Massage her thighs cause she a hard working woman. Then rub her booty.
y bronxxbomber:

theogblackjesus:

sounds about right

nope

100% accurate

bronxxbomber:

theogblackjesus:

sounds about right

nope

100% accurate

"My “chillin in the house” game too strong 💪🏡😩"

(via followmeslut)

reallylameblog:

oh my GOD i can’t wait to hear about how many kids are caught jackin it in the theaters for 50 shades

y squided:

davekat:

u have been visited by the S of 90s kids nostalgia. u must reblgo this if u are a true nineties kidd or time will crumble around you

Not risking it

man i felt so cool when i learned how to make these

squided:

davekat:

u have been visited by the S of 90s kids nostalgia. u must reblgo this if u are a true nineties kidd or time will crumble around you

Not risking it

man i felt so cool when i learned how to make these

legendbound:

ARMANI WHITE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE DELI MAGAZINE:

 ”I come from a family of horn players; my grandfather taught Jeff Bradshaw how to play the horn, and all of my uncles and cousins are in brass bands. So I’ve always been around music. But really starting to write it out was around 2nd grade. I started listening to Eminem at a very early age when I heard him in my mom’s Hyundai, which is almost cancerous! I was sort’ve shut out creatively by my family; it wasn’t fully their fault - I don’t believe. My mother was working most of the time, and I was spending my time sneaking off the school bus to find my own way home. So hearing someone like Eminem express himself how he pleased in a song like “Kill You,” which was nothing like any other type of music that ever crossed paths with me. It inspired me to start writing, abandoning homework assignments to match up different words in the dictionary. That was the hobby before writing rhymes, finding what actually did rhyme. From there on, it’s just been consistent work!”

READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!

oh shit, i forgot. THANK YOU EVERYONE WHO VOTED :)

legendbound:

ARMANI WHITE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE DELI MAGAZINE:

 ”I come from a family of horn players; my grandfather taught Jeff Bradshaw how to play the horn, and all of my uncles and cousins are in brass bands. So I’ve always been around music. But really starting to write it out was around 2nd grade. I started listening to Eminem at a very early age when I heard him in my mom’s Hyundai, which is almost cancerous! I was sort’ve shut out creatively by my family; it wasn’t fully their fault - I don’t believe. My mother was working most of the time, and I was spending my time sneaking off the school bus to find my own way home. So hearing someone like Eminem express himself how he pleased in a song like “Kill You,” which was nothing like any other type of music that ever crossed paths with me. It inspired me to start writing, abandoning homework assignments to match up different words in the dictionary. That was the hobby before writing rhymes, finding what actually did rhyme. From there on, it’s just been consistent work!”

READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!

oh shit, i forgot. THANK YOU EVERYONE WHO VOTED :)

legendbound:

ARMANI WHITE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE DELI MAGAZINE:

 ”I come from a family of horn players; my grandfather taught Jeff Bradshaw how to play the horn, and all of my uncles and cousins are in brass bands. So I’ve always been around music. But really starting to write it out was around 2nd grade. I started listening to Eminem at a very early age when I heard him in my mom’s Hyundai, which is almost cancerous! I was sort’ve shut out creatively by my family; it wasn’t fully their fault - I don’t believe. My mother was working most of the time, and I was spending my time sneaking off the school bus to find my own way home. So hearing someone like Eminem express himself how he pleased in a song like “Kill You,” which was nothing like any other type of music that ever crossed paths with me. It inspired me to start writing, abandoning homework assignments to match up different words in the dictionary. That was the hobby before writing rhymes, finding what actually did rhyme. From there on, it’s just been consistent work!”

READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!

legendbound:

ARMANI WHITE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE DELI MAGAZINE:

 ”I come from a family of horn players; my grandfather taught Jeff Bradshaw how to play the horn, and all of my uncles and cousins are in brass bands. So I’ve always been around music. But really starting to write it out was around 2nd grade. I started listening to Eminem at a very early age when I heard him in my mom’s Hyundai, which is almost cancerous! I was sort’ve shut out creatively by my family; it wasn’t fully their fault - I don’t believe. My mother was working most of the time, and I was spending my time sneaking off the school bus to find my own way home. So hearing someone like Eminem express himself how he pleased in a song like “Kill You,” which was nothing like any other type of music that ever crossed paths with me. It inspired me to start writing, abandoning homework assignments to match up different words in the dictionary. That was the hobby before writing rhymes, finding what actually did rhyme. From there on, it’s just been consistent work!”

READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE!

Thoughts and opinions on gay people? — Anonymous

They’re cool. i have a few gay friends. I answered this before

y lionessroyalty:

stunningpicture:

Crouching tiger

Looks like he’s about to do a push up

Thanks for removing my comment and reposting it faggot -__-

lionessroyalty:

stunningpicture:

Crouching tiger

Looks like he’s about to do a push up

Thanks for removing my comment and reposting it faggot -__-