The Stand Alone Bad Bitch

nickisdabestt:

When you’re in math class and the answer is 212

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bryko:

bryko:

how the fuck does Old Man Jenkins weigh 250 pounds if Spongebob weighs 1 ounce

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mikelotic:

Yaaaaaas bitch you brush that cabbage

mikelotic:

Yaaaaaas bitch you brush that cabbage

awwww-cute:

My cat’s 19th birthday today! Kindergarten to Sophomore year of College

awwww-cute:

My cat’s 19th birthday today! Kindergarten to Sophomore year of College

sixpenceee:

mrs-jack-overland-frost:

This ones for sixpenceee

My dad passed away in October of 2011. And I was a total daddies girl. Not even five months later I found out I was pregnant with my son. My now ex whom I had been with for over 5 1/2 years decided he wanted nothing to do with us, so he left. So not only did my dad pass away, a long term relationship died. And I couldn’t even mourn, because I was pregnant, and I was terrified about a miscarriage due to stress. So I numbed myself.

ANYWAY, so I was roughly 5-6 months pregnant and I had my steel toe boots on to bring out the garbage (they’re my comfy old work boots) and I was going down the flight of steep steps at my old apartment. The lip of my boot caught the step and I started falling forward. I should have fallen forward, landed on my stomach, possibly killed the baby, and break my neck and die because of how steep these stairs were. But just as I saw the steps coming I felt a hand grab my left shoulder and yank me back so hard I ended up having bruises, and instead of falling forward, my left wrist bared all the weight and I slid down the steps on my back. I bruised the bone on my wrist, shoulder and tailbone but that’s it.

To this day I swear it was my dad that pulled me back.

Another fun fact, my son looks IDENTICAL to my dad. He was born 2 months and 1 day after the 1 year anniversary of my dads death.

Coincidence?

Attached is pictures of me and my almost 2 year old son Trystan :)

You & your son are adorable :)

ugh-hey:

neptunespresenttheclones:

high-rollin:

duchesssx:

desertmanian:


African American doctors attempting to save the life of a Klu Klux Klan member:
This photo left me speechless, this is what respect is. 

this is what grace is

oh….shit..

wow…

I never scroll pass this photo.. This is humanity, a lot of people can learn from this picture.

insane

ugh-hey:

neptunespresenttheclones:

high-rollin:

duchesssx:

desertmanian:

African American doctors attempting to save the life of a Klu Klux Klan member:

This photo left me speechless, this is what respect is. 

this is what grace is

oh….shit..

wow…

I never scroll pass this photo.. This is humanity, a lot of people can learn from this picture.

insane