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Currently in the midst of my quarter-life crisis, I thought this would be a good way to share my random musings on everything from food to fashion!






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09:38 pm, reblogged from  by sociallychallenged2,532 notes

Yeah, he [Carey Price] should be here. I told him to come, but you know Pricey’s a team guy – he didn’t want to come. Listen, it’s a team effort but without Carey Price tonight, I don’t even know if we’re in the game. Carey Price stood on his head and gave us a chance. In my opinion, he’s the best goalie in the world.
PK Subban telling the interviewer that he thought Carey Price should be the one being interviewed, not him. PK Subban scored the first and the game winning goals in Game 1 of Round 2 against the Boston Bruins. (via fymontrealcanadiens)

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12:44 am, reblogged from MONTREAL CANADIENS by sociallychallenged468 notes


Bollywood meets Disney
» alice and wonderland and queen

01:58 am, reblogged from ❝ tu anmol thi ❞ by sociallychallenged378 notes

oceanicsteam:

veggieburqers:

beauty comes in all shapes and sizes

I’m pretty sure this is like the 5th time I’ve reblogged this because omg

UFFF

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01:51 am, reblogged from  by sociallychallenged536,408 notes

Bell Centre // Montreal Canadiens Playoffs 2013-2014 pt.2

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02:54 pm, reblogged from MONTREAL CANADIENS by sociallychallenged225 notes



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Motorcycle repair girl in Bangladesh
“Khadija wields her wrench like a contestant on Star Academy might clutch a microphone,” writes the magazine Philanthopy Age. “It’s both an invaluable tool, and a symbol of her aspiration.”

Khadija’s story

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Motorcycle repair girl in Bangladesh

“Khadija wields her wrench like a contestant on Star Academy might clutch a microphone,” writes the magazine Philanthopy Age. “It’s both an invaluable tool, and a symbol of her aspiration.”

Khadija’s story

11:38 pm, reblogged from Bangladesh by sociallychallenged55 notes

All these “stars” whoring themselves to #McDonald’s and what not at #Coachella URGH.

09:41 pm, by sociallychallenged




Sylheti NagariThe original script of the Sylheti language is now considered almost extinct, and the Sylheti spoken language has been reduced to the status of “dialect”. Although known to have a rich history of literature, during the Liberation War of 1971, all printing presses that printed any literature in this language were destroyed and this writing system stopped being used. After the Bangladeshi people fought so hard for their country’s independence against the Pakistani rule, and the right to have Bengali as their official mother tongue, it was decided upon victory that the country of Bangladesh would be united under one language: Bengali. This led to the Sylheti language slowly being used less and less, and is now considered “a non standard form of Bengali”. Perhaps in a few hundred years, with barely any written literature to keep the language alive, and children all being taught “standard” Bengali as part of school curriculum,  the spoken Sylheti language will join it’s written script counterpart and die out. I certainly hope not, I think the Sylheti language is beautiful. 

Sylheti Nagari

The original script of the Sylheti language is now considered almost extinct, and the Sylheti spoken language has been reduced to the status of “dialect”. Although known to have a rich history of literature, during the Liberation War of 1971, all printing presses that printed any literature in this language were destroyed and this writing system stopped being used. After the Bangladeshi people fought so hard for their country’s independence against the Pakistani rule, and the right to have Bengali as their official mother tongue, it was decided upon victory that the country of Bangladesh would be united under one language: Bengali. This led to the Sylheti language slowly being used less and less, and is now considered “a non standard form of Bengali”. Perhaps in a few hundred years, with barely any written literature to keep the language alive, and children all being taught “standard” Bengali as part of school curriculum,  the spoken Sylheti language will join it’s written script counterpart and die out. I certainly hope not, I think the Sylheti language is beautiful. 

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halftheskymovement:

"I am a footballer who happens to wear a hijab." Shireen Ahmed, a writer and advocate for Muslim women in sports, has blogged about FIFA’s ban on wearing hijabs on the field for years. Earlier this month, FIFA lifted its ban on head coverings. In a Huffington Post op-ed, Ahmed shares her thoughts on the announcement. “How can I be grateful for someone allowing me to do what I should have always been allowed do?” she asked.

halftheskymovement:

"I am a footballer who happens to wear a hijab." Shireen Ahmed, a writer and advocate for Muslim women in sports, has blogged about FIFA’s ban on wearing hijabs on the field for years. Earlier this month, FIFA lifted its ban on head coverings. In a Huffington Post op-ed, Ahmed shares her thoughts on the announcement. “How can I be grateful for someone allowing me to do what I should have always been allowed do?” she asked.

01:40 pm, reblogged from  by sociallychallenged1,078 notes