21 9 / 2014

popbingbangbong:

Rickshaw in Pakistan depicts symbols representing Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism and Christianity. Under it says “Hum sab ka Pakistan.” Translation is roughly: “Pakistan belongs to all of us” 

Retrieved from @NataliaTariq87 on Twitter

popbingbangbong:

Rickshaw in Pakistan depicts symbols representing Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism and Christianity. Under it says “Hum sab ka Pakistan.” Translation is roughly: “Pakistan belongs to all of us”

Retrieved from @NataliaTariq87 on Twitter

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21 9 / 2014

biscuitmango:

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I really like this gif because Stitch does that little squinty thing that animals do when they’re really happy and relaxed and you can tell that he’s having such a superb time playing that little ukulele

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21 9 / 2014

llieo:

holy fuck we have our windows open and we heard a blood curling scream so naturally I went to look out the window because wow is someone getting stabbed?? and it is just my neighbour on his knees staring at a KFC chicken bucket spilt all over his driveway

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21 9 / 2014

bequilles:

prettylittle-timebomb:

So I have always been extremely embarrassed that my left ear is deaf. I tried to hide it in every way possible. It made me feel broken and useless, especially listening and playing music. My original idea was to put music notes behind my ear, but for some reason the idea just didn’t feel quite right considering I couldn’t hear said music. I came up with the mute symbol idea because lately I have learned to embrace my deafness. I tend to joke around that my left ear is like my mute button when I want to ignore someone. Now I am no longer ashamed and find strength in the humor of my tattoo.

That is pretty great.

bequilles:

prettylittle-timebomb:

So I have always been extremely embarrassed that my left ear is deaf. I tried to hide it in every way possible. It made me feel broken and useless, especially listening and playing music. My original idea was to put music notes behind my ear, but for some reason the idea just didn’t feel quite right considering I couldn’t hear said music. I came up with the mute symbol idea because lately I have learned to embrace my deafness. I tend to joke around that my left ear is like my mute button when I want to ignore someone. Now I am no longer ashamed and find strength in the humor of my tattoo.

That is pretty great.

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21 9 / 2014

thingsfortwwings:

[Image: A pinup image of Peggy Carter, the Captain America shield propped in front of her.]

weearts:

Agent Carter pinup sketch! Friend suggested I do a pinup to fit the time period, so I came up with this. This one took a little longer than my usual sketch, but I wanted it to look right! Again, can’t wait for the show!! Enjoy and Thankyou for looking!

thingsfortwwings:

[Image: A pinup image of Peggy Carter, the Captain America shield propped in front of her.]

weearts:

Agent Carter pinup sketch! Friend suggested I do a pinup to fit the time period, so I came up with this. This one took a little longer than my usual sketch, but I wanted it to look right! Again, can’t wait for the show!! Enjoy and Thankyou for looking!

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21 9 / 2014

niente-dal:

itsonlythefirstdraft:

…but not being sure if you’re ready to start:
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NOT HAVING ANYTHING PLANNED

WRITING ANYWAY

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21 9 / 2014

knot-all-men:

IT’S SCOTT MCCALL’S BIRTHDAY!

And in honour of our favourite alpha, we’ve decided to offer up some gifts.

To enter:

Reblog this post and enter your URL here. Following tumblr’s rules, you have to be 18 to participate.

8 Winners will be chosen randomly at the end of September!

Up for grabs is:

1. Scott McCall Beacon Hills Hoodie from rustypolished
2. Teen Wolf Tea Sampler by daunt
3. A Joe Corroney Teen Wolf Print donated by notanotherteenwolfpodcast
4. Commissioned Artwork by hydrae/foxkings
5. Commissioned Artwork by komisaari/kommissarien
6. Teen Wolf pencil case designed by daunt, Not Another Teen Wolf Podcast buttons and stickers designed by daunt and donated by notanotherteenwolfpodcast
7. Scott McCall Defense Squad T-Shirt or Mug or Tote Bag by vulcains/knot-all-men
8. Any chosen print by vulcains/knot-all-men
In addition to this there is: 
9. A WOLFPACK ticket to The Bite Convention!! This is separate, and to enter for the ticket all you need to do is create Scott centric fanworks and tag them #scottys bday. It can be anything - art, fic, fanmixes, meta, poetry, graphics, gifs - just as long as Scott is featured. The winner will be chosen randomly at the end of September! :)

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21 9 / 2014

21 9 / 2014

kemetic-dreams:

Kentake Page Today we remember Mexico’s President of African descent, Vicente Guerrero officially abolishing the Maafa (slavery) in Mexico on September 16, 1829. The Maafa was banned soon after Mexico won its independence in 1821, but it was not officially abolished until 1829.
The existence of Afro-Mexicans was officially affirmed in the 1990s when the Mexican government acknowledged Africa as Mexico’s “third root”. But Mexico’s real history shows the African presence in the country going back thousands of years.
Image: “Gathering of African Towns” by Mario Guzmán Oliveres (b. 1975), 2004. National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection.
Read more:http://newafricanmagazine.com/africas-lost-tribe-in-mexico/#sthash.peM9C9fh.dpuf

kemetic-dreams:

Kentake Page
Today we remember Mexico’s President of African descent, Vicente Guerrero officially abolishing the Maafa (slavery) in Mexico on September 16, 1829. The Maafa was banned soon after Mexico won its independence in 1821, but it was not officially abolished until 1829.

The existence of Afro-Mexicans was officially affirmed in the 1990s when the Mexican government acknowledged Africa as Mexico’s “third root”. But Mexico’s real history shows the African presence in the country going back thousands of years.

Image: “Gathering of African Towns” by Mario Guzmán Oliveres (b. 1975), 2004. National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection.

Read more:
http://newafricanmagazine.com/africas-lost-tribe-in-mexico/#sthash.peM9C9fh.dpuf

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21 9 / 2014