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trillaryclinton:

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hugepoppa:

How i feel this friday

 

woe is me

this shit nasty

This might have been dope to me if his teeth were immaculate

This seems impractical

Creepef the fuck out…
And they lock doors when somebody dark walks by

Is this healthy? Like can’t dirt just fly in his mouth?

^^^
I was thinking that

dynastylnoire:

thatdudeemu:

90andforever:

brispyedges:

transientsoulscribbles:

trillaryclinton:

brownbootyextract:

eatshitwhiteboy:

hugepoppa:

How i feel this friday


 

woe is me

this shit nasty

This might have been dope to me if his teeth were immaculate

This seems impractical

Creepef the fuck out…

And they lock doors when somebody dark walks by

Is this healthy? Like can’t dirt just fly in his mouth?

^^^

I was thinking that

blackglorious:

ancestralvoices:

The concept of sticking pins in a doll used to inflict pain on others is not traditional in the practice of Haitian Vodun. Dolls/figurines have been used as symbolic icons on shrines or in rituals to represent the Loa/Lwa (Divine forces of nature). 










Voodoo dolls are now commonly found in New Orleans, Louisiana; this is due to the mix of spiritual practices including Vodun, Hoodoo and European magical practices.Some Western African practices use figures with and nails and pins in them they are known as nkisi. However instead of being used to inflict pain they are essentially a container of spiritual forces that are used for healing purposes. The concept of revenge dolls can be traced back to medieval European folk magic with use of poppets, effigies of specific people, which were used to place curses. The poppets however were also used for positive purposes such as healing and bringing good luck.NOTE INCLUDING VISUALShttps://www.facebook.com/notes/ancestral-voices-esoteric-african-knowledge/did-you-know/433913709971094?ref=notif&notif_t=like











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blackglorious:

ancestralvoices:

The concept of sticking pins in a doll used to inflict pain on others is not traditional in the practice of Haitian Vodun. Dolls/figurines have been used as symbolic icons on shrines or in rituals to represent the Loa/Lwa (Divine forces of nature). 


Voodoo dolls are now commonly found in New Orleans, Louisiana; this is due to the mix of spiritual practices including Vodun, Hoodoo and European magical practices.

Some Western African practices use figures with and nails and pins in them they are known as nkisi. However instead of being used to inflict pain they are essentially a container of spiritual forces that are used for healing purposes. 

The concept of revenge dolls can be traced back to medieval European folk magic with use of poppets, effigies of specific people, which were used to place curses. The poppets however were also used for positive purposes such as healing and bringing good luck.

NOTE INCLUDING VISUALS
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notes/ancestral-voices-esoteric-african-knowledge/did-you-know/433913709971094?ref=notif&notif_t=like

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cheredyles:

Look at this!!! LOOK AT THIS! Spread this shit like wildfire! Safe Trek!

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Awesome, Lovely, Randomness

Anonymous asked: Andre 3000 isn't even a rapper have you ever listened to his only real song Hey Ya?? He doesn't rap in that you are a moron.

dynastylnoire:

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welovekanyewest:

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Stop blogging from your cradle, no-nothing crackerpotamus.

^^^^^^^^^^^

lephreaux:

Dear Pharrell, 

I think Kanye said it best.

"Even if you in a Benz, you still a nigga in a coupe."

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"I guess you ain’t really hungry then."

A response from the home owner, usually a parent or grandparent, when one rejects their undesirable food options. African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs)

true life

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stereoculturesociety:

CultureVIDEO: “Someday (You’ll Want Me To Want You)” Della Reese

CBC Canada TV special, 1960. Fantastic performance. Just a reminder that in her youth she was a phenomenal torch singer. 

angryblackman:

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jukadiie:

assgod:

the library is officially closed

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!!!

Anderson SLAYS!!!!

DAMN

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rapcoloringbook:

New comic at Complex. Thank you. 
Bun B’s Rap Coloring and Activity Book is in stores now. Please go buy one. Big Boi is in it. I met him. He’s an angel.
Rap Coloring Book on Twitter

rapcoloringbook:

New comic at Complex. Thank you. 

Bun B’s Rap Coloring and Activity Book is in stores now. Please go buy one. Big Boi is in it. I met him. He’s an angel.

Rap Coloring Book on Twitter

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thechanelmuse:

mymodernmet:

Lance Underwood (QT Albums on Tumblr) has undoubtedly cemented his status as a “cool dad” thanks to his fantastic recreations of music album covers featuring his two sons, Taj and Amar.

Cool dad, indeed. Love this.

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lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

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gradientlair:

christel-thoughts:

"only Nigeria has a larger Black population than Brazil"

yet when you hear “Brazilian”, is this who you think of?

Boom. 

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