1. dennys:

    nonstaff:

    What’s up with the denny’s tumblr? Does a national restaurant chain really need to post such stupid stuff?

    I came out to have a good time and I’m honestly feeling so attacked right now

  2. http://jamiesinverguenza.tumblr.com/post/92412278624/inkskinned-idk-man-it-just-makes-me-so-so-so →

    inkskinned:

    idk man it just makes me so so so sad when you’re watching a cutiepie talk about their passion like when they light up and start bubbling over with words and then all of a sudden they stop themselves and say stuff like “sorry, i know this is boring” or “sorry i just got excited”

  3. (Source: spinsterprivilege)

  4. vivadapizza:

    Acab always but would you kiss agent cooper y/n?

  5. 20 July 2014

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    geesissy

    geesissy:

    birthday pie, west oakland, 2014

  6. thefinalfucks:

    Down Rodeo is literally the best song on the planet

  7. reblog if capitalism ruined ur chill aesthetic

    (Source: stepitupforthecoolcats)

  8. pokemon-personalities:

    an aesthetic that will never go out of style: making others feel loved, needed, and important 

  9. brujacore:

    ethiopienne:

    Help fund Happy Birthday, Marsha!

    Happy Birthday, Marsha! tells the story of legendary best friends, Marsha “Pay it No Mind” Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, and the bold everyday decisions they made that helped spark the 1969 Stonewall riots. 

    When Marsha and Sylvia, self-proclaimed “street queens” – homeless, Black & Latina trans women – ignite the Stonewall Rebellion, they change LGBT politics forever. It’s a hot summer day in June, 1969. Marsha throws a party, but no one shows up. Meanwhile, Sylvia gets stoned and forgets the party after unsuccessfully introducing her lover to her family. Throughout the difficult day, the friends struggle with harassment and alienation before converging at the Stonewall Inn to finally celebrate Marsha’s birth. Unbeknownst to them, the NYPD has plans to raid the bar that night. Happy Birthday, Marsha! is the story of two brave best friends and the everyday decisions they made that changed the course of history.

    Why are we making Happy Birthday, Marsha?

    We truly believe how we tell the stories of our heroes matters, so we are drawing upon our community to make this film because we have an opportunity to make a movie written, directed and produced by people living Sylvia & Marsha’s legacy through our own work. It’s been 45 years since the Stonewall rebellion yet the leading role that street queens, trans women of color and gender non-conforming people had during the riots hasn’t received the recognition it deserves. By making Happy Birthday, Marsha! we are seeking to change that, but we need your help to make it happen.

    Let’s make this happen folks!

    I’m already cryin from happier and sads

  10. 19 July 2014

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    fagbrat

    fagbrat:

I have so many fireworks. I am so happy. #browntakeover2k14  (at Shelton Fireworks)

This is 15 mins from my dads house

    fagbrat:

    I have so many fireworks. I am so happy. #browntakeover2k14 (at Shelton Fireworks)

    This is 15 mins from my dads house