Maya, 22, usa.
It’s basically an outward expression of my inner thoughts. It has no real color scheme and doesn’t follow a specific theme. Here you'll find, depression type stuff, a bunch of fandoms, and random photos and text posts.
I don't mean to promote or idolize anything (minus the fandoms and celebrities of course).
Some things posted may be triggering, so please take care. If you don’t like my blog than get out, I’m not forcing you to look at it.
"Is there a problem with my burger?"
|Posted on July 21 with 49,344 notes via fallfarinlove||Reblog|
This is so perfect. And would scare the hell outta any pureblood.
I know I’d get in on this shit for sure.
|Posted on July 21 with 278 notes via thesewoundswilljustnotheal||Reblog|
Keke Palmer geting emotional in an interview with Raven Symone (x)
This is very important. I’m glad both of them had this moment. Raven has been working and grinding longer than most of us have been able to talk and walk. She deserves all the praises.
|Posted on July 21 with 72,882 notes via blackcat-revolution||Reblog|
just fucking draw. don’t compare yourself to other people, don’t stop because you drew a lot last tuesday and you haven’t visibly improved. it takes time, effort, and a lot of perseverance. besides, no matter how “bad” you think you are, there’s still gonna be someone who thinks the stuff you produce is the best goddamn thing they’ve ever seen in their entire life. the artist you were five years ago would have their mind fucking blown by the artist you are today. so just draw a fuckton, because every new thing you draw is one drawing better than you were before.
Just….Just keep drawing.
|Posted on July 21 with 65,786 notes via blackcat-revolution||Reblog|
sometimes i wake up with a very urgent thought on my mind and it’s usually pretty dumb like ‘je suis un pomme' or 'root beer fairytales' but this morning i woke up and sat there for a second and all i could think was
the frenchiest fry
I JUST LAUGHED OUT LOUD IN CLASS
|Posted on July 21 with 156,653 notes via cutmeandwatchmebleed||Reblog|
I call it the Black Power fist.
"It delivers thousands of volts of imperialism-stopping electricity, without the need of super powers or secret alien technology. AND its inexpensive enough to fit well within even the most frugal revolutionary’s defense budget.”
|Posted on July 21 with 4,136 notes via blackcat-revolution||Reblog|
Remember what Malcolm X said
|Posted on July 21 with 2,303 notes via blackcat-revolution||Reblog|
You all better reblog this.m7madsmiry
Seriously! Signal boost!
|Posted on July 21 with 13,353 notes via blackcat-revolution||Reblog|
Jehad Saftawi, IMEU:
On July 16, while I was in eastern Gaza City taking photos of the many buildings recently destroyed by Israeli forces, a man approached me and asked if I wanted to enter his home to take photos of the inside.
I accepted his offer and as he showed me around, I learned his name is Khamis Mraish and that his brother, Dr. Riad Mraish, ran a clinic from the home. As Khamis took me through each corner of the house, he described in detail the damage in every room. Most of the family’s belongings, including Dr. Mraish’s medical equipment, were now ruined, scattered in pieces and covered with debris.
It was horribly sad to witness his pain — and how he so badly wanted to share his story with the world. And the more people I speak with, the more I realize there is this same feeling everywhere. The people in Gaza want, and need, the world to see what they are going through.
|Posted on July 19 with 744 notes via myvoicemyright||Reblog|
this is my new favorite picture omg all of my favorite people in one picture. omg even molly long and maddie are there UGh i just love this ok
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Just Fuck Me
Don’t graze your teeth along my skin. Devour me. Bite down until I cry out. Then do it again.
Don’t caress my throat. I want to feel your fingers wrap tightly around it. Feel my pulse hammer into your palm. Feel the breath short in my chest and that little bit of panic set in.
Don’t nudge my knees apart. Move them like they’re yours to spread. With intention. With possession.
Don’t hold my hands. I want to feel your strong grip around my wrists. Use all your weight. Make me lie still.
I want it to still hurt tomorrow.
Don’t ask me if I’m ok.
Let my body answer for me with each shudder and moan. With the pool of wetness between my thighs.
These are the things I can’t control. I don’t want to control. That’s the point.
Just fuck me.
|Posted on July 19 with 43,029 notes via society-killed-my-self-esteem||Reblog|
Korengal Valley | دره کورنگال
The Korengal Valley, inhabited by the Pashai people of Afghanistan, is situated in the Pech district of Kunar province in eastern Afghanistan.
The valley has been dubbed the Valley of Death by American soldiers and Western media because of the high death toll surrounding civilian and U.S. forces casualties. Photographer Tim Hetherington has captured some spine-shivering moments where U.S. forces drop a white phosphorus bomb on a village (fourth photo from the top), and where a 500 pound bomb is dropped towards yet another village by U.S. forces (second photo from the bottom). [x]
In 2010, U.S. forces withdrew from the valley after a conclusion that “the United States had blundered into a blood feud with fierce and clannish villagers who wanted, above all, to be left alone”. [x] Artillery and airpower has time and again been proven to be counterproductive in dealing with insurgency because its use alienates the very population the U.S. is claiming to secure. In the end, the counterproductive Korengal Valley Campaign resulted in a Taliban takeover of the valley. [x]
The troops who patrolled the valley for five years regularly called for mortars containing white phosphorus to be fired to shield them from Taliban attack. Leaked documents have revealed more than a thousand reported instances where U.S.-led forces in Afghanistan have made extensive use of white phosphorus in densely-populated areas, like in one of the photographs above. [x] However, white phosphorus gassing was only a fraction of the violence that inflicted the valley—raids, airstrikes, combat, bombs and insurgent attacks were a part of the bigger picture.
“Everybody hates them in the valley. They shoot at people, they raid our houses and kill our women and children.”
—Haji Nizamuddin, a tribal elder from Korengal [x]
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