teacher: y r ur eyes red

me: allergies

teacher: yea ur allergic to that dank ass kush

me: hell yea

teacher: hell yea

devonbanks:

this is still my favorite tweet of all time

devonbanks:

this is still my favorite tweet of all time

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skvte-cvsh:

callme-thecaptain:

battery4cid:

I’ve been looking for a photo like this for so long

I really love this photo and I’m not sure why.


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skvte-cvsh:

callme-thecaptain:

battery4cid:

I’ve been looking for a photo like this for so long

I really love this photo and I’m not sure why.

A site just for skaters -  chill with friends and make money with your skating pics/videos  - Medius.tk

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jaclcfrost:

don’t underestimate me. i’ll wear sweaters in the summer. i’ll eat like eighteen gallons of ice cream in the winter. fuck the temperature. i don’t give a fuck

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sixpenceee:

THE TORAJO AND THEIR FUNERAL RITUAL

The Torajo are an indigenous group of people that live in Indonesia. For them a funeral is a celebration. There are no tears shed, rather it’s like a going away party. The Torajo work extremely hard to accumulate wealth during their lives. This money then goes to the funeral ceremony. 

The funeral ceremony could be held weeks or even months after someone has died. A body is not buried until all the funds have been raised. Until the funeral ceremony is held, the deceased person is not considered dead but rather ill or asleep. They are embalmed and stored in the same house as his or her family until the ceremony. 

The ceremony begins when pigs & buffalo’s are slaughtered because it’s believed the spirit of the dead will live peacefully after. The body is buried on the 11th day. 

WALK OF THE DEAD

Every year in August, a ritual called Ma’Nene (The Ceremony of Cleaning Corpses) takes place in which the bodies of the deceased are exhumed to be washed, groomed and dressed in new clothes. The mummies are then walked around the village by following a path of straight lines. 

Following these straight lines is maybe the most important part of the ceremony. According to the myth, these lines are connected with a spiritual entity with supernatural power. As this entity only move in straight lines, the soul of the deceased body must follow the same path.

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brilliances:

I will always follow back new followers

brilliances:

I will always follow back new followers

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