Harry reading a sign that says “Harry buy some shampoo!” - 8/8/14
#SO MAD#SO OFFENDED#IVE GOT SEVERAL SHAMPOOS#U KNOW WHAT ELSE#GOT CONDITIONER TOO#HOW DOES THAT FEEL#BOUGHT SOME HAIR MASKS THE OTHER WEEK#GUNNA SIT IN MY MILLION POUND A NIGHT HOTEL AND LET MY HAIR SOAK UP SOME NUTRIENTS#IT’S L’OREAL#YOU KNOW WHY#because I’M WORTH IT#PEACE(x)
me when my mom is more than 5 minutes late picking me up
Unedited pictures of Harry last night 08/29/14 x
do not sexualize young girls.
yes, I am kink shaming you.
because you should be ashamed of yourself
for sexualizing young girls, and
no one’s sexual liberation is more important
than protecting young girls.
*me on my deathbed*
nurse: any last words?
me: i……regret……… spending…………so much time……and money………. on…………….one direction…………….
*single piece of paper slips out of my hand*
*the paper has one word only*
louis playing piano (x)
He looks like such a dick but like a hot dick you know
i dont know how to react to this pic do i cty??? do i scream??? do i punch him in the dick???
My mother genuinely thought that because I got a majority of my information on Ferguson from twitter, from the people living there on twitter, and from tumblr that I didn’t know that the town had a majority of African-American people living there and that the police were basically all white. People don’t take the internet as seriously as they should and I think that is sad thing. Obviously there is misinformation but so much of what I got out of Ferguson was from the Internet, looking at pictures people from Ferguson uploaded, looking at the tanks, seeing pictures of the statistics. The Internet shouldn’t be looked at as a joke of a news source because it’s really powerful and that is where most of my generation is getting their news. It’s powerful and not always incorrect and it helps inform people like me who don’t want to watch mainstream media paid for by different parties.