tokyo!

I'm in Tokyo!! instagram: @clavicl

Bye bye acrylics :(
LOL

LOL

(Source: taylor-swiftfacts)

sunshinychick:

saddeer:

immigrantgirls:

#lit

classic

dude i don’t even believe this i know i just reblogged it like ten minutes ago but oh my god this baby eats shit from like 4ft in the air and nobody cares this is literally the funniest thing i’ve ever seen in my life 

(Source: weloveshortvideos.com, via nyooms)

undisclosing:

when i was 3 i insisted on having this picture taken

undisclosing:

when i was 3 i insisted on having this picture taken

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dapenguinninja:

sblaze:

lavishvia:

phuckindope:

Paul George is disrespectful b.

lmao did this nigga just signaled them to stop… 😂😂😭

And they all paused.

"No one man should have all that power"

dapenguinninja:

sblaze:

lavishvia:

phuckindope:

Paul George is disrespectful b.

lmao did this nigga just signaled them to stop… 😂😂😭

And they all paused.

"No one man should have all that power"

(via caseyanthonyofficial)

Where were the mop-headed emo boys and Edward Cullen-worshipping Goth girls? Where were the skater kids? The punk rockers?

This is so good I don’t even care that there’s catnip in it

straylightjay:

10 questions to never ask a transgender person by Laura Jane Grace

(via barebackinq)

your fave is problematic: London Tipton

aduhm:

-Capitalist
-Had better half-birthday party the same day as Maddie’s Sweet 16

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whitegirlsaintshit:

controlledeuphoria:

meanfaggot:

Paris: “yah”

Nicole Richie taught me how to be a friend

YAAAAASSSSS NICOLE DRAG HA!

(Source: beyonseh, via geodude)

A video that plays on loop outside of one of the Japanese photo booths. Keep in mind that the average user of one of these Photo Booth is a junior high aged girl. Kind of funny but also kinda horrible. I guess since it’s English the message is kind of lost in translation anyway.

China Town in Yokohama!

plantclad said: how is are homosexuals treated in Japan? do you feel safer there than in the US?

It’s way too complex for me to try and explain, and maybe it’s not my place to comment anyhow, but the short answer is that while I feel safe, being gay in Japan, like any other place, isn’t as easy as being straight. most Japanese people (not all) have never had an openly homosexual friend and don’t comprehend homosexuality beyond what they’ve seen on TV. So in some ways, because of this, Japanese people are more open minded than Americans, but in some instances, people feel already have a pretty good idea of what a gay person looks and acts like (due to TV personalities (some of whom are not even actually gay)) and because no real person matches these caricatures, it’s hard for them to really understand that I’m gay. And also almost no Japanese people have gaydar when it comes to westerners. But being gender nonconforming is pretty easy in japan.