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September

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September

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bootyscientist:

ladies: if you decide to send a nigga a nude, do yourself a favor and screenshot the inevitable begging that took place beforehand

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September

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Who wants to do my Bio homework?

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September

Web MD says I’m suffering from chronic migraines. 

I have another one. I just want to lay down, but I have all this homework due by midnight. 

I feel like vomiting. 

Feel so shitty. 

Might have to call in tomorrow too. 

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September

"No, fuck you. I was worth it."

- and I’m still worth it // R.R. (via soulsscrawl)

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September

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willkommen-in-germany:

This public swimming pool in Kaiserslautern is called the Waschmühle, locals abbreviate it to Wesch. It’s name comes from a mill that was built here at the end of the 19th century, which utilized the power of the creek’s water to run a laundry mill. At the change of the century, the newly established swimming club of Kaiserslautern had the idea to build a public pool at this location. Sponsors helped to realize the idea. Construction began in 1906; it officially opened in 1908. The pool originally got its fresh water from Eselsbach creek. Next to the big basin, a drawn-out wing of wooden changing cabins was built in art nouveau style. The pool was divided into a men’s section in the west and a ladies’ section in the east. The pool is the oldest of its kind in Germany. It’s not heated. Today, it gets its water from deep wells - water temp is 18-20 Celsius, on hot days, it can reach 24 degrees. Swimmers can jump from a 10-meter diving platform or slide down the water slides. There’s a baby pool for toddlers, a playhouse, swings, ping pong tables, 2 beach volleyball fields, and a soccer field. There also is a kiosk for food and drink. Admission is €2 for adults, and €1 for students, service members, and children 6-15. It’s the biggest one-basin outdoor swimming pool in Europe. 

laceyunderwear How did we not hear about this?!?!

willkommen-in-germany:

This public swimming pool in Kaiserslautern is called the Waschmühle, locals abbreviate it to Wesch. It’s name comes from a mill that was built here at the end of the 19th century, which utilized the power of the creek’s water to run a laundry mill. At the change of the century, the newly established swimming club of Kaiserslautern had the idea to build a public pool at this location. Sponsors helped to realize the idea. Construction began in 1906; it officially opened in 1908. The pool originally got its fresh water from Eselsbach creek. Next to the big basin, a drawn-out wing of wooden changing cabins was built in art nouveau style. The pool was divided into a men’s section in the west and a ladies’ section in the east. The pool is the oldest of its kind in Germany. It’s not heated. Today, it gets its water from deep wells - water temp is 18-20 Celsius, on hot days, it can reach 24 degrees. Swimmers can jump from a 10-meter diving platform or slide down the water slides. There’s a baby pool for toddlers, a playhouse, swings, ping pong tables, 2 beach volleyball fields, and a soccer field. There also is a kiosk for food and drink. Admission is €2 for adults, and €1 for students, service members, and children 6-15. It’s the biggest one-basin outdoor swimming pool in Europe. 

laceyunderwear How did we not hear about this?!?!

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September

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historicaltimes:

Nürnberg, Germany in ruins, June 1945.

historicaltimes:

Nürnberg, Germany in ruins, June 1945.

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September

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pre-medprep:

Always reblog. Always always.

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September

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September

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Remember when the only people who were into to nail art were Asian Black and Latina women and we were all considered tacky ghetto bitches and now that white girls rock nail art it’s now actually considered an ART FORM? Remember that?

whatisthat-velvet:

practicallyblack:

NEVER FORGET

Chile, listen 😒

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September

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lil-chingona:

Every mexican got that dramatic ass tia who’s also a chismosa lmao

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September

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Eff it, I’m calling in tomorrow!
With what started with a headache at the gym escalated to me having horrible nausea, stomach aches, lightheaded, and weakness. I felt dehydrated, but I was drinking water all day. Maybe it’s lack of sleep. Idk, but I’m not going to work like this. Fuck em.

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September

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September

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