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  • xxxxxxxxxxxx 1. Last kiss

  • 2. Last phone call

  • 3. Last text message

  • 4. Last song you listened to

  • 5. Last time you cried

  • HAVE YOU EVER:

  • 6. Dated someone twice

  • 7. Been cheated on

  • 8. Self harmed

  • 9. Lost someone special

  • 10. Been depressed

  • 11. Been drunk and threw up

  • THIS YEAR HAVE YOU:

  • 12. had sex

  • 13. How many people have you had sex with this year?

  • 15. Made a new friend

  • 17. Laughed until you cried

  • 18. Met someone who changed you

  • 19. Found out who your true friends were

  • 20. Found out someone was talking about you

  • 26. What did you do for your last Birthday

  • 27. What time did you wake up today

  • 29. Name something you CANNOT wait for

  • 30. Last time you saw your all of your siblings at the same time

  • 31. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life

  • 32. What are you listening to right now

  • 33. When is the last time you had sex?

  • 34. Who's getting on your nerves right now

  • 35. Most visited webpage

  • 36. Favorite colour

  • 37. Nicknames

  • 38. Relationship Status

  • 39. Zodiac sign

  • 40. Male or female

  • 41. Primary school

  • 42. Secondary School

  • 43. High school/college

  • 44. Eye color

  • 46. Height

  • 47. Do you have a crush on someone

  • 48. What do you like about yourself

  • 49. Piercings

  • 50. Tattoos

  • 51. Righty or lefty

  • FIRSTS:

  • 53. First piercing

  • 54. First best friend

  • 55. First hookup

  • 56. First Bestfriend

  • RIGHT NOW:

  • 59. Eating

  • 60. Drinking

  • 61. I'm about to

  • 62. Listening to

  • 63. Waiting for

  • YOUR FUTURE:

  • 64. Want kids?

  • 65. Get married?

  • 66. Career

  • WHICH IS BETTER:

  • 67. Lips or eyes

  • 68. Hugs or kisses

  • 69. Shorter or taller

  • 70. Older or Younger

  • 71. Romantic or spontaneous

  • 72. Nice stomach or nice arms

  • 73. Sensitive or loud

  • 74. Hook-up or relationship

  • HAVE YOU EVER:

  • 76. Kissed a stranger

  • 77. Drank hard liquor

  • 78. Lost glasses/contacts

  • 79. Had sex

  • 80. Broken someone's heart

  • 82. Been arrested

  • 83. Turned someone down

  • 84. Cried when someone died

  • 85. Fallen for a friend

  • DO YOU BELIEVE IN:

  • 86. Yourself

  • 87. Miracles

  • 88. Love at first sight

  • 89. Heaven

  • 90. Santa Clause

  • 91. Kiss on the first date

  • 92. Angels

  • 93. How would you label yourself?

  • 94. Someone You Pray Everyday For

  • 95. Did you sing today

  • 96. Who From All Your Ex's have You Cared The Most About

  • 97. If you could go back in time, how far would you go?

  • 98. Out Of Everything In The World What Do You Wish For

  • 99. Are you afraid of falling in love?

  • 100. Do you like the way you look?

  • Actually ask me something. Anon or not. Ask away!

Historically in Native communities, formalized Western education was used as a tool of cultural genocide, a tool of assimilation. With the whole government-run boarding school system—a system that my own grandmother and my aunties went through as well—where the professed model was to kill the Indian and save the man. For so many decades and generations, this idea of going off to school meant losing your Native culture. It meant that part of you was forcibly erased. You weren’t allowed to speak your language. You weren’t allowed to practice your culture. That is a legacy that occurred up until the 1960s and ’70s, so this isn’t ancient history…[we are re-framing] this idea—going to college is not about losing your identity as a Native person. It’s a way for you to give back to your community. It’s a way for you to build up your nation. It’s a way for to gain the skills and knowledge that your nation needs.

Adrienne Keene, in How is the Native College Experience Different? (via nitanahkohe)

Yessss.

(via deportallwhitepeople2k14)

And fuck the people telling her she’s too pale to be Ndn!

mommatess:

Snake Bag for Good Health - 

This is a Native American practice preformed primarily by the Native Americans of the south west. 

Take a freshly shed snake skin and in it wrap up the following -

.Adders Tongue (herb)
.Rattlesnake Root (herb)
.Snake Stone.

Place the wrapped up items with the snake skin in a small black mojo bag and hang over a doorway to hasten healing if sick or maintain good health.

☆Tess ☆

Lol at generic “Native Americans of the south west”. You little turd, most Natives in the Southwest avoided snakes, as they are dangerous. The Diné or Navajo basically conduct their entire lives around avoiding snakes.

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