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Hello lovelies! I go by the name Akira, and my blog is really just what I like, so you choose if you want to follow or not. Talk to me whenever you want to and so yeah, if you follow me, you can be assured I'll take a look! Anyways, see you around!
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snazziest:

this was no accident

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ashprincessmidna:

benepla:

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

BART IS NARUTO OMFG

LISA IS MIKASA HOW COOL IS THAT

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Anonymous requested Midair spin + knocking out the Avatar: Zaheer vs Azula

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provocatve:

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firedarms:

the-damn-internet-ruined-my-life:

fedorabro:

petilill:

*asexual laughter*

*homosexual laughter*

*bisexual considerate muttering* 

*pansexual self-arguing*

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creestalbreeze:

A young woman was restrained, force-fed and injected with cosmetics in a high street shop window as part of a hard-hitting protest against animal testing.

Jacqueline Traide was tortured in front of hundreds of horrified shoppers in a bid to raise awareness and end the practise.

The 24-year-old endured 10 hours of experiments, which included having her hair shaved and irritants squirted in her eyes, as part of a worldwide campaign by Lush Cosmetics and The Humane Society.

The disturbing stunt took place in Lush’s Regent Street store, one of the UK’s busiest shopping streets.

Jacqueline appeared genuinely terrified as she was pinned down on a bench and had her mouth stretched open with two metal hooks while a man in a white coat force-fed her until she choked and gagged.

The artist was also injected with numerous needles, had her skin braised and lotions and creams smeared across her face.

Passers-by were gobsmacked to see Jacqueline, a social sculpture student at Oxford Brookes University, forced to have a section of her head shaved.

The gruesome spectacle aimed to highlight the cruelty inflicted on animals during cosmetic laboratory tests and raise awareness that animal testing is still a common practise.

The Humane Society International and Lush Cosmetics have joined forces to launch the largest-ever global campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics.

The campaign, launched to coincide with World Week for Animals in Laboratories, is being rolled out simultaneously in over 700 Lush Ltd shops across forty-seven countries including the United States, Canada, India, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Russia.

Lush campaign manager Tamsin Omond said: “The ironic thing is that if it was a beagle in the window and we were doing all these things to it, we’d have the police and RSPCA here in minutes.

“But somewhere in the world, this kind of thing is happening to an animal every few seconds on average.

“The difference is, it’s normally hidden. We need to remind people it is still going on.”

For more information about the campaign, visit www.fightinganimaltesting.com

I HOPE EVERYONE READS THIS AND REBLOGS IT!

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sherlockisthenight:

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deppsex:

but why would you even give him the waterbed

he had scissors

for hands

scissors

I LOVE HOW THIS DOESN’T EVEN MENTION WHAT IT’S ABOUT BUT EVERYONE KNOWS.

who else has fucking scissors for hands

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grinderman2:

*white person on anon voice* so how can you say that white people can’t experience racism if i was beaten to death every day in school by my black classmates for being the ONLY white person at my school? and before you ask, YES i am black…

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nohetero-superpotterlock:

this movie was actally great

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fucknosexistcostumes:

"The hyper-sexualization of little girls and their bodies, as a mother, really bothers me. It plays into the sexualization of their bodies into their teenager years and adult life. It makes them grow up faster than they need to. Let them be little girls, have fun, be able to play in the playground and not worry about going on the monkey bars because someone’s going to see their underwear. Something like this constricts their movements, which affects the way they play."

Jenny Reid, a volunteer firefighter with Langford Fire Rescue, says the costume is not only offensive to women in her field, it’s also damaging to the self-esteem of little girls.

"That costume is awful and it sends the wrong message," she says. "It reinforces that there are still jobs that are off-limits to women. It’s not a representation of the real job. Little girls can do whatever they want. They shouldn’t be restricted. Those types of costumes put so many limitations on them. They don’t build the self-esteem and confidence you need to be a firefighter or police officer." " [x]

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littleblackbirduponmyroof:

POW!

If you guys didn’t want to be bothered with us, should’ve left us the fuck alone! lol They couldn’t resist us, and still can’t.

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marinashutup:

marinashutup:

i don’t get why arguments against wearing tight/revealing clothing are that “it leaves nothing to the imagination”

bro who cares about the way you imagine my body, this is what it factually looks like so fuck off

like you’re literally saying that your interpretation of my body is more important than, like, my actual body

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pleatedjeans:

15 Twitter Jokes Everyone Should Read

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