lunaseve:

i was tagged by thelunaticyouarelookingfor
Truths about me

Rules: Once you’ve been tagged, you are supposed to write a note with 92 Truths about you. At the end, choose 25 people

i was tagged by lunaseve
Truths about me

Rules: Once you’ve been tagged, you are supposed to write a note with 92 Truths about you. At the end, choose 25 people

WHAT WAS YOUR:


1. last beverage — Dunkin’ Donuts Vanilla Chai

2. last phone call — My mami!

3. last text message — “Hey bootybutt, where are you, I want to cuddle you consentually” to my partner

4. last song you listened to — Cavalier by James Vincent McMorrow

5. last time you cried — Yesterday, probably

HAVE YOU EVER:

6. dated someone twice — yea, oops

7. been cheated on — No

8. kissed someone & regretted it — DUH

9. lost someone special — yes….

10. been depressed — Yes

11. been drunk and threw up — HAVE I EVER

LIST THREE FAVORITE COLORS:
 turquoise, red, orange

LAST YEAR (2013), HAVE YOU:


15. Made a new friend — Yes!

16. Fallen out of love — Thankfully, yes 

17. Laughed until you cried — All the time <3

18. Met someone who changed — Yes, and for the better

19. Found out who your true friends are- Yes :)

20. Found out someone was talking about you — Nah

21. Kissed anyone on your FB friend’s list — HAVE I EVER

GENERAL:


22. How many people on your FB friends list do you know in real life — Like 95% of them

24. Do you have any pets — A cranky poodle named Twinky

25. Do you want to change your name — It took a while, but my name is here to stay

26. What did you do for your last birthday — I went to a shitty club 

27. What time did you wake up today — 10 am

28. What were you doing at midnight last night- sleeping!

29. Name something you CANNOT wait for — I want to get my Ochem retake out of the way!!!

30. Last time you saw your Mother — Two weeks ago!

31. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life— Get my time management together damn

32. What are you listening to right now — silence and a crusty-ass air conditioning unit

33. Have you ever talked to a person named Tom?— No? 

34. What’s getting on your nerves right now? — The mold in first court #turdcourt

36. Most visited webpage — facebook or tumblr.

37. Nickname — Tee, Tee Tee, Farty McFarterson, Toro, Tay, Tay Tay, Nena

38. Relationship Status — Not single, but willing to mingle

39. Zodiac sign — Sagittarius 

40. He or She — wtf????? This is so binary tho

41. Elementary- Several in Jersey, Several in FL

42. High School - IB :(

43. College — New college, poo college

44. Hair color — Practically black

45. Long or short — long

46. Height — 5’2.5”

47. Do you have a crush on someone? — obvi, not telling tho

48. What do you like about yourself? — My fart and poop humor

50. Tattoos — Nah

51. Righty or lefty — righty

52. First surgery — None!

53. First piercing — ears

54. First best friend — Stacy (6) she was a jerk tho

55. First sport you joined — Ballet <3

56. First vacation — Puerto Rico I guess??? Is it a vacay if I lived there?

58. First pair of trainers — Nikes

RIGHT NOW: 


59. Eating — nothing

60. Drinking — nothing

61. I’m about to — procrastinate some more 

62. Listening to — crusty-ass ac

63. Waiting for — a package

YOUR FUTURE:

64. Want kids? — Woah this is too much right now

65. Get Married? — Nah

66. Career? — Medical doctor or Epigenetic research scientist—- maybe both? Maybe a doctor with doctors without borders? Who the hell knows

WHICH IS BETTER :


67. Lips or eyes — Lips, omg 

68. Hugs or kisses — Besos

69. Shorter or taller — Taller, because okay

70. Older or Younger — Older, I don’t have time for punk-ass kids

71. Romantic or spontaneous — Spontaneous!

72. Nice stomach or nice arms — Armzzzz

73. Sensitive or loud — Depends on the situation, honestly

74. Hook-up or relationship — Meh, I swing either way here

75. Trouble maker or hesitant —Troube Maker

HAVE YOU EVER :


76. Kissed a stranger — Que pregunta…

77. Drank hard liquor — Yes #regrets

78. Lost glasses/contacts — Yes, oopsy

79. Sex on first date — Yup #moreregrets

80. Broke someone’s heart — Yes, not regretting this one tho

81. Had your own heartbroken — Meh, not really

82. Been arrested —  nope

83. Turned someone down — Yup

84. Cried when someone died — All the time, tbh

85. Fallen for a friend — Yup

DO YOU BELIEVE IN: 


86. Yourself — I do <3

87. Miracles — I believe in chance? Not miracles

88. Love at first sight — Nah, I don’t play that shit

89. Heaven — Nah

90. Santa Claus — why tho

91. Kiss on the first date — Duh

92. Angels: lunaseve sweet-radical-awesome sinxsentimiento seevum floralantagonist enjoy-the-silence queerandreallyfuckedup sixhundredseven boatsandbritain

25 friends: sweet-radical-awesome sinxsentimiento seevum floralantagonist enjoy-the-silence queerandreallyfuckedup sixhundredseven theangryboricua nostudykraken snakevenomisdelicious boatsandbritain khromejio sorryforyourfuglyness sailormango business-witch whisper-something-sweet starletmonster cafe-bustelo freakingginger getcaughtstaringtwice 

wheresmywarhorse:

rlyhigh:

I’m so done

The *duh duh duhs* were so on point I can’t
+Miley Cyrus Under Fire for Desecrating Mexican Flag… with Her Butt

hlv-s:

Miley Cyrus is so vile please diosito santo strike her down

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afro-dominicano:

Afro-Dominican History

In 1503, with the conquest and colonization of the island, the Spanish began to import large numbers of African slaves to replace the native labor, greatly reduced by wars, brutal working conditions and epidemics. About 80 or 90% of the native population died in the first century of the conquest. Meanwhile between 1492 and 1870 some 30,000 Africans were imported to the current Dominican territory to be devoted to sugar.
In 1503, arrived the first African slaves to the Española Island, mostly to the present Dominican Republic, since Spain had largely neglected the west of the island. This first slaves were Black “Ladinos”, i.e. born in Spain and Christianized and arrived as servants for the home of the island´s Spanish elite.
However, the number of slaves imported to the island was already sufficient for developed rebellions and escapes to the mountains by themselves. The rebels Africans lived with the indigenous in shelters away from urban centers. Even so, in 1510, were imported to the island others 250 Ladino slaves and in 1511, arrived others 5.000 African slaves to the shores of the island. In addition, with the establishment of the world’s first sugar mill on the Española island in 1516, the importation of African slaves greatly increased.
The slaves brought to Santo Domingo came from various parts of Africa and therefore belonged to different cultures. Although in the early days the slaves were Ladino, as traffic and intensified trade and colonial authorities demanded more slave labor for plantations and other housekeeping, were allowed introduction of black “bozales”, i.e. slaves imported directly from Africa. In 1522 took place on the island, the first major slave rebellion, rebellion led by 20 Muslims of Wolof origin, originating from Senegal, in an ingenio (sugar factory) of east of Santo Domingo island Many of the insurgents fled to the mountains and established what would become the first autonomous community African Maroon in America.
However, after the success of this revolt, slave revolts continued to emerge. So, emerged some leaders of African slaves, although already baptized by the Spanish, as is the case of Juan Vaquero, Diego de Guzmán and Diego del Campo. His rebellion led many slaves to flee their oppressors and establish many communities in the South West, North and East of the island, causing the first arrival of slaves, but free, in the current Haiti (remember that although this part of the island was also Spanish until 1697, when it was sold to France, had no Spanish people living in it).
This caused some concern among slaveholders and contributed to the Spanish emigration to other places. Thus, although sugarcane increased profitability in the island, the number of imported slaves who fled into it, continued to rise, mixing with Taíno indigenous of these regions. So, in 1530, Maroon bands already were considered dangerous to the Spanish colonists, so they had to carry large armed groups to travel outside the plantations and leaving the large part of the center and north of the island, very mountainous regions, where the Maroons lived (it was so, until 1654 with the conquest of Jamaica by Corsairs of British Admiral William Penn and general Robert Venables).
However, due to the discovery of precious metals in South America, the Spanish abandoned their migration to the island of Santo Domingo to emigrate to South America and Mexico in order to get rich, for they did not find much wealth in Santo Domingo. Thus, also abandoned the slave trade, that is, they stopped exporting slaves to the island. This led to the collapse of the colony in poverty. Anyway, during those years, slaves were forced to build a cathedral that in time became the most oldest in America. They build their monastery, first hospital and the Alcázar de Colón. In the 1540s, the Spanish authorities ordered the African slaves building a wall to defend the city from attacks by pirates who ravaged the islands. They also built the Puerta de las Lamentaciones (in Spanish: Gate of Mercy).
After 1700, with the arrival of new Spanish colonists, African slaves imported was renovated. In both plantations and isolated villages of runaways from east of the island, the population began to focus more on livestock and the importance of racial caste division was reduced, so that began to develop a mix between the Spanish colonists, African slaves and the natives of this part from Santo Domingo. This domain mixing together the social, cultural and economic European element will form the basis of national identity of Dominicans. It is estimated that the population of the colony in 1777 was 400,000, of which 100,000 were Europeans and Criollos, 60,000 African, 100.000 mestizo s, 60,000 Zambos and 100,000 mulatto.
At the end of the eighteenth century, arrived also to Spanish Santo Domingo, fugitive slaves from the French colony of the western part of the island, usually composed of black fugitives, escaped from the rigors of their masters, and that fed the Spanish colony since the time initial establishment of the French on the island. These slaves came directly from Africa, and in some cases they even form communities such as San Lorenzo de Los Mina, who is now district or sector of the city of Santo Domingo. Also, coming slaves from other parts of the West Indies, especially from the Lesser Antilles, dominated by French, English, Dutch, etc.
In 1801 Haitian leader Toussaint Louverture, who had occupied the east of Santo Domingo, abolished slavery in the place, as had happened in the west of the island, freeing about 40,000 slaves, and prompting most people who formed the elite of that part of the island flee to Cuba and Puerto Rico. However, when the Spanish recovered it, Spanish Santo Domingo re-established slavery in 1809.[8] During those years, the French governor Ferrand imported a second group of Haitian slaves, brought by in order to use them in founding the Puerto Napoleon (Samana), French colonial enclave. There was no running for the defeat of the French.
The abolition of the slavery was made in 1822, during the Haitian occupation of the Dominican territory, started in February, 1822. Between 1824, began to arrived African American freed people to Santo Domingo, benefiting from the favorable pro-African immigration policy of Haitian president Jean Pierre Boyer since 1822. This settlers were established in Puerto Plata Province and the Samaná Peninsula —then under Haitian administration. They were called Samaná Americans. Later, in 1844, two Afro Dominicans, Francisco del Rosario Sánchez and Matías Ramón Mella, freed the country alongside with Juan Pablo Duarte, of Haitian domain.
More late, between the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, was developed a traffic black workers from the British West Indies in the first third of this century to work in the sugar plantations of the east of the island, and whose descendants are known today with the name of Cocolos.
After, many Haitian people began to settle in the Dominican Republic, a migration that has continued until today.
Origins
The Atlantic slave trade involved nearly all of Africa’s west coast inhabitants to be forcibly taken to the new world. Most Dominican slaves tended to come from mostly the Kongo people of West-Central Africa (present-day Angola, Republic of Congo, Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo), along with the Igbo (originating from west from Nigeria), Yoruba, Akan and Mandinka tribes.
Others African ethnic groups arrived to Spanish Santo Domingo during the slavery´s period were: Wolof (imported from Senegal), Aja (also called Ararás in Santo Domingo and imported from Dahomey, current Benin), Ambundu (from the Kingdom of Ndongo, in north Angola), Bran (originating from Brong-Ahafo Region, west from Ghana), Fulbe, Kalabari (originating from slave port from Calabar, in Nigeria), Terranova (slaves bought probably in Porto-Novo, Benin), Zape (originating from Sierra Leone), Bambara and Biafada (this latter was originating from Guinea-Bissau) people.
The Wolof were imported to Spanish Santo Domingo from Senegal in the first half of the sixteenth century, until the import of this ethnic group was prohibited after his rebellion in 1522. Many of the slaves were also Ajas, usually taken in Whydah, Benin. The Ajas arrived in Santo Domingo, were well known for having made religious brotherhoods, integrated exclusively for them, as the call San Cosme and San Damian.
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orangemuses:

I love this post so much


my hand slipped

with their new hit song, “Randomly Searching 4 U”

I am re-reblogging just because that was so good

I think this one’s an Always Reblog, because the picture, the illustration, and the song title are just too damn perfect together.
unjardinsecreto:

#tbt Dressed in a traditional Chilean peasant outfit because today is Chile’s independence day! #happy18&#160;!🎉🎉⚪️🔵🔴 #feliz18 #feliz18cabros #chile #latina #roots #fiestaspatrias

bme-and-wttc:

If guys can whistle at me because they think I’m attractive can I throw toilet paper at them because I think they’re assholes?

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catladyproblems:

 

burningbells:

imageIf you need Plan B, here’s a printable $10 off coupon. 

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Anonymous said: This is gonna sound so stupid but what is a fuckboy? lol

rememberingsuunday:

fuckboy symptoms:

  • timothy over here askin’ for nudes when all u did was say hello
  • connor who won’t calm down with his axe spray tryna infect ya lungs
  • colin adding #420 to his bio when he smoked weed one time
  • gregory mad cause u didn’t blow him after the first date

how to spot a fuckboy:

  • white nike tube socks with his adidas sandals
  • he wants to play 20 questions (!!!!!!!!! do not play !!!!!!!!!!! especially if there’s a “;)” involved)
  • relies on his mom but doesn’t respect women
  • looks like he just read one of jaden smith’s tweets in all of his selfies
  • can’t find the clitoris

fuckboys come in all shapes and sizes and results may vary but when he a fuckboy…he a fuckboy…and u will know

dynastylnoire:

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thepoliticalfreakshow:

POLICE BRUTALITY/TERRORISM STRIKES AGAIN: Witnesses Say A Utah African-American Man Was Running Away From Police When They Shot &amp; Murdered Him [TW: Racism, Ethnocentrism, White Privilege]
An attorney for the family of the 22-year-old black man who was fatally shot by Utah police last week says the evidence suggests he was running away—contradicting earlier reports that he had “lunged” at the police officers.
Darrien Hunt attracted police attention Wednesday morning outside Saratoga Springs when he allegedly began walking around with a samurai sword. His family later described the sword as a “harmless 3-foot souvenir sword with a rounded edge” purchased at a gift shop, the AP reports.
Hunt was reportedly shot at least four times and died on the street outside a Panda Expressrestaurant.
Police initially claimed they shot him after he “brandished the sword and lunged toward the officers with the sword,” Utah County Chief Deputy Attorney Tim Taylor told reporters.
But Hunt’s mother—and some witnesses—say otherwise.
"They killed my son because he’s black. No white boy with a little sword would they shoot while he’s running away," Susan Hunt told the Deseret Times. “Those stupid cops thought they had to murder over a toy. This is my baby. This is my family. And they ruined my family.”
According to the LA Times, there’s evidence that suggests the shooting may not have been warranted:

According to Salt Lake City attorney Randall K. Edwards, an independent autopsy conducted Saturday at the behest of Hunt’s family showed Hunt had been shot “numerous times,” none from the front. 
"This is consistent with statements made by witnesses on the scene, who report that Darrien was shot to death while running away from the police," Edwards said in a statement provided to the Los Angeles Times on Sunday. "It would appear difficult, if not impossible, to reconcile these facts with the story released by the Utah County Attorney’s Office that Darrien was lunging toward the officers when he was shot. We continue to hope that a full investigation will reveal the whole truth about this tragedy."

The LA Times does note, however, that Edwards declined to identify the pathologist or provide reporters with a copy of the report.
[image via ABC 4 Utah]
Source: Gabrielle Bluestone for Gawker

You know shit cray when a white mom’s black son can’t even make it to 30. 

they don’t care if your mom is white when you look black
uglyboyzclub:

futurescope:

Solar energy that doesn’t block the view

A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. It is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones and any other device that has a clear surface. And, according to Richard Lunt of MSU’s College of Engineering, the key word is “transparent.”

[read more at MSU] [paper] [picture credit: Yimu Zhao]

wepa today is going to be a great day! 

I hope everyone’s day will be as good as mine <3

"

“Anaconda” turns Nicki’s butt into a literal force of nature, causing earthquakes in a jungle setting. After parodying the idea of exoticism by opening on a jungle scene, she shifts into a workout setup with comically small weights. All of these setups make the same point: Nicki’s body is the modern ideal. And because Nicki is spitting rapid-fire jokes the whole time she is onscreen, it’s impossible to feel like she’s been reduced to a mere body.

This is confirmed by what comes next: Nicki squirting whipped cream on her tits, fondling a banana, and then slicing the banana with a maniacal laugh. Cutting up a metaphorical dick onscreen makes it even more clear that the “Anaconda” video is about Nicki asserting her power, not as a sexual object but a sexual subject. Both the suggestive choreography and the song’s lyrics, which recount a series of sexual encounters, double down on the fact that Nicki has all the power here, and that she can show as much of her body as she likes and retain all that power.

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Nicki Minaj Reclaims the Twerk in the ‘Anaconda’ Music Video « (via shewalkslikethunder)

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