1. forrevolution:

    s u n f l o w e r s 🌻

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  2. kingjaffejoffer:

    Mariah Carey worked hard until she was like 32 and has spent the rest of her life at home getting drunk. 



  3. "You can’t measure the mutual affection of two human beings by the number of words they exchange."
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  4. xons:

    do u ever smell weed and wonder where that chill person is

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  5. stonerthings:

    Dealers be like “got that dragon berry fruit by the foot baja blast kush hmu”


  6. proteinpills:

    When bae is asleep I be thinking “Kay but can you wake the fuck up”, but at the same time I’m like “aw but you need your rest bb”

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  7. seriously if you were going to college in the 70s you’d literally have to be like 60 years old

    pls tell me we ain’t got 60 yr olds on tumblr


  8. Anonymous said: I worked my way through college when I was a kid in the 70s I only made minimum wage and I made it I don't know why you kids complain so much about how hard it is to pay for schooling.




    Okay lets work through this ask, because I’m not sure when in school you were in school I’m using 1970 in the USA I’m using 2013 for inflation comparison bullshit.

    Minimum today in 2014 on average is: $7.25 an hour

    Minimum wage on average in the 70s was between: $1.60 and $2.90

    Lets convert this amount for what it would be worth today: 

    In 1970: $1.60 an hour would be about $7.70 today, welp that’s already more than our minimum wage so..

    in 1979: $2.90 an hour would be about $9.16 well holy shit that’s way above our national average. 

    Average cost of university today in 2014According to the College Board, the average cost of tuition and fees for the 2013–2014 school year [ONE FUCKING SCHOOL YEAR] was $30,094 at private colleges, $8,893 for state residents at public colleges, and $22,203 for out-of-state residents attending public universities. 

    So a four year degree would costs at a public university:
    in-state: $35,572 Out of State: $88,812

    Average costs of a public university 4 year degree in 19704,828 which when converted for today would be about $28,580.66 [compare to 35,572, with our smaller minimum wage]

    I’m not even fuckin with 1979, cause if you do your own research you find the same fucking information university was cheaper in the 70s across the board compared today, and minimum wage was higher.


    It is literally impossible to work your way through university today

    if ur gonna be a dickhead and argue with me go through the facts first jfc.

    The 70s were decades ago, I’m going to need old ass AARP-retirement-age people to stfu about minimum wage.

    The baby boomers sometimes just doesn’t understand.

    That anon sounds like a troll, everyone knows comparing anything now to the 70s is ridiculous