I love it!
whenever i see posts like this i makeup backstories for the slutty girls
LOOK AT THAT COMMENTARY
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The first line really spoke to me. You?
I think now, more than ever, women need to stand up and be proud of their bodies, all bodies, and love them without conditions… and let it be known.
(and, simultaneously, we need to let it be “okay” for women to be confident about their bodies. All too often, when women (including me) are happy in their own skins, others shut them down. Confidence is not arrogance. She loving she shouldn’t be a bad thing. Modesty is overrated: we need screams, not whispers, ya know? Be loud, be proud, and don’t let others dull your shine.)
These are real fucking stallions.
This picture is great from the start, and then you realize that they’re literally wearing her shoes and it makes it that much better.
This is beautiful.
They look better than me in heels
I will never not reblog this.
Man buys new laptop for teen found using his stolen computer
When Boston graphic designer Fran Harrington had his third computer stolen from his apartment, he didn’t get even. Instead, he bought the teen found using it a new computer.
In an interview with CBS News affilate WBZ-TV, Harrington explained that he caught the teen using security software that allowed him to track activity on the Macbook Pro.
“I watched for about four days,” he said, explaining that he found the computer being used at the home of a family in the South End’s Cathedral Public Housing Complex. “I was giving information to police, and the whole time he didn’t know this was going on at all, that I could see what he was doing,” Harrington added.
It turns out that the teen also didn’t know that the computer he was using was stolen.
“I found out it was bought by a family that had no idea they were buying a stolen computer,” Harrington told the news channel. The family had purchased the computer for their son who was heading off to college.
Instead of pursuing legal action against the teen, Harrington took to fundraising site Indiegogo to help raise money to purchase the family a new computer. As of Thursday he had surpassed his $900 fundraising goal.
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