They call us the “Me” generation
(like we invented narcissism).
Critics inform me that I am
self obsessed, passive, and impatient—
eaten up by consumerism
as much as I am defined by it.
They call me dead from the neck up,
disillusioned of the beauties I now take for granted.
But I have never felt so much alive,
and the world could not look more beautiful
than I am striving to make it.
So if it’s selfish for me to want more for myself
than the legacy of poverty and depression—
of social unrest—
my parents left for me,
then give me my tar and my feathers.
Give me my crown,
and call me Greed.

Thoughts On Millennials, by Ashe Vernon (via latenightcornerstore)

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shyfox:

lifewithboris:

While it may be easier to believe sensationalized, false “facts” about bully breeds that they attack unprovoked, most dogs do not. Dogs give very clear indications of their moods  when they are encountering strangers or new situations. LEARN THE BODY LANGUAGE.

YES. This essential for everyone who spends any time near dogs at any point of their lives.

“unprovoked” bites rarely ever happen, if at all. 

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h0mocidal:

does anyone else convert oxygen into carbon dioxide or is that just me lol 

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poupon:

drakensberg:

The reading comprehension and overall common sense on this website is piss poor.

how dare you say we piss on the poor

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lexiwestiiee:

gayreyna:

my question is if men are unable to control themselves in the presence of women why the hell are they allowed to control entire nations

*mic drop*

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Coffee is far more than a beverage. It is an invitation to life, disguised as a cup of warm liquid. It’s a trumpet wake-up call or a gentle rousing hand on your shoulder…Coffee is an experience, an offer, a rite of passage, a good excuse to get together.

— Nicole Johnson, Fresh Brewed Life (via stay-ocean-minded)

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creese:

"Shusui Koi and Water Lily" by Michael Creese

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