the-goddamazon:

thebluelip-blondie:

whitegirlsaintshit:

titytwochainz:

imkingshaq:

deadass-b:

nadroleon:

Oh god. I missed this one. This is also from the protest in favor of Darren Wilson

Real life Uncle Ruckus. Grade A piece of shit.

he looks like a visible fart

niggas asked me why its so bad to get dunked on and this is why. this is who you become,

he look like he’ll suck the crust off a white woman named Tammy’s toes after she walked around six flags barefoot while he beats off. so, is it really a loss????

this is a sin and a shame

He was that one Black kid who only sat with the white preps at the lunch table. I bet his closet full of Hollister.



trypophobic-canine:

sometimes i actually go on facebook and then

201,789 notes   -  17 August 2014


nevver:

Cutting a record

6,361 notes   -  17 August 2014

chellzisyeezus:

that-one-conceited-weird-genius:

ITS CHIEF TOAD FROM NAURTO!!!!

Awh


Turns is over…move in day 1 is over…time to get drunk

Turns is over…move in day 1 is over…time to get drunk


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cocoavixen:

On October 2, 1978, Tim Allen and his drug dealing partner were caught with over a pound of cocaine at a Michigan airport. Allen was released on bail, and his trial was to begin in November. Allen testified against his drug dealing partner, and in exchange, received a lesser sentence. He served two years and four months at the Sandstone Federal Correctional Institution. Initially, his sentence was eight years in federal prison. While in prison, Allen used the situation to practice his comedic skills once again, and was known to make other inmates and guards laugh. He got out on parole in 1981. #tooltime

cocoavixen:

On October 2, 1978, Tim Allen and his drug dealing partner were caught with over a pound of cocaine at a Michigan airport. Allen was released on bail, and his trial was to begin in November. Allen testified against his drug dealing partner, and in exchange, received a lesser sentence. He served two years and four months at the Sandstone Federal Correctional Institution. Initially, his sentence was eight years in federal prison. While in prison, Allen used the situation to practice his comedic skills once again, and was known to make other inmates and guards laugh. He got out on parole in 1981.
#tooltime



inmyivystance:

thegameswelove:

Waitin’ on her next victim..

Go, boo.

13,185 notes   -  15 August 2014


becquerel-fahrenheit:

unamusedsloth:

Well, at least the day can’t get any worse.

It can if all of these happen to you in one day

125,120 notes   -  15 August 2014


journolist:

Here’s a by-the-numbers look at who lives in Ferguson, who’s in charge, who gets stopped by police, and more.

99,228 notes   -  15 August 2014


ladyluna13:

heavenrants:

Why you should be following Tracee Ellis Ross on Instagram 

I’d marry her tomorrow if she asked.

8,153 notes   -  15 August 2014