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Posted on 18th Sep at 5:52 PM, with 29,016 notes
sofapizza:

theclearlydope:[via]

We need to work on that poker face.
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sofapizza:

theclearlydope:[via]

We need to work on that poker face.

Posted on 18th Sep at 2:19 PM, with 1,135 notes

diamondpop:

When you’re listening to ARTPOP in public and Venus starts

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Posted on 18th Sep at 2:05 PM, with 108 notes

anustartpop:

I want Lady Gaga to whisper smooth jazz into my ear and then spit in it

Posted on 18th Sep at 12:47 PM, with 152 notes

raidthisway:

"Lady Gaga can’t sin-"

*shoves a copy of Cheek to Cheek down your throat*

Posted on 18th Sep at 12:41 PM, with 1,173 notes
venera9:

venera9:

A year ago today, the world lost an incredible 14 year old boy from Buffalo, New York.
His name was Jamey Rodemeyer, a courageous and happy human being, he will always be remembered for the lives he touched and for the love he spread to other people.
Although Jamey was so outspoken on the subject of bullying, he, himself was a victim to the hatred he tried so desperately to put an end to. Simply because of his sexuality. Eventually, it took it’s toll. Jamey committed suicide the night of September 17th, 2011. His little sister found him the morning of September 18th, hanging from the swing set in his family’s backyard.
Jamey was an exceptionally brave person who gave his time to helping other people feel like they were worth something and to give hope to anyone searching for it. Even though he was going through very tough times at school, he made incredibly uplifting videos telling people they are special, that it does get better, to stay strong and never give up. If you have a few minutes and if you’d like to know more about Jamey, you can watch his videos here. 
Jamey’s last tweet was to Lady Gaga, who was a huge inspiration to him. He lived and breathed her song “Born This Way” and it’s message. Lady Gaga performed an emotional tribute performance of her song “Hair”, an anthem dedicated to the social outcasts, for Jamey at the 2011 iHeartRadio Music Festival, which you can watch here.

"You’re not a victim, you’re a lesson to all of us." - Gaga.
I’ve learned and thought about you a lot over the past year, Jamey, and today was really no different. “Hair” was playing in my head all day at work and I even started to sing it aloud when no one was around. You, sir, are a constant reminder for me to treat everyone I meet with the upmost respect and kindness. You make me want to be a better person and really just help those who are in need of a friend or just someone to talk to. I wanna thank you for from the bottom of my heart for that. All of us Monsters miss you, bud. Paws Up & Take care :]


3 years ago today, we lost someone very special. Keep his memory alive.

venera9:

venera9:

A year ago today, the world lost an incredible 14 year old boy from Buffalo, New York.

His name was Jamey Rodemeyer, a courageous and happy human being, he will always be remembered for the lives he touched and for the love he spread to other people.

Although Jamey was so outspoken on the subject of bullying, he, himself was a victim to the hatred he tried so desperately to put an end to. Simply because of his sexuality. Eventually, it took it’s toll. Jamey committed suicide the night of September 17th, 2011. His little sister found him the morning of September 18th, hanging from the swing set in his family’s backyard.

Jamey was an exceptionally brave person who gave his time to helping other people feel like they were worth something and to give hope to anyone searching for it. Even though he was going through very tough times at school, he made incredibly uplifting videos telling people they are special, that it does get better, to stay strong and never give up. If you have a few minutes and if you’d like to know more about Jamey, you can watch his videos here

Jamey’s last tweet was to Lady Gaga, who was a huge inspiration to him. He lived and breathed her song “Born This Way” and it’s message. Lady Gaga performed an emotional tribute performance of her song “Hair”, an anthem dedicated to the social outcasts, for Jamey at the 2011 iHeartRadio Music Festival, which you can watch here.

"You’re not a victim, you’re a lesson to all of us." - Gaga.

I’ve learned and thought about you a lot over the past year, Jamey, and today was really no different. “Hair” was playing in my head all day at work and I even started to sing it aloud when no one was around. You, sir, are a constant reminder for me to treat everyone I meet with the upmost respect and kindness. You make me want to be a better person and really just help those who are in need of a friend or just someone to talk to. I wanna thank you for from the bottom of my heart for that. All of us Monsters miss you, bud. Paws Up & Take care :]

3 years ago today, we lost someone very special. Keep his memory alive.

Posted on 18th Sep at 12:40 PM, with 186,314 notes

paperlucario:

finding out somebody you thought was cool is actually a giant asshole

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Posted on 18th Sep at 12:36 PM, with 32,951 notes

telapathetic:

people who think they’re special for liking older music

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Posted on 18th Sep at 12:34 PM, with 2,358 notes

Today we remember Jamey Rodemeyer (March 21st, 1997 – September 18th, 2011)
3 years ago today, 14-year-old Jamey committed suicide as a result of the relentless bullying he experienced. ‘Out’ as bisexual and a dedicated activist against homophobia, he was a huge Lady Gaga fan, and sent his last tweet directly to her. A few days later, she dedicated her song, “Hair” to him — a Little Monster lost far too early.
To commemorate Jamey and others like him, please reblog as a reminder to be kind and brave, to support one another, and to love yourself. 
Need help or know someone who does? In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline or visit stopbullying.gov.
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Today we remember Jamey Rodemeyer (March 21st, 1997 – September 18th, 2011)

3 years ago today, 14-year-old Jamey committed suicide as a result of the relentless bullying he experienced. ‘Out’ as bisexual and a dedicated activist against homophobia, he was a huge Lady Gaga fan, and sent his last tweet directly to her. A few days later, she dedicated her song, “Hair” to him — a Little Monster lost far too early.

To commemorate Jamey and others like him, please reblog as a reminder to be kind and brave, to support one another, and to love yourself. 

Need help or know someone who does? In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline or visit stopbullying.gov.

Posted on 18th Sep at 12:33 PM, with 182,572 notes

ultralorde:

what does ilysm mean??? i like your sick memes????

Posted on 18th Sep at 3:45 AM, with 259 notes

fileformat:

I wonder if my mom knew when she was pregnant that she was going to give birth to the one and only true gay icon?

Posted on 18th Sep at 12:36 AM, with 1,471 notes

I can’t help the way I’m feelin’…

Tagged: #can u imagine,
Posted on 18th Sep at 12:34 AM, with 65,242 notes
Mewtwo: i see now that the circumstances of ones birth are irrelevant. it is what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are.
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