i find it funny that “Baby Got Back” has always been a well-liked song, but as soon as Nicki Minaj samples it and shows off her amazing ass in a video, suddenly OH MY GOD WHAT A SLUT PUT THAT AWAY
like, it’s okay for a guy to talk about how much he loves butts
but it’s not okay for women to love their own butts
funny how that works
This shit better work
HAH I REBLOGGED THIS LAST NIGHT AND LOOK WHAT I GOT FROM MY DAD TODAY OUT OF THE BLUE
what if we all got paper lolGUYS I REBLOGGED THIS LAST NIGHT AND I JUST GOT $150
I am not even kidding but I am reblogging this twice in a row because I just got $275.
Shit, this can’t hurt.
Desperation of a broke uni student.
You guys, idk. Maybe it was just random, but like two days after I reblogged this, I got $25. I’m not even kidding.
So you know….I’m gonna reblog it again. For science.
… for science
Jesus be a car note.
you are a horse running alone
and he tries to tame you
compares you to an impossible highway
to a burning house
says you are blinding him
that he could never leave you
want anything but you
you dizzy him, you are unbearable
every woman before or after you
is doused in your name
Beyoncé covers SNATCH Magazine (September 2014)
Aug. 26 2014
There is one clear reason to celebrate the ceasefire deal Israel and the Palestinian resistance reached today: 51 days and nights of relentless Israeli massacres and destruction have come to an end in Gaza.
With reports that Israel has agreed to reopen Gaza’s borders, Hamas announced victory and Palestinians, especially in Gaza, are celebrating. Among many Israelis, meanwhile, there is a feeling of bitterness and defeat.
“What Netanyahu and his colleagues have brought down on Israel, in a conflict between the region’s strongest army and an organization numbering 10,000, is not just a defeat. It’s a downfall,” wrote Haaretz’s Amir Oren in a stunning admission of how much Israel has been set back.
Some observers are treating the latest events with understandable caution.
“I do not feel in a rejoicing mood, only glad that no more people and children will die,” Gaza writer Omar Ghraieb wrote to me.
In addition to the more than 2,100 killed, “so many people got injured, houses got bombed, towers got leveled and life got deformed,” Ghraieb adds. “I would rather just watch closely what awaits Gaza.”
Indeed, Israel has a long history of violating almost every agreement it has ever signed with Palestinians, from the 1993 Oslo accords to previous ceasefires in Gaza.
Israel agreed to open the crossings as part of its November 2012 ceasefire deal with the Palestinian resistance, but reneged. This time Israel knows the stakes are much higher if it violates those terms again.
Israel and Hamas agreed Tuesday to an open-ended cease-fire, halting a seven-week war that killed more than 2,200 people, the vast majority Palestinians, left tens of thousands in Gaza homeless and devastated entire neighborhoods in the blockaded territory.
Hamas declared victory and bursts of celebratory gunfire erupted across Gaza, but the terms of the deal fell far short of Hamas’ demand that Israel and Egypt open Gaza’s borders.
Under the Egyptian-brokered deal, Israel is to ease imports into Gaza, including aid and material for reconstruction. It also allows Palestinians to fish six nautical miles offshore, up from three nautical miles. (AP)
(Photos by AP Photo/Adel Hana, REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman, AP Photo/Khalil Hamra, REUTERS/Mohammed Salem)
- Palestinians greeting a masked militant as they celebrate the cease-fire in Gaza City, Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014./by Ezz Al Zanoon
- Palestinians gather in the streets of Gaza City in celebration of the announcement of a permanent ceasefire on 26 August.
We are Ferguson
We are Gaza
We are Human
8 years of siege.
51 days of war.
Thousands of martyrs,injured and displaced people.
Al7amdulilah for everything that God has brought their way, he is all-knowing and he knew that in Gaza there are men who won’t die easily, there are women willing to sacrifice themselves for their children, and there are children who have the will to live. I pray that they are rewarded for their patience and for undergoing this struggle. May their martyrs rest in eternal peace, and may the happiness and peace which has now dawned upon Gaza last forever, may this end be the start of a better beginning for Palestine. May it live long and free.
Let’s not forget the oppressed and those who are still suffering around the world, hearts and prayers are always with and for you.
Palestinians celebrate a ceasefire agreement between Palestine and Israel in the streets of Gaza City (top photograph) and Ramallah by handing out sweets and releasing fireworks, Tuesday August 26th, 2014. (Mohammed Salem / Mohamad Torokman / Reuters)
"Even the birds in Gaza are celebrating."
Palestinians — young and old — celebrate an indefinite ceasefire in Gaza. 26 August 2014.