omg this is messy as fuck
they came with receipts too
she better pray this doesn’t reach any gossip sites
Isabella’s Hair and How She Learned to Love It is a children’s book by New York author of Afro-Boricua descent, Marshalla Soriano Ramos.
Ramos, who is also an English as a Second Language teacher, poet and Mom, wrote Isabella”s Hair and How She Learned to Love It “out of a desire to respond to the issues surrounding self image within the Afro-Latino community and to contribute to multi-cultural protagonists being represented in children’s literature” [x].
Above picture courtesy of WordPress blog Festival AfroLatino de Nueva York.
the funniest thing in twilight is when bella thinks that the guy she has a crush on might be a vampire so she goes home and just googles the word “vampire” it’s ridiculous but also exactly what I would do in that situation
TUESDAY AGAIN NO PROBLEM
*passes my exes house and honks my horn very loudly so that he knows I’m still alive and I have more money than him*
phenomenal comment chain on a lyric video for nicki minaj’s verse from Monster