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Af, Blessed, and Emoji: The best surprise passenger you can have next to you on a flight @DrSmashlove Now see bruv this used to be my favorite emoji: 🤗. He go by many names. Some call him Johnny Jazz Hands. I happen to call him Lil Smashington the IV, Chief Cheek Inspector, Sargeant Spreader the Nani Deader. U feel me? That’s what he doing. Opening them cheeks and delightedly admiring and inhaling the contents 🤗. But Lil Smashington has competition, bruv. Major competition. Because his Uncle Jameson Worthington VI of South Cambridgeshire bruv? Or Lil James Worthy aka the Monocle Maestro aka Scotland Yard’s Inspector of the Interior bruv? He ain’t just opening and peeking, bruv. Unc is inspecting every fold 🧐. Every skretch mark 🧐. Every lil cellulite dot 🧐. If he so much as spots an in-grown hair he gon annotate it in his Most Profitable and Efficient Bird Watching Journal; A Chronicle of Uncle Worthy’s Travels and Conquests, in which he records birds he sees in the wild such as cardinals and robin red breasts as well as birds he encounters in the bedroom 🧐. Lil Smashington basic AF bruv he get in the cheeks and he like “yum, sweet as sugar cane 😍.” Nah. Hells nah. Unc gon take a single taste and then fetch his notebook and quill pen and record the flavor notes for posterity: “Seventh of December, Two Thousand and Seventeen years after the birth of The Blessed Son of Mary. Name: Stephanie Smith. Age: approximately two score and three. Height: roughly one and one half oak barrels. Slender with supple bosom, posterior, ample hips, delightful countenance. Hair of auburn. Flavor notes: molasses; sugarplum; purée of mango; heavy whipping cream.” U feel me bruv? And Stephanie just gon sit patiently while Unc engages in his scientific field research, replaces his notebook in satchel and his quill pen in his ink well so he can go ham and bananington on the Nani 🐗. Ladies and Gentlemen I have a patron saint. A spirit animal. Me, in emoji form. A true enjoyer of the female form in all its delightful complexity. Monocle Emoji, in a difficult year of pain and suffering in many pockets of the world, u bring hope and inspiration to the masses 🧐. Unc...U da real MVP 🧐🧐🧐😂😂😂
Af, Blessed, and Emoji: The best surprise passenger you can have
 next to you on a flight
 @DrSmashlove
Now see bruv this used to be my favorite emoji: 🤗. He go by many names. Some call him Johnny Jazz Hands. I happen to call him Lil Smashington the IV, Chief Cheek Inspector, Sargeant Spreader the Nani Deader. U feel me? That’s what he doing. Opening them cheeks and delightedly admiring and inhaling the contents 🤗. But Lil Smashington has competition, bruv. Major competition. Because his Uncle Jameson Worthington VI of South Cambridgeshire bruv? Or Lil James Worthy aka the Monocle Maestro aka Scotland Yard’s Inspector of the Interior bruv? He ain’t just opening and peeking, bruv. Unc is inspecting every fold 🧐. Every skretch mark 🧐. Every lil cellulite dot 🧐. If he so much as spots an in-grown hair he gon annotate it in his Most Profitable and Efficient Bird Watching Journal; A Chronicle of Uncle Worthy’s Travels and Conquests, in which he records birds he sees in the wild such as cardinals and robin red breasts as well as birds he encounters in the bedroom 🧐. Lil Smashington basic AF bruv he get in the cheeks and he like “yum, sweet as sugar cane 😍.” Nah. Hells nah. Unc gon take a single taste and then fetch his notebook and quill pen and record the flavor notes for posterity: “Seventh of December, Two Thousand and Seventeen years after the birth of The Blessed Son of Mary. Name: Stephanie Smith. Age: approximately two score and three. Height: roughly one and one half oak barrels. Slender with supple bosom, posterior, ample hips, delightful countenance. Hair of auburn. Flavor notes: molasses; sugarplum; purée of mango; heavy whipping cream.” U feel me bruv? And Stephanie just gon sit patiently while Unc engages in his scientific field research, replaces his notebook in satchel and his quill pen in his ink well so he can go ham and bananington on the Nani 🐗. Ladies and Gentlemen I have a patron saint. A spirit animal. Me, in emoji form. A true enjoyer of the female form in all its delightful complexity. Monocle Emoji, in a difficult year of pain and suffering in many pockets of the world, u bring hope and inspiration to the masses 🧐. Unc...U da real MVP 🧐🧐🧐😂😂😂

Now see bruv this used to be my favorite emoji: 🤗. He go by many names. Some call him Johnny Jazz Hands. I happen to call him Lil Smashingto...

Fashion, Shoes, and Tumblr: <p><a href="http://healthacceptance.tumblr.com/post/130557993927/spookyblackconservative-jcpenney-tess" class="tumblr_blog">healthacceptance</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://spookyblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/130555517664/jcpenney-tess-holliday-has-been-modeling-since" class="tumblr_blog">spookyblackconservative</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://jcplookbook.com/post/129512604329/tess-holliday-has-been-modeling-since-2010-and-is" class="tumblr_blog">jcpenney</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Tess Holliday has been modeling since 2010, and is the first plus size model to be signed by an agency. She started the body positive movement #effyourbeautystandards in 2013 as a way to encourage all people to embrace their body as it is at this moment.   Full of sass and raw honesty, Tess’ posts are helping erase negativity and change the fashion industry.   </p><hr><p>Get Tess’ look–</p><p><a href="http://www.jcpenney.com/worthington-high-waist-zipper-front-skirt-plus/prod.jump?ppId=pp5005870150&amp;cm_mmc=social-_-tumblr_lb-_-lookbookfall-_-tess_skirt&amp;utm_medium=social&amp;utm_source=tumblr_lb&amp;utm_campaign=lookbookfall&amp;utm_content=tess_skirt">Skirt</a> – <a href="http://www.jcpenney.com/ana-juliette-high-heel-shoes/prod.jump?ppId=pp5005521495&amp;cm_mmc=social-_-tumblr_lb-_-lookbookfall-_-tess_shoes&amp;utm_medium=social&amp;utm_source=tumblr_lb&amp;utm_campaign=lookbookfall&amp;utm_content=tess_shoes">Shoes</a></p></blockquote> <a class="tumblelog" href="http://tmblr.co/ml4pRKM6YwSZe_OYYQQRC2A">@healthacceptance</a> have you seen this sponsored ad yet?</blockquote> <p>“Erase negativity” um yeah right. Nothing is more negative than putting a woman in magazines whose appearance pretty much screams “I don’t take care of myself and I’m here to tell you it’s okay if you don’t either! Everybody kill themselves!”</p><p>#FuckYourDelusionalMovementToNormalizeEatingDissordersAndSelfNeglect</p></blockquote> <p>Real talk this is what happened when I showed this to my mom and brother:</p><p>Mom (to my brother): &ldquo;She&rsquo;s started a movement.&rdquo;<br/>Brother: &ldquo;The movement of the ground.&rdquo;</p>
Fashion, Shoes, and Tumblr: <p><a href="http://healthacceptance.tumblr.com/post/130557993927/spookyblackconservative-jcpenney-tess" class="tumblr_blog">healthacceptance</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="http://spookyblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/130555517664/jcpenney-tess-holliday-has-been-modeling-since" class="tumblr_blog">spookyblackconservative</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="http://jcplookbook.com/post/129512604329/tess-holliday-has-been-modeling-since-2010-and-is" class="tumblr_blog">jcpenney</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>Tess Holliday has been modeling since 2010, and is the first plus size model to be signed by an agency. She started the body positive movement #effyourbeautystandards in 2013 as a way to encourage all people to embrace their body as it is at this moment.   Full of sass and raw honesty, Tess’ posts are helping erase negativity and change the fashion industry.   </p><hr><p>Get Tess’ look–</p><p><a href="http://www.jcpenney.com/worthington-high-waist-zipper-front-skirt-plus/prod.jump?ppId=pp5005870150&amp;cm_mmc=social-_-tumblr_lb-_-lookbookfall-_-tess_skirt&amp;utm_medium=social&amp;utm_source=tumblr_lb&amp;utm_campaign=lookbookfall&amp;utm_content=tess_skirt">Skirt</a> – <a href="http://www.jcpenney.com/ana-juliette-high-heel-shoes/prod.jump?ppId=pp5005521495&amp;cm_mmc=social-_-tumblr_lb-_-lookbookfall-_-tess_shoes&amp;utm_medium=social&amp;utm_source=tumblr_lb&amp;utm_campaign=lookbookfall&amp;utm_content=tess_shoes">Shoes</a></p></blockquote>

<a class="tumblelog" href="http://tmblr.co/ml4pRKM6YwSZe_OYYQQRC2A">@healthacceptance</a> have you seen this sponsored ad yet?</blockquote>

<p>“Erase negativity” um yeah right. Nothing is more negative than putting a woman in magazines whose appearance pretty much screams “I don’t take care of myself and I’m here to tell you it’s okay if you don’t either! Everybody kill themselves!”</p><p>#FuckYourDelusionalMovementToNormalizeEatingDissordersAndSelfNeglect</p></blockquote>

<p>Real talk this is what happened when I showed this to my mom and brother:</p><p>Mom (to my brother): &ldquo;She&rsquo;s started a movement.&rdquo;<br/>Brother: &ldquo;The movement of the ground.&rdquo;</p>

<p><a href="http://healthacceptance.tumblr.com/post/130557993927/spookyblackconservative-jcpenney-tess" class="tumblr_blog">healthacceptance...

Abraham Lincoln, Alive, and Life: UNOLE TOM'S CABIN OB, LIFE AMONG THE LOWLY. BY HARRIET BEECHER STOWE. VOL. I ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH THOUSAND. BOST O N: JOHN P. JEWETT & COMPANY CLEVELAND, OHIO: JEWETT, PROCTOR & WORTHINGTON. 1852. <p><a href="http://todayinhistory.tumblr.com/post/120797926895/june-5th-1851-uncle-toms-cabin-begins" class="tumblr_blog">todayinhistory</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2><b>June 5th 1851: <i>Uncle Tom’s Cabin</i> begins publication</b></h2><p><small>On this day in 1851, the first installment of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s <i>Uncle Tom’s Cabin</i> appeared in abolitionist newspaper the <i>National Era, </i>beginning a serial which lasted for forty weeks. <i>Uncle Tom’s Cabin</i> tells the story of a black slave and recounts the harsh reality of his enslavement. Stowe was an ardent advocate of the abolition of slavery, and wrote the novel in response to the passage of the controversial 1850 Fugitive Slave Act which was part of the Compromise of 1850. The Act ordered Northern citizens to assist in the return of runaway slaves from the South, thus forcing the generally anti-slavery North to become complicit in the continuance of the ‘peculiar institution’. The popular discontent over the slavery issue helped make <i>Uncle Tom’s Cabin</i> the best-selling novel of the nineteenth century and saw its translation into sixty languages. The novel helped keep the flames of anti-slavery sentiment alive, and is therefore sometimes attributed with helping start the American Civil War. Whilst still hailed as a great anti-slavery work of its day, the novel falls short of modern expectations with its stereotypical portrayal of African-Americans.</small></p><blockquote><b><i><small>“So you’re the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war”</small></i></b><br/><small>- what, according to legend, Abraham Lincoln said upon meeting Stowe in 1862</small></blockquote></blockquote>
Abraham Lincoln, Alive, and Life: UNOLE TOM'S CABIN
 OB,
 LIFE AMONG THE LOWLY.
 BY
 HARRIET BEECHER STOWE.
 VOL. I
 ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH THOUSAND.
 BOST O N:
 JOHN P. JEWETT & COMPANY
 CLEVELAND, OHIO:
 JEWETT, PROCTOR & WORTHINGTON.
 1852.
<p><a href="http://todayinhistory.tumblr.com/post/120797926895/june-5th-1851-uncle-toms-cabin-begins" class="tumblr_blog">todayinhistory</a>:</p>

<blockquote><h2><b>June 5th 1851: <i>Uncle Tom’s Cabin</i> begins publication</b></h2><p><small>On this day in 1851, the first installment of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s <i>Uncle Tom’s Cabin</i> appeared in abolitionist newspaper the <i>National Era, </i>beginning a serial which lasted for forty weeks. <i>Uncle Tom’s 
Cabin</i> tells the story of a black slave and recounts the harsh reality 
of his enslavement. Stowe was an ardent advocate of the abolition of 
slavery, and wrote the novel in response to the passage of the 
controversial 1850 Fugitive Slave Act which was part of the Compromise 
of 1850. The Act ordered Northern citizens to assist in the return of 
runaway slaves from the South, thus forcing the generally anti-slavery 
North to become complicit in the continuance of the ‘peculiar 
institution’. The popular discontent over the slavery issue helped 
make <i>Uncle Tom’s Cabin</i> the best-selling novel of the nineteenth 
century and saw its translation into sixty languages. The novel helped 
keep the flames of anti-slavery sentiment alive, and is therefore 
sometimes attributed with helping start the American Civil War. Whilst 
still hailed as a great anti-slavery work of its day, the novel falls 
short of modern expectations with its stereotypical portrayal of 
African-Americans.</small></p><blockquote><b><i><small>“So you’re the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war”</small></i></b><br/><small>- what, according to legend, Abraham Lincoln said upon meeting Stowe in 1862</small></blockquote></blockquote>

<p><a href="http://todayinhistory.tumblr.com/post/120797926895/june-5th-1851-uncle-toms-cabin-begins" class="tumblr_blog">todayinhistory</a>...