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clementinetoutcourt-blog·4 years agoText

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THAT RAMSAY BOLTON DEATH: 👌👀👌👀👌👀👌👀👌👀 good shit go౦ԁ sHit👌 thats ✔ some good👌👌shit right👌👌th 👌 ere👌👌👌 right✔there ✔✔if i do ƽaү so my self 💯 i say so 💯 thats what im talking about right there right there (chorus: ʳᶦᵍʰᵗ ᵗʰᵉʳᵉ) mMMMMᎷМ💯 👌👌 👌НO0ОଠOOOOOОଠଠOoooᵒᵒᵒᵒᵒᵒᵒᵒᵒ👌 👌👌 👌 💯 👌 👀👀 👀 👌👌Good shit

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Sansa will get darker 100%. She will start to do things/make decisions that will make us feel uncomfortable, she will begin to act in a ruthless nature that occasionally feels sadistic/evil. This is what Ramsay meant when he said ‘I live in you’. He destroyed anything left of the summer child she once was when she left winterfell for King’s Landing all those years ago. He smashed any innocence and naivety she had left, he did that. Not Joffrey or Littlefinger. Ramsay Bolton showed Sansa that evil lives in the world, he showed her pain she never knew existed and she is darker and changed for it. Ramsay showed Sansa winter and now she will rule the North with an icey grip.

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clementinetoutcourt-blog·4 years agoChat
: So not only did Jon and Sansa finally find each other, but we also got to see Jon in a man bun. I think it's safe to say it was a great episode
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clementinetoutcourt-blog·4 years agoChat
What she says: I'm fine.
What she means: Sansa Stark spent four years getting the crap kicked out of her by life, abused physically, mentally, and sexually, betrayed by people she thought she could trust and just generally having every shred of hope snatched away from her and now, AND NOW, she's got a clear goal, she's figuring out what her resources are, she's doing spot-on political analysis, and she's telling her dumb whiny brother to get off his indecisive zombie ass and start contributing. The air has never been sweeter, food has never been tastier, and I am experiencing joy for the fist time in what feels like centuries. Life, truly, is good.
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clementinetoutcourt-blog·4 years agoChat
Lexa: your people murdered 300 of my people in cold blood and left one of my most trusted generals barely alive to tell me that they reject my offer of peace, and you're telling me I should just forgive and forget? Absolutely not.
Clarke: Babe...
Lexa:
Clarke: please?
Lexa: Indra we must spare them
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I don’t even want the job anymore. I forgot to mention I would be the token black girl again. Fuck no.

See this☝ is a prime example of one of the reasons why we take our black hair and hairstyles so seriously. We can literally be passed up for jobs or even fired just because of our hair for no other reason that because its different from everyone else’s. Nothing was even wrong or unkempt about her hair smh.

REBLOG THE FUCK OUTTA THIS

Sending you positive vibes for your job search love 💓

Where’s “ People should wear their hair however they want white tumblr now?” Piper? Larry? Where are you? 

And can we all just see that her hair IS done? Like she looks perfectly fine

this is why white people cannot not or ever be a part of a natural hair movement

or wear cornrows

or “afros” 

or box braids

or “dreads” 

or bantu knots

the reality for black women wearing their hair like this is we either assimilate and lose ourselves or wear our hair naturally, which is seen as dirty, unkempt, and a sign of rebellion. 

seriously fuck y’all for even attempting to debate this with us. 

Black people, they usually don’t come out and SAY this to you,

But when you’re in an interview and the interviewer is distant to oppositional, refusing to warm up to you and asking you only negative shit like, “What’s the worst work scenario you’ve ever experienced?”

When you’re in a lobby with more people who are all being interviewed and your interview is REAL short, like, you’re in and out of the office in much shorter time than everyone else,

When they’re the HR person or the high level manager but they tell you they have to check with somebody ELSE to “see what else we need”,

It’s a no, honey.

And it’s because of your hair and/or skintone.

They will NOT come out and SAY that because it’s a lawsuit.

But it’s nothing you did or said, and you’re fully capable and qualified, just as you are, and you WILL find a job.

It just won’t be THERE.

Keep pushing sapphire doves​. Even if you were to get the job, it wouldn’t be a positive environment for you to be in anyway. Keep looking and you’ll find something better.

White people, speak up. Y'all love staying silent when being confronted with facts and testimonials.

All yall bloggers who wanna get mad at my Afro post, now is your time to speak up.

Who am I kidding yall won’t do shit but justify this and still argue about “Afros are for everyone!”

I’m quietly sitting here and realising that none of the black women in my office have natural hair. That my white person hair actually IS messy and unkempt (I wash it but usually I don’t even dry it before I get to the office) and that I have never even thought about worrying that it could cost me my job. It has literally never even occurred to me to think about that.

Fuck.

I am so sorry that POC have to deal with this shit. From what I’m seeing here her hair  is clean, washed, put up beautifully and to be quite honest I love the way her hair has natural curls. Like seriously, those curls are perfect curls. My white girl curls are horrible and disasterous. I have to straighten my hair before I go out because if I don’t they look messy and unkempt and horrible. You don’t. You should be allowed to rock your hair exactly as it is because it is flawless. I am so sorry that we make you suffer because you’re beauty is on another level to us that we as white people just don’t seem to understand.

And my friends have the balls to sit there and say that cornrows and dreads are “just hairstyles”.

Tbh, yeah, your hair looks cute and you look wicked professional. Fuck the lady that interviewed you. Can’t believe NATURAL BLACK HAIR is still associated with “dirty” or “unkept” or other negative things in 2015. Jesus almighty.

OP looks seriously well put together and the interviewer was def full of shit. Hope better opportunities open up elsewhere!

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