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Humaira (hoo·my·ruh).
harry styles gives me anxiety

direct-news:

Harry is holding a little boy!

"I spent like 10 years of my life pretending to fly around on a broomstick and you’re asking me if preparing for a love scene was ‘tricky’ because the other person also had a penis?"

Daniel Radcliffe  (via deanpendragon)

troylermakingout:

accioabaddon:

castielsteenwolf:

im not sure whats happening but i like it alot

Reblogging for science

yes this looks very important 

sex-thrill:

my blog will make you horny ;)

b-ak3d:

socially—inadequate:

trips-ahoy:

setbabiesonfire:

britt-titts:

wtf

Cool guy has chill day.

Holy shit Im crying omfg asdfghjk

this needed to be on my blog.

its baaacckkk yess!!!! LMFAO best video

2011fringeboy:

theo: [refuses to eat his vegetables]

greg: the fame has destroyed my family…..

icecooly94:

ibroketheuniverse:

sleepcastiel:

hazelshaw:

Celebrities doing the ALS ice bucket challenge

wow im really happy that all of these wealthy people would prefer doing this than donating money to a charity that will save lives

Okay, I’m a stop you right there. Yes, the basis of the challenge is dump water on your head or donate. But what this challenge is meant to do is RAISE AWARENESS. People who see this end up wondering and then learning what ALS is. And who better to spread the message than celebrities?

People who do the challenge are also still asked to make a donation, and to pass on the challenge. This is good. These celebrities are raising awareness, spreading the message, and probably still donating. But hey, they’re horrible people because they participated in this right? It would ‘ve been better if they wrote a check and never told anyone about it at all.

fun reminder that lady gaga also did this and then donated $10,000 to the foundation and i doubt she’s the only one to do that so pls chill

umbrie1:

postwhitesociety:

xxrhian:

this makes me sooo sick. 

and that second headline reads as if michael shot the officer

Take notes. There’s a reason they use the language they do when talking about a black person being shot versus a white person.
It is worded to evoke certain imagery in our minds. Why do you think these headlines say “black man shot by police after struggle” versus “unarmed teenager shot multiple times by officers”. Notice the choice of language. What do you think of when you hear a black man struggled with police before he was shot? You assume he was being aggressive and initiated the conflict. But that is far from what happened with Michael Brown. He was walking down the street with his friend, another unarmed teenager. Think about this. Think about what you read/hear from the media before you think you know the story.

myspacequeen:

jesussbabymomma:

WHO IS HE

apparently he’s Alfie Kittle

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