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Story behind my URL = When I was 17, it was a tough year. Simple.

vivianvivisection:

jonesdavid813:

h0llo:

Putting on makeup is such a spiritual experience I watch myself go from a 3 to a 9 right in front of my mirror I love it

no, if you are putting on makeup, I don’t care who you are or what you look like, you go from about a 10 to 1

keep talking shit you gonna go from a basic ass 2 to a 6-feet-under

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lztybrn:

remember way back in 2006 when the wii first came out and then the entirety of the world forgot how to hold onto something with a firm grasp so much that nintendo had to make a shock absorbing condom just so that tvs wouldnt get destroyed when people would end up sending this thing flying at their tvs at 900 miles per hour

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scarlett-madridista:

Today marks the 25th Anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster that took place on 15th April 1989.
The match was a FA Cup Semi-final again Nottingham Forest.
A match that 96 Liverpool fans did not return back from, they lost their lives in a tragic incident. A incident where the police on duty that day caused by opening the main gates of the away end, letting the fans flood in with tickets not even seen to. This went on to see people being crushed to death and horrid photo taken to capture such a distressing day.
Liverpool fans were wrongly excused that day, called “hooligans” and caused the incident themselves. Though, after 25 years of waiting and so many families bring involved for justice, a Hillsborough independent panel found the truth to be what we all thought and said after all.
The police were to blame, they accused the fans of Liverpool for this when they were the ones that let them in. They were the ones that would not listen to the fans when they said that there was too many of them. They let them die. They falsified statements, they lied about the time that all fans had passed away. The investigation found out that over half of those people who lost their lives that fateful day could have been saved. 
The police are to blame, not the fans.
Although, it is not just the fans of Liverpool who are effected by this disaster. It is every team in the English football and the rest of the world. They understand and each year since the disaster happened have payed testimony to those fans. And this year saw each match through the five tiers of English football  started t 3:07 PM; when it began.
On behalf of Liverpool fans across the world, we thank you for respecting something so close to our hearts. A  special thanks, though, has to go to the fans and club of Everton. Although we are big rivals within the city. You have shown that a city really can unite and we can stand by one another. You have been a rock for us to lean on, your tributes and the important contributions you have made are outstanding.
This year has seen Liverpool reach a place where they have not been in 24 years, we are fighting for our lives to win that Premier League. Now, I will not believe that we can until I see it for myself and that is how all players and fans with view it as well. But Sundays game against Man City, shows how strong willed this team is and how we will fight.
And if we do win, it will be dedicated to the 96 and their families. They deserve the trophy.
JFT96.
Y.N.W.A
We will never forget them ♥

scarlett-madridista:

Today marks the 25th Anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster that took place on 15th April 1989.

The match was a FA Cup Semi-final again Nottingham Forest.

A match that 96 Liverpool fans did not return back from, they lost their lives in a tragic incident. A incident where the police on duty that day caused by opening the main gates of the away end, letting the fans flood in with tickets not even seen to. This went on to see people being crushed to death and horrid photo taken to capture such a distressing day.

Liverpool fans were wrongly excused that day, called “hooligans” and caused the incident themselves. Though, after 25 years of waiting and so many families bring involved for justice, a Hillsborough independent panel found the truth to be what we all thought and said after all.

The police were to blame, they accused the fans of Liverpool for this when they were the ones that let them in. They were the ones that would not listen to the fans when they said that there was too many of them. They let them die. They falsified statements, they lied about the time that all fans had passed away. The investigation found out that over half of those people who lost their lives that fateful day could have been saved. 

The police are to blame, not the fans.

Although, it is not just the fans of Liverpool who are effected by this disaster. It is every team in the English football and the rest of the world. They understand and each year since the disaster happened have payed testimony to those fans. And this year saw each match through the five tiers of English football  started t 3:07 PM; when it began.

On behalf of Liverpool fans across the world, we thank you for respecting something so close to our hearts. A  special thanks, though, has to go to the fans and club of Everton. Although we are big rivals within the city. You have shown that a city really can unite and we can stand by one another. You have been a rock for us to lean on, your tributes and the important contributions you have made are outstanding.

This year has seen Liverpool reach a place where they have not been in 24 years, we are fighting for our lives to win that Premier League. Now, I will not believe that we can until I see it for myself and that is how all players and fans with view it as well. But Sundays game against Man City, shows how strong willed this team is and how we will fight.

And if we do win, it will be dedicated to the 96 and their families. They deserve the trophy.

JFT96.

Y.N.W.A

We will never forget them ♥

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