My 5-year-old last night, she looked at me and said, ‘Mama I don’t understand why they hated our brother, and they had to come in and hurt him,” Stay Tyler told reporters.

“Everything that we’ve worked so hard for in the past years was stripped away yesterday in just a matter of moments,” father Ricky Tyler added.

The police department has defended their actions, saying that that DeShawn did not obey the officer’s orders to the letter, despite the fact that they were intruders in his home and had no right to be there barking orders at him.

(Source: weloveinterracial, via nohvahcain)

teacakes:

[sobbing into a black hole]

(Source: cindymayweather, via nohvahcain)

This is why I hate texting sometimes.

acqui3sc3

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politedoge:

when you’re in a group project and you’re the only one doing work

image

s0lace acqui3sc3

(Source: politeghoul, via officialwhitegirls)

ihopetogodyoucomedown:

rebuy:

i hate this

Are you sure?

acqui3sc3 s0lace

(Source: vine.co, via musicdogslove)

phiftycent:

princem4rtian:

poyzn:

This is like installing Windows on a Mac.

I am physically required to reblog this or my heart will stop beating.

oh my god

s0lace

(via dutchster)

waytof4ll:

staay-r3ckless:

baeritt0:

weloveshortvideos:

bruh

what

I just watched this about 20 times and I’m still so amazed by it

Holy shit

(via bigbagoflittledonuts)

c0nfu5ed:

gentlemansvibe:

madredenutrias:

becuzbacon:

koolaidicecubes:


she don’t even care bout that war no more… she ready


She is too ready omg

"Take me on this battlefield"

Funny shit

😂😂😂😂😂😂

c0nfu5ed:

gentlemansvibe:

madredenutrias:

becuzbacon:

koolaidicecubes:

image

she don’t even care bout that war no more… she ready

She is too ready omg

"Take me on this battlefield"

Funny shit

😂😂😂😂😂😂

(Source: martyr-eater)

elizathornb3rry:

the best cross over in the history of ever

s0lace

(Source: aaronmichaelpaul, via guy)

bunsen:

when even google can’t help u find the answer to ur homework

(via dutchster)

susemoji:

where do these white dads come from

(Source: vinebox, via baracknobama)

surge-to-new-levels:

weaponsgradegains:

weightliftingcanadian:

Sometimes I really wonder why the fuck I do any of this. Grind day after day to maybe add a kilo or two to the bar. But does that really mean anything? There are really no benefits to this. The negatives seem to out weigh the positives sometimes. I’m never going to be elite. My knees hurt. My elbows hurt. My wrists hurt. My ego hurts. Constantly humbled by gravity. I forget what it feels like to not be tired or not be sore. What is the point. Pretty much no one in my life understands, or cares, or cares enough to understand. I definitely don’t look like I lift. When I look at it all with an outsiders point of view, it essentially look like an idiot wasting my time for nothing.
But, I love it. I hate it, but I love it. My passion for this sport is really one of the only things that keeps me going some days, and I don’t think I’d be here without it. It’s got me through a lot. Even though I fight so hard for such minimal results, those results are enormously satisfying. Knowing that through nothing other than my own hard work and dedication, I did something that was literally impossible for an older version of myself. I am willing to die under the bar to feel that and accomplish my goals.
That’s why I fucking do this. Sometimes I need to remind myself of that.


Everything hurts and I’m tired as fuck today and I feel this hard. 

Also definitely not a sport to be famous in. I’ve totaled elite, climbed the rankings, etc. and people still just see it as “working out”. To the outside world we aren’t athletes if we’re not training to be in the NFL, NBA,  NHL but that’s ok. I do this because I love it and those numbers mean so much more to me then it will to anyone else

surge-to-new-levels:

weaponsgradegains:

weightliftingcanadian:

Sometimes I really wonder why the fuck I do any of this. Grind day after day to maybe add a kilo or two to the bar. But does that really mean anything? There are really no benefits to this. The negatives seem to out weigh the positives sometimes. I’m never going to be elite. My knees hurt. My elbows hurt. My wrists hurt. My ego hurts. Constantly humbled by gravity. I forget what it feels like to not be tired or not be sore. What is the point. Pretty much no one in my life understands, or cares, or cares enough to understand. I definitely don’t look like I lift. When I look at it all with an outsiders point of view, it essentially look like an idiot wasting my time for nothing.

But, I love it. I hate it, but I love it. My passion for this sport is really one of the only things that keeps me going some days, and I don’t think I’d be here without it. It’s got me through a lot. Even though I fight so hard for such minimal results, those results are enormously satisfying. Knowing that through nothing other than my own hard work and dedication, I did something that was literally impossible for an older version of myself. I am willing to die under the bar to feel that and accomplish my goals.

That’s why I fucking do this. Sometimes I need to remind myself of that.

Everything hurts and I’m tired as fuck today and I feel this hard.

Also definitely not a sport to be famous in. I’ve totaled elite, climbed the rankings, etc. and people still just see it as “working out”. To the outside world we aren’t athletes if we’re not training to be in the NFL, NBA, NHL but that’s ok. I do this because I love it and those numbers mean so much more to me then it will to anyone else

thisyoungboy:

be-blackstar:

thenobleflesh:

listoflifehacks:

If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

LEARN SISTERS AND BROTHERS. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

they said “bra wearer” 

respect, lifehacks. 

hell to the yes ^

acqui3sc3 I gotchu

(via thranduskul)

weloveinterracial:

Black Teen With White Parents Mistaken For Burglar, Assaulted By Cops In His Own Home
‘Put your hands on the door, I was like, ‘For what? This is my house.’ Police pointed at photos of white people hanging on the wall and told him that he was lying.
A North Carolina teen was recently assaulted and pepper sprayed by police in his own home, after he was mistaken for a burglar.  18-year-old DeShawn Currie has been living with foster parents Ricky and Stacy Tyler in Wake County, North Carolina for about a year.
The Tylers love DeShawn as their own son and they have taken him into their home, in hopes to provide him the safe and loving environment that he needs to thrive in the most important years of his life.
Unfortunately, some of the Tyler’s neighbors were not familiar with the family dynamics of the home, and decided to call the police to report a burglary when they saw the young man entering his home after school one day.  DeShawn did not climb through a window or struggle to get inside, but simply walked through the unlocked door of the home.  The only thing that actually made his neighbors suspicious, was the color of his skin.
When police arrived on the scene they treated DeShawn like a criminal without asking any questions.
“They was like, ‘Put your hands on the door, I was like, ‘For what? This is my house.’ I was like, ‘Why are y’all in here?” DeShawn said in an interview.
When DeShawn asked the officers why they were in his home, they pointed at photos of white people hanging on the wall and told him that he was lying.
“I’m feeling comfortable, I had moved into my room, and I’m feeling like I’m loved. And then when they come in and they just profile me and say that I’m not who I am. And that I do not stay here because there was white kids on the wall, that really made me mad,” DeShawn later told reporters.
During the entire altercation, police were shouting profanity at the young man, and pointing multiple guns at his face.  When DeShawn stood firm and insisted that he was in fact in his own home, police attacked him with pepper spray.
When Stacy Tyler came home from work she saw her son DeShawn in the driveway being treated by paramedics for the injuries that police had inflicted.
“My 5-year-old last night, she looked at me and said, ‘Mama I don’t understand why they hated our brother, and they had to come in and hurt him,” Stay Tyler told reporters.
“Everything that we’ve worked so hard for in the past years was stripped away yesterday in just a matter of moments,” father Ricky Tyler added.
The police department has defended their actions, saying that that DeShawn did not obey the officer’s orders to the letter, despite the fact that they were intruders in his home and had no right to be there barking orders at him.

weloveinterracial:

Black Teen With White Parents Mistaken For Burglar, Assaulted By Cops In His Own Home

‘Put your hands on the door, I was like, ‘For what? This is my house.’ Police pointed at photos of white people hanging on the wall and told him that he was lying.

A North Carolina teen was recently assaulted and pepper sprayed by police in his own home, after he was mistaken for a burglar.  18-year-old DeShawn Currie has been living with foster parents Ricky and Stacy Tyler in Wake County, North Carolina for about a year.

The Tylers love DeShawn as their own son and they have taken him into their home, in hopes to provide him the safe and loving environment that he needs to thrive in the most important years of his life.

Unfortunately, some of the Tyler’s neighbors were not familiar with the family dynamics of the home, and decided to call the police to report a burglary when they saw the young man entering his home after school one day.  DeShawn did not climb through a window or struggle to get inside, but simply walked through the unlocked door of the home.  The only thing that actually made his neighbors suspicious, was the color of his skin.

When police arrived on the scene they treated DeShawn like a criminal without asking any questions.

“They was like, ‘Put your hands on the door, I was like, ‘For what? This is my house.’ I was like, ‘Why are y’all in here?” DeShawn said in an interview.

When DeShawn asked the officers why they were in his home, they pointed at photos of white people hanging on the wall and told him that he was lying.

“I’m feeling comfortable, I had moved into my room, and I’m feeling like I’m loved. And then when they come in and they just profile me and say that I’m not who I am. And that I do not stay here because there was white kids on the wall, that really made me mad,” DeShawn later told reporters.

During the entire altercation, police were shouting profanity at the young man, and pointing multiple guns at his face.  When DeShawn stood firm and insisted that he was in fact in his own home, police attacked him with pepper spray.

When Stacy Tyler came home from work she saw her son DeShawn in the driveway being treated by paramedics for the injuries that police had inflicted.

“My 5-year-old last night, she looked at me and said, ‘Mama I don’t understand why they hated our brother, and they had to come in and hurt him,” Stay Tyler told reporters.

“Everything that we’ve worked so hard for in the past years was stripped away yesterday in just a matter of moments,” father Ricky Tyler added.

The police department has defended their actions, saying that that DeShawn did not obey the officer’s orders to the letter, despite the fact that they were intruders in his home and had no right to be there barking orders at him.

(Source: weloveinterracial, via nohvahcain)

teacakes:

[sobbing into a black hole]

(Source: cindymayweather, via nohvahcain)

This is why I hate texting sometimes.

acqui3sc3

(Source: cc.com, via thranduskul)

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street stance

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