starry-eyed-wolfchild:

The Braided Rapunzels of Africa

The hairstyle currently making you do a double-take is known as Eembuvi Braids, worn by women of the Mbalantu tribes from the Namibia. It’s a style that requires preparation from a young age, usually around twelve years old, when Mbalantu girls use thick layers of finely ground tree bark and oils– a mixture that is said to be the secret to growing their hair to such lengths.
The girls will live with this thick fat-mixture on their scalp for several years before it’s loosened and the hair becomes visible. It will then be braided and styled into various gravity-defying headresses throughout their life.

theladybadass:

Archers at Harlem’s YWCA (1940)

theladybadass:

Archers at Harlem’s YWCA (1940)

thiskillsthebeat:

kittysegway:

anus:

DOES ANYONE ELSE REMEMBER ZOOMBINIS?

THIS IS MY CHILDHOOD."THERE’S SOMETHING ON THAT I DON’T LIKE""MORE TOPPINGS"I could go on >___>

I had the sequel with the lunch game and the beads, oh gosh.

thiskillsthebeat:

kittysegway:

anus:

DOES ANYONE ELSE REMEMBER ZOOMBINIS?

THIS IS MY CHILDHOOD.

"THERE’S SOMETHING ON THAT I DON’T LIKE"

"MORE TOPPINGS"

I could go on >___>

I had the sequel with the lunch game and the beads, oh gosh.

sublimemichael:

my anaconda don’t want none unless you got 

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hun

suzaku:

#irl princess bubblegum

Reblogged from i hate when boys
Race is constant. You’re tired of hearing about it? Imagine how fucking exhausting it is living it.
— Jon Stewart addressing Fox News’s (white) correspondents whining about hearing about race issues in the United States (via recklessinsanity)
kaiju3:

The American Hogwarts Houses

kaiju3:

The American Hogwarts Houses

Reblogged from Valar Morghulis