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Thedragoninmygarage meulin weipon @arfabear

thedragoninmygarage:

meulin-weipon:

Republicans

This is at least the 5th time around. Forever reblog.
Monstersinmirrors we need to realise that @arfabear

monstersinmirrors:

“We need to realise that every one of us is different”, she advises. “We are all imperfectly perfect. I wanted to show society that beauty isn’t just about looking a certain way, we are all so different and we should all celebrate our individuality. I used to keep my beard for religious reasons, but now I keep my hair to show the world a different, confident, diverse and strong image of a woman. I love my beard, it has become a part of my body and I do not want to remove it. Love yourself, YOU are the only YOU that YOU have.” 

 This lady is badass! Check out the rest of the article to see what she says:

http://www.rocknrollbride.com/2015/06/flower-beard-bridals-with-harnaam-kaur/

Look at our sweetest puppy her name is bee and @arfabear

Look at our sweetest puppy- her name is Bee and she is just the sweetest most loving thing as long as you are not secretly a cat mascarading as a person… Then all bets are off!

Why i am starting to question my own existence @arfabear

Why?

I am starting to question my own existence because of New Zealand’s lack of existence on map and diagrams.

Mage of rage micdotcom millennials agree with @arfabear

mage-of-rage:

micdotcom:

Millennials agree with Bernie Sanders on almost every issue 

Despite very low levels of trust in the federal government and elected officials (you try growing up under President George W. Bush and graduating into the Great Recession), millennials are more politically engaged in their everyday lives than any previous generation. And on nearly every one of the issues that millennials consider to be the most important, Sanders comes out as the unlikely champion.

Boost every sanders post. He needs us.

Busket sinshine so the bernie sanders @arfabear

busket:

sinshine:

So the “Bernie Sanders Exposed” group on Facebook put this up as I guess reasons not to vote for him but all I’ve been seeing all day is people going FUCK YEAH I’LL VOTE FOR THAT. 

PRINT THIS OUT AS A CAMPAIGN POSTER I CAN GET BEHIND THIS

Dressing room selfie gratuitous pose to make my @arfabear

Dressing Room selfie …. gratuitous pose to make my arms look bigger!!

Lesserjoke senator bernie sanders is running @arfabear

lesserjoke:

Senator Bernie Sanders is running for President on a very simple message: enough is enough. Find out more about his stance on the issues here, donate to his campaign here, and look for him in the six recently-announced Democratic primary debates this fall.

Lizzy lue nothingbutthedreams @arfabear

lizzy-lue:

nothingbutthedreams:

mia-the-wonder-slut:

misscoco:

The world is a mean place, so I’m bringing this picture back.

“Serena McKellen” - Sir Ian McKellen

Best human.

Gandalf the Rainbow. The only thing that trumps a white wizard.

Willow wanderings thebicker how @arfabear

willow-wanderings:

thebicker:

^^^^^HOW PRIVILEGE WORKS.

YES THIS IS EXACTLY IT.

Npr a recent study tried to explain the divide @arfabear

npr:

A recent study tried to explain the divide in Eastern and Western culinary philosophy though some nifty data crunching. Researchers from the Indian Institute for Technology in Jodhpur looked up the ingredient lists for more than 2,000 Indian recipes. They then analyzed the chemical components of these ingredients, looking at the compounds that, when combined, give foods their taste.

They concluded that what makes Indian cuisine so exquisite is its tendency to bring together lots of different ingredients with flavor molecules that don’t overlap.

That’s quite different from how Western cuisine works — previous research has shown that it relies on pairing ingredients that, at the molecular level, share lots of similar flavor compounds.

Why the difference? The answer, it turns out, has just as much to do with economics, politics and religion as it does taste.

How Snobbery Helped Take The Spice Out Of European Cooking

Photo Credit: Sara Marlowe/Flickr

Unite4humanity he gets it @arfabear

unite4humanity:

He gets it.

Despite his general sillyness russel brand really @arfabear

despite his general sillyness Russel Brand really does have moments of genuine insight and thoughtfulness.

I think I actually align pretty well with his thoughts and philosophies- Maybe I should get his book, Revolution, and give it a read.

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