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#CarefreeBlackWoman: One Day At A Time

Supposedly I am a cynic, but in reality I am a pretty chill gal. I dig indie alternative/soul/hip-hop, films, Netflix/Hulu Plus/HBOGo, pop culture, novels, newspapers, witty conversations, and the list goes on. I used to be told I'm not your average black girl, and it used to be badge. Now it's just a reminder by how ignorant, small minded, and racist folks are. Trying to live carefree, but it's difficult when everything around you tells you otherwise.

My name's Bianca, a 23 year-old college graduate and forever an intern.

znuese:

Sunflower Foxes

Apparently I can’t say ‘scumbags’ in front of my parents.

I swear the older your parents get the more conservative they get.

sapphrikah:

The cutest thing in all of TV history.

sapphrikah:

The cutest thing in all of TV history.

(Source: livingsingle-tv, via insideofcl0uds)

"I can’t be shaken anymore, by anyone. I’ve got to that point in my life that if you’re not a good person, and you can’t make me feel good with love and life, then fuck off, basically."

- FKA twigs (via lunate)

(via caliphorniaqueen)

cracked:

“Please don’t have the Internet yet.”
7 Things That Will Never Happen Again Thanks to Technology

#7. “We’ll Tell You Why at 11”
If you’re watching a local station, every so often you’ll hear a precious nugget of newsery like, “Local police say one city park is infested with cannibal sodomites that can’t be stopped by mortal weapons. We’ll tell you which park tonight, after CSI.” This is how, in 1970, the news tricked you into watching it. They teased you with the knowledge that something dreadful was afoot in your hometown, and if you didn’t tune in to find out what, odds were that you’d wake up dead the next day. The fact they still try that bullshit today is just a testament to how stupid news directors are.

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cracked:

“Please don’t have the Internet yet.”

7 Things That Will Never Happen Again Thanks to Technology

#7. “We’ll Tell You Why at 11”

If you’re watching a local station, every so often you’ll hear a precious nugget of newsery like, “Local police say one city park is infested with cannibal sodomites that can’t be stopped by mortal weapons. We’ll tell you which park tonight, after CSI.” This is how, in 1970, the news tricked you into watching it. They teased you with the knowledge that something dreadful was afoot in your hometown, and if you didn’t tune in to find out what, odds were that you’d wake up dead the next day. The fact they still try that bullshit today is just a testament to how stupid news directors are.

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Annie Clark - Brooklyn Magazine - June 2014

Annie Clark - Brooklyn Magazine - June 2014

(Source: sylviagetyourheadouttheoven, via vampire-holiday)

helpless - friendly fires

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