faux diente

wolftea:

fresh harvested lavender <3 
Our room smells amazing 

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saltdoe:

ainoa-maija:

So majestic

i miss my pig :(

— 1 day ago with 17083 notes
questions about white people dreads. →

carrionofcats:

catli0n:

fuckyeahbillie:

theblackoaksyndicate:

dopedreadlocks:

twelftheye:

dopedreadlocks:

theblackoaksyndicate:

Do they even have maintenance?

Like…do they re-twist their dreads on a regular basis?

I know they don’t wash them (ew).

Do they ever acknowledge the disappointed glances from their parents?

And apparently they palm roll to form them.

Doesn’t that lead to breakage? And how do you keep them…

I wash my dreads every 2 weeks, no one likes smelly dreads! I use a crochet hook to dread my roots and I do the root rub. I don’t think palm rolling really works.

are you seriously trying to justify yourself to this fuckhead? he is making a joke of you.

I’d rather just let it go.. He’s a joke himself! Bit of an idiot really, should do his research before coming out with aload of bullshit…

…Really gurl? 

What kind of research would you like me to do? Cause I already have my notes right in front of me sweetpea. 

Are we going to discuss how the type of dreads white people have are appropriative of Black Americans/Jamaicans? 

Are we going to discuss how often more times than not these same white people try and back up their appropriative actions by claiming that Celtics/Druids/Insert-other-randomg-white-ethinicities had a history of dreadlocks, despite that the fact that the matted style of these European ethnicities literally looked nothing like what white people today are going for?

Are we going to discuss how the term Dreadlocks was used to specifically describe the hair of Black slaves.

Are we going to discuss that simply based on the method of creation, the methods of upkeep, the potential cultural differences, the potential consequences for Black Americans wearing their hair naturally, that comparing the two is borderline unethical?  

Is this a conversation you’re prepared to have or are you and your friend Felicia over there just gonna blow static noise through those thin-lipped excuses for what your people refer to as mouths? 

Cause I originally posted this as a joke but you sound like you wanna square up, and I’m more than happy to oblige. 

How about we just accept anyone having dreads, why question it?

I mean saying white people can’t have dreadlocks is like saying black people can’t wear skinny jeans

Can you explain this?  are you saying that skinny jeans were a style specifically created for white people’s bodies?  are you making a sly dig about black people’s bodies?  are you saying that skinny jeans are cultural and spiritual to white people?  what exactly are you saying here?

Same reason AAs straighten their hair instead of leaving it curly in an Afro like omfg it’s hair yall

— 2 days ago with 108 notes
cahlie:

princess-peachie:

Look at this ridiculous bun &lt;3

look at him go

cahlie:

princess-peachie:

Look at this ridiculous bun <3

look at him go

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— 3 days ago with 7619 notes
questions about white people dreads. →

fuckyeahbillie:

theblackoaksyndicate:

dopedreadlocks:

twelftheye:

dopedreadlocks:

theblackoaksyndicate:

Do they even have maintenance?

Like…do they re-twist their dreads on a regular basis?

I know they don’t wash them (ew).

Do they ever acknowledge the disappointed glances from their parents?

And apparently they palm roll to form them.

Doesn’t that lead to breakage? And how do you keep them…

I wash my dreads every 2 weeks, no one likes smelly dreads! I use a crochet hook to dread my roots and I do the root rub. I don’t think palm rolling really works.

are you seriously trying to justify yourself to this fuckhead? he is making a joke of you.

I’d rather just let it go.. He’s a joke himself! Bit of an idiot really, should do his research before coming out with aload of bullshit…

…Really gurl? 

What kind of research would you like me to do? Cause I already have my notes right in front of me sweetpea. 

Are we going to discuss how the type of dreads white people have are appropriative of Black Americans/Jamaicans? 

Are we going to discuss how often more times than not these same white people try and back up their appropriative actions by claiming that Celtics/Druids/Insert-other-randomg-white-ethinicities had a history of dreadlocks, despite that the fact that the matted style of these European ethnicities literally looked nothing like what white people today are going for?

Are we going to discuss how the term Dreadlocks was used to specifically describe the hair of Black slaves.

Are we going to discuss that simply based on the method of creation, the methods of upkeep, the potential cultural differences, the potential consequences for Black Americans wearing their hair naturally, that comparing the two is borderline unethical?  

Is this a conversation you’re prepared to have or are you and your friend Felicia over there just gonna blow static noise through those thin-lipped excuses for what your people refer to as mouths? 

Cause I originally posted this as a joke but you sound like you wanna square up, and I’m more than happy to oblige. 

How about we just accept anyone having dreads, why question it?

I mean saying white people can’t have dreadlocks is like saying black people can’t wear skinny jeans

— 3 days ago with 108 notes

smallandtinyhomeideas:

via trailkit | hat tip mwphotographic

The house is 8 feet by 18 feet, which is just about the same footprint as a Chevy Suburban. I don’t know if that makes me feel weird about myself, or makes me feel weird about America. But in either case, there’s that little fact to ruminate on. The house has a kitchen, dining/living room, bathroom, bedroom loft and storage loft. It also has a wood burning stove and a chimney.

We even added a set of jumping shelves for the cats to be able to get up to the loft. They’ve done it many times already, and have made me question my own level of athleticism.

Follow Kit on blogger and Michael here on Tumblr

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Children’s Book Explaining Homosexuality

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((Finally. Progress. I love you Germany))

THIS IS FREAKING GREAT

I don’t like Frank’s moustache. It makes me uncomfortable.

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