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awidesetvagina:

this is still the best story ever told at a talk show

Lee Fields & The Expressions - Ladies

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Watch "Y.O.U - Heavy Crown (Shazam for free download)" on YouTube   

Y.O.U - Heavy Crown


Infectious. This’ll blow up soon!

Why are musicians seemingly obsessed with the idea of branding themselves with triangles/upside down triangles. I mean, I thought that those symbols were resonant of the illuminati, etc…. This use of one geometric shape is getting really banal. Why not ask your graphic designer to contort your name into a double helix for your t-shirts. This will demonstrate a better metaphor of how music is a part of your DNA, ingrained in your body as the genetics of sound. 

pleatedjeans:

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huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES

The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.

Watch the machine in action here.

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Develop a healthy relationship with food. If you’re hungry, eat. If you’re full, don’t eat. Eat vegetables to be good to your body, but eat ice cream to be good to your soul.

Take pictures of yourself frequently. Chronicle your life. Selfies are completely underrated. Even if the pictures are unflattering, keep them anyway. There will always be mountains and cities and buildings, but you will never look the same way as you did in that one moment in time.

Your worth does not depend on how desirable someone finds you. Spend less time in front of the mirror and more time with people who make you feel beautiful.

Close doors. Don’t hold onto things that no longer brings you happiness and do not help you grow as a person. It is okay to walk away from toxic relationships. You are not weak for letting go.

Forgive yourself. We all have something in our pasts that we are ashamed of, but they only weigh us down if we allow them to. Make amends with the old you and work every day to become the person that you’ve always wanted to be.
Tina Tran, Tips to being a happier you  (via exoticwild)

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His limited English was mistaken, as it so often is by people who have never been outside their own country, for a limited knowledge of things.
— The Foreign Student—Susan Choi (via anemptyspace)

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