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itsmichaeldoan:

Miley just broke the laws of physics.

itsmichaeldoan:

Miley just broke the laws of physics.

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— 4 days ago with 98084 notes
Upcoming track list for Drake’s new album:

blackcooliequeen:

1. The Chair
2. What are we?
3. No friend zone.
4. My heart 0 to 100.
5. Pushing daffodils.
6. Love me like a brother.
7. Look at her butt.
8. Can my name be romaine?
9. NyQuil
10. Fuck them skinny bitches
11.Loner with a boner
12. Blue balls
13. Can I nut, or nah?

Bonus tracks:
-little in the middle
-she got much back
-contemplating
-Take Care Reprise: the walk away.
-I love that fat ass.

— 6 days ago with 955 notes
#Anaconda  #Nicki Minaj 

validx2:

When ya homie hit you wit the “Draw 4” in Uno

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(via thesnarktasticleftie)

— 1 week ago with 71783 notes

Over and over again I learn that I shouldn’t judge people before I get to know them. So many times I’ve been proven wrong. 

— 1 week ago with 2 notes
cavetocanvas:

Mickalene Thomas, Sleep: Deux Femmes Noires, 2012
From the Brooklyn Museum:

Thomas transforms Gustave Courbet’s 1866 painting Le Sommeil (Sleep), an interior scene of two nude Caucasian women. Restaging the piece in nature, she depicts two African American women reclining on richly patterned textiles. The contrast between their black and yellow skin tones echoes that between the dark- and fair-haired subjects in Courbet’s painting, while Thomas’s deliberate use of French in her title simultaneously pays tribute to a lineage of Western art history and revises that tradition. As is characteristic of Thomas’s recent work, the surface of the painting is fragmented into a number of angular pieces, drawing attention to the painting as an artful construction rather than a seamless representation of the world around us. Thomas has commented that the panel is based on landscapes by the contemporary British artist David Hockney, suggesting the eclectic nature of her sources of inspiration.

cavetocanvas:

Mickalene Thomas, Sleep: Deux Femmes Noires, 2012

From the Brooklyn Museum:

Thomas transforms Gustave Courbet’s 1866 painting Le Sommeil (Sleep), an interior scene of two nude Caucasian women. Restaging the piece in nature, she depicts two African American women reclining on richly patterned textiles. The contrast between their black and yellow skin tones echoes that between the dark- and fair-haired subjects in Courbet’s painting, while Thomas’s deliberate use of French in her title simultaneously pays tribute to a lineage of Western art history and revises that tradition. As is characteristic of Thomas’s recent work, the surface of the painting is fragmented into a number of angular pieces, drawing attention to the painting as an artful construction rather than a seamless representation of the world around us. Thomas has commented that the panel is based on landscapes by the contemporary British artist David Hockney, suggesting the eclectic nature of her sources of inspiration.

— 1 week ago with 85 notes

glitterswitch:

bagelbrother:

someone was like hey do a flower beard thing and i was like okay

My knees are all weak and stuff.

(via cas-meowster)

— 2 weeks ago with 307396 notes