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a-joshifer-shipper:

mockingjace:

ennobaria:

Jennifer about the fans

#her bodyguard tho

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"You all need jesus."

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team-lads-in-the-tardis:

i cant stop laughing help
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shakespearean-rose:

phyerfly:

"Those people with stretched ears and tattoos are all bad news."

107,000 NOTES IS NOT ENOUGH.

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tentacuddles:

soul-of-space:

itsy8itchyspider:

lowhp:

I haven’t watched the Pokemon anime in years, so I have no idea what is going on in this photoset.

What

That’s Jesse and James with an inkay dressed as pikachu

Jesse and James in competent disguises good enough to fool pokemon fans.

it’s finally happened, guys.

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bookipsies:

awwww-cute:

My friends corgi fell asleep in class

What fucking willy wonka school do these people go to where they can bring FUCKING SLEEPY PUPPIES

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theseductivemexican:

akapale:

lanactrlaltdelrey:

straight guys in gay porn like “ive never had a dick in me before”

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I AM FUCKING CRYING OH MY GOD

HAHAHA

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donutsornonuts:

We are gathered here today because SOMEBODY *glares at coffin* couldn’t stay alive.

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earthmellow:

So people think the Heel-less shoe is a new thing? That Lady Gaga was the first to bring them to life?

really? THINK AGAIN~!

Lemme Tell you about Celia Cruz (A Cuban salsa Singer/Dancer from the 1950s) and her breathtaking "one of a kind" Shoes.

Celia Cruz was one of the most popular salsa dancers/singers in her time she earned twenty three gold albums and was known as the “Salsa Queen” and “The Queen of Latin Music” as well as "La Guarachera de Cuba".

Her career started in 1950 and ended in 2002, she died of brain cancer in 2003.

for one, these shoes, unlike the heel-less today doesn’t have major bulk in the front to keep the weight their, this woman was walking and dancing on her toes and not falling on her bum like most girls do today (mind she probably did, but practice makes perfect).

in their Time These shoes seemed as through she was walking on air, floating off the ground where only her toes were able to touch the ground, as if they were the only thing holding her down instead of floating away.

people were mesmarized by these, both past and present.

and in Frances Negrón-Muntaner’s Chapter 4 section in “From Banana to Buttocks” called “Celia’s Shoes” brings wonder to it all really. The whole chapter of the book is about her shoes and how influencing she was and they were in the United States and Latina media culture. really this man’s words are so passionate about the shoes it’s amazing.

seriously this woman was pretty cool, and her shoes were one of a kind in that era.

not to mention those shoes are now at the Smithsonian

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