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7th September 2012

Photo reblogged from Dogshaming with 926 notes

dogshaming:

Copper can be a real ass sometimes…

Editor’s note: That’s a totally typical behavior in the DogShaming household.

Smartest pooch out

dogshaming:

Copper can be a real ass sometimes…

Editor’s note: That’s a totally typical behavior in the DogShaming household.

Smartest pooch out

7th September 2012

Photo reblogged from Vanity and Profanity with 6 notes

gracy:

GPOY(IYWAD) (GPOY if you were a dog)
(its a new thing i just made up)

Dogs are hilarious lol

gracy:

GPOY(IYWAD) (GPOY if you were a dog)

(its a new thing i just made up)

Dogs are hilarious lol

7th September 2012

Photo reblogged from the diary of a gimpy kid with 218 notes

adrians:

I don’t own a dog to shame

Lol

adrians:

I don’t own a dog to shame

Lol

28th July 2012

Photo reblogged from You will never bring me down with 25,479 notes

Source: anniekinns

28th July 2012

Photoset reblogged from You will never bring me down with 103,198 notes

opalsinearrings:

theotherfma:

sapphire-burns:

Soldiers leaning out of train windows to kiss their girls goodbye before they left for the war. 

guys, that one train is so big it’s practically a ship.

>.>

Source: sapphire-burns

28th July 2012

Photo reblogged from Vintage Black Glamour by Nichelle Gainer with 365 notes

vintageblackglamour:

Alice Coachman (far right), the first African-American woman to win a gold medal (1948 London) takes a break and watches the games with fellow athletes, Emma Reed, of Nashville, Tennessee (broad and high jumper) and Nell C. Jackson, of Tuskegee, Alabama, (200 meters and relay. Ms. Coachman, a native of Albany, Georgia, won the gold in the high jump. Photo: Bettman/Corbis

vintageblackglamour:

Alice Coachman (far right), the first African-American woman to win a gold medal (1948 London) takes a break and watches the games with fellow athletes, Emma Reed, of Nashville, Tennessee (broad and high jumper) and Nell C. Jackson, of Tuskegee, Alabama, (200 meters and relay. Ms. Coachman, a native of Albany, Georgia, won the gold in the high jump. Photo: Bettman/Corbis

28th July 2012

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