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outpourings of a Sudanese Seoulite. grapefruit & hot cheetos connoiseur.
tit licker’s really got a point here we should listen 

tit licker’s really got a point here we should listen 





Kelston Boys’ High School perform a massive haka in honour of the new Maori carving on campus

I live for this

Haka is just…MMMmphhh

Idk what this is but I love it.

tagged by jsuslovesyou

first 20 songs on shuffle 

  1. soukoura - alsarah & the nubatones
  2. kiss kiss - chris brown
  3. day n nite (crookers remix) - kid cudi
  4. the way i are - timbaland
  5. wont stop - one republic
  6. my love - justin timberlake
  7. only one - yellowcard
  8. the stuff - lasse lindh
  9. 섬광 - tomiko van
  10. no diggity - blackstreet 
  11. crack a bottle - eminem
  12. drop it like it’s hot - snoop dogg
  13. superstar - lupe fiasco
  14. you and i - ingrid michaelson
  15. walkie talkie man - steriogram
  16. stacy’s mom - fountains of wayne
  17. ridin - chamillionaire
  18. dirt off your shoulders - the verve
  19. gone going - BEP 
  20. hotel room service - pitbull 

wow i only got bitch ass middle school music 

10 books I recommend (i can’t think of 10 atm) 

  1. dumbing us down - john taylor gatto
  2. muhammad asad’s quran tafseer 
  3. delusion of gender - cordelia fine
  4. a thousand splendid suns - khaled hosseini
  5. man’s search for meaning - viktor frankl
  6. series of unfortunate events 

I tag anybody who wants to do it 


bloxs you got some unresolved issues that you need to deal with cause your watermelon shade is unruly and uncalled for bye 


when you find them, keep them.


when you find them, keep them.

Anonymous asked: I did a lot of major sins. Do I have to do 2 rakahs for each one or can I just meet the criteria and ask for repentance without the salah?

I really don’t know, I’m sorry. :( You should do your own research, talk to some knowledgable people, and do what you think is best, iA. 

people outchea coming for watermelons?? qiyama’s really upon us Allah save your tastebuds 


this one of my favorite documentaries.

“What remains of the radical left now operates largely outside of any institutional or organized oppositional channels, in the hope that small-scale actions and local activism can ultimately add up to some kind of satisfactory macro alternative. This left, which strangely echoes a libertarian and even neoliberal ethic of anti-statism, is nurtured intellectually by thinkers such as Michel Foucault and all those who have reassembled postmodern fragmentations under the banner of a largely incomprehensible post-structuralism that favors identity politics and eschews class analysis. Autonomist, anarchist and localist perspectives are everywhere in evidence. But to the degree that this left seeks to change the world without taking power, so an increasingly consolidated capitalist class remains unchallenged in its ability to dominate the world without constraint.”

— David Harvey, Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism (via apoliticalnonsense)


Tōkyō Monogatari (Tokyo Story), Yasujirô Ozu,1953

go-to white fuckboy argument: Africans sold other Africans into slavery 


Intrigued by Bangladeshi Architect Rafiq Azam’s contribution to architecture.

“There is a phrase I have heard in English: to leave someone alone with their grief. Urdu has no equivalent phrase. It only understands the concept of gathering around and becoming ‘ghum-khaur’ - grief-eaters - who take in the mourner’s sorrow. Would you like me to be in English or Urdu right now?”

— Kamila Shamsie (Burnt Shadows)