Legendary. Beginning of an era.
Birth of a kingdom.
Birth of a nation.
oh. my. god.
Only when you scroll down the Arthur Read tag, do you realise how much you have in common with a TV show about 8 year olds. (part two)
i’m actually really glad i saw this, wow
That last one is priceless
The most frustrating thing about being on tumblr is that it made me conscious about everything thats wrong in the world concerning sexism, racism and misogyny and I’m not eloquent enough in real life to defend myself when someone confronts me.
To me this was honestly the scariest scene in the film.
Thank god that little girl will never have the chance to.
if every one of my followers did this, we could give more than 85 meals to less-fortunate animals. for free.
AH HHA ITS BACK YES PLEASE IT TAKES A SECOND OF YOUR TIME AND A LIFE OF AN ANIMAL
adults with shitty opinions that refuse to listen to anyone younger than them need to fuck off
So let me get this right, if a woman releases a song calling men niggas she is in the wrong because most men and male rappers seem to take offense. Male rappers continue to degrade females by calling them hoes and sluts, but if a woman calls a man a nigga she’s considered a bitch. Try actually listening to all the lyrics before you close minded dumb fucks judge her.“The repetition of the n-word is a play on how male rappers consistently and unapologetically refer to women in derogatory terms in order to prop themselves up. Nicki Minaj is no more offensive, aggressive or politically incorrect then her male competition. That is the point. It is offensive, risky and controversial but underneath she clearly has something to say and she is making sure we hear it.”
REMEMBER WHEN IT STRUCK MIDNIGHT
AND IT WAS TIME FOR DEAN TO GO TO HELL
AND SAM IS CRYING
AND DEAN SMILES
AND YOU KNOW HE’S JUST THINKING IT’S GOING TO BE OKAY SAMMY
it has been six seasons and you just ripped that fucking wound open again thank you
get to know me: five movies » High School Musical (trilogy) [3/5]“East High is a place where teachers encouraged us to break the status quo and define ourselves as we choose. Where a jock can cook up a mean crème brûlée, and a brainiac can break it down on the dance floor. It’s a place where one person, if it’s the right person, changes us all. East High is having friends we’ll keep for the rest of our lives, and I guess that means we really are ‘all in this together’. Cause once a Wildcat, always a Wildcat.”