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Review on Hillary Duff's New Song, "Chasing The Sun"-- Just because she's not making a song about sex, drugs, alcohol, or twerking people are trying to call her too "kid like". Well, it is actually very refreshing to hear a song like this. It brings me back to when Disney Channel stars made good catchy moral pop songs. It is a nice song that I can listen to on the radio while driving or washing my car. This song is fun, relaxing, cute, and very Hilary. If you can't appreciate it, fuck yourself.
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skolita:

I think you have the wrong number.

huh… up side Hilary duff has a new song. gonna listen to that and think about the lizzie mcguire

my motto

my motto

i think this would be a great tattoo. i  wonder how it would look in black

i think this would be a great tattoo. i  wonder how it would look in black

kinkycasey:

"You ask what would happen if space and time suddenly stopped
and we shrunk back into a universal bud
all I can think is that some small, precious, timeless minutes
are not about my goddess belly,
the curve of my hips,
my trembling hands,
the way I purse my lips when I’m angry,
or how the day keeps bubbling up through tear-filled eyes.
The small, glistening bud
between aching thighs”
-kinkycasey
jahjoma:

andromeda, oil on canvas, 50x50cm, 2013

kinkycasey:

"You ask what would happen if space and time suddenly stopped

and we shrunk back into a universal bud

all I can think is that some small, precious, timeless minutes

are not about my goddess belly,

the curve of my hips,

my trembling hands,

the way I purse my lips when I’m angry,

or how the day keeps bubbling up through tear-filled eyes.

The small, glistening bud

between aching thighs”

-kinkycasey

jahjoma:

andromeda, oil on canvas, 50x50cm, 2013

zodiacmind:

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zodiacmind:

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iridescentoracle:

embroideredcupcake:

Damn straight there’s a Bisexual Agenda.

It’s to replace all cars with trained pterodactyls by 2025.