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Danijela. 22. Psych student in Toronto.

moosefix:

moosefix:

Its amazing what you can accomplish when you don’t want to write an essay 

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You are a hero among procrastinators 

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unicef:

All children have the right to an education! 
But a new study just found that a staggering 32.8 million children are out of school in South Asia – and 27 million of them are in just 4 countries – Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Learn more in our new report

unicef:

All children have the right to an education!

But a new study just found that a staggering 32.8 million children are out of school in South Asia – and 27 million of them are in just 4 countries – Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Learn more in our new report

I just feel, and I always have, that dressing ironically in thrift shop clothing is such a white thing to do. And it is a total disregard for people that have to shop at Goodwill and Salvation Army. Someone walking through and laughing at all this stuff while some people are forced to shop there—I remember, personally, growing up in a house where my first blazer came from the Goodwill. So you never want to go back there; if you actually had to wear thrift shop clothing, you’d be dying to have something new. I would have liked to have a new blazer, and I was embarrassed by that fact.

I know the whole thing is a joke and it’s a very catchy beat he has. I get the Macklemore/Ryan Lewis attraction, but these guys are walking around in shit that they find at the Goodwill, and there’s a lot of funny shit at the Goodwill. You re-watch Napoleon Dynamite, and there’s a lot of thrift shopping that goes on in that movie; there’s a lot of funny stuff. It’s definitely amusing, and paying 99 cents for a samurai sword is amazing. But the song itself is sort of making light of anyone who has grown up in a low-income household who wants things.

Al Madrigal on why he hates Macklemore 

Just bringing this back since Macklemore won tonight.

 

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