burgrs:

if you cant handle me at my worst then leave because i dont have a best im always awful

(Source: cokepulp)

lordmoldywart:

I’LL REBLOG THIS TILL I DIE

(Source: sarahseeandersen)

"Three o’clock. Three o’clock is always too late or too early for anything you want to do."
— Jean-Paul Sartre (La Nausée, 1938)

(Source: tulve)

(Source: mrchompers)

v0lkst0d:

Anerkennung Kurdistans durch Premierminister Benjamin Netanjahu!

v0lkst0d:

Anerkennung Kurdistans durch Premierminister Benjamin Netanjahu!

sirsmalldog:

my policy for “they’re just doing it for attention” has always been and always will be “then someone needs to pay attention to them”

thedapperproject:

anlieder: Fibonacci

thedapperproject:

anlieder: Fibonacci

(Source: jodeus)

"Only one thing remained reachable, close and secure amid all losses: language. Yes, language. In spite of everything, it remained secure against loss."
— Paul Celan (via observando)

quietorgasm:

europeans on tumblr: “wë dô nöt håvë räcism iń êürœpë! amërïcå iš têrriblë!”

  • baby: d-d-d-d
  • father: say dada! say dada!
  • baby: dada!
  • father: i will not praise you because that is behavioral conditioning and undermines your free will

garbanzotoons:

Western adventurers and artists have a long history of “slumming.” They go “native,” both politically and in terms of couture. Lawrence of Arabia and Isabelle Eberhardt both dressed the part of Arabs. European and American leftists marching against America and for “Palestine” often don keffiyas  which they wear around their necks but which can also be worn as face and head masks.

I wonder what Afridi and Najm would have to say to all those girls and women who have been honor murdered for refusing to face-veil, to wear hijab (headscarves) or because their wore their veils improperly; or to those fifteen Saudi teenage girls who tried to flee the fire burning down their schoolhouse but were pushed back in to their deaths because the Morality Police did not want them to survive if they were, even temporarily, naked-faced.

These artists and all who agree with them are treating what is mainly a forced choice in the Muslim world (and in Muslim communities in the West), as a potentially free choice. They are, in essence, donning the equivalent of “black face,” or slave chains, and saying that this feels good—in New York City, where they are only play-acting, and can remove their face veils without any negative consequence.

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“Tolerance” and religious reciprocity would consist of these two New York City artists being able to drive by themselves in Saudi Arabia, naked-faced and without a male escort; being able to practice Christianity without being stoned to death or executed in Sudan; being able to run a shelter for battered women in Kabul or Herat, naked-faced, without being shot dead; being able to demand an education for girls without the Pakistani Taliban shooting a bullet into your brain. While I am glad that Malala Yusufzai just won a Noble Peace Prize for her extraordinary heroism in this regard, I must point out that it is Westerners, not the Pakistani Taliban, who gave her an award.