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glitterlion:

Inspired entirely by and lyrics pulled from this post.

Lyrics:

Driver, lower my tuition please.
Driver, lower my tuition please.
I don have enough money for my basic needs.
Working 40+ hours just to pay my rent
Now I don’t even have a single cent
Tuition is high, I gotta pay for books
Oh I’m so broke . I don’t wanna look
I popped open my wallet, no funds to count
My credit declined and my check just bounced
Oh, there daddy, daddy betta bring that TAP
Oh, baby, baby where my FASFA at?
Gon’ take 45 years to pay off all dis debt
And I ain’t even finished college yet
Took all my money… I just want to get a decent credit score, a decent credit score
Took all my money .. I can’t even pay this interest no more, pay this interest no more
This debt gon kill me

This is the best post on tumblr thus far in 2014.

omg

(via black-is-my-life)

"Don’t tell me that you love me, because anyone can tell me that. Tell me that I make you tear up with anger and frustration, but at the end of the day you still want to lay down next to me, put your arms around me, and sleep."

— Unknown  (via ivoryhandsonivorykeys)

(Source: sixpenceee, via taniagee)

"We gotta start teaching our daughters to be somebodies instead of somebody’s."

— Kifah Shah   (via exoticwild)

(Source: ivicus, via simplyintroverted)

"The horrible dichotomy of having to prove you’re disabled/sick enough but not too disabled/sick. #AcademicAbleism"

-IsaJennie ‏@igmurray 15h

This is about the burden of disabilities, mental illnesses, and chronic illnesses in academia but I’m guessing it applies to pretty much any setting where one can request services for disabilities.  Or just life in general.

(via neurodiversitysci)

Also known as I really need my accommodations but don’t freak out please don’t freak out I promise I can do the work.

(via hellomynameismaddy)

Always.

(via igotpillstheyremultiplying)

(via dangercupcakemurdericing)

"You can’t say “I don’t do politics”, because silence is a political statement"

— Tariq Ramadan (via queerintersectional)