Strangeness and Charm

My name is Amber. 19. Wiccan. Violinist. Caffeine addict. Music is my life. I have no idea who I am or who I want to be but I hope to figure it out soon. Peace out.

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This is…*puts on sunglasses*


i didnt even fucking tag this


do you see this, son? this is an screenshot from my old blog back in ‘13. look how many followers i had. yes im sorry that we’re living on the streets son but at least your dad was funky fresh back in his blogging days

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Her wit backfired and created one of the greatest awards show moments ever.

That moment Jennifer Lawrence was the one able to sexually harass Jack Nicholson. And it worked.

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this is hands down the best yahoo answers 

Sometimes i am Bob, sometimes i am Linda.

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before you date a girl with a mental illness, remember: saying, “you’re beautiful” won’t balance the chemicals in her brain.

and don’t fucking say, “i’ll be here for you, no matter what,” if you don’t mean it.

don’t think you’re fixing her by saying, “i love you.” because you’re not

This needs more notes.

All of it, but mostly the bolded

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In Bangladesh, prostitution is legal, and poor families sometimes sell their girls to the brothels for as little as $200, from as young as nine years of age. In order to mask how young some of the prostitutes are, brothel owners use Oradexon on them, a steroid intended for cattle. Oradexon is highly addictive and deleterious to the girls’ health, but it fattens them up, giving them a more mature, older appearance, which then makes the girls more appealing to the brothels’ customers.
“It is a basic violation of human’s rights to force malnourished, poor underage girls into consuming Oradexon on a daily basis to enhance unnatural physical growth and energy,” Bangladeshi advocate Naila Hussain Chowdhury, founder of Women4Empowerment, says. “The sex trade is using steroids to make young girls physically develop faster and unnaturally. This is a frightening development.”
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I did so many research papers & fundraising for the world’s human trafficking problem during high school. I even wanted to move to a country where human trafficking was the norm for research & prevention. I can’t even fathom anymore what these women go through, the more I learn the more I just don’t want to know, & want to close my eyes to it all. My heart goes out to these girls…

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