Pac stood up, and it’s the first thing you heard him say in like, two weeks of court. ‘You know, your honor, throughout this entire court case, you haven’t looked me or my attorney in the eye once. It’s obvious that you’re not here in the search for justice, so therefore, there’s no point in me asking for a lighter sentence. I don’t care what you do cause you’re not respecting us, this is not a court of law; as far as I’m concerned, no justice is being served here, and you still can’t look me in the eye. So I say, do what you wanna do, give me whatever time you want, because I’m not in your hands, I’m in God’s hands.
I love him. 108372947th reblog.
OHHHH THE LAST SENTENCE THOUGH. TELL EM HOW ITS DONE IN THE HOOD, PAC.
Time to get serious. Day one for working out and eating healthy.
do you ever just want to go outside in the middle of the night and walk around and not actually do anything just observe and think and stuff
- has song about feminism
- has song about gay rights
- has song about consumerism
- has songs about drug abuse and alcoholism
- has song about white privilege
- in all of them, he speaks realistically about subject and includes his personal experience
- fucking song about thrift shopping gets popular
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Dear tampon and pad companies:
Please make your items quieter to open.
The whole restaurant/household/bathroom now knows I am on my period, thank you.
I just thought my flat-mates were eating crisps in the toilet.
that is the single most british sentence i have ever read