Anonymous asked:
Why do you like Kris?

(Source: 12-05-24)

tacomaster420:

I’m gonna scream


sunyshore:

REALLY cute new art from きゃらびぃ! Love Haruka’s scarf!


on a scale of baekhyun to joonmyun, how passionate is your dancing?

(Source: exoturnback)


(Source: shawollet)

Just because you’re breathing doesn’t mean you’re alive.
Tablo [Epik High] (via epikhighquotes)

what do i even caption this

(Source: exoturnback)


Make your own V 

(Source: jungkookaholic)

shreksforthememories:

food should be free. water should be free. housing should be free. power, fuel, electricity should be free. basic necessities should be free.

the idea of “people should have to work for a living” carries the implication that some people deserve to die

infractos:

its so hard to be positive when you’re bleeding from your vagina

(Source: flourei)


NYLON Amber

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koreaunderground:

Fedex Employee Refers to Package Recipient as “Ching Chong”

Sorry, nobody here by that name. Also, you ought to be fired.

Not this again. Got word passed along to me about a recent racist incident involving a FedEx employee… In northern Virginia, a FedEx employee left a doortag regarding a package delivery to the residence of an Asian customer. In the space denoting the recipient’s name, the delivery man wrote "Ching Chong Lee."

Oh, hell no.

Diana L., whose parents received the doortag, contacted customer service to inquire about the name on the package, and how exactly this happened. During the course of this attempted delivery, “Chang” somehow became “Ching Chong” — a familiar racial slur we all know and love. This was not somebody’s honest mistake.

Read more: http://blog.angryasianman.com/2014/09/fedex-employee-refers-to-package.html

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