i loooooove personality quizzes and astrology and alignments and personality types because i’m completely obsessed with myself
Celebrity famous person Nick Cannon wore two million dollars worth of shoes last night. They’re Tom Ford loafers, encrusted with diamonds. And honestly? I think he looks pretty good.
That’s all, really. I’m just kind of confused that I only have positive thoughts about Nick Cannon’s Two Million Dollar Shoes. So, you know, thought I’d share.
By now you all know that a lot of gay sex went on in ancient Greece, but did you know it was viewed as the only true ideal love “between equals” because women were second class citizens
Because yeah, the gay sex happened on pretty misogynistic terms
I can’t believe the Greeks invented white misogynistic gays
Mexican authorities are investigating Miley Cyrus after the always-controversial singer performed in front of thousands in Monterrey, Mexico Tuesday night and at one point during the show had dancers pretend to whip her comically-large prosthetic butt with tiny Mexican flags.
Miley Cyrus is so vile please diosito santo strike her down
oh hell no
yesterday i went to the library to read because im a nerdy girl and i love to read, unlike most girls. (: anyway i was reading twilight and tHEN I SAW ANOTHER GUY READING TWILIGHT AND HE CAME OVER AND STARTED FINGERING ME AND THEN HIS MOM SHOWED UP AND LIT HIM ON FIRE OMG THEN I ASKED HER IF SHE HAD TUMBLR AND SHES LIKE “SUPERWHOLOCK” AND GAVE ME HER URL AND IM SCREAMING
STYLE ICON: Umm Kulthum
Affectionately known as the “Star of the East”, Egyptian singer, songwriter, and actress Umm Kulthum was born in the village of Tamay ez-Zahayra in the northeastern city of El Senbellawein. Her real date of birth is unknown but is speculated to be between December 30, 1898 and December 31, 1904.
She began singing at a young age after her father, an Imam, taught her how to recite the Qur’an and, at the age of 12, disguised her as a young boy to form a part of a performance group he directed.
Umm Kulthum later moved to Cairo where, through meeting various composers, singers and songwriters, her fame grew considerably throughout the span of her career.
Kulthum passed away on February 3, 1975 and to this day is still regarded as one of the greatest singers in North Africa & Arabic music history.