I am so sorry to all the people I hurt while I was hurting.
POSTED ON September 16 WITH 19,071 notes
POSTED ON September 16 WITH 145,325 notes

amerikkkanpie:

thaunderground:

Missy wasn’t playing they games

Real

POSTED ON September 16 WITH 1,646 notes

iguanal:

i hate songs that are like 75% bad but the chorus is so good that you suffer through the whole song just to hear one part like three times

POSTED ON September 16 WITH 278,060 notes

howgoodheis:

Seriously deleting this time. 

POSTED ON September 16 WITH 4,996 notes

blackfemalepresident:

you deserve to be in a relationship with a person who doesnt make you compete for their affection and never has you guessing where you stand with them

POSTED ON September 16 WITH 7,846 notes

inverted-typo:

thenimbus:

Cat Burger

Relevant and necessary

POSTED ON September 14 WITH 403,563 notes
pleatedjeans:

via

pleatedjeans:

via

POSTED ON September 14 WITH 35,758 notes
POSTED ON September 13 WITH 220,420 notes
POSTED ON September 13 WITH 66,369 notes
tibets:

this is the 2nd time i’m reblogging this today because i laughed just as hard  as i did the 1st time i saw it

tibets:

this is the 2nd time i’m reblogging this today because i laughed just as hard  as i did the 1st time i saw it

POSTED ON September 13 WITH 179,450 notes

dragon-alpha:

melancholicmarionette:

Chris Golfer

I’m not gay. But I completely agree with these.

POSTED ON September 13 WITH 92,858 notes

loafersandheels:

thechanelmuse:

Reagan stays speaking the truth. Below are excerpts from Vogue's “The Dawn of the Butt: Big Booty in Pop Culture Over the Years" article:

As we await the premiere of Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azaleas new music video, it would appear that the big booty has officially become ubiquitous.

For years it was exactly the opposite; a large butt was not something one aspired to, rather something one tried to tame in countless exercise classes. Even in fashion, that daring creative space where nothing is ever off limits, the booty has traditionally been shunned. Though nipples have long been a runway staple.

Perhaps we have Jennifer Lopez to thank (or blame?) for sparking the booty movement. When she first arrived on the scene in the late nineties, a lot of the buzz surrounding her focused on the back of her voluptuous body. Her derrière quite literally stood out against the other sex symbols of the moment, signaling a shift away from the waif era of Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Moss and the outrageously large-breasted Pam Anderson. Lopez’s behind was so unique, and evidently so valuable, there were rumors she had taken out insurance worth millions to protect the asset.

Around the same time, the look of pop music was set by Britney Spears’s over-toned abs. But the curvaceous bodies that made up Destiny’s Child had also started making waves on MTV in 2001 with “Bootylicious.” 

Enter Kim Kardashian. Kardashian and her family debuted their reality show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, in 2007. It made the entire clan famous, of course, but Kardashian’s behind was the real star, and was frequently employed as a plot device. In one season, Kardashian even X-rayed her body to prove her curves were real and not the by-product of artificial implants. Instagram also launched that other famous booty: the one on workout sensation Jen Selter. A civilian who just happens to do an obscene amount of squats, Selter is known for her belfies (just put two and two together) and every single one of her posts to her 4 million followers makes sure to include the bubble butt that launched her career front and center.

Then came the total bootification of pop music. At the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, Miley Cyrus proved you didn’t need to have a large butt to become a part of the conversation, you just needed to know how to attract enough attention to one.Shakira and Rihanna had a booty-off in their video for “Can’t Remember to Forget You.” Beyoncé surprised the world by dropping her Visual Album last December—and her good-girl image. The racy video for “Partition” has her in a bejeweled thong on a top of a piano, while “Rocket” begins with the lyrics: “Let me sit this ass on you.”

Recently, Nicki Minaj remixed the original butt song by Sir Mix-A-Lot, “Baby Got Back,” into “Anaconda,” driving the point home with extreme twerking, blatant close-up shots of her booty, and cut-to-the-chase lyrics: “Fuck those skinny bitches in the club/I wanna see all the big fat ass bitches in the motherfucking club.”

Which brings us full circle to J. Lo—the original trailblazing butt girl—and the imminent video for “Booty.” It features the 45-year-old doused in what looks like Vaseline or honey, prompting listeners to “Throw up your hands if you love a big booty.” It’s safe to say that, this time around, the world is thoroughly ready for the jelly.

image

Fuck Vogue magazine and mainstream bullshit for real

POSTED ON September 13 WITH 8,749 notes
I don’t chase people anymore. I learned that I’m here, and I’m important. I’m not going to run after people to prove that I matter.
POSTED ON September 13 WITH 73,098 notes
snazziest:

"I AINT NEED A VINE TO WHIP YA ASS"

snazziest:

"I AINT NEED A VINE TO WHIP YA ASS"

POSTED ON September 13 WITH 130,631 notes
theme