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thefrogman:

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kitkatinc:

spelling bee administrator: you word is delicious
me: D to the E to the L I C I O U S to the D to the E to the to the to the
spelling bee administrator: hit it fergie

(via writelexialovesong)

Aug 29, 2014 / 167 notes

thatawkwardequestrian:

all I want is baby pics of my horse so I can cry about how lil and adorable he was

(via horses-and-hope)

typical:

parliamentarians:

Racism and ignorance clearly evident in our society, as experienced by my friend’s sister. This is what her potential dorm roommate, whom she had never met or talked to before, tweeted about her.
"Today I googled my last name and found this as one of the search results. Apparently, just by looking at my profile picture, I am Indian and I can barely speak english. This, my friends, is a prime example of racial profiling. I am an American citizen. I was born in Houston, Texas. My roots are not from India but from Africa. My parents are Algerian. I am Algerian American. English is my primary language and it is a struggle for me to speak my parent’s native tongue. My name is pronounced exactly as it is spelled. I wear a hijab (a head covering), and not a niqab ( a facial covering that excludes the eyes) though I do admire, respect, and find the beauty in all those who do choose to wear the niqab. But this girl is right, I probably would have had a heart attack living with a person who could not, and refused to, respect me and my beliefs. I can only thank God for an opening of a single room shortly after they assigned this roommate, way before I knew she had posted any of this. Alhamdullilah. I also thank God for being born in Houston, one of the most multicultural cities in the United States, and not experiencing racism like this everyday of my life. Sunday is my move in day and the start of my college career. This can be nothing but a good sign for the years to come, inshaAllah.  In conclusion, I urge everyone, please, don’t judge a person by their appearances. Racism exists in this nation because we continue to do so. We have to look beyond the covers of appearances and read the texts of their characters. Stand with me and ‪#‎stopracism‬.” -Roukaya Mabizari


She should be banned from life
Aug 29, 2014 / 52,558 notes

typical:

parliamentarians:

Racism and ignorance clearly evident in our society, as experienced by my friend’s sister. This is what her potential dorm roommate, whom she had never met or talked to before, tweeted about her.

"Today I googled my last name and found this as one of the search results. Apparently, just by looking at my profile picture, I am Indian and I can barely speak english. This, my friends, is a prime example of racial profiling. I am an American citizen. I was born in Houston, Texas. My roots are not from India but from Africa. My parents are Algerian. I am Algerian American. English is my primary language and it is a struggle for me to speak my parent’s native tongue. My name is pronounced exactly as it is spelled. I wear a hijab (a head covering), and not a niqab ( a facial covering that excludes the eyes) though I do admire, respect, and find the beauty in all those who do choose to wear the niqab. But this girl is right, I probably would have had a heart attack living with a person who could not, and refused to, respect me and my beliefs. I can only thank God for an opening of a single room shortly after they assigned this roommate, way before I knew she had posted any of this. Alhamdullilah. I also thank God for being born in Houston, one of the most multicultural cities in the United States, and not experiencing racism like this everyday of my life.
Sunday is my move in day and the start of my college career. This can be nothing but a good sign for the years to come, inshaAllah.
In conclusion, I urge everyone, please, don’t judge a person by their appearances. Racism exists in this nation because we continue to do so. We have to look beyond the covers of appearances and read the texts of their characters. Stand with me and ‪#‎stopracism‬.”
-Roukaya Mabizari

She should be banned from life

(via bridle-less)

Aug 29, 2014 / 53 notes

bridle-less:

love-yourhorse:

Dear dad,
Just finally admit that mom loves me more than you. I mean, I don’t see her picking up your shit all day.
Love, your horse

imbluu

nikkie99:

Don’t know what color this horse is suppose to be. Whether it’s an Appaloosa or a dapple it’s still really cool. I actually kind of love the markings.
Aug 29, 2014 / 4,031 notes

nikkie99:

Don’t know what color this horse is suppose to be. Whether it’s an Appaloosa or a dapple it’s still really cool. I actually kind of love the markings.

(via showjumperx)

Aug 29, 2014 / 316 notes

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Aug 29, 2014 / 3,168 notes
live-jump-ride:

Currently me
Aug 29, 2014 / 927 notes

live-jump-ride:

Currently me

(via writelexialovesong)

Aug 29, 2014 / 69 notes

bridle-less:

lil bit of a mis communication from today….

This is 3’3” and doodles claimed it was 3’9’

i said short, he said long

grom pree

http://bridle-less.tumblr.com

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Aug 28, 2014 / 286,865 notes
  • person: OMG YOU DIDN'T STUDY FOR THE TEST???!?!?!
  • me: nope
  • person: BUT HOW ARE YOU GONNA PASS???
  • me: i'm not
She walked through them and down the hall, turning into the library corridor. Running footsteps approached. She turned to find Neal.
Kel stared at him. ‘What do you think you’re doing?’
He looked down at her for a long moment. ‘You’re the oldest ten-year-old I’ve ever met,’ he said finally.
Exasperated, Kel put her fists on her hips. ‘What is that supposed to mean?”
Neal thrust his hands into the pockets of the breeches he wore at night. ‘It means I’m trying to justify to myself the fact that the best lesson I ever had on chivalry came from someone five years younger than me.’
First Test by Tamora Pierce, chapter 9 (via tamorapiercequotes)

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Aug 28, 2014 / 180 notes