I don’t believe in on and off again relationships. I believe in the love of two people working things out and still being together.
I think if people break up they should break up once and let it be done or maybe that’s just me.

I also think you can love but it’s never the same love twice. For every person you love you love them differently than the other person.

I don’t think jealousy is good for a relationship. I do believe that fear of losing your love to someone else is something you shouldn’t lose no matter how long you’re with somebody. It’s just a good thing to know that a person has a strong hold on your heart.

My lifestyle in food. 

I’m a major food head. I eat loads of food, good thing my metabolism has my back because if not…I’d be like 5,000 pounds lol. 

Yesterday my mom had treated me, my sister and baby brother to this new pizza restaurant called Marcos Pizza. 
I love Papa johns with my life….but this place takes down Papa johns with everything! Pictures does it no justice. 

I didn’t care. I literally had to stop eating it. The best part is its totally 100% freshly made, and produce is fresh. They sell subs, wings, salads and more. I think I have found perfection ❤❤

My lifestyle in food.

I’m a major food head. I eat loads of food, good thing my metabolism has my back because if not…I’d be like 5,000 pounds lol.

Yesterday my mom had treated me, my sister and baby brother to this new pizza restaurant called Marcos Pizza.
I love Papa johns with my life….but this place takes down Papa johns with everything! Pictures does it no justice.

I didn’t care. I literally had to stop eating it. The best part is its totally 100% freshly made, and produce is fresh. They sell subs, wings, salads and more. I think I have found perfection ❤❤

babiegyrle
ephitania:

Hong Kong’s protesters are using the same “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture used in Ferguson


 
If you’re an American and you’ve been watching the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong closely, you may have noticed something familiar: a number of the young demonstrators are using the same “hands up, don’t shoot" gesture that became a symbol of last month’s protests in faraway Ferguson, Missouri.
Hong Kong’s protesters have good reason to put their hands up: police are using what many observers describe as an unprecedented level of force against the demonstrations, which are rallying against the Chinese government for reneging on its promise to grant them full democracy in 2017. While injuries in the protests have been relatively few so far, the clashes have been bad enough that Hong Kongers appear to earnestly fear the police might crack down violently, and that anxiety is showing in these photos.
It’s impossible to say the degree to which protesters are using the gesture as a deliberate nod to Ferguson, or borrowing something they’d seen on the news for their own purposes, or using it coincidentally.
One 22-year-old protester told Quartz’s Lily Kuo that she had never heard of the events in Ferguson. Another said that the similarity was coincidental, a result of protest leaders telling people to raise their hands to police to signal peacefulness. Still, Hong Kongers pride themselves on being plugged in to the world, so it is within the realm of possibility that some of them followed the events in Ferguson and are now appropriating the gesture for their own use, even if only subconsciously.
Some of the protesters are organized within a group called Occupy Central, named for Hong Kong’s Central financial district and for the global protest movement that began with Occupy Wall Street.
It’s fascinating to see a symbol of the fight against racism and police violence in America become a symbol of democracy and freedom halfway around the world, however it got there.

This post has been updated to reflect Quartz’s reportingon the topic.

ephitania:

Hong Kong’s protesters are using the same “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture used in Ferguson

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If you’re an American and you’ve been watching the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong closely, you may have noticed something familiar: a number of the young demonstrators are using the same “hands up, don’t shoot" gesture that became a symbol of last month’s protests in faraway Ferguson, Missouri.

Hong Kong’s protesters have good reason to put their hands up: police are using what many observers describe as an unprecedented level of force against the demonstrations, which are rallying against the Chinese government for reneging on its promise to grant them full democracy in 2017. While injuries in the protests have been relatively few so far, the clashes have been bad enough that Hong Kongers appear to earnestly fear the police might crack down violently, and that anxiety is showing in these photos.

It’s impossible to say the degree to which protesters are using the gesture as a deliberate nod to Ferguson, or borrowing something they’d seen on the news for their own purposes, or using it coincidentally.

One 22-year-old protester told Quartz’s Lily Kuo that she had never heard of the events in Ferguson. Another said that the similarity was coincidental, a result of protest leaders telling people to raise their hands to police to signal peacefulness. Still, Hong Kongers pride themselves on being plugged in to the world, so it is within the realm of possibility that some of them followed the events in Ferguson and are now appropriating the gesture for their own use, even if only subconsciously.

Some of the protesters are organized within a group called Occupy Central, named for Hong Kong’s Central financial district and for the global protest movement that began with Occupy Wall Street.

It’s fascinating to see a symbol of the fight against racism and police violence in America become a symbol of democracy and freedom halfway around the world, however it got there.

This post has been updated to reflect Quartz’s reportingon the topic.

The Wests x PFW edition.

If you haven’t been keeping up these few days, you’d know The West family Kanyes crew has been shutting down the streets of Paris one show stopping outfit at a time including baby North.

But I must say Kim has came a very long way in her fashion evolution ! Kanye really does have his hand in her styles as she said in her interview with GQ.

This whole family was snatching brands. Kanye and kim also got a bit of a slick. Kanye because of his odd hair cut, and Kim for dressing north in a baby crop top in a sheer mini version of her lace and black body suit.
Some felt that Kimye was not treating their 1 year old like a baby,but a fashion accessory.

Mmm what do you readers think ?

purplebuddhaproject
Erase from your vocabulary the word “someday.” Do not save things for “special occasions.” Take into account the fact that every day is special. Every day is a gift that we must appreciate and be thankful for. Wear your attractive clothes, wear your nice perfume, use your fine silverware and dishes, and drink from your expensive crystal glasses…just because. Live every day to the fullest and savor every minute of it.
Rodolfo Costa (via purplebuddhaproject)