17 year old Nicole. - You know what? If after seeing this blog you come to my home and brutally murder me, I do not blame you, but the cops will. Behave, son.  precious narwhals

demispooky:

male teachers arent allowed to dress code female students anymore at my school because somebody pointed out that if they had been dress coded for their shorts/skirt being too short or their bra showing by a male teacher, that meant said male teacher was looking at her ass and boobs i am laughing my fucking ass off

Anonymous: what are your favorite animes?

oooooh thats a good question

Saint Seiya, Inuyasha, Kuroshitsuji, SAO (only the first season), Tokyo Ghoul, FMA Brotherhood, Shingeki no Kyojin, Mirai Nikki, Another, Hellsing, Elfen Lied, Death Note (duh), Rurouni Kenshin, Ao no Exorcist, D. Gray-man, Psycho-Pass, Spice and Wolf (them feels), Dragon Ball, Hunter x Hunter, Cowboy Bebop, and it goes on and on and on

“Everyone has their own story and that’s something I hope for everyone to learn at a young enough age. Just because something is right for someone else doesn’t make it right for you. It’s cooler to be yourself.

Character Development

Sebastian:Here is your milk with honey. Please enjoy!
Ciel:Tanaka says I shouldn't have too much honey or I will get cavities.
Sebastian:Ah. Then just for tonight.
Ciel:All right.
*3 years later*
Ciel:Cake, motherfucker!
Sebastian:Fruits and vegetables first, you little shit!
Ciel:Go to hell!
Sebastian:I am hell!
Anonymous: Where are you from?

I’m from Brazil 

The Incas, the Aztecs, the Mayans, all dark-skinned Indian people, had a highly developed culture here in America, in what is now Mexico and northern South America. These people had mastered agriculture at the time when European white people were still living in mud huts and eating weeds. But white children, or black children, or grown-ups here today in America don’t get to read this in the average books they are exposed to.
Malcolm X (via american-radical)

pepperish:

 Today is a sad day for Brazil.

 In Brazil, today was election day. We had the chance to choose our MPs, Federal Deputies, Senators, Governor and President. What is only possible because we live in a democracy

 Still, the candidate for Federal Deputy with the highest number of votes was a man called Jair Bolsonaro. This is painful and very, very ironic.

 It says the majority of my country voted for a man who is openly against democracy. Who defends torture as a valid way to take information out of someone. Who says, to quote, “Pinochet should have killed more people”. Who wants to strip homossexuals of their civil rights, such as marriage and adoption. Who isn’t afraid to say he’s both racist and sexist. Who defend things such as death penalty and the reduction of our age of criminal responsibility. 

 It says my country is much, much more behind in values and progressive thinking than it can ever be in technology or economics. It tells me the problem are us. 

 And I see friends celebrating it. It’s almost enough to make me lose all hope.

 The presidential vote headed  for runoff. We are now facing a choice between our current President, Dilma Rousseff, who is a woman of the so-called left-wing (we don’t have such a thing as real left-twing and right-wing parties, as they act on their own accord thinking solely on their personal profit) and a candidate from the opposition, from the party that was in charge until the Workers Party was elected in 2002.

 Since then, in the last twelve years, our current government took half our population from misery. They raised the minimum wage, increased public spending on public education (it went from 17bi to 94bi in their government, which had a huge impact on our public universities - they are the best we have - that were scrapped when they assumed it), they decreased considerably our external debt, inflation and unemployment. More than anything, Brazil is for the very first time out of the global map of hunger. This is an enormous achievement.

 And I see a lot of people supporting the other candidate simply because the current government take care of the needs of the poor (implementing social programs to help them get through the basic) more than the interests of middle and high classes. I mean, who care about the miserables, right? The economy in this last year wasn’t satisfactory enough - let’s just ignore the fact that we went from being the 14th economy of the world to the 6th during their government, it’s not relevant right now because it doesn’t bode well with our complaints.

 Also, let’s not mention that the other candidate, Mr. Aecio Neves, when was Governor of the state of Minas Gerais, took public money, 14bi, to build a fricking airport inside his family property so they could continue their business to sell cocaine comfortably. They were busted by our federal police with 445 kilos of cocaine alone, not to mention other drugs. But he says he’s going to change the country and erradicate corruption. And there are people who believe him!

 I mean, really… 

 I’m not saying our current party or president are perfect. Far from it. We had many corruption scandals, but this is not news. Corruption is a very deep rooted problem in our politics and one everyone addresses to in campaign but never takes action upon. Mr. Aecio Neves is not the change we’re looking for, he’s only the return of a past where social inequality, unemployment and external debt were much bigger problems than they are today.

 This is a literal setback.

 I do believe our current president is going to be reelected - I didn’t vote for her in the first round, going for other candidate, called Eduardo Jorge, who had the guts to defend women’s reproductive rights, homossexual/transgender rights, defense of the environment and also the mantainance of the Worker’s Party social politics -, but I’m definitely going for her in the runoff. 

 Still, seeing all this happen breaks my heart. It really does.

     Also lest not forget what Aecio did to MG. He made that state become the most indebted of all of ours states, even passing Piaui. The education? The teachers don’t know if they have a job or not. He was supposed to invest 25% in education and all he did was 11% and a private airport in one of his family’s properties. He does not know how to administer a portion of our land now, I dare you to imagine what he will do with the whole thing.

   Pressing 45 will not bring the change you want. You have Dilma and PT? Well, that’s the best option we have, since you all blew the rest. And even the other candidates are not well prepared to rule a country.  

     PSDB has the highest number of corrupted members. You voted for THAT to take over our future. Congratulations. You know what else you voted for? A fuck you to the poor and most part of the population (unless, of course, you are rich) of our country. You gave more power to the media. You said no to proper education. You said no to health care because he will end our program with Cuba. That’s what you voted for. You voted for the oppresion of the negroes and poor. You said no to a chance of equality. You said no to feminism and the LGBT community. 

      I hope you are proud of yourself.