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full of shit

annika, 24, wisconsin
Oct 20 '14

(Source: best-of-memes)

Oct 19 '14

she’s reaching, your honor

(Source: babefield)

Oct 18 '14

(Source: ultrafacts)

Oct 18 '14

batmanisagatewaydrug:

givemeunicorns:

never going to be over the fact that Arthur and Molly Weasley had seven children of their own, and hardly enough money or space to make due, yet they never thought twice about having an extra space at the table or making one more sweater at Christmas for the people who came into their family by circumstance.

#people Harry should have seriously fucking considered naming his kids after

Oct 18 '14
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Dear employers, I will have to take the day off today because:

☐ It’s December and the streets are papier-mached with wet bronze leaves and it’s so dark outside that the cars have their headlights on at 3pm

☐ I have recently been through a breakup, or I have been through a breakup at any time in my life really, and I woke up today with the absolute conviction that I will never be loved again

☐ A dog looked at me

☐ I got a text from someone for whom I feel a mix of concern and frustration and recognition and longing that is both more and less than romance

☐ Someone made a joke about dead pets meeting you in heaven

☐ Daylight savings time

☐ I passed a knot of flowers that were so bright they glowed through the dim grey water of the day and when was anything in my life last that luminous?

☐ Girls are too pretty

☐ For the first time I genuinely comprehend that there is not enough time to have all the lives I wanted

☐ I accidentally listened to Leonard Cohen

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Oct 18 '14
queefsweat:

u kno jayz knees hurtin u kno he not supposed to be in irregular positions at his advanced age

queefsweat:

u kno jayz knees hurtin u kno he not supposed to be in irregular positions at his advanced age

(Source: kristenkash)

Oct 17 '14
claireisrad:

huntreskates:

THIS IS SO SICK

claireisrad:

huntreskates:

THIS IS SO SICK

(Source: elpolloloc)

Oct 13 '14
foodchewer:

thanks Doug

foodchewer:

thanks Doug

(Source: mondegreener)

Oct 13 '14
thatdudeemu:

tvsand16s:

Cornel West arrested in Ferguson (10/13/14). That’s how they’re feeling out there. Wow. 


Wow!

thatdudeemu:

tvsand16s:

Cornel West arrested in Ferguson (10/13/14). That’s how they’re feeling out there. Wow. 

Wow!

Oct 13 '14
Oct 13 '14

afatfox:

makeupbox:

Metallic Pistachio-Olive Eye Pictorial

Here’s a quick eye look for fans of green, or those of you with hazel or green eyes. (Yes, just because you have green eyes doesn’t mean you need to avoid green shadows. Just avoid greens that are much stronger and brighter than your eyes if you don’t want their color to appear a bit duller.)

Color theory aside, there’s not rule that there are specific colors anyone must or must not wear. Remember there are a lot of other factors than eye color. Your hair, your skin, the rest of your makeup, your outfit, your personal preferences…

This is an eye look that would go with basic nudes, a beige-pink, or even a translucent red gloss on the lips. It does go with bright pink as well but I would avoid that just because it would look a bit over-the-top for the day and quite “Barbie”. But it’s up to you!

Products used:

  1. Concealer: MAC Studiofinish Concealer NW20
  2. Brows: Shu Uemura Hard Formula 9 Pencil in Grey
  3. Olive and dark bronze shadows: Dior 3 Couleurs Smoky palette in 481 Smoky Khaki 
  4. Green gold shadow: MAC Golden Olive pigment
  5. Black shadow: (use one from anywhere!)
  6. Black liquid liner: Heroine Make Impact Liquid Liner
  7. Olive metallic pencil: Clinique Quickliner Intense in Intense Peridot
  8. Mascara: Maybelline Great Lash in Black

in love with this.

Oct 13 '14

9 Career Lessons Beyoncé Can Teach You via Buzzfeed
1. Set clear goals for yourself.
When it came to releasing her self-titled album in 2013, Beyoncé three specific things she wanted to accomplish: she wanted fans to experience the album at the same time as critics, she wanted every song to have a video and she didn’t want the album to leak. Try doing the same by setting specific, measurable goals for yourself.
2. Surround yourself with talented people.
As an artist and a businesswoman, Beyoncé surrounds herself with talented people. Her management team is made up of the best people from Sony Music and her father Matthew Knowles’ management firm, Music World, and she writes her album with top songwriters, including major stars like Sia, Justin Timberlake and Miguel. Beyoncé knows that working with the best only makes you better.
3. Embrace collaboration.
Once you’ve assembled a team of brilliant thinkers, it’s important that they feel free to speak up. Beyoncé is open to input and you should be too! The people who work for her insist she’s a “great listener” who encourages her employees to voice their opinions.
4. Do your homework.
How did Beyoncé prepare for that legendary Super Bowl halftime show? By watching every halftime show in history and taking notes. She set out to replicate what had worked in the past and avoid what hadn’t. Whether your performing for millions or presenting for a handful, preparation is important. Always do your research!
5. Always make the ask.
If you want something, ask for it! Team B knew that support from Facebook would help inform fans about the surprise album so they set up a meeting. Through conversations with Facebook they were able to learn about new tools that would help the release, tools they wouldn’t have had access to otherwise and all they had to do was ask.
6. Find the work environment that works for you.
While Beyoncé has an office in New York, she prefers to do business on the go; talking to members of Team B on a walk or in their offices. Follow her lead! Even if you’re chained to a desk, you can try making small changes to improve productivity. If you work best standing up, do that! If silence helps you focus, get some earplugs. Do what you can do make your workspace work for you.
7. Know your value.
Next time your asking for a raise or negotiating a job offer, keep Beyoncé in mind: she knows her value and will only do a deal if it’s beneficial for her. When she signed a deal with Pepsi, they agreed to promote her Super Bowl halftime show and set aside money for her to use on creative pursuits. When she granted iTunes the exclusive rights to carry her self-titled album, they staged a store takeover. She knows her worth and you should too!
8. Know that you can’t please everyone.
When it came to releasing her self-titled album on iTunes, Beyoncé and her team knew that the plan might alienate some retailers. However, preventing leaks was more important to them. While Target and Amazon ultimately refused to carry the album, it never leaked. If you have goals, stand your ground! If pleasing everyone means you have to compromise your vision, don’t.
9. Be passionate about what you do.
At the end of the day, Beyoncé cares about her work. She’s willing to take big risks and work long hours because she’s passionate about what she does. You should feel the same. If your job doesn’t excite you, find a new one or focus on an aspect of it that does.

9 Career Lessons Beyoncé Can Teach You via Buzzfeed

1. Set clear goals for yourself.

When it came to releasing her self-titled album in 2013, Beyoncé three specific things she wanted to accomplish: she wanted fans to experience the album at the same time as critics, she wanted every song to have a video and she didn’t want the album to leak. Try doing the same by setting specific, measurable goals for yourself.

2. Surround yourself with talented people.

As an artist and a businesswoman, Beyoncé surrounds herself with talented people. Her management team is made up of the best people from Sony Music and her father Matthew Knowles’ management firm, Music World, and she writes her album with top songwriters, including major stars like Sia, Justin Timberlake and Miguel. Beyoncé knows that working with the best only makes you better.

3. Embrace collaboration.

Once you’ve assembled a team of brilliant thinkers, it’s important that they feel free to speak up. Beyoncé is open to input and you should be too! The people who work for her insist she’s a “great listener” who encourages her employees to voice their opinions.

4. Do your homework.

How did Beyoncé prepare for that legendary Super Bowl halftime show? By watching every halftime show in history and taking notes. She set out to replicate what had worked in the past and avoid what hadn’t. Whether your performing for millions or presenting for a handful, preparation is important. Always do your research!

5. Always make the ask.

If you want something, ask for it! Team B knew that support from Facebook would help inform fans about the surprise album so they set up a meeting. Through conversations with Facebook they were able to learn about new tools that would help the release, tools they wouldn’t have had access to otherwise and all they had to do was ask.

6. Find the work environment that works for you.

While Beyoncé has an office in New York, she prefers to do business on the go; talking to members of Team B on a walk or in their offices. Follow her lead! Even if you’re chained to a desk, you can try making small changes to improve productivity. If you work best standing up, do that! If silence helps you focus, get some earplugs. Do what you can do make your workspace work for you.

7. Know your value.

Next time your asking for a raise or negotiating a job offer, keep Beyoncé in mind: she knows her value and will only do a deal if it’s beneficial for her. When she signed a deal with Pepsi, they agreed to promote her Super Bowl halftime show and set aside money for her to use on creative pursuits. When she granted iTunes the exclusive rights to carry her self-titled album, they staged a store takeover. She knows her worth and you should too!

8. Know that you can’t please everyone.

When it came to releasing her self-titled album on iTunes, Beyoncé and her team knew that the plan might alienate some retailers. However, preventing leaks was more important to them. While Target and Amazon ultimately refused to carry the album, it never leaked. If you have goals, stand your ground! If pleasing everyone means you have to compromise your vision, don’t.

9. Be passionate about what you do.

At the end of the day, Beyoncé cares about her work. She’s willing to take big risks and work long hours because she’s passionate about what she does. You should feel the same. If your job doesn’t excite you, find a new one or focus on an aspect of it that does.

Oct 12 '14
Oct 12 '14

horizontalfall:

littlehazy:

screamandshout:

britney explains things like no other

she has such a way with words

me discussing things during lectures 

(Source: suqmydiqtbh)

Oct 12 '14

shirleychisholmproject:

Shirley Chisholm on how she wants to be remembered [x]