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"I’m the jealous type . You wanna know why? Because we started off as “just friends” too"

- Frank Ocean (via theparkerthompson)

(via blackgirlsrpretty2)

     
    Aug 31              
 
 
 
lifehackable:

More Anti Rape Hacks Here
               
    Aug 31              
 
 
   
singwithme2397:

the horror and concentration on his face
singwithme2397:

the horror and concentration on his face
singwithme2397:

the horror and concentration on his face
             
    Aug 31  

singwithme2397:

the horror and concentration on his face

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"If you’re the smartest person in the room, you’re in the wrong room"

- (via metalhearted)

(Source: metalhearted, via tenthof-july)

     
    Aug 31              
 
 
             

Anonymous said: Us white guys (usually) don't have game cause our women are as basic as making a glass of water

black--lamb:

No he didn’t! Not all tho

   
    Aug 30              
 
 
 
Running errands waiting for this wash n go to fully dry! I’m digging my shrinkage. It’s giving the illusion of a dope hair cut. #naturalhair #staycation #nyc #naturallyshesdope #teamnatural
               
    Aug 30  

Running errands waiting for this wash n go to fully dry! I’m digging my shrinkage. It’s giving the illusion of a dope hair cut. #naturalhair #staycation #nyc #naturallyshesdope #teamnatural

           
 
 
           

"…You got it tho."

- Ending an argument with someone who can’t comprehend what you’re saying. (via blackproverbs)

(via theedark-knight)

     
    Aug 29              
 
 
   
sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.


Shots fired

was that word play
sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.


Shots fired

was that word play
sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.


Shots fired

was that word play
sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.


Shots fired

was that word play
sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.


Shots fired

was that word play
sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.


Shots fired

was that word play
sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.


Shots fired

was that word play
sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.


Shots fired

was that word play
sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.


Shots fired

was that word play
             
    Aug 29  

sombrerowarrior:

chocolvatefrosting:

sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

Shots fired

was that word play

(via thirsty-roots)

           
 
 
 
               
    Aug 29  

(via style-maven)

           
 
 
           

"The most important thing you can give someone is your attention."

- my psychology professor  (via foxgrl)

(Source: pinchers, via damnyoulauren)

     
    Aug 29              
 
 
   
healthfitnesshumour:

Stretches For A Flexible Back
Flexibility in your back is important for many sports, including gymnastics. Increasing your flexibility can only be accomplished over time and can be a very difficult or very easy task depending on your body type. All of these stretches have many names and are found in many disciplines, and they will all help increase your flexibility. I quickly run through all these stretches and boy do they feel good on the back.
1. Pike Stretch - Sit on the floor with legs straight in front of you. Lean forward and try to touch your toes. This stretches both the hamstrings, leg muscles, and the lower back. To make this more difficult, keep your back completely straight as you lean over.
2. Standing Pike Stretch -While standing erect, bend forward at the waist and reach towards the ground. Bend forward far enough to feel a comfortable stretch in the back and legs.
3. Camel Pose - While standing or kneeling with your feet (or knees) shoulder width apart push your hips forward and lean back until you feel a stretch. This can be done with or without supporting yourself with your hands.
4. Cat Stretch - Kneel with your arms on the floor in front of you shoulder width apart. Push your spine to the ceiling and hold, then push your spine down and lift your head.
5. Advanced Cat Stretch - Do an advanced cat stretch. Start as with the cat stretch, but slowly slide your arms forward on the mat while arching your back until you get your shoulders to touch the ground.
6. Seal Stretch - Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent and hands by your sides. Slowly straighten your arms and tilt your head back.
7. Basket Stretch - While on your stomach, bend your knees and reach behind you to grab your ankles. Lift up up with your arms and feet. 
TIPS: 

Don’t force your back to bend too far; it could cause major damage. Start off with small back stretches and work your way up. Stay safe!


It’s important to remember to begin stretching slowly to ensure your muscles don’t become too sore.


Make a goal for how flexible you want to become. When you achieve your goal, celebrate and set a new one.


Don’t push it. Your back isn’t going to become flexible over night.


Do exercises to strengthen and stretch your stomach muscles. Your back and stomach work together, so what you do for one will effect the other.


Not everyone has a very flexible back, practice frequently for 15 or 30 minute sessions.


Decide what stretches are best for you and how often you will do them. If you always do the same stretches every day it will get boring, change it up a bit and you will be more likely to continue.

(Source)
healthfitnesshumour:

Stretches For A Flexible Back
Flexibility in your back is important for many sports, including gymnastics. Increasing your flexibility can only be accomplished over time and can be a very difficult or very easy task depending on your body type. All of these stretches have many names and are found in many disciplines, and they will all help increase your flexibility. I quickly run through all these stretches and boy do they feel good on the back.
1. Pike Stretch - Sit on the floor with legs straight in front of you. Lean forward and try to touch your toes. This stretches both the hamstrings, leg muscles, and the lower back. To make this more difficult, keep your back completely straight as you lean over.
2. Standing Pike Stretch -While standing erect, bend forward at the waist and reach towards the ground. Bend forward far enough to feel a comfortable stretch in the back and legs.
3. Camel Pose - While standing or kneeling with your feet (or knees) shoulder width apart push your hips forward and lean back until you feel a stretch. This can be done with or without supporting yourself with your hands.
4. Cat Stretch - Kneel with your arms on the floor in front of you shoulder width apart. Push your spine to the ceiling and hold, then push your spine down and lift your head.
5. Advanced Cat Stretch - Do an advanced cat stretch. Start as with the cat stretch, but slowly slide your arms forward on the mat while arching your back until you get your shoulders to touch the ground.
6. Seal Stretch - Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent and hands by your sides. Slowly straighten your arms and tilt your head back.
7. Basket Stretch - While on your stomach, bend your knees and reach behind you to grab your ankles. Lift up up with your arms and feet. 
TIPS: 

Don’t force your back to bend too far; it could cause major damage. Start off with small back stretches and work your way up. Stay safe!


It’s important to remember to begin stretching slowly to ensure your muscles don’t become too sore.


Make a goal for how flexible you want to become. When you achieve your goal, celebrate and set a new one.


Don’t push it. Your back isn’t going to become flexible over night.


Do exercises to strengthen and stretch your stomach muscles. Your back and stomach work together, so what you do for one will effect the other.


Not everyone has a very flexible back, practice frequently for 15 or 30 minute sessions.


Decide what stretches are best for you and how often you will do them. If you always do the same stretches every day it will get boring, change it up a bit and you will be more likely to continue.

(Source)
healthfitnesshumour:

Stretches For A Flexible Back
Flexibility in your back is important for many sports, including gymnastics. Increasing your flexibility can only be accomplished over time and can be a very difficult or very easy task depending on your body type. All of these stretches have many names and are found in many disciplines, and they will all help increase your flexibility. I quickly run through all these stretches and boy do they feel good on the back.
1. Pike Stretch - Sit on the floor with legs straight in front of you. Lean forward and try to touch your toes. This stretches both the hamstrings, leg muscles, and the lower back. To make this more difficult, keep your back completely straight as you lean over.
2. Standing Pike Stretch -While standing erect, bend forward at the waist and reach towards the ground. Bend forward far enough to feel a comfortable stretch in the back and legs.
3. Camel Pose - While standing or kneeling with your feet (or knees) shoulder width apart push your hips forward and lean back until you feel a stretch. This can be done with or without supporting yourself with your hands.
4. Cat Stretch - Kneel with your arms on the floor in front of you shoulder width apart. Push your spine to the ceiling and hold, then push your spine down and lift your head.
5. Advanced Cat Stretch - Do an advanced cat stretch. Start as with the cat stretch, but slowly slide your arms forward on the mat while arching your back until you get your shoulders to touch the ground.
6. Seal Stretch - Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent and hands by your sides. Slowly straighten your arms and tilt your head back.
7. Basket Stretch - While on your stomach, bend your knees and reach behind you to grab your ankles. Lift up up with your arms and feet. 
TIPS: 

Don’t force your back to bend too far; it could cause major damage. Start off with small back stretches and work your way up. Stay safe!


It’s important to remember to begin stretching slowly to ensure your muscles don’t become too sore.


Make a goal for how flexible you want to become. When you achieve your goal, celebrate and set a new one.


Don’t push it. Your back isn’t going to become flexible over night.


Do exercises to strengthen and stretch your stomach muscles. Your back and stomach work together, so what you do for one will effect the other.


Not everyone has a very flexible back, practice frequently for 15 or 30 minute sessions.


Decide what stretches are best for you and how often you will do them. If you always do the same stretches every day it will get boring, change it up a bit and you will be more likely to continue.

(Source)
healthfitnesshumour:

Stretches For A Flexible Back
Flexibility in your back is important for many sports, including gymnastics. Increasing your flexibility can only be accomplished over time and can be a very difficult or very easy task depending on your body type. All of these stretches have many names and are found in many disciplines, and they will all help increase your flexibility. I quickly run through all these stretches and boy do they feel good on the back.
1. Pike Stretch - Sit on the floor with legs straight in front of you. Lean forward and try to touch your toes. This stretches both the hamstrings, leg muscles, and the lower back. To make this more difficult, keep your back completely straight as you lean over.
2. Standing Pike Stretch -While standing erect, bend forward at the waist and reach towards the ground. Bend forward far enough to feel a comfortable stretch in the back and legs.
3. Camel Pose - While standing or kneeling with your feet (or knees) shoulder width apart push your hips forward and lean back until you feel a stretch. This can be done with or without supporting yourself with your hands.
4. Cat Stretch - Kneel with your arms on the floor in front of you shoulder width apart. Push your spine to the ceiling and hold, then push your spine down and lift your head.
5. Advanced Cat Stretch - Do an advanced cat stretch. Start as with the cat stretch, but slowly slide your arms forward on the mat while arching your back until you get your shoulders to touch the ground.
6. Seal Stretch - Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent and hands by your sides. Slowly straighten your arms and tilt your head back.
7. Basket Stretch - While on your stomach, bend your knees and reach behind you to grab your ankles. Lift up up with your arms and feet. 
TIPS: 

Don’t force your back to bend too far; it could cause major damage. Start off with small back stretches and work your way up. Stay safe!


It’s important to remember to begin stretching slowly to ensure your muscles don’t become too sore.


Make a goal for how flexible you want to become. When you achieve your goal, celebrate and set a new one.


Don’t push it. Your back isn’t going to become flexible over night.


Do exercises to strengthen and stretch your stomach muscles. Your back and stomach work together, so what you do for one will effect the other.


Not everyone has a very flexible back, practice frequently for 15 or 30 minute sessions.


Decide what stretches are best for you and how often you will do them. If you always do the same stretches every day it will get boring, change it up a bit and you will be more likely to continue.

(Source)
healthfitnesshumour:

Stretches For A Flexible Back
Flexibility in your back is important for many sports, including gymnastics. Increasing your flexibility can only be accomplished over time and can be a very difficult or very easy task depending on your body type. All of these stretches have many names and are found in many disciplines, and they will all help increase your flexibility. I quickly run through all these stretches and boy do they feel good on the back.
1. Pike Stretch - Sit on the floor with legs straight in front of you. Lean forward and try to touch your toes. This stretches both the hamstrings, leg muscles, and the lower back. To make this more difficult, keep your back completely straight as you lean over.
2. Standing Pike Stretch -While standing erect, bend forward at the waist and reach towards the ground. Bend forward far enough to feel a comfortable stretch in the back and legs.
3. Camel Pose - While standing or kneeling with your feet (or knees) shoulder width apart push your hips forward and lean back until you feel a stretch. This can be done with or without supporting yourself with your hands.
4. Cat Stretch - Kneel with your arms on the floor in front of you shoulder width apart. Push your spine to the ceiling and hold, then push your spine down and lift your head.
5. Advanced Cat Stretch - Do an advanced cat stretch. Start as with the cat stretch, but slowly slide your arms forward on the mat while arching your back until you get your shoulders to touch the ground.
6. Seal Stretch - Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent and hands by your sides. Slowly straighten your arms and tilt your head back.
7. Basket Stretch - While on your stomach, bend your knees and reach behind you to grab your ankles. Lift up up with your arms and feet. 
TIPS: 

Don’t force your back to bend too far; it could cause major damage. Start off with small back stretches and work your way up. Stay safe!


It’s important to remember to begin stretching slowly to ensure your muscles don’t become too sore.


Make a goal for how flexible you want to become. When you achieve your goal, celebrate and set a new one.


Don’t push it. Your back isn’t going to become flexible over night.


Do exercises to strengthen and stretch your stomach muscles. Your back and stomach work together, so what you do for one will effect the other.


Not everyone has a very flexible back, practice frequently for 15 or 30 minute sessions.


Decide what stretches are best for you and how often you will do them. If you always do the same stretches every day it will get boring, change it up a bit and you will be more likely to continue.

(Source)
healthfitnesshumour:

Stretches For A Flexible Back
Flexibility in your back is important for many sports, including gymnastics. Increasing your flexibility can only be accomplished over time and can be a very difficult or very easy task depending on your body type. All of these stretches have many names and are found in many disciplines, and they will all help increase your flexibility. I quickly run through all these stretches and boy do they feel good on the back.
1. Pike Stretch - Sit on the floor with legs straight in front of you. Lean forward and try to touch your toes. This stretches both the hamstrings, leg muscles, and the lower back. To make this more difficult, keep your back completely straight as you lean over.
2. Standing Pike Stretch -While standing erect, bend forward at the waist and reach towards the ground. Bend forward far enough to feel a comfortable stretch in the back and legs.
3. Camel Pose - While standing or kneeling with your feet (or knees) shoulder width apart push your hips forward and lean back until you feel a stretch. This can be done with or without supporting yourself with your hands.
4. Cat Stretch - Kneel with your arms on the floor in front of you shoulder width apart. Push your spine to the ceiling and hold, then push your spine down and lift your head.
5. Advanced Cat Stretch - Do an advanced cat stretch. Start as with the cat stretch, but slowly slide your arms forward on the mat while arching your back until you get your shoulders to touch the ground.
6. Seal Stretch - Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent and hands by your sides. Slowly straighten your arms and tilt your head back.
7. Basket Stretch - While on your stomach, bend your knees and reach behind you to grab your ankles. Lift up up with your arms and feet. 
TIPS: 

Don’t force your back to bend too far; it could cause major damage. Start off with small back stretches and work your way up. Stay safe!


It’s important to remember to begin stretching slowly to ensure your muscles don’t become too sore.


Make a goal for how flexible you want to become. When you achieve your goal, celebrate and set a new one.


Don’t push it. Your back isn’t going to become flexible over night.


Do exercises to strengthen and stretch your stomach muscles. Your back and stomach work together, so what you do for one will effect the other.


Not everyone has a very flexible back, practice frequently for 15 or 30 minute sessions.


Decide what stretches are best for you and how often you will do them. If you always do the same stretches every day it will get boring, change it up a bit and you will be more likely to continue.

(Source)
healthfitnesshumour:

Stretches For A Flexible Back
Flexibility in your back is important for many sports, including gymnastics. Increasing your flexibility can only be accomplished over time and can be a very difficult or very easy task depending on your body type. All of these stretches have many names and are found in many disciplines, and they will all help increase your flexibility. I quickly run through all these stretches and boy do they feel good on the back.
1. Pike Stretch - Sit on the floor with legs straight in front of you. Lean forward and try to touch your toes. This stretches both the hamstrings, leg muscles, and the lower back. To make this more difficult, keep your back completely straight as you lean over.
2. Standing Pike Stretch -While standing erect, bend forward at the waist and reach towards the ground. Bend forward far enough to feel a comfortable stretch in the back and legs.
3. Camel Pose - While standing or kneeling with your feet (or knees) shoulder width apart push your hips forward and lean back until you feel a stretch. This can be done with or without supporting yourself with your hands.
4. Cat Stretch - Kneel with your arms on the floor in front of you shoulder width apart. Push your spine to the ceiling and hold, then push your spine down and lift your head.
5. Advanced Cat Stretch - Do an advanced cat stretch. Start as with the cat stretch, but slowly slide your arms forward on the mat while arching your back until you get your shoulders to touch the ground.
6. Seal Stretch - Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent and hands by your sides. Slowly straighten your arms and tilt your head back.
7. Basket Stretch - While on your stomach, bend your knees and reach behind you to grab your ankles. Lift up up with your arms and feet. 
TIPS: 

Don’t force your back to bend too far; it could cause major damage. Start off with small back stretches and work your way up. Stay safe!


It’s important to remember to begin stretching slowly to ensure your muscles don’t become too sore.


Make a goal for how flexible you want to become. When you achieve your goal, celebrate and set a new one.


Don’t push it. Your back isn’t going to become flexible over night.


Do exercises to strengthen and stretch your stomach muscles. Your back and stomach work together, so what you do for one will effect the other.


Not everyone has a very flexible back, practice frequently for 15 or 30 minute sessions.


Decide what stretches are best for you and how often you will do them. If you always do the same stretches every day it will get boring, change it up a bit and you will be more likely to continue.

(Source)
             
    Aug 29  

healthfitnesshumour:

Stretches For A Flexible Back

Flexibility in your back is important for many sports, including gymnastics. Increasing your flexibility can only be accomplished over time and can be a very difficult or very easy task depending on your body type. All of these stretches have many names and are found in many disciplines, and they will all help increase your flexibility. I quickly run through all these stretches and boy do they feel good on the back.

1. Pike Stretch - Sit on the floor with legs straight in front of you. Lean forward and try to touch your toes. This stretches both the hamstrings, leg muscles, and the lower back. To make this more difficult, keep your back completely straight as you lean over.

2. Standing Pike Stretch -While standing erect, bend forward at the waist and reach towards the ground. Bend forward far enough to feel a comfortable stretch in the back and legs.

3. Camel Pose - While standing or kneeling with your feet (or knees) shoulder width apart push your hips forward and lean back until you feel a stretch. This can be done with or without supporting yourself with your hands.

4. Cat Stretch - Kneel with your arms on the floor in front of you shoulder width apart. Push your spine to the ceiling and hold, then push your spine down and lift your head.

5. Advanced Cat Stretch - Do an advanced cat stretch. Start as with the cat stretch, but slowly slide your arms forward on the mat while arching your back until you get your shoulders to touch the ground.

6. Seal Stretch - Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent and hands by your sides. Slowly straighten your arms and tilt your head back.

7. Basket Stretch - While on your stomach, bend your knees and reach behind you to grab your ankles. Lift up up with your arms and feet. 

TIPS: 

  • Don’t force your back to bend too far; it could cause major damage. Start off with small back stretches and work your way up. Stay safe!

  • It’s important to remember to begin stretching slowly to ensure your muscles don’t become too sore.

  • Make a goal for how flexible you want to become. When you achieve your goal, celebrate and set a new one.

  • Don’t push it. Your back isn’t going to become flexible over night.

  • Do exercises to strengthen and stretch your stomach muscles. Your back and stomach work together, so what you do for one will effect the other.

  • Not everyone has a very flexible back, practice frequently for 15 or 30 minute sessions.

  • Decide what stretches are best for you and how often you will do them. If you always do the same stretches every day it will get boring, change it up a bit and you will be more likely to continue.

(Source)

(via heyfranhey)

           
 
 
 
ofmicnmen:

radical-vibration:

itsmemacleod:

kidxforever:

jamarcoaaronshaw:

cyborgboi11:

go dumb and disregard ur differences

This is beautiful.

This is what we need to promote

the woman to the right (who I am guessing is his wife) is the most adorable thing I’ve seen all week

Om goodness

Amidst all this racial tension, this is really heartwarming to see.
               
    Aug 28  

ofmicnmen:

radical-vibration:

itsmemacleod:

kidxforever:

jamarcoaaronshaw:

cyborgboi11:

go dumb and disregard ur differences

This is beautiful.

This is what we need to promote

the woman to the right (who I am guessing is his wife) is the most adorable thing I’ve seen all week

Om goodness

Amidst all this racial tension, this is really heartwarming to see.

           
 
 
             

ofmicnmen:

curvesincolor:

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via The Huffington Post.

   
    Aug 28    
When The Media Treats White Suspects And Killers Better Than Black Victicms.
         
 
 
       
         
    Aug 28  

ofmicnmen:

paulwalkersdogwalker:

fxst-asleep:

bellecosby:

thatdudeemu:

queerasfuck88:

Jon Stewart Goes After Fox in Powerful Ferguson Monologue

I been waiting for the daily show to come back so they could cover this

Jon Stewart is a national treasure 

go AWF

The comments on this are gold

Can we give this man a medal? He is now an honorary negro. He probably know how to make kool-aid the right way too.

(Source: youtube.com)

           
 
 
 
truebluemeandyou:

DIY Easy 5 Step Maison Martin Margiela Inspired Triangle Bag Tutorial from Between the Lines here. This is such a good tutorial because it is easy and quick in part due to the clever way of folding the fabric before sewing. Top Photo: $530 MM6 by Maison Martin Margiela Triangle Bag out of Crackled White Leather here, Bottom Collage: DIY by Between the Lines.
For more  DIY knockoffs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/knockoff
For more DIY bags go here: http://truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/bag
               
    Aug 28  

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Easy 5 Step Maison Martin Margiela Inspired Triangle Bag Tutorial from Between the Lines here. This is such a good tutorial because it is easy and quick in part due to the clever way of folding the fabric before sewing. Top Photo: $530 MM6 by Maison Martin Margiela Triangle Bag out of Crackled White Leather here, Bottom Collage: DIY by Between the Lines.