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wavetruant:

stfulily:

getting a boyfriend looks easier in movies

how about I take you to one then?

Anonymous:
what do you like to do in your free time?

whoregui:

whoregui:

whoregui:

whoregui:

whoregui:

whoregui:

when girls laugh really hard and they cover their face with their hand bc they’re embarrassed but it’s not embarrassing it’s the cutest thing in the world???

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pyraa-mids:

sallysprattstudio:

LUST LIST | Lazy Saturday

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pyraa-mids:

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sadblackotaku:

codeinewarrior:

on my wedding day im gonna tell my wife “you are the most beautiful woman ive ever seen” and then im gonna suck her titties in front of both of our families

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(Source: almondmilkpapi)

"Hot bodies are good for sex
and looking good on your arm,
but I know you are smarter than
to settle for this. Kind hearts
are good for loving your broken
parts and accepting you for
what you are. Beautiful souls
are good for teaching you about
life and happiness. Gentle spirits
are good for bringing peace and
harmony into your life. Artistic
minds are good for appreciating
differences and depth. Honest
consciences are good for trust
and reliability. Playful characters
are good for laughter and fun.
Don’t you see? When you’re 80
and looking at the last 60 years
of your life, what kind of person
do you want to have spent it with?"

- anne, life partner check-list (via wildboysandwhiskey)
Anonymous:
what advice would you give for girls transitioning to the natural side
Me:

itsthelesbiana:

I should really put this in my FAQ…

  • DO NOT USE HEAT -if you are super reliant on using heat for your styles, start cutting down. start by cutting your heat usage in half  until you can fully cut it out (ex.. if you straight or blow dry/curl/wave etc your hair 4x a week minimize it to two times) your hair will thank you and you will see an amazing change from dismissing heat from your regimen
  • MOISTURIZE - Transitioning to naturals have a commonality with natural who have thick hair or very dry hair. it is extremely important to keep your hair moisturized on an consistent basis to prevent more damage and breakage during your transition 
  • BE PATIENT - Dealing with two textures is hard regardless of your curl pattern or thickness. Literally having one strand go from wavy/curly/kinky/coily to gradually straight from the relaxer creates way more tangles, knots and matted hair than normal. so be patient, mainly when detangling and handling your hair because this causes way more breakage than you need in the long run 
  • TRIM ON A REGULAR - Depending on how you want to transition for determines how long you will keep the relaxed pieces of hair. If you have a set date where you plan to do your big chop then I would space those times where you trim off by that. (For example if you are going to transition til this upcoming June, it’d be best to cut to a 1/2 inch to a full inch up until your big chop) Trimming not only prevents breakage an damage but it’ll also get you closer to your big chop date without you going into shock when you cut all your relaxed ends.
  • PROTECTIVE STYLE (AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE) - Protective styling is the best way to send you through an easy transition and helps your hair grow faster because you’ve eliminated heat and are keeping your hair away from harmful surroundings. There are various styles and options to experiment with and try that you will have to personally work with to see what’s best for you. 
  • TRY NEW PRODUCTS - Although you won’t be able to tell 100% how your curls love or hate a product but starting to dabble in certain brands is a fun little venture. If you have an idea about what things your hair responds you or rejects is an amazing way to get an head start on what you should keep in your “holy grail” during the beginning of your natural journey.
  • EDUCATE YOURSELF - Being natural is something that you will not self teach yourself overnight… thankfully there are hundreds of beautiful naturals on the internet who take you step by step and take their time out to post videos and tutorials to guide the unknowing through their difficult times within their journeys. The best place to start is YouTube, I am almost 100000 percent sure that you will find a hair guru that has your similar hair type that can give you a gist of where to start, so on. Make sure you are educating yourself as much as possible and know that there is always help.
  • ENJOY THE EXPERIENCE - You chose to transition for a reason, so why not enjoy the experience while you have it? this is the time to enjoy the length you have before your big chop and experiment with different styles. Take the time to fully enjoy this time because actually being a new natural is an entirely different experience. 

gabbyroars:

but I like sitting like this… 🌚
cumkittenn:

mia-redworth:

grimwyse:

mia-redworth:

Because I haven’t really posted one of my body in ages

Mia is literal perfection

You are the sweetest

Most perfect female I’ve laid my eyes on
words-of-emotion:

Good Vibes HERE
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