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ultrannoying:

nice legs daisy dukes makes a mango doot doot

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ssweaterweather:

have you ever had a friend who is literally like your soul mate but like in a friendship way like you are so compatible and perfect for each other 

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Beggin For Thread

Banks
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candyredterezii:

people should just reply to anon hate with this

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Do not refer to a human being as “An illegal”

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laurajohnsongrey:

roachpatrol:

Stromae - Papaoutai

Last year the most popular video on French TV and the number one song in France and Belgium was “Papaoutai” by Belgian singer Stromae. The tune and rhythms are appealing and unusual; the video is compelling and, ultimately, moving. Though the title sounds like it could be a word in an African language, it is actually meant to be understood by French speakers as meaning “Papa, où t’es?” which translates as “Dad, where are you?” The song and the story of the video refer to the absence of Stromae’s father, who was killed in the Rwandan genocide of 1994. The plaintive cry of the singer who feels the absence of his father is also expressed in the child in the video who begs his mannequin-like father to come to life.

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