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unregistered-hypercam2:

unregistered-hypercam2:

this nice old man on the train started talking talking to me about acronyms like LOL and ROFL (which is a conversation I can’t resist) and he told me to get his prototype acronym famous with the kids: FMLO: Farting My Laugh Out

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circuitbird:

footstepsinthefrost:

Why is the blame for romanticizing mental illness lodged at teenage girls documenting/trying to cope with their struggles with mental illness and not grown men who make movies about how medication is evil and schizophrenia is magic powers.

I’m just gonna reblog this every time I see it.

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porcelain-horse-horselain:

socialistexan:

anarchamarxistdrowfeminism:

masturbaedding:

pumpkinspicelatkes:

spookyprincestrider:

sirenlovesong:

summer-tryst:

rightfulqueenofwesteros:

summer-tryst:

White people will literally tattoo ANYTHING on their bodies. ABSOLUTELY. ANYTHING.

why is she tattooing tea on her? did tea save her life? 

I have this feeling that she doesn’t even know what chai means. Probably thought it was spiritual or something. I’m patiently waiting for her response lmao

CHAI IS THE HEBREW WORD FOR LIFE HOLY SHIT LOOK AT THE PICTURE IT SAYS #Hebrew THE WRITING IS IN HEBREW YA’LL ARE BEING PURPOSEFULLY IGNORANT TO SHAME A “WHITE” GIRL WHO ISN’T EVEN WHITE

AYYYY Jew stepping in here.  Chai (chet-Yud) translates to “Life”. Which is what we say out of respect to the familes of those who die. But most importantly it is a symbol of the jewish religion, this being from the saying “Am Yisrael Chai” translating to “The children of Israel are alive”.  Do you know how awesome it is to see someone embracing my culture? I’ve grown up scared to even mention that i’m jewish to people in fear of being attacked or killed. So to see someone tattoo it on themselves is awesome! I mean yeah the Torah forbids it, but it also forbids most medicines so fuck that. All you SJWs go on about “appropriating other people cultures”. But did any of you think to actually ask a Jew?  No.  You all assumed she had “Tea” tattooed on her because saying you’re open minded is completely different to actually having an open mind.
Here’s a little saying for you by Hillel."he who refuses to learn deserves extinction.”
And you didn’t even try to learn.  
Your Anti-Semitism disgusts me and i hope you learnt a lesson here.ps summer-tryst You have embarassed the hell out of yourself. Enjoy eating your own words since Chai “Isnt even spiritual”.  nahh. it just represents the religion that all monotheistic faiths are built upon.  totally not religious.

goyim

goyim are a fucking experience jesus

The “callout” on this post is so embarrassing. 

Eh, I’m all for calling out the crappy commentary, but it’s pretty effed up to tattoo holy Jewish words on you when tattooing is explicitly forbidden by both our religion (Leviticus, which is outdated) and our culture (holocaust tattoos caused a stigma).
So. Yeah. You’re all wrong.

Except that if you look closely at the pic, you can tell that it’s almost definitely a temporary tattoo, which is permitted. It looks like henna or indigo or some other type of paste-textured dye, IMO. Fresh tats don’t look so shiny without swelling and (usually) redness around the area.edit: oh and also the tag under her picture says #henna so……. yeah

porcelain-horse-horselain:

socialistexan:

anarchamarxistdrowfeminism:

masturbaedding:

pumpkinspicelatkes:

spookyprincestrider:

sirenlovesong:

summer-tryst:

rightfulqueenofwesteros:

summer-tryst:

White people will literally tattoo ANYTHING on their bodies. ABSOLUTELY. ANYTHING.

why is she tattooing tea on her? did tea save her life? 

I have this feeling that she doesn’t even know what chai means. Probably thought it was spiritual or something. I’m patiently waiting for her response lmao

CHAI IS THE HEBREW WORD FOR LIFE HOLY SHIT LOOK AT THE PICTURE IT SAYS #Hebrew THE WRITING IS IN HEBREW YA’LL ARE BEING PURPOSEFULLY IGNORANT TO SHAME A “WHITE” GIRL WHO ISN’T EVEN WHITE

AYYYY Jew stepping in here.  Chai (chet-Yud) translates to “Life”. Which is what we say out of respect to the familes of those who die. But most importantly it is a symbol of the jewish religion, this being from the saying “Am Yisrael Chai” translating to “The children of Israel are alive”.  Do you know how awesome it is to see someone embracing my culture? I’ve grown up scared to even mention that i’m jewish to people in fear of being attacked or killed. So to see someone tattoo it on themselves is awesome! I mean yeah the Torah forbids it, but it also forbids most medicines so fuck that. All you SJWs go on about “appropriating other people cultures”. But did any of you think to actually ask a Jew?  No.  You all assumed she had “Tea” tattooed on her because saying you’re open minded is completely different to actually having an open mind.

Here’s a little saying for you by Hillel.

"he who refuses to learn deserves extinction.

And you didn’t even try to learn.  

Your Anti-Semitism disgusts me and i hope you learnt a lesson here.

ps summer-tryst You have embarassed the hell out of yourself. Enjoy eating your own words since Chai “Isnt even spiritual”.  nahh. it just represents the religion that all monotheistic faiths are built upon.  totally not religious.

goyim

goyim are a fucking experience jesus

The “callout” on this post is so embarrassing. 

Eh, I’m all for calling out the crappy commentary, but it’s pretty effed up to tattoo holy Jewish words on you when tattooing is explicitly forbidden by both our religion (Leviticus, which is outdated) and our culture (holocaust tattoos caused a stigma).

So. Yeah. You’re all wrong.

Except that if you look closely at the pic, you can tell that it’s almost definitely a temporary tattoo, which is permitted. It looks like henna or indigo or some other type of paste-textured dye, IMO. Fresh tats don’t look so shiny without swelling and (usually) redness around the area.
edit: oh and also the tag under her picture says #henna so……. yeah

(Source: autumn-tryst)