12/18/2010 (4:42pm) 23,310 notes

I wish I came across more commercials like this through television instead of the internet

(Source: awesomejuice, via alohanico)

frangry:

Michael Pitt - Interview by Craig McDean, September 2010 (via bohemea)

I really am quite convinced that we will have sexual relations someday.

(via frangry)

8/9/2010 (9:36pm) 4 notes

Seriously

Dudes, I’m 5’10”. 5’9” and under need not apply.

Track name: Addicted To Love

Artist: Florence + The Machine

Album: Top 40 Singles


Played 4 times

8/7/2010 (7:38pm) 2 notes

Florence + the Machine - Addicted to Love

7/30/2010 (1:32am) 2 notes

Things found in my purse

I found the following while cleaning out my purse:

  • Phone
  • Camera
  • Ipod case without Ipod in it
  • Ipod
  • Taser
  • Two tubes of red lipstick
  • Chapstick
  • Lipgloss
  • Mace
  • Boxcutter
  • Two bracelets
  • Ring
  • Checkbook
  • Bottle of Nailpolish
  • Moleskine
  • Wallet

You know when people have those moments where they’re like, “Ahh, I’m just like my mom”? Yep, but with more weaponry.

12/22/2009 (11:51pm) 73 notes

"Do you like cream in your coffee?"

britticisms:

One time, a man tried to impress me with his collection of rap records and I felt very whatever, because he obviously didn’t listen when I told him what type of music I was most familiar with, and he soon realized this and then he changed the subject.

One time, a man said, “I’ve always wanted to date a…” and then he didn’t complete his sentence, and so I asked, “Date a what?” and then he changed the subject.

One time, a man said, “Black women are intimidating,” and I asked, “Like how?” and then he said, “I don’t know.”

One time, a man tried to run his fingers through my hair and I said, “No,” and he asked, “Why?” and I sighed, and said, “I have to go,” because I really didn’t want to explain why.

One time, a man asked me to hang out with his friends in Englewood, and I said, “That’s not…um…the best neighborhood to be in that late at night,” and he said, “Why does it matter to you? Your black!” and when we were breaking up over the phone a couple of weeks later, and he asked me why, one of the reasons I gave was, “I lived in the hood. I don’t make it a point of trying to go back there.”

One time, a man said, “White girls just aren’t thick like Black girls are!” and I rolled my eyes.

One time, a man said, “You’re so bourgie!” and I was confused, because I thought society retired that slang in the earlier part of this decade.

One time, a man said, “Do you like cream in your coffee?” and another man asked, “Can I get a taste of your chocolate?” and another man said, “I wonder if you’re as sweet as a caramel,” and I mean, really? Seriously? Stop!

A lot of times, men have said, “You’re pretty for a black girl.”

Oh my shit, yes. With the exception of someone trying to take me to the hood, I have experienced every single one of these.

12/9/2009 (10:46am) 2 notes

Writing the last paper of my undergraduate career. The topic? VAGINA DENTATAAAA!

Yes, the phrase must always be yelled.