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You can tell a lot about someone by the type of music they listen to (can you though?). Hit shuffle on your ipod/phone/itunes/media player and write down the first 20 songs. Then pass this on to at least 10 people. One rule: no skipping. (I added my iTunes rating and play counts of the songs for fun, so that’s optional.)

    • Oxford Comma by Vampire Weekend ( 5 plays)
    • No One’s Gonna Love You by Band of Horses ( 10 plays)
    • River Deep, Mountain High (cover) by Amber Riley & Naya Rivera ( 5 plays)
    • The Kelly Affair by Be Your Own Pet ( 8 plays)
    • Trouble by Connie Converse ( 5 plays)

      • Oh My Gosh by Basement Jaxx ( 9 plays)
      • Woo Hoo by Kesha ( 8 plays)
      • Seashells by Florrie (✮✮✮ 1 play)
      • Million Dollar Bills by Lorde (✮✮✮ 7 plays)
      • Konichiwa Bitches by Robyn (✮✮✮✮ 23 plays)

        • If I Were A Ship by Hey Ocean! (✮✮✮ 4 plays) 
        • Summertime Sadness by Lana Del Rey (✮✮✮ 5 plays) 
        • No Way by The Naked and the Famous (✮✮✮ 1 play)
        • Breathless by The Corrs (✮✮✮✮ 7 plays)
        • Bad Blood by Bastille (✮✮✮✮ 12 plays)

        • Girls by The 1975 (✮✮✮ 5 plays)
        • I Am Sixteen (Going on Seventeen) from the Sound of Music OST (✮✮✮✮ 4 plays)
        • Sunday Best by Washington (✮✮✮✮ 14 plays)
        • Sending Postcards From A Plane Crash (Wish You Were Here) by Fall Out Boy (✮✮✮✮ 15 plays)
        • Moon River by Frank Sinatra (✮✮✮ 5 plays)  

        I am feeling self conscious about how many selfies I am posting at once on the Internet but also 1) these are good selfies 2) lately I have been feeling great about myself body image wise 3) never apologize for selfies and 4) SIX SELFIES MEME. Thank you Tumblr for enabling every bad habit I have ever even thought of having. 

        afraidofwords:

#tbt a couple of weeks ago i completed this illustration as a new companion for an old poem about restlessness — i’ve edited it slightly, posting it here as a reaction to recent tragedies. i’ve been travelling on and off since i was a kid, all thoughts about past (& present) fears/concerns on air travel have now attached themselves to a surreal sense of unease… all loving thoughts to those affected by MH370 / MH17 / GE222. #afraidofwords #art #illustration #tribute

        afraidofwords:

        #tbt a couple of weeks ago i completed this illustration as a new companion for an old poem about restlessness — i’ve edited it slightly, posting it here as a reaction to recent tragedies. i’ve been travelling on and off since i was a kid, all thoughts about past (& present) fears/concerns on air travel have now attached themselves to a surreal sense of unease… all loving thoughts to those affected by MH370 / MH17 / GE222. #afraidofwords #art #illustration #tribute

        Reblogged from afraidofwords

        galaxyspeaking:

        Pheew ! I’m so happy to be done with this ! So I couldn’t help myself and drew some more Teddy/Victoire..

        I like to think that being raised with Harry, Teddy automatically tags along with the great tradition of Weasley gatherings, so he goes to Fleur & Bill’s house pretty often. okay. Maybe a little too often.

        Reblogged from galaxyspeaking

        mindizmyspear:

        This is so amazing. I love connecting with her on this level. It’s such a Pan-African experience, and so it draws us closer. Most of us American Blacks o/ Caribbean Blacks, Continental Blacks etc etc have this or similar experiences with our hair being loved and cared for in this way.

        Also. because it’s on Vogue White folks get some education about who we are which is a nice bonus since my White coworkers/friends don’t know some really BASIC shit about Black culture that is an everyday lived experience for us. I love that she pointed out and honored the differences in her white friend’s hair. Proof positive that you don’t have to fucking metaphorically cut the skin off our bodies and wear it to share culture with us. Yeah everything about this is on point.