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where'd you stash your 'stache?

self-aggrandizing and/or pseudo-intellectual musings.
trashy tv. puppies. politics. funny stuff. musicals.

nothing too serious happens here.

There is magic in long-distance friendships. They let you relate to other human beings in a way that goes beyond being physically together and is often more profound.

—Diana Cortes (via sidebraids)

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So accurate.

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Good for you, bro. [twocentslice]

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I know that there are times when you feel like you’re too much. Times when you wonder whether people would be better off without you in their lives. Times when you wonder whether you would be better off if you were someone different. Someone less intrusive. Less sensitive. Less vocal. Someone more acceptable. More tolerable.Someone easier. I understand that it’s so hard to drown out the voice telling you that there’s something wrong with who you are, but I need you to trust that you aren’t too much. I need you to trust that you deserve to be here. You don’t ever have to shrink or disappear for the sake of anyone else. You’re allowed to be immense and loud and open. You’re allowed to be unpalatable and unapologetic and uneasily defined. You’re allowed to use your voice and speak your truth. And more than anything, you’re allowed to take up space. Not despite who you are, but because of it. Because even though you might not always be able to see it, you have so many wonderful things to contribute to this world. Because you exist and therefore, you matter. Even when you’re struggling. Even when you’re difficult. Even when some people find you to be too much — you’re enough and you matter.

— —Daniell Koepke (via onherway)


Inches? I thought we were rating them on hotness.

Jaclyn’s post is amazing and important, and all of you should read it right away, but I also just want to add that it made me think of this scene. 

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A heckler threw her shoe at Hillary Clinton during her talk in Vegas.


She’s lucky I wasn’t there.  I would’ve handled that for Hillary.

Our Future President, ladies and gentlemen.

Why does that look like Buckwild from Flava of Love?

You must be new here.

I’ll tell you what I’m tired of hearing? That somehow or other we’re too emotional when we talk. You know, when we raise an issue, we’re too emotional. Well, I am emotional… It brings tears to my eyes to know how women every, single day are working so hard and are getting paid less. It makes me emotional to hear that. Then, when I hear all of these phony reasons — some are mean and some are meaningless — I do get emotional. I get angry, I get outraged, I get volcanic.

Sen. Barbara Mikulski  on the gender pay gap and whether she’s too emotional about it.    (via mavieenrose)

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