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    winerobsy:

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    dalinabj:

    An icon

    oh my god tom

    SHOOK

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    sixpenceee:

    I love this picture of restaurant owner Scott Van Duzer giving Obama a bear hug in Florida. While not technically brilliant or beautiful, the photo shows a genuine moment of exuberance, and the look of shock on the face of the man on the far right is fantastic

    Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Image

    Obama fist-bumps custodian Lawrence Lipscomb in the White House. Captured by official photographer Pete Souza, this was a moment of courtesy and camaraderie - informal and unscripted, trademarks of his presidency

    Photograph: Pete Souza/The White House

    Obama talks with his daughter Malia on the swing set outside the Oval Office. Obama has always found time for his family despite the demands on his time, and this is a real ‘dad moment’, symbolising the importance of their relationship

    Photograph: Pete Souza/The White House

    After meeting with Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney, Obama mimics her ‘not impressed’ look. His jokey nature and willingness to make a fool of himself has been a large part of his appeal

    Photograph: Pete Souza/The White House


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    justdilla:

    sixpenceee:

    Famous Failures

    I stumbled upon this video a long time ago and it honestly made me feel a lot better.

    “If you’ve never failed, you’ve never lived.”

    I could not fit everyone mentioned in the video in this post so be sure to give the video a look.

    WATCH IT HERE

    Needed this


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    wolftyla:

    stressed. — lemon balm tea.
    bloated. — peppermint tea.
    slow metabolism. — green tea.
    nauseous. — ginger tea.
    sleepless nights. — chamomile tea.
    common cold. — elderflower tea.


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    Hell yeah


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    Jungle/tropical blog


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    ukulelee-screamo:

    Tyler Joseph & Josh Dun || Tourtraits


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  • 04/02/17--21:19: redivide: redivide


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  • 04/29/17--20:34: kushandwizdom: ☀️


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    allhailtheheda:

    matt-the-blind-cinnamon-roll:

    sixpenceee:

    Via GMB Akash

    “I never told my children what was my job. I never wanted them to feel shame because of me. When my youngest daughter asked me what I did. I used to tell her hesitantly, I was a labourer. Before I went to home I used to take bathe in public toilet so they did not get any hint of the work I was doing. I wanted my daughters to send to school, to educate them. I wanted them to stand with dignity in front of people. I never wanted anyone look down at them like everyone looked down at me. People always humiliated me. I invested every penny of my earning for my daughters’ education. I never bought a new shirt, used the money instead for buying books for them. Respect, which is all I wanted them to earn for me. I was a cleaner. The day before the last date of my daughter’s college admission, I could not manage to get her admission fees. I could not work that day. I was sitting beside the rubbish, was trying hard to hide my tears. I was unable to work that day. All my coworkers were looking at me but no one came to speak. I was failed, heartbroken and I had no idea how to face my daughter who would ask me about the admission fees once I back to home. I am born poor. Nothing good can happen with a poor person that was my belief. After work all cleaners came to me, sat beside and asked if I considered them as brothers. Before I could answer they handed their one day income in my hand. When I was refusing everyone they confronted by saying, ‘We will starve today if needed but our daughter has to go to college.’ I cannot reply them. That day I did not take shower. That day I went to house like a cleaner. My daughter is going to finish her University very soon. Three of them do not let me to work anymore. She has a part time job and three of them do tuition. But often she took me to my working place. Feed all my coworkers along me. They will laugh and ask her why she feed them so often. My daughter told them, ‘All of you starve for me that day so I can become what I am today, pray for me that I can feed you all, every day.‘ Now a days I do not feel, I am a poor man. Whoever has such children, how he can be poor. ”

    - Idris

    I may be drunk but this is fucking beautfiul and i am crying

    I’m in tears