Une Copine

Maybe you can afford to wait. Maybe for you there’s a tomorrow. Maybe for you there’s one thousand tomorrows, or three thousand, or ten, so much time you can bathe in it, roll around it, let it slide like coins through you fingers. So much time you can waste it.
But for some of us there’s only today. And the truth is, you never really know.

— Lauren Oliver (via kushandwizdom)


yagazieemezi:

Mucubal Headdress
The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people who live in southern Angola. Like the Masai, they are semi-nomadic, depending on cattle and agriculture. Their territory is in the Namib Desert, bounded by the Serra da Chela mountains to the north and Cunene River to the south.
The original and unique headdress called the Ompota. The headdress is often made of a wicker framework, traditionally filled with a bunch of tied cow tails, decorated with buttons, shells, zippers and beads. But tradition is disappearing as some women use modern stuff to fill their ompota headdress.
yagazieemezi:

Mucubal Headdress
The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people who live in southern Angola. Like the Masai, they are semi-nomadic, depending on cattle and agriculture. Their territory is in the Namib Desert, bounded by the Serra da Chela mountains to the north and Cunene River to the south.
The original and unique headdress called the Ompota. The headdress is often made of a wicker framework, traditionally filled with a bunch of tied cow tails, decorated with buttons, shells, zippers and beads. But tradition is disappearing as some women use modern stuff to fill their ompota headdress.
yagazieemezi:

Mucubal Headdress
The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people who live in southern Angola. Like the Masai, they are semi-nomadic, depending on cattle and agriculture. Their territory is in the Namib Desert, bounded by the Serra da Chela mountains to the north and Cunene River to the south.
The original and unique headdress called the Ompota. The headdress is often made of a wicker framework, traditionally filled with a bunch of tied cow tails, decorated with buttons, shells, zippers and beads. But tradition is disappearing as some women use modern stuff to fill their ompota headdress.
yagazieemezi:

Mucubal Headdress
The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people who live in southern Angola. Like the Masai, they are semi-nomadic, depending on cattle and agriculture. Their territory is in the Namib Desert, bounded by the Serra da Chela mountains to the north and Cunene River to the south.
The original and unique headdress called the Ompota. The headdress is often made of a wicker framework, traditionally filled with a bunch of tied cow tails, decorated with buttons, shells, zippers and beads. But tradition is disappearing as some women use modern stuff to fill their ompota headdress.
yagazieemezi:

Mucubal Headdress
The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people who live in southern Angola. Like the Masai, they are semi-nomadic, depending on cattle and agriculture. Their territory is in the Namib Desert, bounded by the Serra da Chela mountains to the north and Cunene River to the south.
The original and unique headdress called the Ompota. The headdress is often made of a wicker framework, traditionally filled with a bunch of tied cow tails, decorated with buttons, shells, zippers and beads. But tradition is disappearing as some women use modern stuff to fill their ompota headdress.
yagazieemezi:

Mucubal Headdress
The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people who live in southern Angola. Like the Masai, they are semi-nomadic, depending on cattle and agriculture. Their territory is in the Namib Desert, bounded by the Serra da Chela mountains to the north and Cunene River to the south.
The original and unique headdress called the Ompota. The headdress is often made of a wicker framework, traditionally filled with a bunch of tied cow tails, decorated with buttons, shells, zippers and beads. But tradition is disappearing as some women use modern stuff to fill their ompota headdress.
yagazieemezi:

Mucubal Headdress
The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people who live in southern Angola. Like the Masai, they are semi-nomadic, depending on cattle and agriculture. Their territory is in the Namib Desert, bounded by the Serra da Chela mountains to the north and Cunene River to the south.
The original and unique headdress called the Ompota. The headdress is often made of a wicker framework, traditionally filled with a bunch of tied cow tails, decorated with buttons, shells, zippers and beads. But tradition is disappearing as some women use modern stuff to fill their ompota headdress.
yagazieemezi:

Mucubal Headdress
The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people who live in southern Angola. Like the Masai, they are semi-nomadic, depending on cattle and agriculture. Their territory is in the Namib Desert, bounded by the Serra da Chela mountains to the north and Cunene River to the south.
The original and unique headdress called the Ompota. The headdress is often made of a wicker framework, traditionally filled with a bunch of tied cow tails, decorated with buttons, shells, zippers and beads. But tradition is disappearing as some women use modern stuff to fill their ompota headdress.

yagazieemezi:

Mucubal Headdress

The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people who live in southern Angola. Like the Masai, they are semi-nomadic, depending on cattle and agriculture. Their territory is in the Namib Desert, bounded by the Serra da Chela mountains to the north and Cunene River to the south.

The original and unique headdress called the Ompota. The headdress is often made of a wicker framework, traditionally filled with a bunch of tied cow tails, decorated with buttons, shells, zippers and beads. But tradition is disappearing as some women use modern stuff to fill their ompota headdress.


mangomamita:

Zanjeer was a Labrador Retriever who served as a detection dog with the Mumbai Police. Due to his impeccable service detecting many explosives and other weapons—in particular during the 1993 Mumbai bombings where he saved thousands of lives—he was given a full state funeral of highest honors.
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mangomamita:

Zanjeer was a Labrador Retriever who served as a detection dog with the Mumbai Police. Due to his impeccable service detecting many explosives and other weapons—in particular during the 1993 Mumbai bombings where he saved thousands of lives—he was given a full state funeral of highest honors.


prokopetz:

prokopetz:

Rape is the only crime on the books for which arguing that the temptation to commit it was too clear and obvious to resist is treated as a defence. For every other crime, we call that a confession.

I’ve gotten more angry asks about this post than I have actual reblogs.