martininamerica:

manafromheaven:

cheetah-buttcup:

Rest in Peace, Robin Williams.

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ohmygod I just looked this up…..it’s real ohmygod I can’t believe it 

childhood hero to so many

rest in peace

the laughter you gave us will live on forever

t-werkkkk:

T-WERKKKK GIVEAWAY #5 -

  • Prize #1 - Gnar Bundle (Champion + Dino Gnar)
  • Prize #2 & #3 - Gnar (Champion only) OR Dino Gnar (IF you already own Gnar)

THE GIVEAWAY ENDS FRIDAY - August 8th 11:30 PM CST!

  • The prizes will be received on August 22nd (BECAUSE of the 2 week waiting period to gift a newly added friend!)
  • I will contact you via ask box (If there’s no response from you within 24 hours, I WILL choose a new winner to claim your prize)
  • Only 3 reblogs per day
  • Winner is chosen at random!

GOOOOD LUCK + HAPPPY REBLOGGING!

Nervous because my Honeybear is in Hawaii visiting his family and isn’t coming back here till the 11th and there’s two hurricanes that’s gonna hit the islands this weekend and I’m all kinds of worried.

i-am-mishafuckingcollins:

taco-marco:

staff:

starting today all blogs without the following image will be deleted within 24 hours

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i’m not even afraid of deletion. i just want this image on my blog

every time i see this post its a different picture and every time i reblog it solely for the picture

Pro Tip:

disco-kk:

Ur town is hella rad
Don’t change it to fit in
Change it to fit u

sansaspark:

magconbabe-matt:

This shit better work

HAH I REBLOGGED THIS LAST NIGHT AND LOOK WHAT I GOT FROM MY DAD TODAY OUT OF THE BLUE

kiteshi-s:

When u get carried through a dungeon

kiteshi-s:

When u get carried through a dungeon

motherfuckinoedipus:

saxypone:

fuchsiamae:

dextronoms:

bitches-im-balin:

bigbigtruck:

krudman:

I love this

"you come here often?"
"DWARVEN CRAAAFTS"

"hey baby did it hurt when you fell from heaven-"

"FAVOR THE BOW, EH? I’M A SWORD MAN MYSELF"

"hey let me buy you a drin-"

"LET ME GUESS: SOMEONE STOLE YOUR SWEET ROLL?"

"hey gorgeous-"

"I LIKE SHORTS! THEY’RE COMFY AND EASY TO WEAR!"

"hey beauti-"

"SOMETIMES, I DREAM ABOUT CHEESE"

”are you an angel becau-”

”Talos the Mighty! Talos the unerring! Talos the unassailable! To you we give Praise! We are but maggots writhing in the filth of our own corruption! While you have ascended from the dung of mortality, and now walk among the stars! But you were once man! Aye! And as man you said, “Let me show you the power of Talos Stormcrown, born of the North, where my breath is long winter. I breathe now in royalty and reshape this land which is mine. I do this for you, Red Legions, for I love you.”  Aye, love! Love! Even as man, great Talos cherished us. For he saw in us, in each of us, the future of Skyrim! The future of Tamriel! And there it is, friends! The ugly truth! We are the children of man! Talos is the true god of man! Ascended from flesh, to rule the realm of spirit! The very idea is inconceivable to our Elven overlords! Sharing the heavens with us? With man? Ha! They can barely tolerate our presence on earth! Today, they take away your faith. But what of tomorrow? What then? Do the elves take your homes? Your businesses? Your children? Your very lives? And what does the Empire do? Nothing! Nay, worse than nothing! The Imperial machine enforces the will of the Thalmor! Against its own people! So rise up! Rise up, children of the Empire! Rise up, Stormcloaks! Embrace the word of mighty Talos, he who is both man and Divine! For we are the children of man! And we shall inherit the heavens and earth! And we, not the Elves or their toadies, will rule Skyrim! Forever!”

"Hey Babe, lookin’ for a good time ;)?"

coronaplease:

Mabinogi Heroes | Arisha Prologue [x]

shoulderblades:

DOGS THAT ATE BEES i’m cryign

t-werkkkk:

T-WERKKKK GIVEAWAY #5 -

  • Prize #1 - Gnar Bundle (Champion + Dino Gnar)
  • Prize #2 & #3 - Gnar (Champion only) OR Dino Gnar (IF you already own Gnar)

THE GIVEAWAY ENDS FRIDAY - August 8th 11:30 PM CST!

  • The prizes will be received on August 22nd (BECAUSE of the 2 week waiting period to gift a newly added friend!)
  • I will contact you via ask box (If there’s no response from you within 24 hours, I WILL choose a new winner to claim your prize)
  • Only 3 reblogs per day
  • Winner is chosen at random!

GOOOOD LUCK + HAPPPY REBLOGGING!

It is complicated being Filipino

angryasiangirlsunited:

After seeing several submissions from fellow Filipinos, I thought I’d share my own experience growing up Filipino in America. Some of this may become ranty and incoherent, but hopefully I can reach those of you who have experienced something similar or at least can relate.

I remember when a Korean-American classmate in my orchestra class asked from what country in Asia my family came from. Of course, I said that I’m from the Philippines.

Lo and behold! His treatment of me changed from pleasant to utmost disdain. At the time, I did not understand why he suddenly didn’t want to interact with me anymore.

You see, back then (this was when I as 14/15 years old), I was very naïve and I thought Filipinos are just as Asian as all other Asians. I thought this way because both my parents instilled in me that we ARE Asians because of language, cultural, and political influence.

I did not know about the unspoken hierarchy that Filipinos were at the bottom of the Asian Hierarchy. Or were seen as “the wrong kind of Asian.”

And so, I wanted to really make friends with the other Asians at school, but I was often frustrated and ended up becoming a loner because I was often told these things:

“You’re too dark to be Asian.”

“You’re Pacific Islander because Philippines is an archipelago.”

“Your people do not have a clear cultural identity.”

“Filipinos are ‘Hispanic’ because they were colonized by Spain.”

Etc.

Well, it did not end there. The worst part was when it came to dating and I saw my Asian-American schoolmates dating fellow Asians (most of the ones who dated their fellow Asian Americans were the pale-skinned ones) and/or white people. 

I thought, “If they can date other Asians or white people, so can I!”

I was wrong.

So very wrong.

As a matter of fact, these guys, whether they were white or Asian American, won’t even look at me or see me as someone attractive, interesting, funny, and intelligent because all they saw is this dark-skinned girl from the Philippines.

At first, I couldn’t articulate why I was always felt so frustrated and dismissed or just seen as a place holder until they get their “Dream Asian Girl.”

Japanese girls were always at the top. Chinese and Korean girls were always a close second.

But I noticed Filipino girls were always some kind of “consolation prize” for these guys who can’t get a girl from the “East Asian Trifecta.”

Then it dawned on me that this is happening because I’m the “wrong” kind of Asian.  I do not belong in the hierarchy that was established by whatever powers that may be out there.

I completely resented it. And for the longest time, I hated being Filipino because my heritage is always the butt of jokes!

That routine from Donald Glover didn’t help: http://thisisnotpinoy.tumblr.com/post/32867024237

What Lucy Liu said on the David Letterman Show http://youtu.be/s5NCE71wV5s  didn’t help.

Why is being Filipino such a bad thing? Why is having a deep tan such a bad thing?

Why is having dark skin disqualifies Filipinos from being Asian?

Why is it so bad? Why do people hate us so much? Why do people not want us?

Even our own selves; we hate ourselves.

Growing up in the Philippines, the media that I saw had fair-skinned movie stars, news casters, and models. There were some dark-skinned actresses but they were few and far in between or they’re often type-casted as the punchline for the fair-skinned protagonist.

Then there’s an abundance of skin whitening products! How can we escape from this madness when we are deeply mired by our own self-hate?

I even hate myself to the point where I do not go outside in the sun, slather SPF100 and wear big sun hats so that I won’t become “too dark.”  I am also very guilty of being flattered when relatives tell me “Oh, you’ve become so fair-skinned, you’re so pretty!”

I’m a full-grown woman now but I still find myself being petty about not disclosing my cultural background to people and doing my best to look East Asian as much as possible.

And going back to interacting with white people, they just see Filipinos as “good servants.” Is that how we all are? We just exist to merely serve?

I’ve encountered the question “No, where are you REALLY from?” followed up by a mangled version of some Tagalog phrase they try to use on me to impress me?!

Oh, here’s another “classic” pick up line from white men. They’d tell me they were stationed in the Philippines for quite a few years and talk about how the hospitality of the people and how “docile and submissive” Filipino women are. Then they would even go as far as talk about how they were offered a Filipino bride to take home to America!

That truly annoys me to the Nth degree!

It’s really irritating, frustrating, and tiring battling my own self-hate, discrimination from white people, and then discrimination from fellow Asians.

It is really complicated, being Filipino. I see myself and identify myself as an autonomous Human Being and yet I am always reduced to a caricature of my culture and heritage—not just by other people, but by my own self, too.

Yes. Thank you. I agree with all of this :I 
When I was younger, I was very very tan. My Dad was naturally dark skinned and he tanned very easily, naturally I inherited that.

Here’s a side by side photo of me that I posted maybe a few months ago. The difference in my skin color is astounding.

I hated my skin and being dark, I began avoiding the sun as much as I possibly could (umbrellas, staying in doors, in cars, in buildings). I wanted my Mother’s skin, her fair and light complexion. I thought that she was the definition of perfect. I wore sunblock often and used skin lightening products, now I notice how hard I tried to change who I was. 

I’ve been called Hispanic and Mexican more times than I can even count. I’ve never known what to fill in during paperwork that asks what my ethnicity is because I’ve been told so many times that i’m “Pacific Islander” and at the same time my family tells me i’m “Asian”. 

I’m proud to be who I am though, despite all the jokes, all the confusion, all the self loathing. What’s important is that you really know what you came from and at the end of the day, if friends choose to ignore you and hate you or think that you arn’t beautiful the way you are - then were they really your friends to begin with?

I want 500 sweet and sour dipping sauces.

comboreversal:

puffpuffpeace:

baby baby baby 

This literally just crushed me.