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good morning,
eh? you are still sleepy? 
No you can’t, we will be late again.
hm? 5 more mins?
not that again…
you said that and fell asleep yesterday and the day before.
its no use making those sound, its not gonna work today.
here, hurry up and change your clothes.
lets go together.

(Source: samasamadesu)

summonerscode:

Exhibit 241
Tryndamere [21:22]: OHMYGOD OUR SWAIN IS SO RAD
Tryndamere [21:30] : I WANT TO HAVE HIS BABBIES
Swain [21:33]: they’ll be beautiful
Swain [21:37]: we’ll call them
Swain [21:40]: angry birds
(Thanks to Tuskor13 and CC Shepherd for the quote!)

summonerscode:

Exhibit 241

Tryndamere [21:22]: OHMYGOD OUR SWAIN IS SO RAD

Tryndamere [21:30] : I WANT TO HAVE HIS BABBIES

Swain [21:33]: they’ll be beautiful

Swain [21:37]: we’ll call them

Swain [21:40]: angry birds

(Thanks to Tuskor13 and CC Shepherd for the quote!)

(via ticktockdonttouchtheclock)

"Yo it’s your boy! You already know who it is!"

Every rapper that is not your boy and who you do not know at all
(via immiqrant)

(Source: ammarmali, via agentremnant)

fascinasians:

On June 19, 1982, a young Chinese American man named Vincent Chin was brutally beaten to death in Detroit, Michigan. Vincent had been at his bachelor party with friends at a local suburban bar when Chrysler superintendent Ronald Ebens and his stepson Michael Nitz insulted Vincent: “It’s because of you little motherfuckers that we’re out of work.” Ebens and Nitz were found guilty of manslaughter and charged three years of probation, a $3,000 fine, and $780 in court fees without spending a day in jail.
32 years ago, Vincent Chin was beaten to death by two white auto workers because “It’s because of motherfuckers like you we’re out of jobs”. The two men were fined $3000 each and never served a day in jail for murdering 27 year old Vincent with a baseball bat. #NeverForget how the justice system failed us. Never Forget the name #VincentChin.
The murder of Vincent Chin became a pivotal point for the Asian American community and is often considered to be the beginning of the pan-Asian civil rights movement. 

fascinasians:

On June 19, 1982, a young Chinese American man named Vincent Chin was brutally beaten to death in Detroit, Michigan. Vincent had been at his bachelor party with friends at a local suburban bar when Chrysler superintendent Ronald Ebens and his stepson Michael Nitz insulted Vincent: “It’s because of you little motherfuckers that we’re out of work.” Ebens and Nitz were found guilty of manslaughter and charged three years of probation, a $3,000 fine, and $780 in court fees without spending a day in jail.


32 years ago, Vincent Chin was beaten to death by two white auto workers because “It’s because of motherfuckers like you we’re out of jobs”. The two men were fined $3000 each and never served a day in jail for murdering 27 year old Vincent with a baseball bat. #NeverForget how the justice system failed us. Never Forget the name #VincentChin.

The murder of Vincent Chin became a pivotal point for the Asian American community and is often considered to be the beginning of the pan-Asian civil rights movement. 

(via toughtink)

too-punk-to-function:

thestormofbastille:

philplz:

evanedinger:

JUST WATCH THIS PLEASE

I hit reblog so fast I broke my computer.

tears are streaming down my face

(via goodlifequote)

ebkrenz:

Haaaaaaku! I knew you were good!
Painted this as a gift for my girlfriend.

ebkrenz:

Haaaaaaku! I knew you were good!

Painted this as a gift for my girlfriend.

(via morismako)