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britzophrenia:

shadesofsky:

sssibilance:

yourpersonalcheerleader:

linrenzo:

videohall:

Baby laughing while getting shots

> Rock star doctor.

I don’t care how old he will be I’m taking my future children to him

My heart!

That person is in the right field!  So many pediatricians are terrible with children; you can tell this person LOVES children and taking care of them.

I appreciate this doctor singing the Barney clean up song.

This is someone who loves what they do






lollipvps:

But you have to understand that when both my cousin and I came out as bisexual to our great-aunt, she told us we were too young to label ourselves.

You have to understand that both of my brothers are gay and came out to her before the ages of 15. She had absolutely no problem.

My great-aunt is a 69 year old lesbian.

You have to understand that not every aspect of biphobia has to do with homophobia.











vul-va:

I know many people are concerned for Pakistan and as Pakistanis within the country and abroad, we all appreciate it and feel grateful for it. But what we don’t need is an over-simplification of the events taking place in Pakistan at the moment. It is very easy to accept bits and pieces of information from here and then and regurgitate it until it doesn’t make sense anymore. Please remain wary of ISPR-sourced links; they are the military cited info-bits and if you study our history, you will see that the military uses civilians against each other and then appoints itself as the guarantor of “democracy.” Please also understand that Imran Khan and Qadri have their own class interests to pursue and it is more than obvious that they do not care about the civilians on ground sacrificing themselves. If they did, you wouldn’t see them behind bulletproof shields, a luxury their supporters do not have at this moment. Please also remain aware of the fact that this case is not a case of choice: Pakistanis are quashed in the middle of three different entities that care very little for the average man and woman. First is the Military institution that has America’s covert and overt funding and support; this institution presently approves of Khan and Qadri. Second is the civilian leadership that works in cahoots, more often than not, with the same military but remains invested in its own nepotism and rigging (the dominant complaint from citizens today). Third is the judicial institution that oscillates between civilian and military positioning but rarely provides justice to the common man and woman.

This development also comes at a time when there is a US-funded PK-executed military operation taking place in Waziristan. By fragmenting the attention toward the barbaric offensive against Pakistani civilians, the Army and the Civilian leadership has everyone tied to the capital. There’s a lot going on and reducing it to a rushed post doesn’t help anyone, least of all the Pakistanis.

S. Ijaz sums it up wisely:

The illusion of civilian, democratic supremacy has been the primary casualty of the fiasco thus far; the velvet coup is upon us already. The real possibility is that it will reduce the business of all governance to politics of survival; one long day at a time. The non-existent debate on social and economic rights will remain non-existent. There will be no time or energy for institutional reforms. In due course, the saturation point with the political drama, with the shenanigans of Imran and Qadri, on the one hand, and the indifference of Nawaz Sharif, will be reached on the other. The recently politicised urban middle class will go back to normal life, shrugging their shoulders and with the customary, “they are all the same”. The democratic project undermined now, will diminish further, perhaps worse, it will create a vacuum yet again for a demagogue egoist, another Imran Khan with hollow rhetoric to come in another few years. We do not need that.

At the end of the day, when the middle class goes back to a lull, the working class, poor Pakistani will face the viciousness of all three institutions once more, even worse than before. Please keep these points in mind when you reblog and share photos. It’s easy sharing context-less info but it has a dangerous outcome: You oversimplify a country’s history to a meme and we all know how dismissive and disrespectful that is.

Please be mindful of these things.






okay-styles:

more1dstories:

myboys1d:

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the queen, everyone

image

Liam is like ‘Getting real tired of this last minute shit, Lou.’

‘no one is a diva’ 






scrapes:

Stop stop STOP






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denchgang:

never skip leg day






im so offended by that so called psychologist calling harrys face average 






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hi i am SO IN love with harry styles that he is confusing my order






a psychologist explains why harry is so fit






i finally put 1D back on my ipod im so excited to Fuckin Party











hi im making it illegal to reblog food at night time when i am hungry and not able to eat