Sticky With Champagne

It's okay it's her birthday.

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Today I had to add some oil to my car a thing I have done plenty of times. I grabbed some oil at a gas station on my way to work and when I walked back out to my car was greeted by a man saying “hey pretty lady” which I kindly ignored and when he proceeded to walk towards me and offer for help I just told him I was fine and that I’ve done it before but thanks for the offer. This man became so offended that he decided to call me a racist bitch and go up to another man and tell him how terrible I was. I continued putting the oil in my car baffled at the fact that this man could not accept the fact a woman had denied him and his offers for help because she was capable of doing it on her own. To him it was easier to justify that it was because of his race and I was the bad guy LIKE ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME


So then I lost my shit on him.

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—Too Close (Extended Version)

ibad:

manhood:

smokindick:

i didn’t know this song was about a nigga gettin hard in the club and pressin it on you while yall grindin, until my dad told me in 2013. it was a bonding moment.

Did the “I wonder if she can tell I’m hard right now?” in the beginning not give it away?

It’s extremely unsubtle but my dumb ass didn’t know any better growing up.

(via cmyers)

I guess when you’re young, you just believe there’ll be many people with whom you’ll connect with. Later in life, you realize it only happens a few times.

—Celine, Before Sunset   (via goghst)

(Source: memereve, via jennaksquared)