There are two types of countries in the world…

There are two types of countries in the world…

OH MY GLOB!

OH MY GLOB!

The Real Life Elsa

The Real Life Elsa

Tom Hanks with a swing and a miss.

Tom Hanks with a swing and a miss.

It’ll be good once it’s released though.

It’ll be good once it’s released though.

cool—facts:

Science lulz.

cool—facts:

Science lulz.

lindsaylohoean:

"what’s up?"

"the ceiling"

image

(via the-most-hilarious-posts)

hilarious-gifs:

I could do this forever.

hilarious-gifs:

I could do this forever.

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shouldnt:

Titanic theme song vs. ghetto titanic theme song

(via hypnotic-flow)

r-grace-p:


“I’m a naturalized Italian, but I’m from Ghana. I was abandoned by my parents and adopted by two angels. I suffer with racism everyday. I’m the first black to wear the jersey of Italy. I’m not angry, but my life experiences make me act differently from other people. Then, try to learn more before you criticize me.” - Mario Balotelli

I was astounded by the racism in Italy every time I went. If you were non white non Italian (so like Turkish, North African Arab, African, etc.) you were treated like shit. I remember once I met up with an Italian American guy in Venice w my Italian friend in tow, who I always felt was open minded, compassionate.(well ha a week later she threw me to the curb) anyway a guy came over and I couldn’t tell he had an accent when he was speaking Italian bc mine wasn’t that advanced and as he spoke more about himself I learned he was Kurdish, which was just a fact about him. Later when we left my Italian friend said something like “that was so weird to meet that guy and talk to him, those ppl are only like the kebab shop workers”… Wut.

r-grace-p:

“I’m a naturalized Italian, but I’m from Ghana. I was abandoned by my parents and adopted by two angels. I suffer with racism everyday. I’m the first black to wear the jersey of Italy. I’m not angry, but my life experiences make me act differently from other people. Then, try to learn more before you criticize me.” - Mario Balotelli

I was astounded by the racism in Italy every time I went. If you were non white non Italian (so like Turkish, North African Arab, African, etc.) you were treated like shit. I remember once I met up with an Italian American guy in Venice w my Italian friend in tow, who I always felt was open minded, compassionate.(well ha a week later she threw me to the curb) anyway a guy came over and I couldn’t tell he had an accent when he was speaking Italian bc mine wasn’t that advanced and as he spoke more about himself I learned he was Kurdish, which was just a fact about him. Later when we left my Italian friend said something like “that was so weird to meet that guy and talk to him, those ppl are only like the kebab shop workers”… Wut.

(Source: smellslikedossantosspirit, via fuck-bitches-get-money)