Proabably the 3rd time reblogging this
Proabably the 3rd time reblogging this
when the streets are calling (peep that drug/money transaction)
You met me at a very strange time in my life.
i like ppl who just let you cough and don’t say nothin, they just let you do you for a minute and then pass you the blunt again
Nobody gives the black girl mob credit for being smart as fuck. They clown but at the end of the day they are really intelligent.
And it’s not subtle at all.
Taystee is a math prodigy in addition to being well-read, Poussey is multilingual, Cindy just knows shit, Suzanne studies Shakespeare, Watson was a good student in addition to being a track star, Vee is basically an evil genius. Piper often learns the most from them; they taught her how to fight and helped translate Pennsatucky’s biblical threat.
The show flat out acknowledges the (academic) intelligence of the black inmates time and time again, but the audience collectively ignores it.
ALL OF THIS
Top 10 signs that it’s time to break up with Mr. Wrong
1. Too busy. Suddenly he’s too busy to talk to you, to text you — not even a perfunctory reply to your emails! Ladies, no man is THAT busy. Stop making excuses for him.
Emotionally, he has slowly moved on — and left you in the dust. Your mom and your friends look at each other knowingly when you make excuses for him, because you’re being made a fool of.
2. Urge to snoop. All of a sudden, you wonder what texts he has sent or received. You’re afraid to snoop because deep down you know what you will find because he’s been so distant. All the signs are there and you’re scared to find hard proof that will force your hand to move on.
3. Brings you down. Instead of the euphoria that you used to feel when thinking about him, you’re filled with insecurity and second-guessing everything you’ve said or done, wondering if you’ve upset him somehow. This is a heavy burden to bear, not to mention unhealthy.
4. Sizzle fizzles. Your intimate times together have come to a screeching halt; you feel great pressure to stay “pretty enough” for him to stay interested. Our men are supposed to make us feel gorgeous, not inadequate.
5. Want him to change. You find yourself wishing he were different somehow: more thoughtful, less insensitive, more ambitious, less flirtatious, more responsible with his (and your!) money. You daydream of being with someone different.
6. Crazy with his lazy. He can’t hold down a steady job or is chronically underemployed or unemployed. If he’s happy with playing “Words with Friends” all day long while you’re bringing home the bacon, bid him adieu. Eventually you’re going to be having babies with him (if this is what you want) and he needs to support you temporarily — and no paycheck means no formula. Who’ll pay for the Pampers?
7. If he does something unforgivable. Physically or emotionally abuses you or your loved ones (God forbid); sleeps with your best friend or your sister; is arrested on criminal or disorderly conduct charges. I’m sorry, ladies, but there are no second chances for these. Run for hills! And you never know, Mr. Right could be waiting on the other side.
8. Communication breakdown. You find you are no longer excited to call him and share good news about work or bad news about one of your friends because you know he’ll be dismissive or inattentive. You no longer trust him. Love is based on trust. With a breakdown of communication or wanting to share, what’s the point?
9. He’s acting secretive. Suddenly, there are password locks on his iPhone, iPad, and phone calls that he will not answer when you’re around or will only answer if he walks away, out of earshot. Mix into that his sudden weight loss and new snazzy underwear, and bammo: Rest assured he has moved on and is probably too chicken to break up with you first.
10. If you find a blonde hair on his pillow… and you’re a brunette. "
Andy Warhol and Mick Jagger. New York (1975)