Misadventures of a Lane/Morgendorffer Wannabe
mimicryisnotmastery:

goldenazle:

bunnycolada:

goldenazle:

What song is this

you’re too young.

That wasn’t the question.

But that is the answer

mimicryisnotmastery:

goldenazle:

bunnycolada:

goldenazle:

What song is this

you’re too young.

That wasn’t the question.

But that is the answer

sass-master-jack-frost:

snowyarcherprince:

book-harlot:

My gay brother walks into the room without a shirt on
Me: Hey topless
Him: Well you don’t have to rub it in that I’m single

Um…

IT TOOK ME A MINUTE.

BOL

mostlyvalid:

Oh my god, cutest thing EVER. And look at Nick’s face, he totally doesn’t get it.

<3

eyan-j:

thighabetic:

struggletits:

I dont understand how people can just not talk to their siblings

like I get mad at my brothers and sisters but like…. they’re my friends so like I cant just like not talk to them

idk

even like with my parents

When I didnt see my dad for a…

You cant pick your family. Because if I could… I would chose not to be related to about 95% of them… :::NorthWest Baby Shrug:::

lovetheliberiangypsy:

beatsgoboom:

blackmvgic:

alxparkour:

nycole-starksss:

this beat. lunch tables. cafeterias wasn’t safe, b.

So true lmao

Knuckles were hardened

Teachers were irritated

Bus walls were dented

GrinDINGG

Yooooooo!!!

I still do it !

Trash cans were subject to assault as well

Students of color are allowed to enter the classroom but never on an equal footing. When they walk in, they are subject to the same racial stereotypes and expectations that exist in the larger society. Students of color do not have the advantage of walking into a classroom as individuals; they walk in as black, brown, or red persons with all the connotations such racialization raises in the classroom. They do not walk into a classroom where the curriculum embraces their histories. They walk into a classroom where their histories and cultures are distorted, where they feel confused about their own identities, vulnerabilities, and oppressions. There is no level of liberal reforms that can alter these experiences for students of color without directly challenging the larger systems in society.
Critical Race Theory Matters: Education and Ideology | Margaret Zamudio, Caskey Russell, Francisco Rios & Jacquelyn Bridgeman (via yasodhara)

rawrmanifesto:

So I was watching the Babysitter’s Club movie (don’t judge) and the Asian character had to go to summer school cause her grades were bad.

Look at that, the Babysitter’s Club breaking stereotypes and shit.

<3 it

briancalzini:

Tyler: “I didn’t know what the fuck was going on, I thought it was a gunshot. I heard that shit and was like “fuck that”.
???: “You jumped high though.”
Tyler: “I’m black&#8221;

briancalzini:

Tyler: “I didn’t know what the fuck was going on, I thought it was a gunshot. I heard that shit and was like “fuck that”.

???: “You jumped high though.”

Tyler: “I’m black”

Gave up Fried Food for Lent… and what do I see all the time? Fried food… WHYYYYYYY???

** Well I am from FL, but people from up north think I have an accent…oh and FL is the SOUTH! Dont let TV fool you

What American accent do you have?

My Result: The Midland(90%)

"You have a Midland accent" is just another way of saying "you don’t have an accent." You probably are from the Midland (Pennsylvania, southern Ohio, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, and Missouri) but then for all we know you could be from Florida or Charleston or one of those big southern cities like Atlanta or Dallas. You have a good voice for TV and radio.

Additional Results:

The Midland (90%)

The West (69%)

The South (65%)

The Inland North (56%)

Philadelphia (47%)

The Northeast (39%)

Boston (31%)

North Central (29%)

Visit: What American accent do you have?