"Not If it's Creepy!"

cashmerethoughtsss:

strugglingtobeheard:

jamaicanfemmefatale:

postwhitesociety:

highvoodoopussypope:

cuppycakeermk:

this moment was so sad.

black girls are human beings

man i used to really not like her. tumblr showed me the way

I felt that last comment

black girls are vulnerable. we have feelings. we dont always care what others think, but what they say can have an affect on us. no one wants to let us live. i can only imagine if my words were on a scale as large as hers, how difficult it would be.

She’s always bashed, criticized, made fun of, and her words and sentiments are almost always dismissed. People look at her and don’t take her seriously and it’s completely unfair. 

redhoodling:

make me choose: Angel\Buffy or Spike/Buffy (by xxfleurdelysxx)

What you’ve done for me, I can’t describe. I can’t pronounce. You gave me perfection and you gave it up. Jesus, Angel. That’s not just the love of my life. That’s the guy I would live it with.”

Reblog if you’ll PUBLICLY answer anything in your ask right now.

yemme:

uniqueme2417:

ishipdacey:

Lesso 8: You just can’t FORCE someone to love you.

Hey Danny of 1A and Lacey. I will never get over those looks he gave her. 

Bwahahahahahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaa…. I can’t stop laughing… Man you writers and your practical jokes.

yemme:

The Look of Love… Is in Your Eyes…

yemme:

The Look of Love… Is in Your Eyes…

risdaniels:


adriofthedead:

pyopyon:

jamesisrambling:

Biggest Nope I’ve Seen To Date

"Did you just catch that?"

I like that the batter actually looks impressed

I see this come across my dash one every three months or so and it still amazes me.

risdaniels:

adriofthedead:

pyopyon:

jamesisrambling:

Biggest Nope I’ve Seen To Date

"Did you just catch that?"

I like that the batter actually looks impressed

I see this come across my dash one every three months or so and it still amazes me.

Buffy’s delusion is multilayered. She believes she’s some type of hero. The Slayer.

You came here because you needed something, right?
sinkcars:

If we can talk for a moment about how incredibly important this show is. 
This character showed that a fighting female character can garner the numbers necessary to stay on the air and launch a number of successful careers for those involved. This show changed the face of the horror genre, both for television and film. And to see a girl on network television kicking ass? (I’ll casually point to Xena: Warrior Princess here, too.) Buffy literally kicks ass, and she looks damn good doing it. She is a conflicted, imperfect teenage girl, but there’s a sense that, even without slayer abilities, she’d lay down her life to protect the people she loves. She struggles to be good, to be what the “real world” expects, to be happy so her family and friends won’t worry. She was never given the chance at a “normal” life, and the segment of her life that we’re shown is horrifying and heartbreaking. 
Buffy helped to pave the way for believable, strong female characters in television. (Do you really think there’d be a Veronica Mars without her? An Olivia Pope? Or Abbie Mills?) She influenced a whole generation of kids that looked to her and thought, If she can get through high school, so can I. Buffy was strong and beautiful. She proved that a woman can be sexual without being “a slut.” Can be emotional without being weak. She showed us it’s okay to be damaged and unsure. Because in her immortal words, “The hardest thing in this world is to live in it.”
She proved you can wear the dress and the leather jacket. You can do your makeup and carry a stake, a crossbow, a knife. You can be yourself, no matter how flawed or strange, and you can still have friends.
I learned from a whole host of real life women how to be strong, but I learned how to kick ass from Buffy Summers.

sinkcars:

If we can talk for a moment about how incredibly important this show is. 

This character showed that a fighting female character can garner the numbers necessary to stay on the air and launch a number of successful careers for those involved. This show changed the face of the horror genre, both for television and film. And to see a girl on network television kicking ass? (I’ll casually point to Xena: Warrior Princess here, too.) Buffy literally kicks ass, and she looks damn good doing it. She is a conflicted, imperfect teenage girl, but there’s a sense that, even without slayer abilities, she’d lay down her life to protect the people she loves. She struggles to be good, to be what the “real world” expects, to be happy so her family and friends won’t worry. She was never given the chance at a “normal” life, and the segment of her life that we’re shown is horrifying and heartbreaking. 

Buffy helped to pave the way for believable, strong female characters in television. (Do you really think there’d be a Veronica Mars without her? An Olivia Pope? Or Abbie Mills?) She influenced a whole generation of kids that looked to her and thought, If she can get through high school, so can I. Buffy was strong and beautiful. She proved that a woman can be sexual without being “a slut.” Can be emotional without being weak. She showed us it’s okay to be damaged and unsure. Because in her immortal words, “The hardest thing in this world is to live in it.”

She proved you can wear the dress and the leather jacket. You can do your makeup and carry a stake, a crossbow, a knife. You can be yourself, no matter how flawed or strange, and you can still have friends.

I learned from a whole host of real life women how to be strong, but I learned how to kick ass from Buffy Summers.

chatnoir-chatblanc:

Kol & Bonnie 4.23You saw all my pieces broken…this darkness that I could never show..
Crea by chatnoir-chatblanc / Siksika

chatnoir-chatblanc:

Kol & Bonnie 4.23
You saw all my pieces broken…this darkness that I could never show..


Crea by chatnoir-chatblanc / Siksika