Anonymous said: sweet jesus you are so hot I'm speechless props 2 your goddess bod

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stckyfngrs said: What are the weirdest things people say to you about your haircut? Or do they mostly mind their business?

No one’s gotten too weird about it, people gawk a lot but whatever I’m used to that I just snarl at them or something and they stop lol.

I get a lot of the same questions over and over again which can get annoying, I’m easily annoyed..

I hate when people suggest shit tho, ”you should try growing your hair out” “you should wear an afro" "you should dye it blonde" like you should shut the entire fuck up because literally zero people asked you for your goddamn opinion.

I lowkey hate when people tell me that I’m “brave” for cutting off my hair esp. white woman. I’m like nah mate it wasn’t that serious it’s just fucking hair but yeah whatever I know what you mean.

xtjna:

what are you getting me for my birthday

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tinykittenfist:

I need more supportive, kind, artistic girls in my life who will fiercely protect me and hope for my success and will let me do the same for them

"Alex Fury’s favourite word is ‘no’. “There’s a purity and a directness to it. It’s succinct and precise, and I hear it a lot. I wish I could say it a lot more. I think it’s kind of the perfect word, you can’t misinterpret it as anything else. No means no.”"

Alex Fury with 1Granary (via arabellesicardi)

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internetbadgirls:

WHAT U WANT
Drip - Babe Field
Damn Son -  Le1f
Want Some Mo (ft. Hotel Mel) - Junglepussy
What You Want - Babe Field
Diet Coke - Big Momma
Fuck Texting - Junglepussy
Needful Things - Njena Reddd Foxxx
Wish You Would (ft. Princess Nokia) - Mykki Blanco
Destiny - Princess Nokia
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vuls:


1983 GW100 Tennis Grid Watch

i must have this 
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jessicasignellknutsson:

Beautiful book from Phaidon about superfantastic Shiro Kuramata.
"I met God. Who slowly, painfully and divinely pieced me back together."

— A line from an old journal I found (via kvtes)

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larastonestits:

Yohji Yamamoto, Spring 2004